Isabella Perry and fellow students at Chapin have formed the “Chapin for World Connect” club. With the help of a teacher, the students have designed and created a cookbook, which they plan on selling at a school book fair. The cookbook has been converted to an iBook, which is for sale through the iTunes Store. All proceeds will support women entrepreneurs who are launching cooking and baking businesses around the world.
“Our purpose in writing this cookbook is to connect our cultures through food by including recipes from all over the world” – Isabella and Zuyi
“Through writing this book we learned that we are the result of an interconnected world where cultures cross paths. Our goal is to find ways through which we can appreciate these interactions and directly benefit global and local communities.”- Isabella and Zuyi