It’s Book Giveaway Time… Win A Copy Today!

by zesty on November 19, 2010 · 40 comments

Happy Friday!  Wanna win a book?  I thought you might smile and be excited.  The book I just reviewed yesterday is a phenomenal must have for every kitchen.  Rookie, Amateur, Confident Cook or Chef – it  doesn’t matter.  There is something for everyone.

I wrote some quick details below on how to get some chances to win this book.  Once I announce the winner next Friday, I will personally ship the book to the lucky winner!

Now onto the details

I wanted to create a little more excitement on how to enter into this contest instead of just the traditional – sign up thru RSS.  I have come up with a number of ways you can enter into this contest in hope of winning a copy of “Keys to Good Cooking”.  The different ways are listed below.

How To Enter:

  • Become a new email subscriber and automatically get an entry on draw date. Note that only verified subscribers count (you will receive a verification email). (+1 entry)
  • Leave a comment listing your “FAVORITE” Cookbook. (+1 entry)
  • Post on your “FACEBOOK” page.
  • Tweet about the giveaway and include @zestycook and the link to the giveaway in the tweet. (+1 entry)
  • Earn an extra chance to win by linking back to this post on your own blog (if you have one). (+1 entry) (please email me if you link back)

The Rules:

  • Please only 1 comment entry / person (please enter a valid email address). Your email will be kept private and never given/sold to third parties.
  • The winners will receive 1 Copy of Harold McGee’s Keys to Good Cooking.

So let me know what you think and tell me your favorite cookbook  in the comments below! A random generator will be used to pick the winner. Contest will end at 5pm EST November 26th, 2010.

Now I hope you have a great start to the week and get really excited about the giveaway.  Tell all your friends and have fun doing it.   I will be keeping tabs and dropping reminder hints over the next week or so to enter but until then have a fantastic Monday.

Take care

zesty

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1 Nicole

My favorite cookbook, so far, is Good Eats: The Early Years, by Alton Brown. I’ve only been cooking for a couple years and this is a great resource when you don’t quite know what you’re doing. :-)

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2 Lauren at KeepItSweet

my current favorite cookbook is Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey- a Jill O’Conner dessert book

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3 sharon

I love Jaden’s Steamy Kitchen

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4 Kathy P

My favorite cookbook is the Martha Stewart Cooking School

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5 Julie @SavvyEats

Hmmm…that’s a tough one! Right now, I’d say Joy of Cooking because it has EVERYTHING, even though I currently only have a borrowed copy from the library ;)

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6 Jan

I’m already an email subscriber so I guess I’ll tell you my favorite cookbook which right now is Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

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7 marci williams

Current Favorite cookbook is Pioner womens Cookbook Love it

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8 emily (a nutritionist eats)

Favorite cookbook?! That is a tricky one! Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything.

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9 Nick

My favorite cookbook is the Moosewood Restaurant Low-fat Favorites. Alas, I am dating myself! But the recipes and selections are still jammin’

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10 Tasha

I love the Tartine cookbook because it’s beautiful. Julia Child’s would be next on the list

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11 Natalia - a side of simple

My favorite cookbook right now is Prairie Home Cooking. It just radiates Thanksgiving and cozy :)

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12 Mary-Charles Pawlikowski

My favorite cookbook has got to be my newest–America’s Test Kitchen recipes from last 10 years! I will be breaking it out for Thanksgiving!

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13 Cynthia Moore

My favorite is Wholesome Sugarfree Cooking.

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14 Mary

My favoUrite cookbook has to be Fanny Farmer Cookbook. I use others, often, but Fanny Farmer is my go to.

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15 Terri

My favorite cookbook is Julia Childs, Mastering the art of French cooking
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16 Laura T.

my favorite cookbooks are any of the moosewood cookbooks. you cant go wrong when you cook a recipe out of one of these fabulous books!

