Citrus Mint Salad & A Cookbook Giveaway!

Friday, March 30, 2012

Where Women Celebrate Cookbook

Thank you everyone for your get well wishes. It was a slow cooking/blogging week. Perfect opportunity to tell you about a project I was thrilled to be part of earlier last year. Along with some pretty awesome authors, photographers, bloggers, crafters, I was asked by the magazine Where Women Cook, to be part of their book project, "Where Women Cook: Celebrate!". The book is a collection of women's stories on how they celebrate and gather the people they love around them.

The instant I read the first lines of the project, I knew I wanted to tell the story of how my grandmother used to celebrate. Above all the traits I inherited from her, this is by far the strongest one. The project was easy: tell with pictures and a few recipes your favorite way to celebrate, how you gather the people you love ad create lasting memories.

Tthe theme I chose to feature and photograph was the same one my grandmother would pick for family gathering: a Berber Couscous with merguez sausages, stewed veggies, chicken and mutton. Plenty of couscous and harissa to go around too. Both my grandparents were in Morocco for a extensive period of time, ten years apart, both my parents were born there, ten years apart. Moroccan cuisine is very much part of my family coding. It's celebration food for us.

Where Women Celebrate Cookbook

My friend John at Lana Restaurant provided all the bistro bowls, silverware and napkins I needed. We set out a pretty table with flowers in mason jars and lots of natural twine.

Where Women Celebrate Cookbook

We strung some lights across the trees and all over the yard.

Where Women Celebrate Cookbook

The girls got busy making pretty flower arrangements while I was finishing cooking and John was grilling. The other guys in the group got busy with quality control and opening wine bottles.

Where Women Celebrate Cookbook

We sat down by the water and cheered, laughed, ate well, raised our glasses and polished off many servings of couscous. My grandmother would have been proud of us!

Saffron Honey Ice Cream

We took a break, played some silly games and found some room for Honey Saffron Ice Cream and Cardamon Shortbread Cookies.

Where Women Celebrate Cookbook

Fanny and Patrick from Bin 152 provided much of the wines and we lingered at the dinner table and watched the sun set over the water. We talked for hours and I completely forgot to serve a family favorite palate cleanser, a Citrus Mint Salad.

Citrus Mint Salad

So here it is. The one recipe that never made it into the cookbook, my grandmother's super easy refreshing Citrus Mint Salad (check at the end of the post).

For the Berber Couscous and the Honey Saffron Ice Cream & Cardamom Cookies recipes, I encourage you to check out the book, "Where Woman Cook: Celebrate!". You will also be able to discover some of the amazing women who participated in the project such as Ree of Pioneer Woman, Angie of Bakerella, and Molly of Orangette.

You could also...enter a giveaway to win a copy of the book, right?! Well, here it is! I am indeed giving away one copy of "Where Women Cook: Celebrate!". All you have to do to enter is leave a comment to this post, between Friday March 30th and Monday April 2nd, midnight Eastern Standard time when a winner will be picked at random. And yes, I will ship overseas.
Just a few guidelines: no anonymous comments, one comment per person and prize must be claimed within 48 hours or another winner will be chosen.

Citrus And Mint Salad:

Serves 4

1 pink grapefruit
1 white grapefruit
1 large orange
1/4 cup fresh mint, chopped
3 tablespoons honey

Supreme the pink and white grapefruit as well as the orange. (here are great instructions on how to supreme citrus)
Place the fruit segments with the mint and honey in a non reactive bowl and let sit at room temperature for 20 to 30 minutes. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Divide among bowls or ramekins, adding some of the natural juices over the fruit.

273 comments:

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maddalenna said...

I'd love to win a copy of the book and gift it to my mom this Mother's Day! :)

amy beth marantino said...

i would love to win this book.

Jen said...

I Love grapefruit- i have just never had a white grapefruit. Sounds very refreshing. Beautiful pictures!

LadyWild said...

What a lovely party and even more lovely food!

Emma Slipp said...

Sounds like a beautiful book! Can't wait to get it and read it!!

terri said...

I love middle eastern food--thanks for sharing your family's memories (and the recipe).

Michelle Stiles said...

Oh my. Great story. Looks like a great round up i would love to read.

moni.zuza said...

Sounds like a fun book to cook with. :)

Mary said...

Looks like an amazing project!

Amy said...

