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We’re excited for the fifth month of the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge! In August you gave us 154 ratings on the Mediterranean Chicken Salad — thank you! We were able to donate $154 to No Kid Hungry and award one of you a $100 gift card for participating. Thank you so much for all of the ratings, photos and tags on social media!
Are you new to the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge? Join us this month to make the recipe of the month, leave a rating on the recipe post and be entered to win some fun prizes! Read more below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
This Cooking Challenge is a fun way for us to join together and cook the recipe of the month! It also allows us to collect feedback from all of you on your experience with the recipe, changes you’d make, ingredients you’d add, and more. It helps you get in the kitchen and try something new!
We’ll announce the Cooking Challenge at the start of the month on all social channels and in our Facebook Group. You will have until the last few days of the month to make the recipe and leave a rating with a comment on the recipe on feelgoodfoodie.net. At the end of the month, we’ll share photos of some of your creations and announce a winner of a grand prize gift of a $100 gift card to Amazon.
To enter the challenge, leave a rating and comment on the recipe card. You can also share photos of your creations on Instagram Stories using #feelgoodfoodie and tagging @feelgoodfoodie or in our Facebook group.
September’s recipe: upside down pizza
Mix up your pizza nights with this fun and easy upside down pizza recipe! This vegetarian pizza is cooked in a cast iron skillet and baked in the oven, for an effortless dinner that the whole family will love! Such an easy and fun weeknight meal, perfect for kicking off the fall season.
We believe in spreading love and kindness however we can. We’re going to give $1.00 for every recipe rating to Culture Aid NOLA Hurricane Ida Relief Fund. Their team is on the ground now in New Orleans ready to provide relief the best way they know how- feeding their friends and neighbors. Along with their partners Second Harvest Food Bank, World Central Kitchen, Resilience Force, El Pueblo NOLA, and Lowernine.org they will be working to get meals to those still in the city, and to begin the long recovery process from Hurricane Ida.