BeBetsy has joined in the effort to promote Breast Cancer Awareness through Kitchenaid’s Cook for the Cure®. This is a program where passionate cooks can support the fight against breast cancer through the culinary fund raising program Pass the Plate.
Snickerscotti ready to be sent to The Joy of Caking is piled high on the Cook for the Cure Plate.
Online PR News – 09-October-2012 – SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – BeBetsy’s Pass the Plate launch began with the purchase and registration of a uniquely marked Villeroy & Boch plate designed by Chef Jacques Pepin.
Food bloggers across the country will join in the effort by making their favorite cookies and sending them on the Plate to the next food blogger. Each time the Plate is passed it will be recorded and Kitchenaid will make a $5 donation to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®.
“We are excited to be a part of this effort! Food bloggers across the country will be baking and passing their cookies on to someone in their own community or in another city or state,” says Denise Wilcox, Co-founder of BeBetsy.com.
The plate started with Wilcox in Henderson, Nevada and was passed to Eileen Schmidt of New York State, a well known baker from website The Joy of Caking and author of the cookbook In the Sweet of It. It will then travel to Sandra Lee Garth from Sweet Sensations in Michigan.
The saga of the traveling plate is documented on the BeBetsy.com Home Page under the banner Pass the Plate: Every Plate Has a Story.
BeBetsy.com is a women's online lifestyle magazine offering a variety of information on fashion, health, beauty and family life and is dedicated to supporting Breast Cancer Awareness. For additional information about the site, visit www.BeBetsy.com.