Marmalades...A Cookbook Giveaway

Tuesday, October 09, 2012


Marmalades Cookbook
Radio silence once again. If you know me, you also know that this is not my usual thing to be this quiet. Lots and lots happening again. Generally, I would never come up with reasons why I did let something get a bit more silent (this page) but this time, tonight, there are plentiful and I am letting them all be.

Marmalades Cookbook
The last five months have turned into a blurr. Many destinations. Workshops. Two cookbooks shoots. Fifty recipes for other clients. A job proposal. An acceptance. A house hunt. A bare bone move (seriously moved with three boxes labeled kitchen, clothes, toiletries and office. Oh and some props, linens, reflectors and strobes...)** And my first day working with amazing talent propping and styling the recipes I will be shooting.

Marmalades Cookbook
A wave of emotions is taking hold of me as I reflect on the years gone by. I am sitting in an empty living room. It's an unsually chilly day for Birmingham, I am told. I have a fire going. Some hot soup on the stove. A glass of wine. This is it. What comes to my mind, very clearly, though is how I would have never imagined the winding roads of this career would take me to this moment.


Marmalades Cookbook
Yet, how everything I did in my work was never by chance but always from a place of hard work and desire of a job well done. How goodness comes to one's own heart by just trusting yourself onto others. How just opening up your guts and heart to the universe gives you ten times the hopes you sent out there. How leading lights of desires, friendships, mentors and aspirations, inspirations lead one to just pack up and go seek a better life for the ones you love.


I am not alone. Bill has been the best team mate of all. He fully let me take hold of the direction of this team of two we created 14 years ago. That's big. And then there is the team at work. Mindblowingly creative. I feel completely supported to bring myself into team project. A place where individual growth will happen as I work on many different collaborative projects.


Marmalades Cookbook
Good people working on fun projects always make for a fun day at work. That is one if the reasons I wanted to share this book I photographed a few months ago, Marmalades by Elizabeth Fields (Running Press). It just came out and while I take a little time getting situated in my new life, I wanted to share with you some good old fashioned and modern marmalades recipes by giving away a couple of copies of the book, courtesy of Running Press.


All you have to do to participate is to leave a comment on this post. Two winners will be picked at random this Sunday October 14th, midnight central time. The giveaway is open to all, one comment per person, (no anonymous comments please).
Good luck!
** some of you seem to think I permanently moved with three boxes. No! That's all I could bring to Birmingham before flying out of the country for a shoot and coming back directly to Birmingham. I have not been home to Charleston to get my stuff since mid September. If I had the luxury of time and space, you bet I would have taken a couple more....!

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Pam Abraham said...

Much success in your new adventure. Love seeing your beautiful photography.

Pam

Alison said...

Oh marmalade, early morning, birds singing, cup of tea toast what more would anyone want!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

What a gorgeous cover! I would love a copy!

W. Ong said...

Me! Me! Oh, Me, Me! Pick Me! Please...

Anonymous said...

I went to a boarding school when I was in high school and I remember making fresh lime marmalade, so much fine but my hands all wrinkled up from the acid... lots of memory. Thanks for the give away.
Daisy
kydchiu(at)yahoo(dot)com

Grace said...

Great pictures! Beautiful as always!

danube66 said...

Good luck! And thanks for the book giveaway.

julie said...

Hi! I love your photography and would love a copy of the book.

Gail Lloyd said...

This cookbook looks lovely! Thank you for the chance!

jackyg said...

Helene, you have done it again. The book looks beautiful and your work amazing.

ellengorkos@yahoo.com said...

I love to try new recipes; especially when accompanied by thorough details and fantastic pictures that help me interpret it.

Mare said...

Truly beautiful, THANK YOU for the inspirations!

Mare said...

Truly beautiful, THANK YOU for the many inspirations!!

Anonymous said...

Oh, I hope I get this one, but if not, seeing the peek of it may push me to get it no matter what.

naomi

GN S said...

Congrats...the photos look amazing. I would love to win this book

Marilyn Lee said...

MARMALADE! YUMM!

cutiesteffi said...

Congrats on your move! Your blog has really inspired me and though I'm only 15, Im sure that when I grow, I will be as dedicated to my job as you

Through The Spice Rack said...

Great to see you at Squam again, and thanks for the on-going photography, food, and travel inspiration! Best wishes in Birmingham!

Yami said...

I wish I could hold a. Job like that for a day at least! God bless you Helen.
Yami

plume said...

