Be part of our 2023 community cookbook fundraiser!

Launched in 2020, this music community cookbook series is expanding with a special 10th anniversary edition Thyme to Celebrate and limited quantity re-release of All the Thyme In the World which was named by Garden & Gun as one of the top 3 Best Cookbooks for Southerners!

Featuring hundreds of recipes from all walks of the music industry including songwriters, artists, and guitar players to tour managers, publicists, and record producers, this community cookbook shows the support of the music industry to help their fellow music professionals stay healthy through Music Health Alliance, the music industry’s free resource for healthcare advocacy and life-saving support.

Submit your favorite recipe

We are accepting recipe submissions from people who work in the music industry (any job, any genre) to be featured in the anniversary cookbook. These recipes can be family recipes handed down over the generations, or a personal recipe, and please include a story about why it is your favorite! Please use the form below to be considered for the upcoming cookbook. By including your email, we will let you know when the cookbook will be available for pre-order so you can ensure you get an early edition when released in 2023.

 

Recipe Submission

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This is the category that the recipe will be filed under in the cookbook.
Recipe Submitted By:*
Please put the name that should be displayed in the cookbook. If anyone else should be credited, use the next blank to tell us more.
Is this a family member's recipe? Is this your version of someone else's recipe? Tell us more info here, but keep it short. This will be the fine print next to your name in the cookbook if those details are important.
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For potential further communication if necessary. Your e-mail will not be published publicly, nor will you be signed up for any email lists.
How would you describe what you do in the music industry?
How would you describe the genre of music you work in? If not applicable, please put "N/A". This information will not be published publicly, nor will it be included in the cookbook.
Style guide: 1) If the oven needs to preheat, make that the first line of recipe. 2) List ingredients in order of use. 3) When typing out measurements (i.e. tablespoon, teaspoon, ounce) do not abbreviate. 4) If your grandma wrote the recipe in shorthand, please translate for us and write it out in full. It's cute and all, but we want everyone to be able to make her recipe! PLEASE follow these formatting guidelines to make it easy on our readers and our staff. Thank you!
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(Not required, but if you'd like, you can upload a pic of yourself cooking, maybe with the person who taught you this recipe, or any image you want to share that goes along with your submission. Will not be printed in the cookbook but may be used in promotion)
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