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Healthy Living on December 15, 2009 by

Winner… and more Giveaways!

Congratulations go to Margreta for her comments on how she went a little more green this year. She was selected randomly from all of your wonderful comments and won Ivy Manning’s Farm to Table Cookbook.

I don’t know about you, but this has been a hectic month so far. I spent the last five days working in Bend at the USGP of Cyclocross (recap tomorrow) and have been playing catch-up since. I love getting away and serving up hot oatmeal to cold bikers, but the mound of work waiting upon my return is enough to make me never want to leave the office again… but, rest assured, just because we’re busy, doesn’t mean we aren’t giving away more goodies.

I’m going to give away two cookbooks this week. Both of these books are great companions to have in the kitchen, as they are filled with myriad delicious recipes using whole grains. Either of these books would make a great gift for the baker or cook in your life, or horde it all to yourself (we won’t tell).

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Lorna Sass's Whole Grains Every Day Every Way is a must-have for whole grain lovers.

Whole Grains: Every Day, Every Way by Lorna Sass is an essential guide to cooking whole grains. Lorna gives tips and tricks to cook up whole grains perfectly, every time. Her recipes range from simple to gourmet and each yields a delicious result. Some of our favorites include Savory Barley Muffins with Thyme and Romano, Amaranth Polenta with Wild Mushrooms, and Thai Chicken Soup with Chinese Black Rice.

Arisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day? Yep, you heard it right!

Arisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day? Yep, you heard it right!

Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François is a new take on the tradition of bread baking. Who says you have to spend three hours crafting that perfect loaf? This book shows you how to make a beautiful loaf in just five minutes. The secret? You’ll just have to read the book. The recipes run the full gamut from traditional sandwich loaves to pizzas, baguettes and buttery pastries.

HOW TO ENTER:

Leave a comment below and tell me which book you’d prefer and why. I’ll randomly pick a winner for each book. Winners will be chosen from all those who enter by midnight on Thursday, December 17th.

Comments

Wow, what fantastic books you are giving away! Both look like gems!
Lately, I have been feeling refreshed and energized by a variety of whole grains. They truly make me feel healthy, strong and alive. I would love to learn more ways to prepare them from the “Whole Grains, Every Day, Every Way” Book.
Thanks for the opportunity!
Happy Holidays!

Sue says:

I have the wonderful Artisan Bread book and have used it many times. I have collected other of Lorna Sass’s great cookbooks, but this is one of hers that I do not own. I have worked hard all year to change my diet to be more healthful all around, and Ms. Sass’s book would certainly help me in my quest to continue on that path.

Geoff says:

I love baking fresh bread and I have been looking for excuses to buy more Bob’s Red Mill flours! The Artisan Bread book would be the perfect excuse to do both more often! 🙂

Barbara J. Perenic says:

I would love the whole grains book! After going gluten free a little more than a year ago, I find that most gluten-free breads pale in comparison to some of the wonderful, yummy grains available. My rice cooker gets lots of love. Can’t believe I made it to age 30 without ever trying quinoa!

Michelle says:

Lorna Sass’s Whole Grains Every Day Every Way would DEFINITELY be my pick!!! I would love some inspiration with eating my whole grains because I’ve realized that even though i’ve stocked my pantry with quinoa and wild rice, I have NO recipes whatsoever to teach me how to make ’em!!! This would be the perfect book! I need some education that’s for sure. 🙂

Mary says:

Now that my bread machine has died, I’m in dire need of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day! 🙂

Lynette says:

Wow, wonderful books. Can anything be finished in 5 min? I’d love it!

PJ says:

My choice would be Lorna Sass’s book! There are more uses for grain than just bread…

Kelsea says:

Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day – i love baking and that book sounds like it will make my baking experience even better!!

Lauralea says:

Sign me up for Artisan Bread in Five Minutes. There’s nothing better than the smell of fresh bread baking. This would be a nice addition to my cookbook shelf 🙂

Joanna says:

I would choose Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day because I want to know what is the technique. I love bread, and home made bread is the best.

Jocey says:

one of my favorite places in the whole city is standing in front of the bulk grain dispensers of my local co-op. So many different shapes, sizes, colors and they are all so elegantly beautiful and so full of delicious potential!
Ms. Sass’s book would undoubtedly provide me with such inspiration, i’m stocking up already!

David says:

To be able to master the craft of making artesian breads is one of my goals. It’s hard finding really great bread where I live, and since I’ve become very interested in cooking and baking so much this is another wonderful item to share baking with my kids since they are picking up on this new lifestyle.

Of course, my morning staple is a different recipe each day, featuring Bob’s Extra Thick Oatmeal. Is it good to have it three meals of oatmeal a day? Now adding a slice of fine bread with it… mmmmm!

Gia says:

I’d love the Artisan Breads book–I retired the bread machine and my bread pans are getting a work out as I go back to making our own bread once again. Standard bakery or store bread will never be able to match up to the small batch baking of bread, and I’m always looking to expand my repertoire. As someone with food allergies, baking my own bread allows me to have tasty, “normal” food without risking a reaction too. I’m crossing my fingers here-and then it’s hard to type!

April says:

I would find that grains book most useful as we’re having to cut back on all the wheat-y things we love now that my husband has discovered he’s allergic to the stuff. Rice gets kind of boring after a while, you know?

Libby says:

Grain cook book, I need help in that department :0

Jilly Bean says:

The grain cookbook, but oh how I love thee bread!

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