Converse and Cook is about creating social spaces where individuals are empowered to explore their connection to food and their community by creating meals and dining together.
Support our nonprofit! Purchase a Community Cookbook

Support our nonprofit! Purchase a Community Cookbook

It’s because of donors like you that our non-profit can grow in capacity and outreach. As we are not a registered charity we cannot give taxable receipts for donations. As such we fundraise through offering programming by donation and through sales of our community cookbooks.

Each cookbook sold provides spaces for two-three participants to attend one of our cooking classes/ socials for free.

You can see the cookbooks we have for sale below. If you’re interested in purchasing one just click the PayPal button underneath. All transactions happen through Paypal so we don’t see any of your banking information. If you’re having difficulties feel free to email us at converseandcook@gmail.com. At this time we accept only accept payments made through Paypal.

Cookbooks are 15 dollars and shipping is 7 dollars. If you’d like to purchase multiple email us at converseandcook@gmail.com.

Our Stories Our food: An University of Alberta Cookbook

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Every dish has a story to tell, and this cookbook samples some of the many voices that comprise the University of Alberta campus-wide community. The 35+ recipes featured in this cookbook have been shared from different nooks and crannies of the world. The accompanying stories help to add some personality and provide a backstory to some of the dishes featured. We hope that you are able to find comfort and joy in the memories, recipes and tips that have been graciously shared with us. 100% of proceeds from this particular cookbook go into creating programming and opportunities for the University of Alberta community to engage with the broader Edmonton community on community-building initiatives through food.