I had made these Hot and sweet baked chicken drumsticks on my birthday. As my back was not at it’s best on that day, these proved to be real lifesavers. Absolutely fuss free to assemble, they would form great appetisers too. Want to know how I made them? Well, here’s the reci…naah! You’ll have to wait till nearly the end of the year to get it. For, this is my contribution towards the Blogger Aid cookbook that is about to be published by then.
In case you’re wondering what this is all about; well, Blogger Aid is a forum founded by Ivy, Giz and Val with the very noble aim of raising funds to aid those less fortunate than ouselves…those, who can lay out a proper meal on their tables, very rarely. When I accepted the invitation from dear Ivy, their were just about six of us. The group now boasts of 163 members ( on last count and still growing).
“A program has been selected that targets children and education through the World Food Programme (WFP), the United Nations frontline agency. One of WFP’s largest areas of assistance is called School Meals. Through this program, a meal is provided to children in schools where there are low attendance rates with a particular focus on schools that have a significant lack of children attending, especially girls. The goal in poorer communities worldwide is to provide a hot, nutritious meal as an incentive for parents to send their children to school rather than keeping them at home working. An education is the best thing we can give our kids to break the cycle of hunger and poverty and for both boys and girls alike to become contributing members of society.The group has decided to publish a cookbook with the help of donated recipes.”
You could help us too by joining the group and donating one of your original recipes ( last date for submissions-31stof March’09). Do not want to join the group? No problem, you can still contribute a recipe. Find out here how to do it. All the proceeds from the sale of this book will go towards the above mentioned good cause.
Enjoy your weekend