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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

EatingWell Wednesday - Cookbooks and Giveaway

Total enjoyment. That is how I describe the experience when I make the recipes from EatingWell magazine and so I have been checking out their books. And my goodness, they have an impressive array. I can not wait to get my hands on these.

Their newest is called EatingWell in Season:The Farmer's Market Cookbook. They state that the book is “packed with easy, fast and delicious recipes, EatingWell in Season is a must-have guide for anyone who loves seasonal foods. All the recipes use simple, easy-to-find ingredients and most take 45 minutes or less.” This sounds like the perfect book to add to our library as we are true believers in cooking and eating seasonally.



In addition to the 150 recipes, this book contains:
*Tips on how to freeze, preserve and find other ways to store crops.
*Techniques for roasting peppers, peeling mangoes and other ways to prepare your farm finds.
*Cool tools, from herb savers to cherry pitters, to help you prepare fresh fruits and vegetables.
*Nutrition tips highlight the health benefits of dozens of fruits and vegetables.
*America’s top five farmers’ markets.

With the fall and winter approaching, I think this one is a must as we all crave comfort foods in the cold weather. I know I am not the only one so the EatingWell Comfort Foods Made Healthy is one that really has caught my eye. Could they all be healthy and comforting? I will find out.



For those of you trying to shed a few pounds, The EatingWell Diet 7 Steps to a New, Trimmer You may be just what you need. Their system is based on the VTrim™ Weight-Loss Program at the University of Vermont, one of the country's leading weight-loss research centers. This seems to be the perfect way to start yourself on the path to a healthier way of eating & lifestyle.



Moms & Dads! I am sure that this cookbook will peek your interest. I am a complete believer that you can make quick, healthy and tasty meals for your family and The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook will help show you how.



Here is a sampling of the recipes:
Chicken Breasts with Onion and Fontina, Adobo-Rubbed Pork Chops & Potato Packets, Greek Dinner Salad

And here is the best news: EatingWell is going to give away two of these fabulous cookbooks! Here is what you need to do by Wednesday, August 12th.

1. Go to the EatingWell website and find a recipe you would love to try and then leave me a comment telling me which one.

2. 2 BONUS entries!! Tweet the following on Twitter:
Cookbk giveaway! @savorthethyme @EatingWell http://is.gd/26Yy7 I want to try (link to the recipe)

21 comments:

Carissa(GoodnCrazy) said...

ooooh I'm off to find a recipe worth tweeting about! I love the farmer's market cookbook.. I'm sooooo ready for some fresh tomatoes.. was just at my mom's and hers weren't ready yet! :(

Poulsen Family said...

I'd love to try these books out, I'll have to check my library. I refuse to "tweet" I already spend too much time on the computer :)

Tangled Noodle said...

Hmmmm . . . I'll have to give this some thought. I don't even know what I'll make for dinner until a few hours before! 8-)

Nags said...

It was so hard to pick just one!!

TheFitnessFreak said...

All of those books look fabulous! Oh, if only I could tweet:(

Sara said...

I love the eating well books. I actually just picked up the comfort foods book and have flagged a bunch of stuff to try.

sara/imafoodblog.com

Mara said...

OOH I would love to try the peanut noodles with shredded chicken! Great giveaway!

Spiceaholic said...

Wow, that was hard to choose just one recipe! I ended up with the Chocolate-Earl Grey Sorbet.

Mommy's Favorite Things said...

Aloha,
I was just on their website and would love to try;
Chipotle-Marinated Pork Tenderloin
My husband would totally love this recipe! Off to the grocery store
Patrice

mommymaria said...

I want to try the Creamy mac & cheese recipe!!

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/recipe_makeovers/healthy_mac_cheese_recipe.html

Maria @BOREDmommy

mommymaria said...

I tweeted!!

http://twitter.com/BOREDmommy/status/3218791022

Maria @BOREDmommy

Tangled Noodle said...

Okay, let me do this again:

1) I want to try Eating Well's Wheatberry Black Bean Chili!

2) I tweeted before but not in this format - will do so now!

8-D

Kelly said...

Oooh! So many recipes to get me back on the wagon of healthy, seasonal, local cooking! I think I'll have to go to the farmer's market Wednesday to get stuff to make 5 Spice Turkey Wraps. MMmm! http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/5_spice_turkey_wraps.html

I also tweeted x2 :) Great giveaway!

Kelly said...

http://twitter.com/Byte_Size/status/3220196105

http://twitter.com/Byte_Size/status/3220289670

Esme said...

I would love to try coconut crusted tofu with peach salsa-I am getting hungry as we speak.

please please let me win this won.

chocolateandcroissants at yahoo dot com

Esme said...

cococroissantsCookbk giveaway! @savorthethyme @EatingWell http://is.gd/26Yy7 I want to try coconut crusted tofu with peach salsa

tweeted

chocolateandcroissants at yahoo dot com

Maria said...

Love Eating Well! I would love to try all of their recipes, no time though:) I do like some of their summer salads and veggie dishes!

tnlocavore said...

I love their recipes! I've made a couple of my blog already and I'd love to try more. This one sounds really good:
http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/blue_ricotta_pancake.html

Beth said...

I've taken the Meatless Monday oath so always looking for good recipes and this one looks like a winner: Barbecue Portobello Quesadillas http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/bbq_portobello_quesadilla_for_2.html

Love that it has a touch of chipotle!

Meg said...

I would like to try the grilled dark chocolate sandwich!

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/chocolate_sandwich.html

Spiceaholic said...

Did I miss who won the contest? Was it me?? :)

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