Cooking My Way Through Super Natural Everyday By Heidi Swanson: Macaroon Tart and Shaved Fennel Salad & A Giveaway

Monday, April 11, 2011

Macaroon Tart
Macaroon Tart.

*******************GIVEAWAY ENDED APRIL 14TH************************************
Last night, as I was waiting for my flight in Orlando for my flight back home, all I could think about was the serving of Heidi's Macaroon Tart awaiting me back in Charleston.

Wild Blackberries

I have had a great time teaching at Food Blog Forum on Friday and I can't wait to share pictures and information of what was shared a little later next week. My head is still full and my heart is bursting at the seam. I knew it already, but let me say it again, Food Bloggers Rock! Thanks to Julie who helped plan the whole weekend, I was able to teach a photography and styling workshop today before my flight. Awesomeness again...

Wild Rice Casserole
Wild Rice Casserole.

Today, I really want to talk about Heidi Swanson's book Super Natural Everyday except everything I want to say never seems enough. Everytime I get a book for review, I make sure to devote a chunk of the week to cook from it. It helps see the thread use by the author to build the book. the stories, the photography. All the dishes I cooked this past week from her book led me down the same path: practical, satisfying, energizing, good and good for the soul.

Black Bean Salad
Black Bean Salad.

In one word. I can't wait to cook from it even more. The food is tasty, fresh and Heidi's personality and wonderful soul shows at every turn of the page. A beautiful soul with a wonderful message to share. Good food, made with wholesome ingredients does not have to come in gargantuan portions nor is it difficult or time consuming to make. The flavors in all of Heidi's dishes are a burst of everything that is good with eating and cooking in this world.

Tomatoes

And the photography...always loved how Heidi's lets her readers eat with their eyes first. Her photography is authentic and hers. Just as she is. Just as her food.

Millet Muffins & Strawberry Jam
Millet Muffins & homemade strawberry jam.

I emailed her publicist a few days ago and asked if I could hold a giveaway of a copy of Heidi's book for you guys. To my delight, I am happy to be able to share two copies with you guys! If you need a little enticing, check out the recipes for her Shaved Fennel Salad and Macaroon Tart after the jump!

Frittata & Millet Muffins
Millet Muffins and Frittata.


heidi cover

To enter the giveaway:
- leave a comment on this post starting today until Thursday April 14th midnight Eastern time.
- one comment per person
- no anonymous comment please
- two winners will be picked randomly by the hand of the wise, my husband
Note: it may take up to 24 hrs for your comment to appear on the page.

Pixie Tangerines

Heidi has this fabulous Buttermilk Cake recipe that she makes with plums but I used Pixie tangerines since they were in season.

Buttermilk Cake With Pixie Tangerines
Buttermilk Cake.

I had such a blast cooking, eating and photographing her recipes. I take immense pleasure at shooting other people's recipes and Heidi's was not exception. When it comes from the heart, the photography part becomes a source of intense joy. I hope the next few shots entice you to get her book and start cooking from her book soon.

Fennel, Zucchini, Dill & Arugula Salad
Shaved Fennel Salad.


Shaved Fennel Salad, with permission of Ten Speed Press:

Serves 4 to 6

1 medium large zucchini, sliced into paper thin coins
2 small fennel bulbs, trimmed and shaved paper-thin
2/3 cup/.5oz/15g loosely chopped fresh dill
1/3 cup/80ml fresh lemon juice, plus more if needed
1/3 cup/80ml extra virgin olive oil, plus more if needed
fine grain sea salt
4 or 5 generous handfuls arugula
honey, if needed
1/2 cup/2 oz/ 60g pine nuts, toasted (I used walnuts)
1/3 cup/2 oz/ 60g/ feta cheese, crumbled

Combine the zucchini, fennel and dill in a bowl and toss with the lemon juice, olive oil and 1/4 teaspoon slat. Set aside and marinate for 20 minutes, or up to an hour.
When you are ready to serve the salad, put the arugula in a large bowl. Scoop all of the zucchini and fennel onto the arugula, and our most of the lemon juice dressing on top of that. Toss gently but thoroughly. Taste and adjust with more of the dressing, olive oil, lemon juice, or salt if needed. If the lemons were particularly tart, you may need to counter the pucker-factor by adding a tiny drizzle of honey into the salad at this point. Let your taste buds guide you. Serve topped with pine nuts and feta.