Sounds like an awesome cookbook to have. I'm sure I'll have lots of fun cooking along with each recipe. :) Have a great weekend.

DeniseMarie said...

I am putting this book on my wish list! Yum!

Jacqui said...

Beautiful, I can't wait for warmer nights to eat outside again! And such a wonderful idea for a book!

G. said...

This sounds like a beautiful book and a perfect Mother's Day gift. I love how you incorporated your heritage into your entry.

Mel said...

Your photography is stunning, thank you for being such an inspiration.

sam said...

This looks like a wonderful book!

Sarah said...

I love fruit salads, so this looks wonderful and fresh for Spring!

Jen said...

oooo, I hope I'm chosen, I need that book in my life!

glutenfreewife said...

beaultiful way to celebrate

Becca said...

Looks like a fantastic party! My grandmother is my biggest inspiration in the kitchen and the reason I love visiting home so much. No one can cook like her! I would love to win a copy of the cookbook, sounds wonderful! :)

Elizabeth said...

Looks like a fabulous party. Thanks for the recipe.

k. wong said...

your pictures are lovely! and that cookbook sounds great :)

suzy hausfrau said...

Stunning book I would love to have it.

Marina@Picnic at Marina said...

I smiled then I've read that you forgot to serve grapefruit salad: it happens to me some times too with either appetizer or a dessert. I am glad you are back and well.

Winter said...

Beautiful pictures!

Anne said...

This sounds so lovely! I lived in Charleston about 15 years ago and reading your posts and seeing your photos bring me right back...thank you!

MerveillesbyEstelle said...

Oh my, couscous... I miss Moroccan food so much in the US. One of my must eat food when I'm in Paris.
Thank you for the recipe :)

Kiran @ KiranTarun.com said...

Gorgeous gathering, foods and amazing photography -- I've never had a white grapefruit before. Looks so yummy :)

Krista said...

The book sounds great; hope I win. As always, I enjoy your photography and blog. cheers!

Angie said...

I love the magazine and would love to win this book!

Cindy Martin said...

Honey Saffron Ice Cream?! Yes, Plzzzzzz! :)

Sara said...

That salad looks delicious!

Jiffy said...

lovely photos, as usual

Anne Palmer said...

Great post and great give away!

Christie said...

Book looks great! I hope I win!

Averie @ Averie Cooks said...

that's awesome that you were featured in the book and it sounds like a book I want to read, for the recipes AND the stories!

angiesun said...

thank you for keeping up the blog. love following you

angiesun said...

love following your blog. thanks

Tina said...

I really like the photos :) and thanks for the giveaway!

Shulamit E said...

this just makes me happy. reminds me of my time in Italy..

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Jainny said...

The project sounds awesome! Would be thrilled to win a copy of the book! The party also looks amazing. I so want to set something like this, for a big company, tasty and fun, once it gets a bit warmer where I live :)

Anonymous said...

beautiful food, photos, and people. would love to sit at your table! rene_elkaslasy@yahoo.com

Laura from Milan said...

I simply love your work! I'm a foodie and photographer myself and you're always an inspiration!

Lea said...

Beautiful pictures, as always...

Karolina said...

Thanks for sharing such a lovely,relaxed party. Saffron&honey icecream...yum!

Kimberly said...

I'd love to try the Berber Couscous dish but the wheat nature of the couscous itself is a problem for me. Is there a way to make gluten free couscous?

The pictures in the book look great. And, a citrus and mint salad is a great way, I think, to use up fresh mint from the farmers market, especially as the weather gets warmer.

Vera said...

I don't think I'd ever won a book in a giveaway, maybe this'll be the first? Sounds like a nice happy party, that was :)

Judi said...

Stunning photography, lovely story and that salad, simple but elegant, I must try it. Thank you for sharing and inspiring.

Melissa said...

Love the idea of this palette cleanser :)

Anna said...

Oh what a lovely way to gather for dinner.

Polly said...

One of the most inspiring blogs I have found recently. Just love it and it certainly has influenced the cooking, especially desserts, that I do everyday sailing around in warmer climates. Thank you Helene for such wonderful recipes, pictures and stories, my taste buds are in constant overdrive...

Anna Durmus said...

Je voudrais bien avoir ce livre! Je vous assure que je vais d'en profiter! Merci pour vos photos et votre generosite!

