Create A Community Pinterest Board: ($5 Amazon Gift Card For One Recipe)

by Laura on May 7, 2012

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I believe I can safely say Pinterest has had a major affect on the way people cook, do crafts and plan events.

I also think it can be a fantastic tool to share things with people we don’t know first hand.

Each Monday I am going to build a new Pinterest board with YOUR links.  Now Pinterest has not fixed the capability yet where I can create a board and let anyone post to it.  But I want to be able to take YOUR recipes and create boards that any of my readers can follow so they have an arsenal of tried and true recipes from other frugal readers.

This week I want to build a board with all Salad Recipes.  So if you have a salad recipe that you love (whether it’s like chicken salad or a more traditional greens and veggies type) just put the link in a comment below for me.  Please let it be a recipe you have tried that you know is good!

On Thursday 5/10 I will put them all on a Pinterest Board (you can follow me on Pinterest to see all the boards).

I will randomly pick one of the recipes and send the contributor a $5 Amazon.com code each week.

So post your links below to your favorite salad recipes that you have tried so we can all try them.

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