Friday, October 01, 2010

Project Food Blog- You can't win them all

Well, my participation in the Project Food Blog contest has reached its end.
Thank you tremendously to those of you who voted for me and left comments!

To soothe my sorrows, how about a giveaway?!

I came across another great copy of Sara Moulton Cooks at Home while at the bookstore last weekend. "Home Cooking," "Family Meals"- these are huge buzz words for me right now. I am rarely disappointed in any cookbook that focuses on good, home cooked family meals.
This book is no exception.
Sara is a former chef for Gourmet Magazine and hosted Sara's Secrets on Food Network for years. Now she's popping up on PBS and is more adorable than ever.

For your chance to win this delightful cookbook:
1. Leave a comment on this post sharing one of your favorite family meals (from your childhood, something you make now, whatever!)
2. For a second shot at winning, follow my blog (by clicking the button to the right). Leave a comment telling me you're a follower. If you already follow, leave me a comment telling me!
3. For a third chance, link to this giveaway on your own blog. Again, leave another comment telling me you've done so.

Giveaway ends at 10 pm CST on Monday, October 4.
Winner will be announced Tuesday morning.

Thanks again for your help and support during my run in Project Food Blog!
Good Luck!


  1. One of my favorite family meals from years past is this delicious casserole my mom makes in the winter. It has egg noodles coated with warm applesauce, layered over sweet breakfast sausages, with the whole thing smothered under a blanket of cheddar cheese. The perfect Sunday dinner!

  2. My fave family meal is one that my mom made all the time growing up and that I make regularly these days...Greek Chicken. Boneless, skinless chicken breasts marinated in a mixture of plain yogurt, olive oil, red wine vinegar, green onion, and oregano. Broiled for 10 minutes and dinner is served. Easy, fast, healthy, tasty!

  3. Oh, and I am already a faithful follower :)

  4. When I was growing up, almost every Sunday was roast in the slow cooker. When we would pull into the garage from church, the smell had already wafted from the kitchen into the garage. My mom has a great, simple recipe. Leftovers were used in sandwiches the next day.

  5. One of my favorite family meals is sukiyaki. It's healthy and so filling.

  6. My current favorite family meal is a creamy tomato basil soup with grilled cheese! The soup is a great recipe with plenty of cream and butter that can be made with canned or fresh tomatoes and always turns out well! And we often sneak a little basil into the grilled cheese. :-) Yum yum.

  7. Favorite family meal: french toast on Saturday mornings at my Mom's house. Lots of maple syrup and powdered sugar made it seem more like a dessert, but still. It was breakfast just the same. ;) Cute giveaway!

  8. Favorite Family meal . . . anything that has us all sitting down together at the same time!

  9. I already follow your blog on my Google Reader!