I spent a good portion of my recent glorious two-week vacation from work making my way through an impressive collection of back issues of several magazines that had been stacking up over the past couple of months. Included in that stack were three issues of Martha Stewart Living. (Sorry, Martha...)
Normally, I don't really pay attention to the magazine ads that closely. But one ad in particular caught my eye and inspired me so much that I knew I wanted to blog about it. If you purchase one of the above-pictured Cook for the Cure® plates by KitchenAid and Villeroy & Boch, KitchenAid will donate $5 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® every time you pass the plate to a friend or family member and register the "pass" online. What a really great way to encourage people to share their culinary creations while donating to a worthy cause!
You can buy a Cook for the Cure® plate at the KitchenAid Online Store by clicking here. Be aware, however, that, due to the immensely overwhelming success of the program, KitchenAid is currently out-of-stock. The website advises you visit the online store again in March to order your plates.
I hope all of you check back with KitchenAid in a couple of months and order your plates if you haven't already done so. This is a unique and touching way to donate to a very important cause. Even if you just spread the word about the Cook for the Cure® program, you'll be helping make a difference!
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