Monday, November 19, 2012

Giving Thanks with a {Giveaway}

This is the time of year that we give thanks and count our blessings. In the world of food, there is much to be grateful for when it comes to the sustainable food movement and those that are instrumental in building momentum in what some are calling a “Food Revolution”.

This month’s 25th Anniversary issue of Cooking Light highlights 20 Food Heroes making significant differences in changing our current food system.  There is also an article on Chef Sean Brock who recently won the “Culinary Preservation Award” for his mission to preserve and restore some rare heirloom varieties of vegetables through seed-saving, and reintroduce local and unusual ingredients that were once mainstays. Then there are inspiring stories about a few American food artisans and sustainable growers, true champions of slow food (pages 217-223).

Articles about individuals such as these make me so appreciative of their hard work, grateful for their efforts and THANKFUL for their dedication!

With THANKS{GIVING} in mind, it’s time for another GIVEAWAY! I am excited to offer a copy of a great new cookbook by MyRecipes called America’s Favorite Food. It is a compilation of 200 top-rated recipes from America’s favorite magazines such as Health, Real Simple, Cooking Light and Southern Living. This cookbook offers a unique “Scan-it/Cook-it” technology allowing readers to download the app on their mobile device then have access to how-to videos, meal planners and shopping lists.

To enter to win this fun America’s Favorite Food cookbook, simply click on the Rafflecopter below. Feel free to complete as many entries as you would like. This giveaway ends Monday November 26th at 11:59 p.m. (EST) and is only open to U.S. citizens.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck and Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
until next time…

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41 comments:

  1. I loved that article in Cooking Light! So refreshing, and I'm thankful for them too :)
    MyRecipes is my favorite place for recipes, so I'd love that cookbook

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    1. and my "go-to" cookbook is probably Nourish by Scott Uehlein and Canyon Ranch

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  2. Beyond Peanut Butter and Jelly which is a cookbook made by the mothers at the Montessori school I went to a long time ago.

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  3. fave: http://www.ecrater.com/p/14017465/campbells-soup-cookbook-creative-cooking-with?gps=1
    xoxo

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  4. share: https://www.facebook.com/deannatime/posts/372036772880442
    xoxo

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  5. How to Cook Everything by mark Bittman.

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  6. It is a great cookbook: Packers Wives from 1984 Cookbook. Use it all the time!

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  7. anything by Rachel Ray

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  8. Practical Paleo and Everyday Paleo

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  9. I always use the website allrecipes.com

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  10. I consult the Joy of Cooking a few times a week...so much info!

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  11. My husband's grandmother's cookbook...Mountain Laurel Cookbook
    tarter95 at hotmail dot com

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  12. I have most recently been using pintrest to find a lot of new recipes.

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  13. Better Homes and Gardens that my mom used to cook out of!

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  14. I don't have a favorite cookbook yet, but I have found a lot of great recipes off of pinterest!

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  15. I always use the internet and its all recipes.com !!!

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  16. I look up everything on Pinterest:)

    Shandi Naugle
    shandimessmerfacebook@hotmail.com

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  17. I usually search up the recipe and it often ends up out of food network or all recipes

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  18. My Betty Crocker that I received for a wedding gift.

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  19. Mine is an older one that belonged to my grandmother. After she passed, I found a few of her "secret" recipes in it! It's called Gracious Goodness-The Taste of Memphis, put out by the Memphis Symphony League. It's gorgeous with a lot of Memphis history and some great local and global cuisine. Thanks!

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  20. "Vegetarian Times Low Fat & Fast" and "Meatless Meals"
    Gigi

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  21. All of them! Really, I love all my cookbooks and couldn't pick just one!

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  22. I love my mum's old yellow Pillsbury cookbook (:

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  23. I have mostly been looking at recipes online, but I do love my America's test kitchen cookbook.

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  24. i dont have a book i use i have to run upstaires and switch computer on to check my recipes i use

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  25. Betty Crocker or Better Homes and Garden.

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  26. I have a Betty Crocker cookbook that has everything in it, love it!

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  27. My favorite is fix-it and forget it cookbook. I work and go to school full-time and I love to cook but on those full days I enjoy using my crock pot :)

    bblanto4@hotmail.com

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  28. i dont have a favorite cookbook, i check on pinterest!

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  29. Betty Crocker. My mom gave me her mom's old Betty Crocker cookbook, and I love it!

    schramerm(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. My favorite is an old Good Housekeeping cookbook.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  31. Thank you to everyone that entered the "America's Favorite Food" cookbook giveaway and for the comments on your favorite cookbooks- I look forward to checking out some of the ones that were new to me. Please help me congratulate Ellen C. as she was the winner of this giveaway. Be on the lookout for another great giveaway in a couple of weeks!

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