The Culinary World Helps Japan with 'KeepRecipes for Recovery'

By: Matt Ho - Published: Apr 7, 2011 • References: donate.keeprecipes & mashable
With the incredible number of shirts and artworks available to support Japan, it's only natural that the culinary industry gets involved, too. A site called 'KeepRecipes for Recovery' bands chefs together for a great cause. Some of the culinary heavy-weights that have joined include Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Anita Lo.

The concept behind 'KeepRecipes for Recovery' is for famous chefs to create original Japanese-inspired dishes. There will be 21 recipes in total, which will be combined into one digital cookbook. Users will be able to download the cookbook with donations of $10 or more, and according to, "KeepRecipes will donate 86 cents for every dollar of revenue to the American Red Cross."

It's an incredibly creative idea and I strongly encourage anyone to check it out if they're looking for another way to donate money to help out Japan. Stats for Digital Cookbook Charities Trending: Older & Chilly
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