Share the Food Gift Love


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I am trying so hard to remember the name of the very first cookbook I owned. It seems that hundreds of them just suddenly sprouted up in my family room, now affectionately called my cookbook room, overnight.

Six hundred cookbooks of all types are tucked into every available slot. They’ve found their way here from independent bookstores; they’ve been foraged from antique shops; and so many of them were gifts (of love) from folks who wanted to feed me and feed my dreams. (For that last batch especially, I feel supremely lucky.)

I still can’t believe my luck and pure privilege to add my very own cookbook to the pile (in about six weeks!) And just to think that some of you may also add it to your shelves, well, don’t even get me started on how happy that makes me. I wrote Food Gift Love so you’d always have a trusted resource for making easy, economical, and elegant food gifts for those you love. I can’t wait for it to be in our eager hands.

I hope you know that I realize I can’t do any of this without people like you. After two years of writing this cookbook, I also know that the most challenging part of this journey is ahead of me. I need your help to get the word out on this cookbook, and I’m so grateful to everyone who will take the next few moments to lend a hand.

How You Can Show Your Support:

1. I built a site – – to giveaway free food gift starter kits to those who share the Food Gift Love cookbook with their social networks. Please sign-up, share, and then get your free kit. (Thank you!)

2. I need your help to tell everyone about Please sign up at Thunderclap to amplify the free giveaway. I need 250 supporters to sign up to share the giveaway. If I don’t get 250 supporters, my message will not be shared. Sign up here now!

These two simple actions will help this first time author continue to share the food gift love with all of you, and get this cookbook onto as many book shelves as possible. I can’t thank you enough for your time and support, and I wish you a lifetime of food gift love.

xox, Maggie

Eat Boutique was an award-winning shop and story-driven recipe site created by Maggie Battista – an author, business guide and alignment seeker. After hosting retail markets for 25,000+ guests, Maggie now supports entrepreneurs as they create values-based businesses through We Are Magic StudioFollow Maggie Battista on Instagram.