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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Erica said...

I would love to win this book! I adore Heidi's recipes.

Three-Cookies said...

The macaroon tart sounds delicious, and not so difficult to make. Great stepping stone towards the more challenging macaroon

Sara said...

Ooooh, both of these dishes look fantastic - I'm in love with that salad! I really love raw fennel in dishes like this. Lovely photos!

Helene said...

Three-cookies: it's not the same kind at all. Here Heidi refers to the traditional macaroon with coconut. You're thinking about "macarons" which have no coconut but almonds.

Erica the Ninja said...

Heidi's blog was one of the first that I ever stumbled upon, and it has completely shaped the way that I cook and think about cooking. She started a food blog obsession for me!

I love her simple, straightforward approach to vegetarian cooking, and her recipes are just so inspired!

Thank you for hosting this giveaway...I will keep my fingers crossed. (:

Mariel said...

Everything looks so delicious and wholesome! Getting a copy of her book would be a great way to kick off summer healthy eating! :)

Amanda said...

I'd love a copy!

jacqui said...

Heidi's blog and her first cook book have been such an inspiration for me. I always seem to have the same ingredients in my own kitchen and find myself turning to many of her recipes as a platform to create something new and delicious! Her new book doesn't seem to disappoint, thank you for the giveaway!

leesh said...

Oh doesn't a new cookbook sound like a lovely way to say, "Hello Spring!"?

Misty said...

That buttermilk cake looks splendid!

The Shulls said...

Love, love, love that fennel salad.. I can hardly wait to try it!!! I would love her book too :P

Misty said...

That buttermilk cake looks splendid!

Retha said...

this looks like it would be a great addition to anyone's library. But I hope I'm the one that wins it. :)

Debugcooking said...

Ohh such stunning photos Helen...makes me want to make them right away...Would love that book!

Miyaka said...

I've already tried making Heidi's "Tutti frutti crumble" from her book recipe sampler and it was awesome! I'd love to win the whole book to try more great recipies :)

PoppyGirl said...

This book looks delish and amazing!!! I would absolutely LOVE a copy to start out the spring / farmer's market season. :)

Mairi@Toast said...

It all looks amazing....I cannot wait to get my hands on this book. Stunning photography.

Rebecca said...

Everything looks so yummy. I would love to win this book :)

purelyfood said...

What a great prize. I love her website.

Meghan said...

Oh! I thought when you said giveaway you were talking about that tart. Well, I'd settle for the book instead.

Beautiful photos as always!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow....awesome recipe....love the flavour of fennel in salad....macaroon tart sounds extremely yum.....millet muffins sounds healthy and yum....love the idea of frittata....

Jillian said...

I am so excited about this book!

NicoleD said...

If Heidi's cookbook wasn't enticing enough on its own (which it is) you've taken the most beautiful pictures of what you made from the book! Gorgeous!

Ellen said...

Oh my goodness. I cannot say how much I wish I was eating that macaroon tart right now.

This book looks beautiful!

Nozomi said...

You had me at Macaroon Tart! Really excited for the book!

Mellowmellowmarshmellow said...

Oh my god, those pictures look delicious and fit so perfectly to the spring that finally started :)I'd love to browse through the recipes of the book and try some of the dishes myself!

Sarah said...

Beautiful photos of beautiful food! I would love to enjoy a copy of her cookbook.

adrienne said...

I'm so excited this book is finally coming out!

multikulinaria said...

First of all, I'd love to be placed into in any of the photographed settings, with your or/and Heidi's company and any of the above dishes... If that won't work out, I'll go with the book. ;-)

Adrienne said...

Ooh, this would be such a fun book to work through! Yum.

Caroline said...

This looks so good - would love to be able to make this myself!! :)

Digigirl said...

I would love to have this book! My focus this year has been going organic and living green, and this would definitely help me down that path.

Nozomi said...

You had me at Macaroon Tart! Excited for the book-- been reading about it on various blogs.

snackpig said...