Your pictures are amazing, you choose incredible angles. Chapeau bas!

Claire said...

Wow, a beautiful book! Can't wait to hear more about the new adventures for you in store.

Cynthia said...

The pictures look beautiful. I would love to win a copy of the book.

megnjon said...

Congratulations on all the new events in your life! The book look gorgeous and the recipes look delicious! I love your blog and look forward to more of your fabulous eye candy!

Isabella said...

I'm so glad you love your new home!
Also, every single picture looks delicious from the book! Maybe I'll buy it for myself!

Susana I. said...

Thanks for the oportunity, the book seams pretty nice.
(susyszoo@hotmail.com)

Helene said...

Jana Hyde: you won't find my name in Soughern Living magazines. inam on the cookbook division not the magazine one. That's a different floor/breed entirely :)

terry said...

Looks like a beautiful book. I love making marmaldes. Looks like a must read!!!

love2read said...

I love jams and marmalade! This book looks great.

Renata said...

Every change will bring you good and bad experiences, but all of them will make you grow! congratulations! I´d love to have the book in my hands! even if I have to pay for it!!
Congratulations!!!
Renata

Rowena Walker said...

Beautiful book! I've learned so much from your posts! Thank you!!

Ms Joey Nicole said...

I want to try homemade marmalades but I don't know where to or how start! Maybe this book can help.

Anonymous said...

i love fresh jam especially on savory sandwiches!


Corisa
jubinsky2114@yahoo.com

Lynna said...

You`re busy and that's good! You get to do what you love! :D

All That's Left Are The Crumbs said...

Beautiful photos and the book looks wonderful.

AmyRuth said...

I hope you have a warm blanket to go with your glass of wine. I love that you are following your heart and your diligent work and talent have brought you opportunities that make your heart happy.

The photos - of course they are fabulous. Can't wait to learn more. Please
AmyRuth

AmyRuth said...

That your diligence, consistence and talent have brought opportunity to you is such a huge blessing and also fabulously exciting to all who admire you.

A beautiful post and lovely story telling.

Stay warm and savor the challenges.
AmyRuth

What's Cookin" Good Lookin" said...

Just found Tartelette... your vibrations touched my corner of the universe! So excited to be invited to cherish your Marmalade Book. Thank you for your kindness. debbieb919@gmail.com

Daniela said...

this looks absolutely fantastic, good luck for everything....

Uma Miller said...

The book makes my mouth water... Just opened the last jar of last year's tangerine marmalade... Our family's favorite!

tutusandtea said...

What a gorgeous post this is.... so exciting and inspiring for your readers to pursue their dreams, passions, goals while balancing a healthy family at the same time.. congratulations!!! Your work is absolutely stunning, bravo!

Michelle said...

I would love to start making jam to go with my freshly baked goodies. Congratulations!!

xx michelle

Katarzyna said...

Dear Helene, i love to start a day with your words and photos :). Jams and marmalades are the best way to survive grey Autumn days!
All best,
Kasia

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful book! I'd love to win one.

Also, congratulations on your always lovely blog!

Fotini

Bonpierce said...

I would love to have this beautiful book!

Lara said...

Hi Hélène, all the best for your new projects and thank you for your amazing and inspiring blog. It makes me always feel happy!
I'd like to win the book, since I've a 2 years old quince tree in my garden which has 20 almost ripe quinces. I need new ideas to use them!!
Hugs from Tuscany and have fun! ;-)

Beth said...

The book looks gorgeous! I just started making spreads (outside of pesto :) with a lemon curd. As always, the homemade version is much better than what you find in the store. I'd love to try these new ideas!

CJ Pillow said...

This is pure eye candy!

Kristen Mastel said...

Recipies and photos look delicious

LeeRB said...

Those marmalades look gorgeous!

Kim Bee said...

Congrats on the move and new opportunities. We just moved my son across Canada for school. We packed what would fit in the SUV and that's all he brought. Hopefully he's home for Christmas to pick up more stuff.

Look forward to meeting you at Whipped.

Alexis R. said...

The book looks amazing! I've always wanted to make marmalade. Best of luck in your new home!

jennifer_f said...

Congratulations...can't wait to explore the whole book!

valerie s. said...

All the best in your new home! Love your work. The book is beautiful, sign me up!

Grace W. said...

This book looks so wonderful! I love your blog and can't wait to hear how you are adjusting to life in Birmingham!

