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Pass the Plate, again

I just discovered that Kitchen Aid has continued their Cook for the Cure contribution scheme and with it Pass the Plate. I blogged about Pass the Plate years ago here, but I did not realize that the “tradition” has been going on for 10 years now. Komen is not my favorite charity, The Breast Cancer Fund is, mostly because I think the focus should be on prevention of primary cancers and family support. However, the Susan G Komen Foundation is the largest, the best-funded, and despite the brouhaha of last February, the most esteemed by other charities for their accountability. So, isn’t this is the cutest plate?

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Pass the Plate!

I am one of ten winners of a “Pass The Plate” plate from Club AmoenaKitchenAid will donate $5 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® every time a plate is passed and registered until December 2009. The promo says,

“Purchase a specially marked plate, created by KitchenAid and Villeroy & Boch, and register it online. Make one of your favorite recipes, put it on the plate, pass it to a friend, and you’re on your way to making an impact.”

My plate is not getting passed as frequently as I would like, due to a bit of a learning curve with the registration form. I guess that is what I get for passing it to guys.  Therefore, my new plan is a “virtual pass.”

Anyone who would like to receive a virtual plate-pass may email me and I will “pass the plate” to you.  You’ll receive one of my favorite recipes,  the url to register the “pass,” and its unique registration number. Register it and KitchenAid will send 5.00 to  Susan G. Komen for the Cure®without any cost to you!

For my first pass, I’ll send you one of my favorite recipes. This one will be for mini-muffins that are just perfect for a brunch or dessert tray. If you send me your address, I’ll also snailmail a pink silicone bracelet from The Breast Cancer Site so you have a souvenir of your generosity! You can also purchase your own plate to pass from the KitchenAid website.

Does that sound like fun? Email me for a pass!