The pictures are beautiful! I am starving for lunch now.

camille said...

Wow, everything seems so yummy! Thank you for sharing this great book with us! :)

Brittany said...

All these look so amazing! You have definitely enticed me to buy her cookbook, but I should would love a free copy too!

fa-so-la-la said...

Ooh, if I don't win this book, I'm going to ask for it for my birthday coming up. I was just thinking I needed a new cookbook to energize me for some great cooking post-graduation in May! This looks like exactly what I want.

Grijze Dagen said...

MMM it all looks so delicious! Would love to have a copy :)

m @ rambling musings said...

what a terrific giveaway! I love Heidi's blog - it would be terrific to have the cookbook too!

Tovah said...

I have seen this book popping up again and again this week. I'd love to win a copy! (BTW, Your pictures of her recipes look amazing!)

Dominique said...

Je veux bien participer pour gagner le livre d'Heidi... je suis une inconditionnelle de son site et son livre ne peut que me plaire! Bonne semaine...

Marinka said...

those recipes look so healthy and delicious.Yumm!

Frostine said...

Looks like such a great book, I would love to win!

Emily Hunt said...

Such gorgeous photos! Would love to cook from such a fabulous book!

Rin said...

Buttermilk cake and tangerine is such an interesting combination. Would love to try making Millet Muffins and Frittata!

Heather said...

Oh how I would love to add this gorgeous book to my beloved collection of cookbooks. Sort of dangerous to fall upon this post so close to lunch....

Heather

Michelle Stiles said...

I adore Heidi and all of her lovely work. Thank you for the chance to receive her book!

Shulie said...

OMGoodness, would love to get this book. Funny, I just got millet flour for another recipe. Love the spread, the pics and super healthy recipes.

Aggie said...

I happily came home to this book on my doorstep Friday night...it is beautiful and I can not wait to cook my way through it myself!!

If I win a copy from you I will happily share it with a friend! :)

Jess K. said...

This book looks fantastic, and all of the buzz about it shows it's worth getting!

Casey Bahr said...

This looks awesome! I'd love to have this book!

Thanks so much! :)

Shannon said...

Her cookbook has received so many wonderful reviews and I'd love to be able to check it out! Now I'm off to explore her blog.

fooddoodles said...

The book looks fantastic! I can't wait to get my own copy :) I would love to win one, thank you!

Rebecca Martin said...

I've been eyeing that cookbook and would love to own it!

Julie said...

Thank you for the giveaway. I love Heidi's blog and would be very grateful for a copy of her book!

Rebecca Martin said...

I've been eyeing that cookbook and would love to own it!

Calantha said...

I absolutely loved Super Natural Cooking and would love to add this one to my collection! Heidi's photography is stunning and her food is delicious every time!

art and lemons said...

I love the way Heidi captures light in her photographs and the true essence of flavors in her recipes. The Macaroon Tart looks absolutely incredible, it's a must for spring.

Forty Cloves said...

My mouth is watering from these photographs. I would love to add this cookbook to my already too large collection!

queencake and titangirl said...

I have read so much about this book and now that I´ve come down with a horrible spring flu it seem even more tempting to eat good, fresh food. LOVE to read cookbooks before going to sleep, this one would be a real treat!best from berlin,a sneezing, coughing, snivelling anja xx

Mary said...

Beautiful photos, as always. And what a wonderful book! I so hope to win it, thanks for the contest!!!

Catarina said...

Guess your husband will have plenty to "choose" from! The photos (and recipes) look amazing, and my favourite thing about Heidi's recipes is the easiness and no fuss style that comes along with most part of them.

Maris (In Good Taste) said...

Oh everything looks so wonderfull! Would love to win the book!

jennifer said...

Oh wow, I would love this cookbook. The recipes look simply delicious and wholesome, just what I long for! And more vegetarian recipes to curl up with on the sofa and cook from later would be perfect. And you've photographed her food so well!

