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The 2014 Bariatric Foodie "Play With My Food" Recipe Contest Cookbook (Free Download!)

So…yesterday we say what happens when Nik gets “trigger finger.” For those of you who follow BF on Facebook and Twitter, this cookbook was the “surprise” I’d been alluding to since last weekend. (So there will be no surprise tomorrow…sorry!) I really and truly did not mean to publish it until tomorrow, but hey…stuff happens.

In the end I’m glad I did because it gave me a glimpse into how easy/hard it is for you all to download things from various sources! I think I’ve got the bugs worked out (think being the operative word here). We shall see!

Anyhoo…let’s try this again, shall we?  I’m happy to present the 2014 recipe contest cookbook, which looks WORLD’S better than the 2013 cookbook (shout out to my chief branding consultant, Pam Tremble).

What the heck is the “Play With My Food” recipe contest?

So background: Each fall I do a recipe contest called the Bariatric Foodie “Play With My Food” recipe contest. Why? Because you all cook awesome stuff and you should share it! So I pick a theme and invite folks to submit a recipe. Fellow Foodies serve as judges. This year’s theme was “Play With Your Food – All Day Long!” Foodies were invited to submit recipes in one of five categories:

  1. Breakfast
  2. Lunch
  3. Dinner
  4. Dessert
  5. Snacks
Download the cookbook!


Each of the categories above had a winning recipe and all winners received a prize, but all recipes are published in this FREE e-book (did I mention that it’s free?).

IMPORTANT: I decided to ditch my shopping cart. It was giving too many folks problems. The above link is to a version of the cookbook housed on my Google Drive. You should be able to both view and download it from there. To download it, you’d go to the icon of the downward arrow with a line underneath that looks like this:

You’ll also see an icon that looks like three dots in a vertical line. If you click that, “Download” is one of the options. From my both my iPhone and my Android-based tablet, this let me open the document and from there I had some options on saving it (for example, on Apple products you can save it to iBooks).  Your mileage may vary, which is why you should keep reading if you’re using a mobile device!
Mobile Phone & Tablet Users

You can download this e-book to your mobile phone or tablet the same way but keep in mind that your phone or tablet may or may not have the appropriate app to actually open it. If that’s the case you should get a message (either from Google or your phone) asking you how you’d like to open the document. Here’s the important part to note:
What happens after you click that button, I have no control over! 

If you have trouble, leave a blog comment and I can try to help but I’m not a mobile tech expert (I’m not an any tech expert!) so I may not be much help.
Bottom line…and I say this with love…if you are tech challenged (like me!) wait until you can open this from a laptop or desktop computer and save it there. 
I hope you enjoy this cookbook! It was written by Foodies, for Foodies, so feel free to share the download link far and wide!

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