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Macaroon Tart, with permission of Ten Speed Press

Makes 24 bite size servings (I made 2 rectangular tarts with one recipe)

Crust:
1 1/2 cups/6oz/ 170g white whole wheat flour (I used 1 cup brown rice flour and 1/2 cup millet flour)
3/4 cup/ 2 0z/ 60g unsweetened finely shredded coconut
3/4 cup/ 3.75oz/ 106 g sifted and lightly packed natural cane sugar
Scant 1/2 teaspoon fine grain sea salt
10 tablespoons/5oz/140g unsalted butter, melted

Filling:
2 cups/50z/140g unsweetened finely shredded coconut
1/2 cup/2.5oz/70g sifted and lightly packed natural cane sugar
4 large egg whites
8 ounces/225g fresh blackberries, halved
1/3 cup/1.5oz/45g pistachios, crushed

Preheat the oven to 350F/180C with a rack in the middle of the oven. Butter an 8x11-inch tart pan (I used two 14x5 ones) and line the bottom and sides with parchment paper.
To make the crust, in a large bowl, combine the flour, coconut, sugar and salt. Stir in the melted butter and mix until dough is crumbly but no longer dusty looking. Firmly press the mixture into the bottom of the prepared pan (it should form a solid, flat layer). Bake for 15 minutes, or until golden. Remove and set aside to cool for a few minutes.
In the meantime, prepare the coconut macaroon filling by combining the coconut, sugar, and egg whites. Mix until well combined.
Evenly distribute the blackberries across the tart base. Now drop little dollops of the macaroon filling over the tops of them (dirty up your hands for this part), and mush and press the coconut topping around into the spaces behind the berries. Be sure to let at least some of the colorful berries pop through for visual flair.
bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until the peaks of the macaroon filling are deeply golden brown. Let the tart cool, then garnish with the crusted pistachios before slicing into small squares.

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Gourmet forever said...

I just love your blog and everything you post about the food. I also mustn't eat gluten so therefore I'm helping myself with your ideas to cook delicious without using everyday ingredients and now I see it's easy, it's healthy and it's yummy! Thank you!

Deirdre Anne said...

Love Heidi, been reading her blog for years. That tart looks fantastic!!

Linda and Matthew said...

I'm sold- the food looks delicious!

Terri. said...

The buttermilke cake looks so good. Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.

Cookie said...

I can't decide which looks tastiest so I'll take one of each! If these are from her cookbook then it needs to be part of my collection! Thanks for sharing with us!

Ms. August said...

that photo of tomatoes is just too beautiful.

ChrisC said...

Oooh, I've been dying to get my hands on this book. I love Heidi's first cookbook, and this one looks just as lovely. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

Rey said...

I love Heidi's recipes! I live out in the sticks where we don't have access to much, let alone wonderful organic products. But at least twice a month I make the hour and a half trip into the "big city" to buy for her recipes!
Oh, and your beautiful photos capture her delicious recipes quite well!

NancyB said...

Looks like Heidi's cookbook is as good ( or better!) than her blog!

Sarah said...

By just reading your post, I'm hungry!! I absolutly need this book! ;) Bye

Ruth said...

I'm still awaiting my copy of Heidi's new book - its been on Amazon pre-order here in the UK for what seems like an age. Can't WAIT to get my hands on it! Thanks for the little preview!

equisetaceae said...

OH! yes please!
I am making the GF version of that tarte tonight!
thankyou for such a lovely giveaway!

kate said...

This book is on my wishlist! Looks gorgeous & so deliciously healthy!

Anna said...

Ooo! I've been eyeing that cookbook for the last couple days - would love to try it out!

Sandra said...

Mmmmmh, it looks so delicous! I would like to try every single dish. I love that spring is coming and brings us all this wonderful food...

Megan said...

What a great cookbook! I'd love to try a few of the recipes out!

Sam said...

Oh PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let me win!!! I would LOVE this cookbook.

samanthaj.anderson@gmail.com

(rachel) said...

I have been eyeing this book on Amazon since it's release. I'm in need of some fresh cooking ideas and would love to try Heidi's!

Carrie said...

Wow, every one of those recipes looks delicious! What beautiful photos.

Annie said...

