Giveaway! The Parchment Paper CookbookPosted by in Books
To celebrate the publication of my new book, The Parchment Paper Cookbook, I’m giving away a copy. To enter, leave a comment on this post.
You must enter by midnight ET on Wednesday October 26. I’ll randomly and blindly select the winner by random number drawing (numbers assigned in order of comments here). Sorry, offer limited to U.S. addresses only and entrants age 18 and up only. One entry per person. Winners notified by email given when entering, not responsible for email transmission problems. You are responsible for notifying me of your correct mailing address if you are selected as a winner. Contest closes at midnight Eastern time on 10/26/11. Prize is nontransferable and may not be redeemed for cash. NoPotCooking reserves the right to announce the name of the winner on the blog.
And if you’re feeling lucky, you should also enter to win a subscription to Everyday Food Magazine on my MarthaAndMe blog.
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Love, Love, Love your chicken and broccoli recipe. Next on my list is the root veggie.
I would LOVE to win a copy of this book!
Although I have used solar cookers … This also reminds me of a site that talked about freezer bag cooking. Sounds interesting!
It says my comment is too short.
Maybe I should drone on about making solar cookers out of cardboard and aluminum foil. Or the ones I made out of large corrugated plastic political signs. I waited until after the election and got a few signs from the losers. There is also cooking in Reynold turkey bags …
I love, love, love parchment paper! Finding new ways to use the wonderful tool would be ever so appreciated!
I saw a site one time that advertised cooking with freezer bags.
And I’ve used Reynolds turkey bags in my solar cookers.
But parchment sounds quite interesting!
The best meal I EVER had was “Pompano en Pappilote;” I have since learned to cook a couple/three dishes using parchment paper, and am thrilled to see a cookbook out on the subject. I am looking forward to your book with great anticipation! Thank you!
I remember my grandmother baking with parchment back in the ’60s. She would re-use the sheet until it was no longer workable.
Now for the holidays: Six sheets of parchment rotate in and out of the ovens while we bake up to 100 dozen cookies!
No more messy butter sticks! Goodbye cooking spray!!!
This would be great as I collect cookbooks.
I would love to win! Thank-you for the opportunity!
I refuse to bake without parchment paper. I keep an extra roll in my cupboard!
What a nice thing for you to do. If I don’t win, I’ll have to treat myself to an early holiday gift! Good luck with it – it looks like a beautiful book.
no pots, no pans, no mess….sign me up! pick me, pick me 🙂
What? Good food and minimal clean-up? Sign me up!!
Oh, how I would love to learn to cook with parchment!
No pots, No pans, No mess, Sounds Good To Me.
Thanks for the Giveaway.
OMG, you have no idea how excited I am by this book. If only it had come out 10 years ago. Way back when…hiding dirty dishes in the oven? Check. Going to the thrift store to buy new silverware b/c every household utensil was dirty? Check. Hiring a friend to do the dishes for you and having him soak them in the bathtub, b/c the sink was too full? Check. Writing and performing an 8 minute monologue about hating to do dishes, and posting it on youtube? Check. Oh, how I look forward to this book. Thanks for writing it!
count me in to win this too
vmkids3 at msn dot com
Congratulations!! The book has a beautiful cover and I can’t wait to read it! I don’t need a free copy though. I will buy it with pleasure! I love the idea of an easy cleanup. One of my challenges is making the kitchen way too dirty when I cook.
Would look PERFECT in my cookbook shelf…
I love cooking with parchment paper
What a beautiful looking cookbook. Congratulations on your hard work! I would love a copy of your book and can’t wait to try all the recipes.
I never thought of cooking with parchment paper-sounds great!
smchester at gmail dot com
Love how the cover turned out!
Would love to win and try out some of the recipes! I love to cook and am always looking for new things to try
brittneydejajason at gmail dot com
I love Cookbooks. This looks like a great edition.
I love the concept of this cookbook. Even though I purchased one, I’d love to win one to give as a gift!
Congratulations on publication of The Parchment Paper Cookbook. It’s such an easy way to cook.
I’d love to win a copy of your cookbook. This is a great technique for cooking to seal in the vitamins in food and also make clean-up a breeze. Very versatile stuff, but I could use some more ideas on how to use it more. Thanks for the chance to win.
Neat cookbook. I just started using parchment paper.
I love always trying new recipes, so I love checking out new cookbooks! Thanks for the chance
I would love this!!
I’m ready! I have a roll of parchment paper in the kitchen! Thanks for the chance to win your book.
How fun! I love trying new recipes and cooking with different techniques. This would be a great book to have. My girls and I would have such fun experimenting! Thanks for a chance to win it!
love to try these recipes
No cleaning up pots and pans? I’m all over it! Sounds like a great, unique cookbook that I’d love to check out.
Thanks! I’ve never really used parchment paper so this would be an eye-opener!
This cookbook looks heaven sent! My family and I are always looking for new recipes, healthy ones, and this book looks like it will give of lots of ideas to keep out meals exciting.
I would love this cookbook! Love the little cleanup.
i would love to win
Always looking for new cookbooks, I saw the article in the “Bee” today and decided to look you up. What a great idea for a cookbook.
I would love to win this book!