Eva said...

I am really thrilled and enjoy this site. The recipes, the photos, the fun everyone has. It is a great feeling to enjoy the recipes and the company enjoying your food. Thank you for this site and the great taste. Eva

riandei said...

Lovely.....ide like to get my hands on it

Sihi said...

Such a simple yet elegant recipe. Love the picture too. Thanks for the giveaway. Would be so much fun to receive a copy and enjoy it.

Liz Rueven said...

Would love to read and see these talented ladies' perspectives all in one place! Thanks for the giveaway.

Maria said...

What beautiful memories. What a beautiful meal. Thanks for sharing!

Vicki Bensinger said...

I enjoy reading the issues of Where Women Cook and each time think to myself, "how can I get in that book as a guest" so I'm happy someone I know made it in there. I'd love to win this book especially knowing the works of many bloggers in it.

Your dinner sounded delicious and as always the photos and story of how you selected the menu are heartwarming.

One of these days I"ll be lucky enough to be traveling through a city that you're doing a photography class. In the meantime I will practice using the skills from your book.

Congrats on being in The book, "Where Women Cook: Celebrate!

Marina said...

what a beautiful dinner! love citrus-mint salad!

Jeanette Lunde said...

Your photos are amazing. Thank you for the inspiration!

Pia said...

Good morning! I would absolutely love to get my hands on some more great recipes. Your post is gorgeous, as always and I can't wait to keep reading.

Much love and happy cooking!
-Pia

Claudia said...

Hi,

being from so far away, I will not enter the competiotion ;) but only want to congratulate you for the good quality time you support with friends and family! That is more worth than anything!

Hugs from Romania,
Claudia

Uschi said...

Been in Marakech, so I would like to taste the Berber Couscous .sounds womderful

Debbie said...

My family and I spent a week in Marrakech this month...and a week is too short to enjoy the glorious Moroccan foods. I would love to have this book so I could recreate a memorable meal for us to enjoy this summer with family and friends. We hope to return soon to learn more about Morocco, it's people and mostly it's food.

KAt said...

The book sounds lovely and def going to make that citrus mint salad looks gorg

Roxanne said...

I love the photos and would love to win a book. Thanks

Rachel Willen said...

What a lovely occasion, setting and sentiment! The post made me think of my mother....

Joan said...

This sounds like a beautiful and useful book. Please enter me to win and thank you. Lovely photos on your blog.

Penny said...

Beautiful food, table setting and friends. Who could ask for more. Would love to win. Thank you.

Baking in the Attic said...

What a great book! Thanks for the giveaway!

Margaret said...

This sounds like a fabulous book-very inspiring. Thanks!

Danja said...

What a lovely idea for the book. Thank you for having a giveaway. I will make the citrus salad this weekend. It looks really tasty.

thegardenercook said...

As a bored vegetarian 10 Christmases ago, I turned to my husband and then young daughters and said, "Let's do something different for the holiday!". I chose Moroccan cuisine and was surprised when we all loved the cous cous, sweet potato, almond and date tagine, and fava bean hummus on wilted greens. Even the picky one loved it.

Molly Pisula said...

What a great party! I love the decorations too. Not fussy, but so beautiful!

Elodie said...

I would really like to win this book, it seems very good!!!

Jacqui said...

Thanks for a great giveaway! :)

BakingTray said...

keep up the blogging and loving the photos! great giveaway :)

CarreyB said...

The photographs are beautiful! Looks like your contribution to the book is lovely - and tasty! Thank you for the giveaway!

Veronica for Muy Bueno Cookbook said...

Beautiful salad and the colors are perfect. I've never heard of a white grapefruit but I've cut into one for sure...thank you for sharing this simple salad! Look forward to looking for the book at bookstores.

The Dauntless Dragon said...

Thank so much for the lovely give away! I love, love, loooove citrus fruits, so I would be a very happy camper I would win ^^

Also thanks for the Citrus And Mint Salad recipe! It looks so yummy and I will definitely make it a lot this summer :)

Sophie said...

Wow this sounds like such a fantastic cookbook, thanks for this post! As always I love reading your blog.
email: sophieangeline[at]gmail.com

Brahdelt said...

Do you ship overseas? If so, I's like to win the book! *^v^*

Gourmenderies said...