Great giveaway-I'm waiting for a fellow patron to return Heidi's first book to the local library; would love to win this one. Heidi's blog has been a huge help in getting me started on natural sweeteners and whole grain flours.

Abby said...

That book looks like something I need to own!

Cheryl said...

How fun! These look delicious -- must try immediately!

Tahoe Grrl said...

I love Heidi's blog & recipes, and have been looking forward to this cookbook. This tart looks amazing enough that I might have to pick up some coconut on the way home from work!

erinwhat said...

Can't wait to try this cookbook, I've been looking forward to it for months!

farmerpam said...

Okay, count me in. It's the buttermilk cake that got me. :)

Carly said...

Wow, the recipes look amazing! Your photography makes them look even better if thats possible!

terri said...

thanks for this giveaway--everything you made from this book looks wonderful!

steph- whisk/spoon said...

i actaully just ordered a copy of this and can't wait to get it. that wild rice casserole looks insanely good!!

Anne Sofie said...

That looks so good! Count me in.

Marguerite said...

oh I adore heidi. i have never made a recipe of hers I didn't love.

emily said...

This cookbook looks fabulous! Natural food made easy!? Yes, please!

sandy axelrod said...

I am an avid cookbook collector and a chef so I certainly would love this cookbook to add to my collection. It was so fabulous meeting you this weekend at the Food Blog Forum. Your class on Sunday was awesome! I am no longer afraid to use my camera on other settings besides Auto. Thanks again for squeezing me in. I hope to be able to visit with you a year from now when Steve and I begin our travels as The Traveling Locavores. I look forward to going to the Farmers Market with you.

Jessica Bledin Mahler said...

I absolutely love Heidi's cookbooks and recipes! My husband is Vegan and her recipes are usually easily adaptable to vegan cooking. Love love love her and hope to win her cookbook!

girlleastlikely said...

Beautiful photography, as always! The recipes look wonderful, and whatsmore, HEALTHY. I'm always suspicious about healthy cookbooks/sperfood cookbooks/raw food cookbooks/anything that isn't just your average cookbook. Not sure why. I always end up altering a recipe to suit me anyway. And the results aren't always pretty.
Oh well, I know what's on my list for next time!

FlorrieMarie said...

I would love this book, fun!! thanks so much for thinking of us. -(another) Heidi

Meg Martin said...

Amazing photos - makes you want to cook!

Lobelia said...

The looks of the buttermilk cake is very cool.

Janet said...

Love her photos! And that mandarin cake is just the cutest thing!

Julie (TheLittleKitchen.net) said...

I love all of your photos! Thanks for this giveaway and thanks for mentioning me. I'm so thankful to be able to call you my friend!

Nicole said...

I am trying to eat more naturally and this book would be a great start! Would love to win it!

Skye said...

sounds like an awesome book! oh and i love that you replaced plums with tangerines...wouldn't have thought of that =)

Amanda said...

Wow, all of these recipes look amazing! I will definitely have to check out her book!

Shay said...

Everything lookso so good!! I love Heidi's site and would love to have her new book!!

Natalie M said...

Woo! Heidi's blog is actually the first food blog I started reading! What a great giveaway.

Terri said...

Helene, thank you for your blog and for sharing your recipes and photographs. I also follow Heidi's blog and have her previous book, "Super Natural Cooking." I have been anxiously waiting for this new release!

Lily said...

The food photographs are so enticing. I would love to have this book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Allison said...

The buttermilk cake looks awesome!

Lauren Susan said...

Heidi's was the first food blog I started following. I find her food inspiring and absolutely delightful. While I mostly look to the web for cooking ideas, I plan to invest in this cookbook.

Christine said...

I want to win!

Life Images by Jill said...

the book and your photography as always is devine - fresh, enticing, healthy, wholesome - and filled with love and light. Beautiful. Thankyou for inspiring me along the path of food photography.

Lisa said...

HEIDI ROCKS! Love the old book and I'm sure I would love the new one :)

Anna said...

These look absolutely delicious. I can't wait to try!

Foodiebia said...

Beautiful pictures! I am dying to get Heidi's book!

lynne said...

I love your pictures!

Vanessa Smith said...

