More Pink with Saveurs Nomades Rose — Plus de Rose avec Saveurs Nomades Rose

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Verrine aux framboises — Raspberry Verrine

Did you notice the small pinkish icon on the right panel of my blog? It says, in French, Gagnante Saveurs Nomades Rose, in other words “Saveurs Nomades Rose Winner“.

Let me explain.

It has to do with the picture (and recipe) that you can see in this post : Verrine aux framboises — Raspberry Verrine.

You might remember my post about pink food with the Quinoa Beet Verrine I made, in order to raise awareness about breast cancer (see Association du Cancer du Sein). Following the same lines, you will also have to know that a few weeks ago, I participated in an initiative organized by Saveurs Nomades, a Canadian-based website which sells online cookbooks. Their idea was to create a cookbook with pink recipes to raise money for Breast Cancer Research. The recipes would come from talented chefs and would include five from participating food-bloggers. Last week, Marie-Christine Copti, the editor, wrote me an email to let me know that my recipe had been chosen, as well as those from four other skilled bloggers: Ninnie, Karine, Lauriana and Soizic. What a privilege! What did I win? Nothing but be happy to be part of the project for such a great cause. Launched today, this online cookbook comprises 20 delicious recipes (in French, so time to take your French textbooks out!) from the top chefs in Montréal (and us bloggers), and can be purchased on Saveurs Nomades Rose. I was lucky to be able to have a peak: the recipes and photographs are fantastic looking! I am sure that many of the other participating recipes must have been stunning, so thanks to everyone!

Now, if only I could cook like these chefs…

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  1. Congratulations, Bea 🙂 How wonderful, to be able to help promote such a wonderful cause! Unfortunately, my French doesn’t extend beyond Merci, comment ca va, je ne sais pas, so I’ll be unable to enjoy the fruits of your labours 🙁

  2. Don’t be silly, Bea! You ALREADY cook like these chefs! And you take beautiful photographs of what you cook. =) Congratulations!

  3. Congratulations, Bea. It’s wonderful to see you getting rewarded for helping out with such a worthy cause.

  4. Felicitations! C’est du travail mais c’est pour une bonne cause, alors ca rempli le coeur et le mental.

  5. Congratulations on the book section! And thanks for another wonderful verrine idea – they are so tempting!

  6. Congratulations! It is well deserved.

    You wish you could cook like those chefs–I just wish I could cook like you!
    And photograph, and style:-)

  7. congratulations Béa! The photos are stunning and the recipe must be delicious. This award is an honor since it serves a great cause. You really deserve it.

  8. Félicitations!
    Il va sans dire que cette victoire est bien méritée.
    J’attends toujours avec impatience la publication de tes billets, dont je dévore des yeux les photos à chaque fois.

  9. To have contributed to such an incredible effort is a victory in and of itself, Béa! Congratulations and Bravo to all those who participated!

  10. Félicitations, tu es associée à de très bons chefs du Québec. Your excellent work is being rewarded. Each time I look at your fabulous pictures, I am stunned by your talent as a food stylist.

  11. Thank you Kim, you are very sweet and your note is much appreciated!

  12. Bravo! Et c’est peu dire à côté d’une telle recette alliant le beau et le bon!

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