Ooh! How interesant!
I be interested to read this book.
Thank you for the giveaway!

baker in disguise said...

What a book it would be!! if this post is anything to go by!! while the honey-saffron ice-cream sounds like something worth giving a shot... can I just say I'm really enamoured by those little lights you strung across...

Mom's the little one said...

your pictures always stunning, we don't need story. the pictures tell it self :)

Thank you for the giveaway ..wish i can win one of them

FLOR de Maria said...

Good friends and food --really, what else is there? Every thing looked beautiful. I would love to win the cookbook.

Robin @ our semi organic life said...

what a great giveaway! Love it!

Holli Edwards said...

Can't wait to see this cookbook. Always such beautiful photos.

Shesten Melder said...

What a fantastic looking bunch of people and FOOD! and yes, thanks for the giveaway.

Robin (Hippo Flambe) said...

Lovely photos and a salad that would be perfect this time of year.

growntocook said...

What a beutiful idea for a book to celerate women this way!

Ginger G said...

... celebrating life with food and friends, how lovely!

wentzu chang said...

xoxxxxox...love to have...

aufeinwort said...

oh, i feel like i`ve been on holiday after looking at these pictures:)and the book sounds great, would love to read it.best from berlin,anja xx

Cheryl W said...

Sounds like a wonderful celebration! Can't wait to see the book!

Anonymous said...

I would love to get win that book... Thanks for the good recipes! Caroline (caro_douny@hotmail.com)

Tracy Grant said...

I have not ever tasted any of these fabulous treats! Would love to make them :)

Barbara said...

Love your blog. I am hosting a party tomorrow and i am using you simple idea of flfowers in mason jars and the wine bottles on the table. So pretty, so simple.

Monica said...

I would love this book...I am a mother...mother's day is coming up....perfect match!! Love your site!

Pat R said...

I would love a copy...this book sounds amazing! Psrrn @aol.com

Devany said...

What a fabulous party you had! I did not even know you knew so much about Moroccan cooking! I recently made couscous from scratch for the first time and it was really an amazing departure from the dried. I am throwing my name in for this fantastic book!

EM said...

Thanks for the reminder that fruits can be enjoyed as a salad!

Cinnamon Sue's 'Wedding Celebrations' said...

Love the sound of the book in that it celebrates food and the people behind the recipes and of course would love to see the photography. Fiona

sandy said...

What a great book idea. I love to have my grandchildren help me with big family dinners.

Norma said...

I'd love to win this book. Sounds like there are so many interesting recipes in there I'd definitely like to try. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to win a copy!

Robin said...

I would love to win this cookbook and add it to my collection!

Fiona said...

What beautifully fresh looking food and photographs - fabulous!

Scott Morris said...

I think the cookbook will be the perfect gift for my wife.

I love your stuff!

sullivar said...

This is such a lovely post--celebrating memories of your grandparents! And the cookies sound divine!

Anna said...

I, too, equate my grandmother with cooking celebrations. What an honor you have made to her!

Also, I love the photo with the flower in the the hair of the guy with the green shirt. Dinner seems like it was a great deal of fun!

The Writer said...

The cook book looks lovely!

inbal de-paz said...

I hope I win, looks like a great book!

Adri H. said...

Lovely! Glad to see you're back blogging. Thanks for doing the giveaway!
adriana(at)yahoo(dot)com

Wandering Mind said...

I would love a copy of the cookbook! I can't wait to try the citrus salad. Thanks!

MB said...

Would love to win this book. I have grapefruit on hand as well as mint so will be making this salad this weekend.

KatK said...

Nothing greater than a beautifully set table, good food, great wine, and friends.

shornrapunzel said...

This book sounds amazing! I would love to win a copy.

Gail said...

Yummmm, Grapefruit with mint. Now I know what to do with the grapefruits from my tree.

zats said...

This celebration reminds me of my grandmother and how full of life she was, and how much of that still lives in me even after her passing many years ago.

Madhu said...

Good food in a pretty setting and most precious of all good family and friends! I am thrilled to see You will ship overseas!!! :-)

Sarah said...

I loved the story about your grandmother and would be very happy to read the other stories shared in the cookbook!

Brigita said...

I'd love to win this book! :))

Heather said...

What a lovely idea! Those recipes sound amazing.

Kristen Hess, The Artful Gourmet said...

I would love to win a copy of this cookbook! Live your work, very inspirational!

