Food Channel Hosts Virtual Cookie Exchange

Food Channel Hosts Virtual Cookie Exchange

Food & Drink

Food Channel Hosts Virtual Cookie Exchange


The Food Channel is hosting a Virtual Cookie Exchange in celebration of the holiday season.

‘Our Virtual Cookie Exchange works much like an actual exchange, allowing users to swap and share their favorite cookies online rather than on plates or baking sheets,’ said Kay Logsdon, editor of The Food Channel. ‘It’s our way of acknowledging the busy lifestyle of our site users, and it gives them the chance to connect without leaving home.’

The guidelines include preparing a cookie recipe, photographing the finished product and sending the recipe and image via e-mail to Stories may also be included—select stories will be placed on The Food Channel Web site.

‘It’s been particularly popular with our Twitter followers who enjoy the interaction and the chance to have a recipe featured on The Food Channel,’ Logsdon said.



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