Share Our Holiday Table

13 Dec

Share Our Strength has a great new projest they are working on:

No Kid Hungry™, an unprecedented, five-year effort designed to end childhood hunger in America. Our nation has the food and programs in place to end childhood hunger, but consider what we are up against: The stigmas and embarrassment that surround hunger, the challenges presented by access to healthy food, and the struggle to connect children with the resources they need to thrive. For 25 years, Share Our Strength has been confronting hunger head-on to break down these barriers. Together, with your support, we can put an end to childhood hunger. Will you join us in the No Kid Hungry campaign?

Next came this:

Bloggers are invited to take part in a seven-day, online progressive dinner series—Share Our Holiday Table—that will help raise funds for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign during the critical holiday period. More than 40 bloggers are participating and the dinner will unfold across 7 courses and in 4 tracks (Gourmet, Family-Friendly, Gluten Free and Vegetarian).

Everyone knows I can’t say no to baked goods for a great cause! So I sent an email to enter a dessert, Crustless Apple Pie. I will post this great Gluten-Free recipe so that not only can all of you enjoy this delicious dessert but you can spread the some of the sweder side of life to children that can’t help themselves!

If you feel moved to start early this is the donation page:

If you want to wait until 12/14/2010 when I post the fabulous recipe and pictures, that works too.

Here is a great message:

Thanks for helping!


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