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Good Recipes for a Great Cause

(Sponsored) Proceeds from the HouseMart Eats cookbook benefit United Way.



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Chocolate Toffee Macadamia Nut Trifle Cake. One of the 130+ dishes featured in HouseMart Eats.

 

HouseMart Eats cookbook cover. 

One hundred percent of proceeds from HouseMart Eats, the fourth cookbook fundraiser published and led by HouseMart, will benefit various United Way organizations, including Aloha United Way, Maui United Way, Kauaʻi United Way and Hawaiʻi Island United Way. Each 130-plus recipe book is $10 and can be found at any HouseMart Ace Hardware or Ben Franklin Crafts store.

 

 Let’s eat! HouseMart Ace Hardware and Ben Franklin Crafts are excited to present the fourth edition of HouseMart Eats, a cookbook that benefits United Way. Cookbooks are just $10 each and 100 percent of proceeds will benefit various United Way organizations, including Aloha United Way, Maui United Way, Kauaʻi United Way and Hawaiʻi Island United Way.

 

 

 

 

HouseMart Eats is a compilation of 133 recipes, some of which were passed down through generations or are a spur-of-the-moment experiment gone right. Others are dishes that evoke fond memories. Submitted by HouseMart’s Hawaiʻi, Washington, Nevada and Oregon employees and community partners, this limited-edition cookbook celebrates the company’s great diversity, as it consists of a melting pot of people, cultures and life experiences. Recipes include Grandma Mat’s ‘Ono Hawaiian Prawns, spicy Chayote Squash, Saipan Red Rice, Irish Soda Bread, German and Raw Apple Cake, sweet White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Blondies and even Peanut Butter Dog Treats.

 

 

For more information on HouseMart Eats, HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts, Ace Hardware, its events and promotions, visit hmstores.com, benfranklinhawaii.com and acehardwarehawaii.com.

 

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