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Send Us Your Local Food Recipes!
    (Recipe Submission Guidelines)

We are looking for delicious recipes that support local food producers. Our goal is to show people that eating local is tastier, healthier and more sustainable for the planet. Your contribution will help make your local community a better place to live!


1.) Your recipe must contain 100% ingredients that can be obtained from local farmers and fishermen within a hundred miles or so of the region. With the exception that you can use common spices, natural flavorings and oils (such as things like cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla and olive oil).

2.) It must be original (written in you own words).

3.) It must be generally healthy.

4.) It must be educational to the degree that it shares knowledge about what to do with local foods.

5.) Must be provided in a digital format (e-mail preferred).

6.) You must provide your name, city, email address, and phone number. (We will not publish your contact info).

7.) A digital photo of your recipe will be helpful too!

8.) If you are a local food producer or restaurant and would like us to link to your web site, please let us know!

9.) We do not provide compensation for recipe submissions. Please consider your contribution to will help the health and vitality of your neighbors and local economy, which in turn will help you!

10.)Send recipes to: recipes@farmboat.org)

There is no guarantee that our editor will publish your recipe. However, if you follow our guidelines, then there is a pretty good chance. The editor selects recipes based on how well they help us to achieve our goals in teaching people how to eat healthy local foods.

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