Jan 4th – Snowflake Cookbook – Include name/city/country in email. Has anyone sent any recipes?

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About Carol Todd

Being the mother of Amanda Todd has lead me on this journey shortly after Amanda's death on October 10, 2012. Amanda's prolific You Tube video has been viewed over 33 million times. Through this video, there has been an increased awareness about cyberbullying, social media safety and mental health. www.amandatoddlegacy.org
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13 Responses to Jan 4th – Snowflake Cookbook – Include name/city/country in email. Has anyone sent any recipes?

  1. @ la Punisher – did you give me the correct email address there is a different one on the jpg? Thx

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  2. what is the email address..i have some wonderful recipes to share. thank you Carol ❤

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  3. Mary Jane says:

    I need to find a way to contact you please I have important information is there an email where I can write to you thank you. Please .. Please.. We must speak ..

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  4. If you send a recipe to the email address, let me know because I don’t think they are going through.

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  5. Paul Klarich says:

    If somebody could come up with one of those Sheperd’s Pie recipes,that would be good.Easy to build,really filling.Old Chili recipes

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  6. Rob says:

    Love All the Pictures.
    Working on a recipe to submit.
    To Carol, I called it a “dutch oven” because that was what my Mom always
    insisted it was!! And she was from Holland!!

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  7. Paul Klarich says:

    Just love this picture of Amanda and the Mouser.I find it very CAThartic.

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  8. la Punisher says:

    What a pretty little child…Beautiful smile….
    L@@king later today for recipe

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  9. Dennis Vu says:

    Hmm just yesterday you posted about home for dinner, now a cook book!

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    • Tristan says:

      As soon as i get home I will be sending my favorite recipe passed down to me from my Grandmother. One of my favorites, very delicious, goes well with many meals, especially ones with mashed potato’s.

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