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17 Dynamics

I am already an email subscriber. I do not have a facebook account. I collect cookbooks so it is hard to say what my favorite is. Each new cookbook becomes my favorite. Farm journal cookbooks were my all time favorites. Now I have some great vegetable cookbooks. I just checked out Lorna Sass Whole Grains and it is amazing.

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18 Cheryl MacInnis

I am already an email subscriber :), so I’m going to go with my favorite cookbook. One of my favorites is the “Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book.” I have the 12th Edition, but I’m sure every addition has its similarities and great step by step recipes.

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19 jodie

Mine is The Real Taste of Jamaica by Enid Donaldson.

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20 john michael

my favorite cookbook is homecooking shortcuts to success by Silvana Franco. It has different kinds of recipes for just about any occasion and has easy to follow instructions. Nothing to fancy, just good eating.

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21 Skua

My Favorite cookbook, Simply French, Patricia Wells. This book is about the cooking of Joel Robuchon.
I have several recipies I use from this cookbook, and I’m usually content if a book has one keeper. Instructions are very good and well laid out. All are introduced with an explanation regarding a technique or an ingredient and it’s impact on the final result

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22 Kerry

My favorite cookbook is the Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook, it’s a basic cookbook that I refer to time and again and I have had several editions of it. A great book for beginners and it would make a great shower gift for a new bride/bridegroom.

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23 Sharon

I’m a new confirmed subscriber. My favorite cookbook at this time is Pioneer Woman’s cookbook!

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24 Maple

It’s a hard choice but my favorite cookbook currently is In The Green Kitchen by Alice Waters, it’s has a lovely simplicity, and pictures that make my mouth water with the turn of every page!

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25 Lily @ Lily's Health Pad

My favorite cookbook is just called Vegetarian. I picked it up at Ross a few months ago, and I love it. It has the simplest and tastiest recipes ever.

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26 Cindi

The original Betty Crocker cookbook is a favorite of mine!
Many thanks, Cindi

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27 Cindi

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Again, many thanks!
Cindi

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29 Beth R

My favorite cookbook is the Annual Southern Living Cookbook — any year. They’re all greazt. Question: When, where can I buy Harold’s new book?

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30 Marianne

My favourite cookbook in my collection has to be The Essential Asian Cookbook. I love Asian cuisine, and this book has a recipe for everything I could possibly want to make, with pictures and nutritional information for each recipe. Sadly, the one I have is now out of print.

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31 LuAnn Morgan

My favorite cookbook would have to be an older fundraising/community book that sits on my shelf. It was created more than 40 years ago by a group called the Crab Creek Cacklers, a group of women who got together in the days of the coffee klatch. My husband’s mother and the women from his childhood neighborhood were members of the club and their recipes are on the pages.

(I’m an email subscriber)

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32 Kay N.

My favorite cookbook is one of the Taste of Home annual cookbooks. It has everybody’s favorites in it with wonderful pictures. When I make something it turns out looking just like the picture.

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33 tiff

My favorite cookbook is the Cooks Illustrated New Best Recipe cookbook. It’s great and has everything you would need.

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34 Barbara

My current favorite cookbook is Jaden’s Steamy Kitchen

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35 Joellyn

Wow…favorite cookbook? Don’t really have a favorite. If I had to narrow it down I’d say my red and white checkered classic!! :) It’s my go to need a basic cookbook! And I’m already an email subscriber! Happy Thanksgiving!

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36 Ai-vy

My absolute favorite cooking is an old (circa 1970′s or 1980′s) Sunset: Everday Basics cookbook. I started using that when I was 10 to learn how to make banana bread and popovers!

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37 Lynn @ Sit. Stay. Cook.

I love the America’s Test Kitchen Family Cookbook. Lots of great stuff in there.

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38 qualidade de vida no trabalho

I will immediately grab your rss as I can’t find your email subscription link or e-newsletter service. Do you have any? Kindly let me know in order that I could subscribe. Thanks.

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