Share your recipes with Tweed

Do you have a seasonal recipe or a special Oak Bay Christmas or winter memory you’d like to share?

  • Oct. 16, 2014 6:00 a.m.

As Tweed Magazine winds up to publish its second anniversary edition amid holiday festivities this December, we’re hoping to once again mine the memories of our readers.

Do you have a seasonal recipe or a special Oak Bay Christmas or winter memory you’d like to share?

Following the success of last year’s collection of Christmas stories in the December issue of Tweed, we’re hoping to once again hear from our readers.

If you have a Christmas or winter anecdote to tell or a seasonal recipe to share, please email editor Susan Lundy at lundys@shaw.ca.

Stories or recipes should be 150 words or less, and an accompanying photograph is welcome. Deadline is Nov. 3.

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