Kerli said...

Love cookbooks! Like to take them to the country house where I don't have internet to check cooking blogs.
Waiting for summer, fresh vegetables and berries.. Here in Estonia it is just +5 degrees.

Kunyo said...

Mmm... Moroccan cuisine! I make a batch of Moroccan spiced hummus every week, without fail! Would love to try your recipe as well :)

Allie said...

Wouldn't this book be the perfect mother's day gift?! (though it would likely be hard to part with.) Your dinner party sounds LOVELY.

Lauren said...

Wow, sound and looks like an amazing book! And your citrus and mint salad looks delicious, definitely will try it in the future.

Monica Thomas said...

Looks lovely. I'd be thrilled to 'win' a copy. I did NOT win the Mega Millions last night so this would be a great substitute.

Sunnie said...

Thanks for the giveaway, I saw this book on amazon and its in my wish list!
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Pauli said...

Who knows maybe I'll be lucky :) This book looks fantastic :)

Veronica said...

I am definitely going to try the citrus dish, it sounds very refreshing and right up my alley.

I have some brown rice couscous but need some advice on how to cook it best. It was not nice and fluffy following the box instructions. Any advice for making gluten free couscous better?

Josh Ely said...

Looks beautiful! I would love to have a copy of the cookbook!

hidden art said...

What a beautiful meal and evening (and cookbook). I look forward to your next post!

sandra said...

How wonderful that your family tradition includes Moroccan food. One of my favorite cuisines. I'd love to win this book. Thanks for offering the chance.

Trina said...

Hi Helene! I just ordered your book, Plate to Pixel on Amazon and I am anxiously awaiting delivery. I enjoy reading your blog and would love to win this cookbook.

Anonymous said...

I love collecting cookbooks and this would be a fabulous addition! =)
Corisa
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МД в картинках said...

I love cookbooks, it would be great to win this one.

Julie said...

Your party looks fantastic! I'd love to win this cookbook and make some of the recipes with my mom!

Nana Rogers said...

Oh Helene, sounds like a wonderful memory. What is better than good food, with good friends and great times? The lasting memories of it all.
I too would love to win a copy of this book, who wouldn't? More ideas for better meals with friends and family with T&T recipes.

Also glad you are feeling a bit better.

April

Sommer said...

I can't wait to use our Texas citrus to make the citrus mint salad and would love to have a copy of the cookbook.

Ardala Evans said...

What a lovely party. I adore cookbooks and would love to win this one.

Sarah R said...

Looks like a beautiful book!

Maneesha Pradhan said...

Love to win a copy if this book. Your post looks so fresh and inviting. Like spring welcoming us.

Michelle K said...

This dinner looks amazing, and so does the cookbook!

Stephane said...

Your party looks awesome. So lucky to have that family background.

I spent holidays in Tangiers with my uncle's family and was intoxicated by the feasts served at Betty Hutton's and Malcolm Forbe's parties -- my first time cooking my own Thanksgiving dinner away from home was cous cous served on thrift store Limoges, with the whole family sitting on a carpet from the Souk in Marrakesh.

Everyone fell asleep afterwards and I thought I'd poisoned them all (they were fine -- ust stuffed).

Fantazjana said...

What a charming project!!!

Akane said...

I'd love to win this cookbook! Also, looove today's recipe. Citrus fruit is always a win.

Betsi said...

Good luck to me-made me think of my grandmother and all she taught me about food and cooking.

The Devil's Food Advocate said...

This book would be a wonderful acquisition. As always, your beautiful photos tell the story perfectly.

Sixteen Paw Productions said...

The food, company and setting looked divine. The photography brought it all home for me. I would love to win a copy of the book to share with my best friend.

The Ellsies said...

Thanks for the give away- the book looks fabulous

Melissa C. said...

I'd really like to win this - thanks for the chance!
thebombbalm@gmail.com

brookeO said...

What a great salad. I'm always looking for new ways to use mint...and the grapefruit makes it that much better!

Silvina C. said...

Love your pics. They are so wonderful. I'll make your grandma's Mint citrus salad this weekend.

Carolia said...

Sounds amazing, as everything else in this blog!

Ilan @ IronWhisk.com said...

The ice cream looks heavenly :)

Pilar said...

Sounds great!

Anne said...

This is a beautiful salad. I will make this on Sunday.

