December is definitely the season of giving and we’re no exception. This month to celebrate the holidays, the end of the year, and just celebrate in general, we’re giving away some of our favorite cookbooks. Over the next three weeks, we’ll be giving away five beautiful cookbooks full of delicious recipes.
Today, I’m giving one lucky reader a signed copy of Ivy Manning’s The Farm to Table Cookbook: The Art of Eating Locally. Ivy has been a guest chef at our cooking school for years and lives here in Portland, Oregon. Her easy-to-tackle recipes feature seasonal vegetables paired with sustainably raised or harvested seafood, meat and poultry.
Ivy has included beautiful photography and helpful information, such as tips for making the most out of your farmer’s market and how to make it through the winter (the season which many of us cannot fathom meals without fresh vegetables). Winter recipes that are making me drool? Hazelnut Polenta Cake with Winter Fruit Compote, Clam and Smoked Salmon Chowder, Twice-Baked Irish Potatoes with Stout Onions and Kale and that’s not the half of it!
How to enter:
Leave me a comment below and tell me what you have done in the last year to make your life a little more sustainable. It doesn’t need to be mind-blowing or have a huge impact, just tell me a little bit about how you are making the world a better place. I’ll select a winner randomly from all those who comment by midnight on Wednesday (12/9).