I have her first cookbook, it's fabulous!! I'm so excited that she's made another. It's on my must buy list! I love how the food is just so pure and real. Simple and fresh at its best. The photographs inspire me with my own photography, which is still in the beginning stages. :-)

Bethiesee said...

Glad you liked the book, I'm very keen to give it a go. If only for the beautiful photography!

KJ said...

I love books in general, but there is a special place in my heart for cook books (and a few others.) I would love to have this one gracing my shelf.

mtf1 said...

This book looks amazing!

B said...

Everyone sing...Ha-kuna Fri-ttata!

Alison said...

(Sorry for the repeat, I received an error for my previous comment)

Great fan of Tartlette and 101 cookbooks. Thanks for doing this giveaway! Got a chance to take a look at this cookbook at the store and it's amazing. :D

Reander said...

That wild rice casserole looks delicious! And that frittata, oh my!

Kathy said...

Mmm, that frittata looks delish!

erin said...

This looks great!!

Emilia said...

I just picked up a copy of this book on the weekend, fully intent on keeping it for myself, but after flipping through it and being so inspired by the whole thing, I decided to give it to a good friend for her birthday! It is too good not to share!

Lake Louise said...

Heidi Swanson recipes and Tartelette together in one post? What could be better?!

Rachel said...

Thank you for posting such a wonderful photographic review of Heidi's new cookbook. I'd been debating whether to buy the book (I already have so many cookbooks) but this post may have tipped the scales! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

Laura said...

I've been hearing such great things about this book. I'd love to have a copy! And I think I'm going to have to give the macaroon tart a try sometime soon!

Allison said...

That all looks and sounds amazing!

Amy said...

Giveaways are a great way to see how many "lurkers" you have. :) I am one of them!

krissy said...

I really am looking forward to this book. Thanks!

amybmartindale said...

I love your blog!

Debbie B. said...

Beautiful photographs!! I love Heidi's recipes :).

Alexandra said...

Whoa look at these comments! I need as many good cookbooks as I can get my hands on; I have...2. Help! And I'm a poor student. This food looks yummmmy... :) And thanks for all of your great posts! Everything you put up looks so delicious!

cheekyjenjen said...

I love Heidi's blog and can't wait to try recipes from this book. I was surprised to see it today at Costco and after seeing this post I wish I picked it up

Tasha said...

Problem: My recipes live on my computer which lives in the office
Solution: portability in the form of a book!
Side effect: no more cardio in the form of running back in forth between the stove and the laptop

Totally willing to sacrifice skinny thighs for a pretty book

Lauren said...

Everything looks delicious; I'd love to win the book :) Thanks!

mariaricardo said...

Delicious photos! I hope the food tastes as good.

Jen said...

Oh, man! Everything looks so good! Now, granted, this may be because I'm doing a 10 day detox right now, but I'm pretty sure I'd be salivating even if I could eat. This book would be awesome for all my food plans, post-detox. Colorful, natural, and super tasty.

Azúcar said...

I absolutely love Heidi and would love to have her ideas in book form always on hand!

Lizzie said...

i have her first cookbook and it is amazing and such a staple in my kitchen. can't wait to see what this one has in store!

Stacy Marie said...

I have heard nothing but positive things about this book--I look forward to perusing and cooking through it myself! Lovely photos on this post, by the way.

cow in the dunes said...

Thank you for the giveaway! Heidi has shaped my cooking immensely. I am actually in nutrition school because of how she has changed the way I view food. I would love to win this book!

cow in the dunes said...

Heidi has shaped my cooking immensely. She is one of the reasons why I am in nutrition school. I would love to win this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

VU Design Studio said...

I would love, love to win the book.
The recipes are amazing.
Thank you so much for this fantastic giveaway.
I also adore everything you post on your blog!!!
Your photography is fantastic!!!
xoxoxo

LittleWit said...

That macaroon tart looks amazing!

alice t. said...

Thank you for sharing Heidi's book. Her blog and recipes have inspired many meals. I would love to work through her new book!

Jessie said...

I am in love with Heidi's photography. It's simply beautiful, and has a very natural look and feel. I'm also a major believer that fresh is always best! :)

xo
Jessie

Elizabeth said...

I have been ogling the book for some time. Love the wild rice dish, reminds me of a fresher, updated version of the standard sausage and wild rice casserole (a la family potlucks) back in the South.

