After the devastating earthquake in Japan, people around the world banded together to support Japan’s relief efforts in any way they could. New Yorker Phil Michaelson took action in his own unique way.
"I wanted to bring the restaurant and food publishing industries together to help affected people in Japan," explained Phil Michaelson, creator of KeepRecipes.com.
From now until June 30th a gift of $10 or more provides donors a download to their own digital cookbook- featuring the 21-recipe collection. The exclusive cookbook includes dishes such as Japanese Tai Snapper Taco, Braised Black Cod, and Miso Orange Roasted Chicken.
KeepRecipes.com, the “iTunes for Recipes”, allows users to digitally share and store their favorite family recipes that have been around for generations. Members not only have the ability to save recipes that they come across in different blogs and websites- but also find inspiration to create their own dishes by keeping tabs on what celebs, friends and family are cooking.
To get your own Japan-inspired cookbook and support American Red Cross relief efforts throughout the Pacific donate now: http://donate.keeprecipes.com/