Rachel said...

Oh my goodness. All that food looks delicious!

jo said...

it looks so yummy and im sure it tastes this way, too.
love your blog!

alice said...

I see I'm not the only one who wants a copy of this gorgeous book. Your photos do it as much justice as your kind words about it.

squirrelbread said...

I have her original book and return to it almost every week. Like you said, the photography, the recipes, the writing, the love and care that went into crafting it, are immense. She, like you and 'Tartelette', is a true inspiration.

Cheers,

*Heather*

Return to Sunday Supper℠ said...

Helene, You are a wonder! So good to see you in action at Food Blog Forum. You amaze me with you talent and energy!

Anna said...

I'm in my first year of marriage, and I'm still getting used to cooking every day. I'm always looking for new recipes. This looks fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway.

Brianne said...

Wow, those look amazing. I think I'll have to pick up a copy if I don't win. Thanks for the inspiration!

Leah P said...

I've been trying to find simple recipes to help me incorporate more nature, wholesome foods into my diet. This book looks perfect!

Hannah said...

This book looks amazing!! I love trying new recipe especially organic and natural foods.

anne-laure said...

I'd love to try the recipes you highlighted, especially the wild rice gratin!

Rachel said...

Oh I've been dying to try this cookbook and would love a copy! Beautiful photos as always!

Robyn said...

All the lovely photos have my mouth watering! I may try out that tart, my big sisters wedding shower is coming up, and I've been given the honour of bringing desserts! Thanks for sharing the recipes, and I hope I'll be one of the winners!

martina said...

For the first time ever I'm drooling over a millet muffin...looks so good! I'm waiting millet flour from my "pusher". I need this book now, one way or another :)
Thanks for this opportunity
Martina

Aubry said...

Such a great combination! Tartelette and 101 Cookbooks!

irene said...

I would love to win this book :) Thank you so much and happy spring!

that kate said...

The macaroon tart looks amazing. This book looks delightful.

Sincerely Jill said...

First off, I love, love, love your blog. Your photography is amoung my favorite, and I can't wait for your book to come out. This book looks so amazing and whether I happen to win this book or not, it'll have to be added to my library.

Jack said...

I'm sold! Going to have to buy it if I don't win it ;)

mgarner said...

I would love to try all these recipes!

Helena said...

The macaroon tart looks delish!

erica said...

The recipes sound great and I'd love to see the rest of the photographs in the book!

Ashlea Taylor said...

I would love to win! Her recipes look amazing!

Anna said...

That black bean salad looks delicious!

Biblioholicbeth said...

The buttermilk cake and the black bean salad look *delicious*.

Miss Cupcake said...

What a lovely idea. I adore Heidi's website and have coveted her cookbooks since they came out. How fun to win one!

Kate said...

I need to remember not to read your blog first thing in the morning when I am still hungry and have no time to do anything but dash out the door to work! But it gets me thinking about what to make later when I have more time!

Chapstick Fanatic said...

oooh i would love to win this cookbook! i absolutely love her blog!

http://lachapstickfanatique.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

Every time I see a mention of this book on the internet, I lust for it a little more! So beautiful!

Vimitha Anand said...

Thats a delightful spread and a lovely give away...

hydeordie said...

How beautiful. I bet it all tastes even better than it looks!

whetstone said...

Oh! I just found your blog thanks to a friend of mine who adores you, and imagine my happiness that the first post is about Heidi Swanson (whose Cook 1.0 makes me incredibly happy). I'd love to have another book of hers!

A Thought For Food said...

Have you left your house over the past couple of days? You've been cooking up a storm! It all looks so wonderful.

Shay said...

Mmm, mmmm. That macaroon tart looks like a spotted slice of of delicious. I'm painfully interested.

philosophyandcupcakes said...

This year I am all about going green! recycle reuse rescue has been my motto! I have loved reading your blog and enjoy your beautiful photography, I am a fellow blogger philosophyandcupcakes.wordpress.com
This Book look lovely and I would love to give it a go!

