Monday, November 30, 2009

Last Few Hours Of My Latest Cookbook Giveaway

Which cookbook has your favorite Thanksgiving recipe or recipes in it?

Answer that question and win one of two gorgeous cookbooks:

Venezia, a beautiful collection of recipes and photographs of picturesque Venice by Tessa Kiros.

Memorable Recipes by Renée Behnke, the President of the Sur La Table with recipes for entertaining friends and family alike.

The rules:

Send your entry as a comment to this post or to this post (include your email address, if your name doesn’t link to it).


Send me an email at entitled Cookbook Giveaway.

Enter the names of up to 5 cookbooks. Each one will count as a separate entry.

This week's contest ends at 11:59 pm Eastern time, Monday, November 30th.

Contest open to US residents 18 years old and above.


DebCarol said...

Another holiday cake that can't be beat is from "Baking ~ From My Home to Yours", by Dorie Greenspan. Her "All-In-One Holiday Bundt Cake" has pumpkin, spices, apple, cranberries, pecans and more. All the flavors of the season. (Check it out on p. 187).

Tom said...

Ive got two -- one is Deb's Dorrie Greenspan pick for the combination pumpkin and pecan pie (for when you can only have one pie but can't decide which, and it's delicious). The other is Vincent and Mary Price's Treasury of Great Recipes, for a recipe you mentioned in your last post, Sue, Petit Pois a la Francaise. Vincent uses pearl onions in it and lots of lettuce. We have it at Thanksgiving every year!

Sue said...

ANOTHER good one from you!

Tom, I LOVE your picks, but you missed the deadline. SORRY!!!

One question - WHEN could it be said that you can only have ONE pie? WHO would make a rule like that? I'd have to make a pecan pie, my pumpkin chiffon pie AND the pumpkin pecan pie...just to compare them all.

I love that you served those peas for Thanksgiving. And you're right - Petis Pois a la Francaise SHOULD have little onions, but the way I look it is that everyone was lucky to get ANYTHING to eat the entire week before Thanksgiving.