Free books: It’s the March GLC giveaway!
· By Bill Keaggy on in The GLC with no comments :-(
FREE BOOKS! | It’s that time again. The first person to write in and request one of the books linked below gets it for free. Limit one per person and you must request a specific book and send me your mailing address — although we won’t use your email or postal address for anything other than sending you the book.
Email me for a free book while they last!
Gone! Sent to Allison of Nashville, Tennessee
Absolutely Avocado | “Avocados — they’re not just for salads anymore. Take your taste buds beyond the ordinary with more than 50 recipes featuring the buttery smoothness of this favorite fruit. Soothe your palate with the delicate flavors of Avocado Crab Puffs. Warm up a cold winter’s night with Avocado and Almond Soup or impress your friends with your zesty Guacamole with Attitude. 24 color photos. About the Cook West Series: Savor the flavors of the West. Each book in the Cook West Series celebrates the tastes, colors, aromas, and ingredients that create the food of the American West. Home cooks and industry professionals alike will welcome these single-ingredient cookbooks into their kitchens. Each title in the Cook West Series offers 50 original recipes and helpful tips to impress, inspire, and invigorate. Western cuisine is gaining in popularity, and rightly so!” By Geraldine Duncann —Amazon.com (List price: $12.95)
Gone! Sent to Larry of Blaine, Minnesota
The Anatomy of Dessert: With a Few Notes on Wine | “When we think of dessert, our mind’s eye sees cakes, pies, and pastries. Yet the truly creative palate imagines things even more tempting, decadent, and, yes, sinful. So claims Edward Bunyard in this delectable paean to the wonderful fruits of the vine, from apples and apricots to gooseberries and strawberries, from pears to the grapes that give us wine. Bunyard, a nurseryman at the turn of the last century, lovingly devotes a chapter to each fruit, sharing a heartfelt disquisition on the many types of strawberries, in which bigger is not always better; revealing how denizens of cooler and warmer climes differ in their perceptions about grapes; and asserting that ‘immoderate indulgence’ in melon has toppled great dynasties and changed the course of history. Bunyard even offers advice on the most delightful wine and fruit pairings, and settles once and for all the debate that has raged for nearly three millennia: Which are tastier, hothouse figs or the outdoor variety. Introduced by Michael Pollan, The Anatomy of Dessert is a cornucopia of wisdom that’s never out of season. It is time again to savor this classic work, first published in 1929.” By Edward Bunyard —Amazon.com (List price: $14.95)