Mikki said...

wow those photos are just gorgeous! the rice dish looks amazing. would love to get lucky and win this book!

Laura B. said...

That buttermilk cake looks divine!

Ranjani said...

I love Heidi's first book, and would be thrilled to own this one too!

Colors in the Kitchen said...

I would love to win this book! :) Amalia

Liz Weinberg said...

Yum! I would love to get to play with these recipes -- they look delicious!

sarah said...

pick me! pick me! I'd love to get my hands on this book - it looks absolutely delicious!

feather14 said...

I have heard such wonderful things about this cookbook and would love to own..

Joni said...

I've been hearing nothing but wonderful things about this book. Everything sounds great.

Liz said...

would so love a copy of this book -- the pictures you posted look so lovely!

Jessica said...

Those are beautiful photos, and the recipes sound delicious! I'd love to have this book in my cookbook library, which currently consists of only one cookbook...really. lol

Martha said...

Yum! This cookbook sounds just right for my usual cooking tactics.

Sam said...

I have been reading Heidi's blog for years. I would love her new cookbook! It looks so good.

bpandos said...

It all looks delicious. I have fennel, feta and zucchini already in the refridgerator. I think I'll pick up some arugula on the way home and make this salad tonight! Would love to get the book and try more recipes.

ruthinaz said...

I fell in love with your blog for your beautiful images. I continue to return for the recipes you share. Would love to win this week's muse (Heidi's) cookbook! Simply inspriational. Thanks,

Jess said...

I am loving tangerines right now! They look great in the buttermilk cake. Can't wait to read this beautiful book!

FrenchieBean said...

I'd love to win this! That buttermilk cake looks amazing...and I loove the cupcake liners! Do you know where I could find some?? : ) Thanks!!

Andrée-Anne said...

What a great prize!!! It seems to be such a nice book. I'd love win.

StaceyBerlin said...

I´ve read about her new book, it all looks fabulously yummy!

elise said...

I've been dying to get this book - thanks for the giveaway!

Ivory said...

Buttermilk Cake...yummy!

Chris Tonnesen Photography said...

As a photographer and a huuuge foodie I would love to have his book as a source of inspiration! All the best from Denmark

Jimena A said...

This book looks amazing! the pictures are beautiful and I can't wait to try the recipes :) I start this weekend with the ones you post.

Jade said...

pick me, pick me! I follow Heidi's blog and would love to have her book!

deltaweb said...

I'd love a copy! All pics look delicious!

Phoebe A. Cohen said...

My ex-roommate's girlfriend has my copy of Heidi's first book, and so I have been living without her amazing images and recipes on my cookbook shelf for months now (scheming for its return, but not particularly hopeful). I would adore to get a copy of her new book, especially now that spring is here and the farmer's markets will be back in effect, full of enticingly beautiful and radiant potential ingredients. Mmm...tart....

rachel said...

Ooohhhh - pick me! pick me! I adore 101cookbooks.com. This would be the perfect next addition to the collection.

Kristin Barbour said...

Everything looks absolutely delicious! It would make my month to win this book!

Anna said...

I've made many of the recipes in her first supernatural book and I'd love a chance to cook from Supernatural Everyday.

Caroline @ chocolate and carrots said...

Those photos are amazing and the food all looks so fresh! I definitely want to pop that book open and have a go at the goodness inside! :-D

caroline@chocolateandcarrots.com

Hannah said...

oh how I would love to dive into that book through the farmers market season! Time to eat healthier after gaining my newlywed 10 pounds!

Amber2Zoe said...

The food looks beautiful!

Becky said...

I love Heidi's blog, and her new cookbook is definitely on my wish list!

Yuliya said...

What a gorgeous book! I would love one.

Katie Ford // said...

Oh so gorgeously tempting. I can't wait to try these...

the domestic mama said...

