Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Cookbook Giveway: Missing 2 winners


I'm still waiting to hear from Debbie from Mount Pleasant, who won the Julia Child DVD "The Way to Cook," and Mpierce/Michelle of Rock Hill, who won "The Golden Book of Baking." Ladies, if either of you is out there, please send your mailing addresses to me at kpurvis@charlotteobserver.com.


And now, time for a new giveaway. Italian cookbook fans should recognize the name Michele Scicolone. In addition to teaching cooking classes in New York, she's written 14 cookbooks, covering every aspect of Italian cooking. Well, almost everything: Her newest book is just out, "The Italian Slow Cooker." Given the slow, braised nature of many Italian classics, this one looks like a natural, and it's almost screams "winter food."


If you'd like to try for a copy, post a comment here with a name I can use to recognize you. We'll have a random drawing next week.


And if you enter, don't forget to check back to see if you won.

21 comments:

Kelly from Cherryville said...

I'll take it! :)

Cathy said...

Would love to add her new cookbook to my collection.

Thanks!

Cathy

Christy from Charlotte said...

I would love to have this.

Anonymous said...

I would love it

CoCoLoCo

Catherine from Charlotte said...

I would love this cookbook!!

Fabs said...

CIAO! mmmmm.... I need some new recipes!

Shannalee said...

Stews and slow cookers are definitely in my future for the next few months at least, so sign me up for the contest! I'm Shannalee from the Chicago suburbs.

islandreamer said...

Sounds Yummy!!!

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Sglorious said...

What a perfect time to have a new cookbook like this. As much as cooking, this is the kind of book I can read for pleasure. Would love for you to pick me so I can curl up with this book and my new Snuggie! from Sglorious in Charlotte

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great cook book. Love to add it to my collection...

Robin /Huntersville

Anonymous said...

.... or if you don't get the winner for the Julia DVD I'd be happy to be the runner up!

Robin/Huntersville

Ann from Fort Mill said...

I have all her other cookbooks. I'd love to add this to my collection. Thanks for the opportunity.

~ Cee ~ said...

That sounds fantastic! Perfect for the cold winter nights :) Thank you!
ceevegnashville [at] gmail [dot] com

Anonymous said...

Count me in!! Thanks....Val

Anonymous said...

sounds great
Allen E

Allen said...

I think the deities want me to have that cookbook!

Sharon in Newton said...

What a great time for book like this...just the ticket to warm up a cold NC night!!

La Vida Loca said...

Slow cooking rocks in any culture!Italian fare is definitely a great way to warm up the winter chills.

Nancy said...

I would love this cookbook -- thanks for the great blog. I follow you here and on Twitter!
Thanks,
Nancy

Anonymous said...

If I'm not too late, add me to the list! Vickie from Bessemer City