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Fundraising for The Jigsaw School

Today after a swim at the pool and in the pool’s car park i decided i needed something to warm me.

This wasn’t the winter salad i had in mind, but the recipe book it’s coming from had to be blogged about. It’s a great example of a fundraising recipe book.

Favourite Recipes

from the

Fleet Morning Townswomen’s Guild

Sold in aid of

The Jigsaw school.

Inside is this lovely message

“We all like to eat… Some of us like to cook.

Collecting and sharing favourite recipes seems such a good way to raise money for our charity this year, “The Jigsaw School” for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders.

Happy Reading

Happy Cooking

Happy Eating”

Party-Time Winter Salad

Rosemarie (Kim) Wernham

4 lb white cabbage, finely shredded
2 lge onions, finely chopped
8oz seedless raisins
8 lge carrots, grated 3 celery hearts, finely sliced
4 oz flaked almonds
1/2 pt mayonnaise
1/2 pt soured cream
2 tbsp lemon juice
salt and pepper

Combine cabbage, carrots, onion, celery, raisins and flaked almonds together in lge. mixing bowl. Mix together the soured cream, mayonnaise and lemon juice and season well. Place all ingredients in a fridge a to chill and toss together shortly before serving. Serves 15 to 20.


About Word of Mouth Recipes

We produce fundraising recipe books for schools, WIs, churches, PTAs, hospitals, charity support groups, scouts, guides, brownies, girl's and boy's brigade, civic organisations, employee groups, individuals, etc. You collect your favourite recipes and we produce a beautiful, spiral bound book. And since everyone loves recipe books, these personal collections will sell themselves. Creating your recipe book with us is a no-risk venture. When you follow our guidelines we guarantee that your book will be a success (we have still to print a book which has failed to raise funds!)

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