Much love...

Samantha Solis said...

Thanks for such a lovely giveaway. The book looks amazing!!

TK said...

So beautiful! Congratulations and best wishes!

queencake and titangirl said...

good luck for all you are doing right now! and the book looks lovely!

Nicole said...

Having just moved to Boston from New York myself - I can completely relate. Lucky for me all my boxes came (but none of the furniture to put anything away in!)

Bon courage!

- Nicole

Natasha said...

It all looks so amazing, I'd love to try the recipes.

Aurora said...

These all look so yummy!!! thanks for the opportunity.

aurora6772 at sbcglobal dot net

Suzie Qzie said...

I can't wait to pick up a copy of this beautiful book. I am just as excited about the photos as I am about the recipes. It looks like a beautiful book. Thank you for sharing!

merin4ik said...

Beautiful photographs! Thanks for that giveaway!

Li coisas doces said...

Alô Helene, Je suis trés content pour vous. Beautiful things always happen to people that deserve it. Merci Beaucoup from Portugal, Li

Sareberry said...

Delicious! My mom didn't like marmalades so I never got any as a kid, and now I just can't get enough!

kate said...

i love your photography Helene! this book looks amazing. if i don't win this book, i will probably buy it anyway! so beautiful!

Guppymomma said...

That book looks lovely in both idea and photo.

Bianca said...

Holy Marmalade! I NEED this book! I am Sweet. Savoury, And a sophisticated taste. Or is that ACQUIRED taste...? Either way, I am clearly in need of this awesomeness in the form of a book.

Michelle Stephens said...

Beautiful photos. Thanks for an opportunity to win this book :)

Jenn Mac said...

It's good to be part of a team - my husband is my number one fan, and I am his. It's a wonderful thing.

GiGi said...

Yum! What a wonderful cookbook.

Andreea said...

beautiful pictures as always ;-)

Teri said...

Definitely going to try the Rugelach!!! Congrats!!! :)

Marie said...

Such a lovely post, I am so encouraged and blessed by you and all that you learn and teach. The book looks and sounds beautiful!
Congratulations on your latest adventure!
Many blessings to you
~ Marie

Harborgirl said...

Enjoy your photos and journal of "life" would love a copy of the cookbook for my 93 year old father who makes marmelade every year at least two times. Best to you! Virginia

Mary Carl said...

Best Wishes, a new direction is always exciting...and inspiring for us, your faithful readers.

Crumbs N Crust said...

Congratulations ! What a beautiful book... Everything you touch is beautiful = )

Thank you for the giveaway

Blessings

growntocook said...

Once again - so beautifully photographed! I am elbows deep in preserving some of our fall harvest for the winter - would love to get new inspiration for preserving!

Elena said...

... dalla mia casetta nel bosco, un bosco in Italia oggi pieno di kaki quasi maturi sull'albero... mai fatto una marnellata in vita mia, ma è il mio sogno, le adoro e vorrei provare a cuocerne una tutta mia... chissà che con un libro con istruzioni che mi aiutano...
grazie, e che immagini meravigliose, mi sorride il cuore! Elena

Madli said...

wow, this book looks so beautiful.
Hope i'll have a chnce to read it too :)

The Savory and The Beautiful said...

Just turned 33 a couple days ago and you gave me so much to think about. I send your way positive energy and best wishes. Don't forget to make time to just sit in some bubbles till your skin is all pruney xoxo

Barb White said...

One of my most favorite times of year is making jams & chutney from the summer bounty! At the holidays friends and family look forward to my peach marmalade and my brinjal chutney (eggplant). I am always on the look-out for new flavors and combinations and can't wait to find your book to add to my collection! Congratulations on such a wonderful accomplishment! Getting published is an awesome feat.

Maria_NJ said...

thank you for a chance to win this great book...

mmcmm 563 at comcast dot net


your macaron recipe is to die for!!!

seya said...

Ohhh, I love that book colors!

Phoebe said...

Gorgeous photos and the such wonderful looking jams!

Michelle said...

The book looks beautiful. My husband loves marmalade!

Julie (matundmi) said...

oh wow helene, im deeply impressed by your photos. and i love marmalade, especially from quinces or apricots. they are best with a little twist like added poppy seeds, herbs or saffron!

Kate Todd said...

Love the blog! and I totally relate to this post, moving is crazy. Best of luck!

Elaine said...

The photographs are so enticing!