Just wanted to say how wonderful it was to meet you~ I cannot wait to start playing with all the knowledge you taught me. Thanks so much, I hope I will be able to attend a longer seminar by you in the future!

La Belle au Blé Dormant said...

Everything looks so delicious! I wanted to buy Heidi's first book. Now, the second one is published!
Thanks for testing for us ;-)

das1949 said...

The Tart looks fabulous, what other fruits can you suggest?
Doris

Sara said...

oh man! i have been coveting this book for days now, what with seeing heidi's posts on her website and now, so many (SO many!) blogs on my reader are singing its praises right and left.

Lindsey said...

I've been seeing rave reviews of Heidi's book all over the food blogging community - makes me anxious to see a copy!

DessertForTwo said...

Thanks for the offer! Your photography is gorgeous! I've been a longtime fan of both you and Heidi. It's nice to see the 2 come together :)

Natalie said...

I love both of your blogs and can't wait to get my hands on both of your books! Thanks for the giveaway!

Megan said...

Pick Me! Pick Me! I'm dying to have one of Heidi's cookbooks to tryout!

Sarah said...

That tart looks delicious!

Benbri said...

Wow, I would love this book. The food and photography look amazing!

Sade said...

Those recipes look all so tasty. I'd love to try them all out. Pick me!

Helen said...

Thanks for the giveaway! *crosses fingers* :D

Minti said...

Would love to have that book!

Aubrey said...

I love Heidi!
Pick me!

Claire said...

Pretty please!

lo81 said...

This book looks amazing! I would like to win it!!

Frau S said...

Everything looks so wonderful and fresh. I hope I win!

Jeniva said...

I've been wanting to cookbook so badly! It looks like something I would use all the time!

JAntoinette said...

Lord but these are mouthwatering! I have Heidi's book in my Amazon cart; I'll wait to see if lady luck wants to do her thing:)

Danja said...

The book looks really beautiful and inspiring. So I am keeping my fingers crossed. And if I don't win, I'll just buy the book instead. :-)
Thanks for organizing the giveaway.

eliz said...

ohhh i love super natural cooking so much, i can only imagine how much more relevant this would be for me! cooking vegetarian food for six adults with enough for leftovers gets boring without some fresh inspiration!

Maria said...

I am falling in love with your pictures and recipes !!! Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge with all of us !!

Kristen said...

Um, YUM!

jenn said...

i would love to get this book! the photos alone have my stomach rumbling!

Narmeen said...

Oooh I love the pics! Can't wait to cook from the book.

Stacy said...

Gorgeous photos!

I'm really looking forward to this cookbook (and her others, for that matter, as I've only recently discovered Heidi Swanson).

Jim said...

Oh my gosh but that macaroon tart looks delicious! I have some coconut and blackberries in my fridge right now, so yep, I'm going to make that one.

Thanks for posting this and your beautiful pictures of it as well. It was an absolute blast meeting you at the Food Blog Forum this past weekend in Orlando. You make photography fun!

Alessa said...

Wow, those recipes look wonderful and delicious! And your photography of them is so pretty!

Allison said...

I would love to win!

Sarah said...

This cookbook is gorgeous! I'm dying to try the Black Bean Salad.

The Bean said...

Thanks for the teaser recipes, and I hope you pick me!!!

jaybeebee said...

I love Heidi's recipes on her blog and would love to win.

jaybeebee said...

I love the recipes on Heidi's blog and would love to win her cookbook.

Rebekah Renko said...

My soul needs that book and my belly needs its contents.

Paradise Regained said...

I think this cookbook would be a perfect addition to the type of cooking/baking my husband and I want/like to do: healthy, simple, and delicious!

KIMIKO said...

I LOVE COOKBOOKS! I READ THEM LIKE NOVELS. BUT THEY ALWAYS SOUND TOO COMPLICATED FOR ME........ THIS SOUNDS AMAZING.
I am a newcomer to your site and I feel a little giulty admitting this to you, because I am a little slow on the uptake.... but I must say, my guilt is definitely overshadowed by dissappointment that I've been missing out on all this great stuff! MAN!