Ellen said...

i would love to win heidi's book. she does such beautiful, inventive things with vegetables. constant inspiration!

in the mean time, i'm going to make this tart. thank you.

Hannah said...

I would love a copy of Heidi's new book. Her website is inspiring and her photography is always beautiful.

Jen said...

Pick me, pick me! It all looks and sounds too delicious for words! Luckily you and Heidi always find the right ones.

Amy said...

Great Giveaway!

Averie said...

heidi and you are both amazing cooks..I would LOVE to win her book!

Elena F said...

Looks delicious!

Bookworm said...

I love how the world is making a return to simple, good food. I'm starting my organic vegetable and berry garden this month and would love to try out the recipes with what my backyard provides me!
Cheers, Julie

Miel Abeille said...

I should never read food blogs this late at night!!! Grr! Salivating over everything - including the chance to win a copy of the book!

Cakelaw said...

This sampling of beautiful dishes is so enticing! Heidi's book looks wonderful.

jessie said...

The blogosphere is going crazy for Heidi's book! I can't wait to get my hands on a copy!!!

kerry.ajohnson said...

I love your blog, and Heidi's too! These recipes all look so good! I would love to have the book.

Jen said...

Love all the photos - this cookbook looks fabulous! I could really use some inspiration for wholesome recipes!

Amanda said...

The photos are beautiful and I would love to win that cookbook!

Karin said...

I've been dreaming of getting this cookbook as every recipe I've made of Heidi's is phenomenal. How do the recipes work when converted to gluten free -- is it a pretty easy switch for most of the baked goods?
Thanks!

Jeanne said...

I am convinced! Each of these dishes looks beautiful and so tempting. I'll have to get my hands on that book!

Stephanie said...

I'd love to enter the giveaway - everything looks delicious!

Sehaj Sethi said...

Heidi's blog was actually the first food blog i ever became a followed of. Her food is as lovely as she is. And of course, it goes without saying that Tartlette is exactly the same! I am a huge admirer. I'm also indebted to you for giving me one of the best cake recipes I've ever tried (caramel cake; unbelievable).

Thank you!!

Issie Baker said...

I love it when you wrote this line:

"Good food, made with wholesome ingredients does not have to come in gargantuan portions nor is it difficult or time consuming to make"

This is the one thing that I'll remember before I prepare my next meal.

Thanks for the inspiration and the giveaway!

eyo said...

shaved fennel salad!

sarahgilmour said...

Wow, that cookbook looks fantastic. Your photos are also always a pleasure to look at. :)

tarynsirias said...

I love her blog as well as yours!

Christina said...

that macaroon tart recipe just makes me really want to look at the rest of the book!

Leah said...

The food looks delicious! This book looks awesome! Thanks for the give-away and a great blog!

Jen said...

pick me pick me pick meeeeee! :)

Amy said...

Wow, all of those recipes sound delicous! I can't wait to cook through this book too! Your photography is fabulous and I can't wait to get a copy of your "Plate to Pixel" as well.

Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!
Take care.

Sue said...

it would be so nice to win that book. I love your blog too!

http\es.yahoo.com said...

Wish I were there on that styling training. But I resign to watch your stunning pictures from here, which is not little thing.

Anonymous said...

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Bonne continuation et merci encore,
corinne

corinne at dabbagh.ch

ana said...

Wow, the recipes are great, photography as well. Can't wait for your next post!

Sharon G said...

Really wish i could win! i've been stuck at home, sick for almost 3 weeks now and i could use something to lift my spirit like this great book

claudia_rose07 said...

This book looks absolutly amazing. I read about it on almost every blog I visit. I would love to win a coppy.

claudia_rose07 said...

I hope I am not posting twice. I would love to win this book. Love the pictures from today!!

Miia said...

Those look so delicious! :)

Diana said...

Your photographs of Heidi's recipes looks amazing! You both are such an inspiration to my cooking.

bettina said...

oh wow, this cookbook looks right up my alley

raspinator93 said...

I love the frittata!

OohLookBel said...

Thanks for this giveaway. The book looks wonderful.

Margar said...

See if I am lucky enough!!

Finger crossed till thursday!

selfforgetful said...

Your photos of Heidi's recipes look mouthwatering! I've been a 101 Cookbooks follower for a long time and have, just like you, appreciated the simplicity and whole-grained goodness of her recipes. Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway!

msjanetlee (at) gmail (dot) com

Kärt said...

