A Byte of Redgate

When the global pandemic shut down much of the world, we started the Community Circle at Redgate, with the idea that we would try and help others cope with the challenges of being stuck at home the vast majority of the week. There have been a number of efforts, many around learning, but also some other non-technical, non work related items. One of those was released recently.

front-cover-212x300A Byte of Redgate is a cookbook with recipes from our employees and Friends of Redgate. You can read the story in this blog, and I’m excited to be mentioned. Andy Warren, fellow SQLServerCentral founder, mentioned that a cookbook would be a fun corporate project. I suggested it at one of our meetings and it turned into reality.

You can download your free copy in pdf and epub formats now and try some new dish.

I’ve found cooking to be a nice, relaxing, coping mechanism from the blandness of everyday life. I am trying out new recipes every week and enjoying the time with family that hasn’t had many evenings together as my kids have grown into adults.

Whether you like cooking or not, pass along the link to those that do, or that you might want to make something for you. I’m looking forward to trying a few of the dishes for my family in the coming weeks. These are on top of my list:

  • Banana Bread (gluten free)
  • Tomato Soup Cake
  • BBW Chicken Shawarma Wraps
  • Charlott’s Kofta Curry
  • The Fussy Eater Frittata

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