Lauren said...

All of these recipes look amazing! I've been making a real effort lately to cook things that are natural and healthy. All part of my 2011 goals to be more in shape and take better care of myself. This cookbook would be an amazing help to my goals.

Gen said...

Ce livre a l'air d'être étonnant! J'aime beaucoup cette recette elle est très gourmande! Par contre, quand j'ai lu le titre je pensais y trouver de la poudre d'amande mais la noix de coco doit ajouter du parfum!

carolinesbakeshop said...

looks so amazing! i need that tart in my life, ASAP!

Larina said...

These recipes look amazing. I can't wait to try them! Thanks for sharing and for introducing me to Heidi's book. Yum!

Koci said...

Oh my goodness, every single one of those dishes looks gorgeous! I'd love to win this cookbook!

Emilie in MN said...

Thank for you another amazing giveaway! These two recipes do sound amazing, so this is definitely another book I will have to add to my list.

Kitchen Vixen said...

Oh, to win Heidi's book! Her food and photography is always, always mouth-watering!

Shannon said...

Beautiful photography, delicious-looking food! Yum!

Carri said...

Your post just reminded me that soon our local farmer's market will move from their current indoor location back outside!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Chiara M said...

I have heard so many great things about this book so far. I'd be overjoyed to win it!

As always, your photography is beautiful.

Charlotte said...

wow, everything looks so fresh and delicious!

Katie said...

I keep seeing photos and recipes from this book and I keep wanting it more and more!

sweetsbycaroline said...

Great photos and recipes!

the chirpy bird said...

Oh my goodness oh my goodness! yes please! This looks absolutely amazing! My favorite kind of literature!
xx t

Linda J-H said...

I am such a fan of Heidi and her website. I would love the book. I am drooling looking at those photos.

emilyintheglass said...

Two worlds collide! Heidi's was the first blog I ever started following, hers are the first recipes I ever learned, and yours is the first blog I found through a blogroll -- Heidi's! Thank you for such a special treat every day!

Kelly said...

What an amazing cookbook! Love the pictures!

KateMcGrath said...

These recipes look wonderful. I would love to win this book!

Rebecca said...

Oh please, oh please, oh please let me win. I've been dying to own this cookbook!

A said...

Heidi is such an inspiration to eating well and experimenting in the kitchen

Leila said...

Wow! Those recipes look amazing. I would love to win a copy and explore the them on my own.

Renee, Your Sweet Tooth Therapist said...

You had me at macaroon tart! OMG these pics make me want to take a bite out of the monitor.

Serena said...

Using pixie tangerines in a cake is genius! I never thought of that :D (yes, I'm that stupid) ...and pleeease let me be the one who gets that wonderful book!!

Jenn, Pint-sized Pioneering said...

Lovely!

E lise said...

I would love love love to win her book,

yours sincerely,
Elise

urbanpotato said...

It's so awesome that the recipes include grams for those of us that need to covert the flours to the gluten-free varieties!

onewetfoot said...

I was already excited about her new book when Heidi published a recipe sampler, but now that reviews and posts are popping up everywhere, I can hardly wait to get my hands on it. We have her previous cookbook and love it. Her philosophy of food is so in tune with our time and her recipes and photography are so good.

Juliana said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I love Heidi's recipes and would enjoy having a copy of her newest book.

katieatthekitchendoor said...

Heidi's was the first food blog I ever discovered, eventually leading me to a whole wonderful world. Would love to check out her cookbook!

C. said...

I would love to win the book!

Laura said...

All those dishes look delicious!

I love natural food, it is all about the fresh flavors.

I hope you are having a great week!

Adi said...

Thank you for this giveaway!
Gluten free recipes are great for Passover, so I am getting beautiful ideas here!

adiluria [at] yahoo [dot] com

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