Binghamton, New York, hometown of Rod Serling and IBM has been having a
rough few decades. Between plant closings and the migration of many of
New York City's poor to the community, agencies that serve homeless and
at risk clients are strained beyond their traditional sources of
We are creating a fun*raising cookbook of the favorite recipes donated by local restaurateurs, for local sale and ongoing, international sales through Amazon.
100% of the profits and royalties will been given to agencies that feed and house local individuals and families. (We also invite individuals and agencies in other areas to use the simple tools that we've assembled at MenuRx.com if they want to create similar projects in their communities. We'll even help out.)
One Hundred Percent of your contribution will go toward publishing a high quality, fun*raising cookbook. If you wish, and you contact us through the site, we will include an acknowledgement of your part in our efforts (No dollar amounts will be published, simply that you were one of the good "guys".)
As part of a promotional package that we created to recruit restaurants, we re-wrote the old "Stone Soup" fable, setting the story during the Civil War, after the Battle of Gettysburg. It's posted at "Stone Soup" ---- We hope that you like it.
Even if you can't contribute, please share our project and give us a hug!