Buttermilk cake looks absolutely fabulous!

Mindi - Dandi said...

this is the second review i've read of this book today and it looks positively scrumptious! I will be licking my lips whilst i wait for my copy!

Tonia Wight said...

Oooh I would so love to win this (if UK entries are allowed!). xoxox

Zielenina said...

I love Heidi's blog, I would love to have her book :) Beautiful pictures Helen, as always :) The food looks so delicious!

Andrea said...

I would love to have this book, I love Heidi's work, recipes and photos. I already have her first book and this one is on my wish list for quite some time now. :)

SousChef to YummySoup! said...

OMG! OMG! OMG! I want these book so bad right now, wholesome food is my life! PICK ME! PICK ME! PICK ME! :D

emmakisstina said...

If the giveaway is open to international readers I would just adore to win. I am just obsessed with cookbooks!

Eva said...

I would be happy to win this great cookbook!!!

Amparo said...

I can't wait to start cooking from Heidi's book... everything looks delicious!!!

Lisa said...

Thanks for the give-away! HEIDI rocks and I can't wait to check out her new book!!

caz said...

I would love to win this book!

I never allow myself to buy cookbooks because I can't travel with them.. to me they are a luxury and a decadence!

hollybailey said...

While I would love to win the book - if I don't I will have to run out and get it just for that frittata! It looks divine...and the tart too, and the yummy something on the cover.

roxlet23@gmail.com said...

This is so inspirational!

Linda R said...

What beautiful photos for such delicious food! I would love to win this book

Carita said...

You have a super blog!! I've only recently found this blog, and I've been glutenfree for a couple of years now, so THANK YOU! :)

allsmiles said...

Wish I could win a copy..I want it...:)

Kay said...

I am totally going to make the Millet Muffins and Frittata. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to the giveaway - thanks for that too!

Sarah said...

All I can say is...yum.

sconelady said...

I would love to add Heidi's new book to the rest of her collection on my shelf!

Micki said...

I would love to own a copy of this book. I have been battling chronic lyme disease and one of my goals is to eat more wholesome, natural foods to make sure I am giving my body the right kind of fuel to kick it! (Plus I recently discovered that I am gluten intolerant - one more reason to eat non-processed, natural foods.

Thank you for sponsoring this give-away. I love your blog!

Lea said...

These are really beautiful photographs! I especially love those of the tarts.
Of course, I like natural cooking best!

PrairieGarden-Liane said...

I just discover pixie tangerines this month. Their incredible.

Your tart photo makes me want to pull out of my computer screen for breakfast!

Here's hoping my comment posts in time for the drawing.

Jo said...

Definitely a feast for the eyes. The macaron tart looks delish but I am more intrigued with the wild rice casserole.

linda said...

this is such lovely giveaway! thank you for including me…this book looks like a keeper!!

bunkycooks said...

These dishes are truly beautiful and so healthy. What a refreshing change to prepare some of these recipes for Spring and Summer!

Debra Schramm said...

I loved the recipes you featured so much that I went ahead and ordered the cookbook. I'd love to win and have one to give to my friend.

Christi said...

The Macaroon Tart looks amazing and I just purchased a tart pan that size. This will be the perfect recipe to try it out on! Thank you for the giveaway.....

Molly Ann Cartwright said...

I would love to cook from this book!!

lananorris said...

I've been needing to find a way to make fruits and vegetables more appealing to my family...they are over the steamed broccoli w melted cheese and so am I! Raised in Ga, I was taught to cook my veggies to death...you always make them look so fresh and colorful. Here's to new ideas!

asides said...

Thanks for the giveaway, I love Heidi's cookbooks. Would love to have this one added to my collection.

crisharmon said...

Yum! What a wonderful collection of recipes. I would love to have this book.

Pat R said...

The pictures are so beautiful it looks as if I am sitting down for a feast!

Linda C said...

I am always looking for new and exciting inspiration. This book looks like it would do just that. The macaroon tart looks wonderful.
Linda

Meredyth Haas said...

This book looks incredible! I would definitely cook my way through it as soon as possible! And your photos make every recipe look incredible. Thanks for the giveaway!

Nancy said...

nina says....

this book sounds wholesome and fresh...hoping to win...thanks

Mindy Darnell said...