Cheryl Bach said...

Thanks so much for the chance to win! I absolutely love your photography!

Molly Keener said...

Cheers and peace to you as you settle into this new phase of your journey!

Desi said...

Beautiful photos as always! Would love to win this cookbook. It looks like so much fun!

Marie D said...

"Imagine" I imagine beautifull cherries, apricots on the trees, a so nice kithchen to do marmelade. I dream of "orange sanguines" , "kiwis"... which will become sweet marmelade for " a french petit déjeuner avec une baguette" (french breakfast with baguette). Congratulations to allow us to dream with so nice pictures.

The Mamasita said...

What wonderful idea for a book. I would love to be able to make some this yumminess with my little family!

Liz said...

Congrats on the new adventure. The photos are lovely. When I was younger, I never looked twice at marmalade. But on a trip to London, I had toast with orange marmalade with my tea every morning, and fell in love. I've only tried them once or twice, even though I do a lot of regular jams, but would like to concentrate on marmalades this winter and expand my repertoire. This book looks so fabulous!

dervla @ The Curator said...

marmalade is the best on buttered bread with a cup of tea - would love to learn how to make it!

Karlijn said...

Beautiful pictures, I really hope I win a copy of this wonderful book! I love making everything from scratch, like sauces or peanut butter or jams and marmalades, so this book would be the perfect company in my kitchen.

CrossEm said...

Marmalade! I love it!

Sarah said...

I was just in Birmingham visiting family! (I grew up near there and went to high school in Birmingham.) Looking forward to seeing all of the beautiful things you cook with Alabama fruits and veggies--our peach season is the best in the world!

p.s. I have this idea that you and Caitlin from Roost are going to become best friends and write a cookbook together :)

Jane said...

Congrats!
I like food photography very much too!Your photos are stunning!

Valerie Glasscock said...

Beautiful book! So glad to hear you are living your dream!

SteLL said...

Stunning work! :)

Lynn Warnesky said...

Such a wonderful blog. I've been following for 2 years now. Thanks for the great giveaway!

thedragonflywoman.com said...

My husband would be the happiest man on the planet if I made that rugelach! This book looks fantastic.

Julita said...

Amazing book! Great concept. It just looks so beautiful!

Alexia Lim said...

Oh, yum. Marmalade always reminds me of Paddington Bear- he always made me crave marmalade sandwiches!

depthsofthesea said...

I was thrilled when you told us about your new job with Oxmoor House. I've been a customer of theirs for many years.
The Marmalades book is beautiful, of course. I would be delighted to have it. I love marmalades, always have one or two around for my gf toast. I'd really like to be able to use that book to make my own for my family and to give as gifts.
Hope all goes well with your new job and new home.

Stefi Popa said...

The book looks lovely. Whenever I want something sweet I just grab a spoon of my mother's apple and peach marmalade.

Stacy said...

"..opening up your guts and heart to the universe gives you ten times the hopes you sent out there." So true.

The book looks beautiful and I'm just learning to can, so I'd be delighted to win.

wanna_be_ana said...

your pictures make me HUNGRY! Hope luck is by my side, even if I'm lucky with Love ;)

ps. hope there's a kiwi marmelade recipe in the book, I have TONS here at home (in Italy).

Silvina C. said...

Loved this book. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

Birgit's Patisserie said...

Hello Helene,

Congratulation to your job, an understanding husband/team mate and the book.
I don't know if you have the time to read all these lovely comments - there are a lot. I am one who's reading, admiring and learning from you in the background but now I have to write to you. And as you have moved from my home country Austria to the UK nearly 20 years ago.
Have your book to teach me photography - great book and soon I saw your new book 'Marmalade' I could not wait to win it no I had to buy it straight away. Beautiful!!!
BUT and this I cant understand, the author Elizabeth Field thanked so many people in her 'Acknowledgments' forgetting the very important person who made her finished product come alive. Without the lovely photos I would have not bought the book.
Well done!!!

Suzana said...

So nice to hear all the (good) news!! Bonne chance for the new phase of you life -- I'm sure you'll do great. And thank you for the beautiful photos and lovely recipes you've been sharing for so many years. Very inspiring!

Being a diehard fan of marmalade, this book looks like heaven!

Helene said...

Birgit: she did not thank me because she did not know who would be doing the photography. Authors don't know their photographers until they have already sent in their completed manuscripts, most of the time.

Marilyn said...

