first two editions of Campus Community CookbookThe UWindsor Orange Shirt Day planning committee is soliciting recipes for volume three of its campus cookbook.

Cookbook calls for recipes reflecting flavours of diversity

Organizers of third edition of the Campus Community Cookbook are seeking submissions of recipes for the project.

The books will be printed and sold in September with proceeds supporting financial aid opportunities for Indigenous students.

“We recognize that we are a diverse campus, and we want to showcase that through food,” says Alicia Charlebois, student engagement assistant in the Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre. “We are calling out to all UWindsor students, alumni, staff, faculty, and community partners to submit a recipe your family is known for: it doesn’t have to be Indigenous.”

Submissions should include a list of ingredients and step-by-step instructions, as well as a brief description of its origins, and — optional but appreciated — a photo of the completed dish.

Click here to complete the submission form no later than Aug. 1.

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