What better way to start a Monday than with the opportunity to win twelve amazing, gorgeously new cookbooks!? Seriously, I can’t think of a better way. A group of food blogger friends, led by Jennifer of Savory Simple, have handpicked their favorite cookbook and come together to give them all away to ONE WINNER!


How amazing do all these cookbooks sound?! I have a couple of them and am making a list of the others to buy ASAP. My pick for this cookbook giveaway is Chef’s Easy Weeknight Dinners: 100 Fast & Delicious Recipes from Star Chefs by the great folks over at Food & Wine.


Why I want you to win this cookbook (and the 11 others!): this cookbook is filled with simple yet totally inspired recipes by some of my favorite chefs like Rick Bayless, Carla Hall, Tyler Florence, Alex Guarnaschelli, and more. The recipes are crazy creative but using easy to find ingredients, with expert tips, ideas on one pot meals and make ahead dishes, and pairing ideas as well. Oh and an added bonus is that they were all meticulously texted by the Food & Wine Kitchen.

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  1. Jane Elspeth says:

    ps…anything by Elizabeth Davidson. Sigh….

  2. Jane Elspeth says:

    I just found Nigella’s “How to be a Domestic Goddess” in a thrift shop and it’s brilliant. I’d never seen this particular book of hers before. My all time favorite is Alice Medrich’s Pure Dessert. And “Desserts” by Nancy Silverton. And most anything by Dorie Greenspan. And Foster’s Market Cookbook by Sara Foster. (there are many others!!) Thanks so much for the giveaway, it’s generous and lovely!

  3. I still refer and use many recipes from the first Frugal Gourmet cookbook, it’s the book that got me started.

  4. All the cookbooks look amazing! Cookbooks aren’t just for cooking… I read them from cover to cover just for the fun of it… and of course am always inspired to make something 😉