I love marmalade, in fact have a small business called Marmalady's. Congratulations on your new adventures in life.

Laurie Cupolo Augusty said...

Amazing photos. Inspiring story.

Jennifer Harwood said...

This book looks divine! I've never really considered a savoury marmalade, but now it makes perfect sense! It'd be a lovely book to have :)

Julie O. said...

Oh my, this book looks so gorgeous! Nice job!

Heather said...

this book looks beautiful and its recipes look delicious!

Katie Rudolph said...

Yum! I would love a copy of the book!

Rose Fern said...

Congratulations on the book (gorgeous photos, as always0 and on your moving. Life is full of changes. Lately I've been thinking the exact same thing about opening up to others. It does feel like you're getting multiple love back. IT'S MAGIC! I'm sending you my best wished on your new start!

Severin Nicole Gibbons said...

I adore making jam. I just started making jam this year. and so far I've made 3 batches of loquat chutney, 2 batches of strawberry, a batch of surnam cherry and malbec, a strawberry lime.... and on the stove at this very minute I have strawberry/cranberry with balsamic red onions and pepper and my 3rd batch of dark & stormy strawberry (a rum & ginger combo that is a play off of my country's popular dark & stormy drink). Plan to give jam as gifts this christmas and this book would really help with that. fingers crossed!

Hayley K said...

looks absolutely delicious! thanks for the giveaway!

Nicole said...

This book truly kooks like a piece of art! Congratulations!

Monica Thomas said...

The book looks beautiful. Congratulations. AND, best of luck in Birmingham with your new job. That's awesome!

rachel said...

Ohhh - yes. I would so love a copy of this! thanks for the chance;)

reallymostsincerely.com said...

This is me leaving a comment. :-)

Chioma said...

Congratulations on everything. May your days be better. I would love to own your book. This is a long shot at winning cos I never win anything but i'll just try. Looking forward to trying out the art of making "marms" as my generals(my husband and son) call it. Thanks

Modini said...

Looks beautiful! By the way, I just recieved your book, reading it now..Thank you for helping a soon, newreleased blogger of food in Norway ;=) Modini

cmf said...

This book looks lovely -- you pretty much had me at 'cherry marmalade.'

MaryAnn said...

Congrats on your new job. The best for you always. Thank you for letting me learn so much from you. I just love marmalades and would love to try new recipes.

Thank you god bless.
ldychef@aol.com

bianca @ sweet dreaming said...

congrats! the book looks lovely :)

Emily said...

Marmalade separates the boys from the men. Food of the gods.

Croquer à Pleines Dents said...

Your photos are beautiful, and the book looks great too. Congrats!

Dankengallo said...

Oh i L O V E to hav e this book!

Good luck with your new house, job and everything.

we here for you!

thanks!

Dan Weiss
israel
dankengallo@gmail.com

Chri said...

Absolutely gorgeous photos! I've been tinkering with homemade marmalades and jams. They make such wonderful gifts with a good loaf of homemade bread.

Isabel Z said...

It's always an inspiration to sit down and enjoy your beautiful blog. Thank you for taking the time to create something that brings me joy.

Susan said...

Helene,
The very best to you on your new job and new chapter in your life! Congrats!

Christine said...

Marmalade makes such a good holiday present . . .

Karlijn said...

Really hope I win!!!
The book looks great!

karlijn _ keessen (at) hot mail dot com

beetle said...

Wonderful pictures, as usual!
Thanks for the opportunity to win the book.

Laura said...

Your photos are so inspiring and make me want to run out and make marmalade today! Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful book.

Gigi said...

I love marmalade. Every kind of marmalade. Savory & Sweet. Congratulations on your beautiful book! I would love to learn how to make home made marmalades.

Delicious on muffins in the morning or scrumptious with cheese and yummy bread for dinner.

Beth Jankauskis said...

Gorgeous pictures! Everything looks so delicious!

Cindy Ruth said...

I love marmalade and would love a new cookbook.

N2 said...

Good luck with the new job and home. You will settle in. I have a bitter orange tree outside my kitchen window in CA, I would love some new marmalade recipes. Thanks for the opportunity. x0 N2

ALise said...

Congrats on the new chapter on your life.
This book looks amazing!

Molly Aleza Vogel said...

