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Category Archives: Contests To Win My Books
Commenter Nancy won this contest. She’s right that a “personal melon” is a mini-watermelon. If I were a Supermarketer, I’d feel a little embarrassed by the phrase “personal melons.” I’d want to post my “personal melon” sign smack dab in … Continue reading →
What the heck is a personal melon? And what is odd about where they posted this sign? If you take a guess by leaving a comment below, you’ll qualify for a drawing to win a copy of my upcoming cookbook … Continue reading →
Um, no one entered my patchwork gazpacho recipe composition contest, so I’ll make future contests composition-free. Here’s my patchwork gazpacho recipe. Please give me constructive criticism or compliments if you try it. PATCHWORK GAZPACHO (4 to 6 servings) I call … Continue reading →
Three weeks ago I announced the Patchwork Gazpacho recipe contest. I call it Patchwork Gazpacho because when I’m in cookbooking mode, “patchwork” refers to colorful, unconventional ingredient combinations. Deadline: Friday, July 1st, at midnight in your time zone. How to … Continue reading →
Gazpacho is a summery way to drink your superfoods–a red alternative to green drinks. (But not sunburn red–more like a red sunset.) Your challenge: 1) Make your go-to gazpacho recipe, but add the following three ingredients in whichever amounts work … Continue reading →
Hint: this tastes good despite its gross appearance. The first person to guess correctly will be mailed a free copy of FOOD AND WORRY (your choice of Kindle or paperback). Answer TBA on Monday.