The Indianapolis meals knowledgeable is asking for submissions to create a group cookbook

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The Indianapolis food expert is asking for submissions to create a community cookbook

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – With coronavirus restrictions in place, we all cook a lot more at home than in the past. Why don’t we all put together a community cookbook?

Indianapolis food expert Jolene Ketzenberger, Eat Drink Indy is putting together a community cookbook to raise funds for hospitality workers affected by COVID-19. Ketzenberger asks the community to share one or two or three recipes to be put together in the cookbook.

“I love community cookbooks,” said Ketzenberger. “You know the ones you get from church groups or social organizations, I think these recipes are always good. They are the ones people are proud of, so they share them. “

Ketzenberger said she always wanted to make a cookbook of local recipes, and the opportunity couldn’t come at a more opportune time as people stick to the order to stay home.

“Now that everyone is cooking at home, it seemed like the perfect time to ask people to come up with a recipe and share it for the community cookbook,” said Ketzenberger.

Here is your chance to finally have your recipe for success in a cookbook. Submissions will be accepted online until Friday May 1st. Click here for a direct link to the entry form.

The final cookbook will be available as an electronic download later in May.

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