Zuzana said...

such a nice giveaway, who wouldn't try, right:) love your recipes!

Zuzana said...

Such a nice giveaway!

hhardcastle said...

I would love a copy of the book! It will make a great mother's day gift for my mamma!

Steeno said...

What a beautiful setting for a relaxing evening with good friends and food!

romanholiday said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely gathering. I dream of throwing intimate dinner parties like this one. Thank you for this giveaway, too!

Nat said...

As always, beautiful photos. Looks like a fun gathering and a lovely book. Thank you :)

chroniclesofasingleton said...

As always your pictures are inviting. I think the cookbook that celebrates women chefs is lovely. Thanks for making it a giveaway.

Carmen M. said...

I am so glad you are feeling better! I love those flower arragements in mason jars strung on natural twine. Nice detail those lights across the trees. I love your photos and the recipes. The Citrus Mint Salad looks very nice, I have to try it!

Kate said...

The citrus salad looks amazing!!

Thanks for sharing - as always!

Kathleen said...

I love the way you celebrate and honor the simplicity and beauty of food and all that is does for our lives in the way of nourishment, comfort, and relationships.

Chelsy Ethridge said...

I love all those gorgeous photos! My whole life is a celebration, and what better way to celebrate than with good food and good people? I can't wait to get started on some of these recipes and throw a party of my own!

Lisa said...

I love the sound of that honey saffron ice cream.

Kim Bee said...

Now this looks like a dinner party I'd love to attend. Everyone looks like they are so content and the food looks outstanding. It's so nice to see photos of people coming together like this around a table full of incredible food. I've had saffron ice cream before so I can attest to how subtle yet decadent it is.

sarah said...

looks like such a nice evening. thanks for the chance at a great giveaway!

thedragonflywoman.com said...

Your gathering looked beautiful! I hope it was a ton of fun.

jan said...

fun party! food looks amazing!

delicioushappens.com said...

Lovely table setting! The food looks yummy too! Glad you're feeling better!

Maggie said...

thank you for the giveaway!

Julie Le Clerc said...

Thanks for sharing this lovely story of celebration! I'd love to win this book, as it sounds very inspiring :)

Through The Spice Rack said...

Beautiful photos and family stories- see you at Squam!

Ellie said...

Sounds like an amazing book. I love feeling a connection to women past, present and future when I cook.

Fracturedchaos said...

This looks amazing, I need to make myself like grapefruit and this looks like a great start.

Misty said...

A beautiful book and it would make a great mom's day gift...

Leticia Cuenca said...

Sounds like a really amazing book! Many thanks for the giveaway!

SylviaGibson said...

The Honey Saffron Ice Cream and Cardamon Shortbread Cookies looks amazing!

Nicole said...

I love the citrus and mint combination - another great summer one is watermelon mint salad - fresh mint from the garden!

rahel said...

Looks like the kind of celebration I like! Out in the garden, enjoying an evening breeze after a hot day and eating couscous...

tania@mykitchenstories said...

The pictures are lovely and the salad very simple. I am sure that the book is also great

martina said...

Even at dusk your pictures are full of light and color! Beautiful atmosphere there, you can see how much fun and relax did you have with your guest... thanks for the opportunity by the way! Cheers Martina

Louise P said...

I'd love to win that book!

Shelby said...

What a most delightful evening of family, friends and entertainment, you and your blog are just SO inspiring! The giveaway looks fantastic, here's hoping! Congratulations on your success!

Alyse said...

I would be very grateful for the chance to win this cookbook. Thank you.

Renee said...

Lovely photos as always! I would love to win the cookbook to add it to my collection.

Jeanne said...

I saw the salad photo on pinterest and it looks yummy. Your photos are beautiful. I can feel summer coming on.

Dmarie said...

thanks for this opportunity to win and thanks for such a beautiful post!

Hanneke said...

Looks amazing, would love to try the couscous, I love maroccan food

Lynette said...

Inspirational and lovely... As always!

Stephanie said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to win this beautiful cookbook!

Calico Hen said...

I would love to win~thanks!

ivedanz said...

I would love to get a copy!
Hope I will :)
Thanks anyway!

Meg S said...

This book sounds great!

And I love these photos - how fun!!

Megan said...

I would love to have a copy of the book. Thanks for the inspirations Helene!

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