Wow, the macaroon tart sounds divine!

Anonymous said...

What wonderful pictures of such inspiring recipes for healthful dining!!!

Heather said...

Thank you so much for sharing. It's refreshing to have such an honest review of a cookbook...I definitely want to add this one to my collection!

kristina said...

I'm a big fan of both you and Heidi, keep up the good work! If I'm lucky enough to be chosen: woo hoo!!!

Jessica said...

The most enticing giveaway! Heidi's 101 Cookbooks website is, like yours, one that I follow enthusiastically. (Thanks, too, for the quinoa-pepper-avocado recipe, which I can't wait to make...)

clermontfraser said...

Yum. I love Heidi's recipes and would love to win this cookbook.

Rachel Willen said...

The macaroon tart is just what I was looking for for a fabulous Passover dessert....and this book would be a great resource for me for my Cooking Light classes....pick me!

Alice said...

I would love to win the book. Thanks!

Liz said...

These recipes sound amazing! I'm so glad you shared the recipe for the macaroon tart, as that was the one I was drooling over most. Thanks for the giveaway!

Helene said...

I would love that book. The pictures are gorgeous.

Foodie Ann said...

Loved the pictures... Looking forward to the book....

Crumbs N Crust said...

HI

Would love to win this beautiful cookbook.

Everything look absolutely delicious and beautiful

Love your photography too

Blessings
Christine

welovefur said...

Food

I'm so greedy and your blog is delicious.
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Sarah said...

Wow, everything looks delicious in these photos! Thanks for sharing:)

Rebecca said...

Oh my I would love that cookbook, those recipes look so yummy!

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José Manuel said...

I'd love to have this book, I'm having my fingers closed till you pick the winners

niidea222 said...

I love cakes wirh fruit and I love tangerines.

fiveandspice said...

Heidi really is a gem, and her sense of ingredients and technique is so inspiring! Thank you for sharing the macaroon tart recipe, it's something I've been wanting to make for weeks! Of course, now that I've seen the buttermilk cake, I'm craving that instead!...:)

Creative Mom said...

I was taken in with the macaroon tart but then everything else looks so good. I hope it's me. Thank you for doing a giveaway!

K Meinck said...

Oh, those all look so good!

sarae said...

Oooo. Yet another delicious and beautiful treat for the eyes and mouth. Enter me into the drawing too.

Kerstyn K. said...

The shaved fennel salad looks really yummy & perfect for the warm weather we're starting to see.

The tart also looks good. Almost too good. almost too good. Nothing could be too good though.

Aubrey said...

I am in love with 101cookbooks and make her recipes over and over again. I would love a copy of her new book. Thank you for the giveaway!

Georgia said...

Can't decide on which one to try out first, the tart or the cake? MMMM

Both look excellent! The tart looks very elegant.

Sandra said...

All of these pictures look amazing and make me want to go out and get this book. I've been really focused on cooking my own meals and these recipes will add a new dimension to my everyday. Thanks for such a lovely blog!

Rachel said...

Everything looks delicious!

fishy.delishey said...

I can't wait to try these recipes! Thanks for sharing. :)

leeksoup said...

Beautiful as always! I have Heidi's book in my cart at Amazon...but maybe I'll wait to see if the cookbook gods smile on me...:)

Vicki said...

These look amazing! What a lovely book.

Laura said...

What a great giveaway! Love Heidi´s recipes!!

candelads said...

I'll be really happy if I win this book! I love Heidi's blog...al that she does it's amazing!
Your blog it's absolutely beautiful! Saluti dall'Italia :)

Kate. said...

Everyone has been raving about her book, so sign me up, and thanks for the giveaway.

~kate

summar ann said...

i would love to win this beautiful book. thank you for the opportunity! :)

silver rose bakery said...

Congratulations on another great trip; I always enjoy reading about your adventures...all the best, rose

Epicurean Mom said...

I'm going to have to buy the book,if I don't win, just to get the wild rice casserole recipe! Yum!! :)

Tress said...

This cookbook sounds like it is right up my alley! Pick me! :)

Cinthia said...

would love to have book...chances are getting slimmer and slimmer:(

Lindsey @ Hot Polka Dot said...

What a delicious cookbook! I would love to have a copy for my very own.

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