holidays: sharing the tastes of christmas
As we all know, work can be so hectic along with all the hustle and bustle of daily life. Hopefully, an early notice on the planned event for the holiday season, “The Tastes of Christmas” card exchange, will give you enough time to prepare and join in the festivities. All the information you need to know is available for your perusal on the right-hand side bar. We warmly welcome all aspiring chefs, food photographers, food bloggers, food enthusiasts, et al. Everyone who are invited to join belong to the food community and we encourage all to connect with our close knit group where we share a kinship for having the same passion.
How to participate: We value all personal information you will be sharing. As a safety measure, to join in on the fun, please send us your information by using the contact form. Both of us will be participating, and we are so excited.
- Please send us your e-mail address, and your mailing address. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach us through the contact form as well. In an effort to bring the people of the world closer together, we thank you in advance for taking the time to participate.
- Everyone who would like to participate, we will need your information by December 1st. This is the day we will mail out the mailing addresses to all who will be joining in on the festivity. We kindly ask that you title the subject “Tastes of Christmas”.
- We will highlight this festivity on the right hand side of the site under “inside myfudo” .
- We value your privacy, and any information which is sent to us is kept private, and only shared with others who participate in the 2011 Christmas Card exchange. No one outside of the exchange list gets the information.
Food is an international language. It never discriminates and it explicitly speaks more than words about a culture, history and tradition of each country. Christmas, is a season that is celebrated in many different ways all over the world. Called Christmas by many, the holiday goes by many different names and with just as many traditions. But, most importantly, the true essence of this holiday is the spirit of love, a truly human experience.
Let us all gather to a global table and share the sensations of tastes andsmells that speak to us of the holiday season. In the spirit of giving and community we hope to bring together all the foodies of the world whether a novice or professional. In this age of communication it is such a pity to waste the opportunity to get to know and understand others and their cultures. Many cultures celebrate Christmas. They celebrate in just as many different ways. The food on dining tables can range from simple to bountiful. But, no matter what your traditions the results are usually the same; shared feelings of happiness and love that draws friends and families together.
We encourage you to open your doors this Christmas by signing up to join “The Tastes of Christmas” card exchange. It would be wonderful to get to know what observing the season is like for you, what meaning the holidays have for you, how you celebrate it, and anything and everything at all that you would like to share. We will send the list out to participants by the 1st of December 2011. We look forward to sharing a peek into your world with a Christmas card to break all cultural boundaries, and you never know, there may be another kismet among us.