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Published: October 31, 2022

CAFP Virtual Recipe Exchange!

CAFP is hosting a virtual recipe exchange! The holiday season is an opportunity to spend time with family and friends. Sharing food at potlucks and family gatherings is a great way to share history, community and build joyous traditions.

Your CAFP family hopes to start a family physician tradition, a virtual recipe exchange. Recipes can be for anything… entrees, appetizers, side dishes, beverages, and desserts. Your recipe could be one that has been passed down through generations, or something you just discovered this year. To add some incentive, we will be giving prizes!


You can submit your recipes on SPARK, and view the submissions of your colleagues there, too.

When you submit a recipe, be sure to include:

  • The name of the recipe,
  • A little bit about why it’s a favorite,
  • Ingredients to have on hand,
  • Instructions on making the item to perfection (or at least satisfaction),
  • And an image (if you have it) of the final product.



For the first 10 completed entries (that includes all of the five items above) to be posted on SPARK, you will receive a very special “Feeding the #FMRevolution” apron!

There will also be a grand prize winner selected later from all of the submissions. Keep an eye out for that!


If you have any questions, or need any assistance on submitting your recipe to SPARK, let us know. You can email us at cafp@familydocs.org and we’ll help! If you send your recipe to us and it is not one of the first ten recipes posted to SPARK, you will not receive a prize. So, act fast to get the best family medicine apron around.

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