Besides writing this food blog and finishing up my education, I've recently created an on-line book and used media store. It's called Helping Hands Books , and channels 20% of the profits from sales into local youth-serving organizations (*see the link along the left margin). We accumulate our inventory through book drives, donations and liquidations. Not everything can be listed for sale, and that leaves me with a nice selection of awesome books to give away! Just yesterday the thought hit me... why not start sending readers of my blog the extra cook books I have laying around?! Each week, between my typical posts of recipes, product testing and restaurant reviews, I'll give away a cookbook or two:) They're not going to be gluten free cookbooks, but with all the GF flours we can get these days, we can make pretty much anything in any cookbook out there!
I have more books than I could ever use, and they keep on coming. So why not share the wealth. Here's how it's going to work
1) Be the first person to post a comment
2) In a week or so, Hooray! Free cookbook in the mail!!!
It's a win-win situation. I make some more shelf space, and you get free culinary inspiration:)
The cookbook that's being given away this week is "THE BEST OF AMISH COOKING: Traditional and Contemporary Recipes Adapted from the Kitchens and Pantries of Old Order Amish Cooks" by Phyllis Pellman Good. It was originally published in 1988, then 1996 - 224 pages - 14 Recipe Categories and an additional section on cooking for Special Occasions.