Cheers to following your hearts desires! You are as beautiful as your photography in every way. Your blog is always a place of a inspiration. For me, it is beyond words to see other people living out their lives in this way. It isn't the easiest path to embark upon (the creative and somewhat free form, unstructured artistic endeavor) but when it is your true calling it helps to see the possibilities that others have opened up in the world. Thank you.

Jessica said...

Wow. These look amazingly delicious!

October Rose said...

Thank you for this giveaway! :)

Ms. Divine said...

Congratulations on all the LIFE that's happened that leaves this space a little more quiet than usual!

Natalia Bienias said...

Oh my. I hope I'm not too late for a comment :)

leslie@thel-list.com said...

The book looks beautiful!!!! Thank you for the giveaway!!!

CaitlynKwi said...

The books looks beautiful! I would love to add it to my collection!


cakwai2@hotmail.com

Rayna said...

Such a beautiful book!I am so glad that your life seems to be so fulfilling (albeit busy). Such an inspiration to me!!

sandir said...

Marmlades OH!! YES I love to eat them, love to make them and would love to wint this book.

Just found you through Lucy's Kitchen Notebook, and am so glad I did.

Amanda said...

IT looks amazing!!

Shannon Marsh said...

What a lovely book. There's something wonderful about marmalade....even the word just rolls off your tongue. I love grapefruit marmalade the best, but your post reminded me of the membrillo - so delicious with cheese. I'd so love to add some new recipes to my repetoire.

Barbara Penn at barbarapenn@att.net said...



Always love your photos. Did I see a plate of ham & biscuits? True Southern food! My grandmother baked "cat head" biscuits in her woodstove every Sunday and served them with freshly churned butter. We loved putting ham, sausage patties, or pork loin in those biscuits. Your marmalades would have been yummy too. (For those of you unfamiliar with "cat head" biscuits, they are biscuits as big as a cat's head!)

Connie said...

Marmelade is wonderful! Your blog is beautiful.

MJ said...

The limes are getting ripe her in Florida. Much citrus to come...

Ellie said...

Looks delicious!

JgWM said...

Just found your blog. Take time to adjust to the changes and enjoy life.

What a beautiful book and inspirational photos. Thanks, Gayle

Silvana said...

Congrats for you new job! Hope to get in time for the giveaway!

Radhika @ Just Homemade said...

Helene,

Congratulations on this book!
What a beautiful post!
Your work has always been inspirational to me. It is awesome to read about you taking new heights in your career.
Wishing you many many more successes and creative satisfaction galore as you continue to reach ahead..

Ultimate Cake said...

Good luck on all your endeavors!

Dark Amber said...

I realise it's too late to win anything, but just wanted to say that up until recently Dubai has not been the best place for marmalades and jams(and I thus never payed attention to the stuff). But Fauchon opened several years ago and Pierre Herme has recently opened a small stand in the local Galaries Lafayette selling exotic Christine Ferber jams such as Fraises Mara des Bois (who would have thought?), so perhaps it is high time that I re-educate my yearning palate!

Biblioholicbeth said...

So nice to read this post - you sound so at peace and so aware of your blessings. Congratulations on all of the wonderfulness, and may much more be in store for you :)

Colette said...

I'd love to win a copy of the book!

Caitlin said...

Your photography is beautiful! Just wanted to share that. I'm new to your blog and have been enjoying it. Marmalades are something I have not yet tried myself, although my mother makes some every year. I've been getting inspired since the last batch she gave me.

Peasepudding.wordpress.com said...

It has been an incredible journey Helene, you are a true inspiration for anyone following their dreams.

Terrah said...

ooh! I love marmalade! and congrats on the move!

miniaturerhino said...

Congrats on your book Helene! So much here to be proud of & enjoyed. Looks like a beautiful book, full of beautiful images...

....... said...

congrats! this is absolutely amazing would love to win something like this. marmalades sound like a fun task! gigi, food and beauty blogger @ www.gigikkitchen.blogspot.com

Dolores said...

Helene, after many years looking for membrillos finally I got some and last weekend I made quince paste!!! and now it´s on one of your pictures.. I want that book!!! the pictures are soooooo inviting.... Good luck with all the changes and challenges...

Dolores

bedobani said...

Marmalade speaks of warmth, comfort and times shared with loved ones, when time stands still and silence speaks. I havn't tried making them myself but hope to soon after reading this wonderful post!

Eleonora Festari said...

Congratulations on the new job...
And of course thanks for this opportunity!

mrspao said...

Gorgeous cookbook.

Helen Stott said...

Thank you for the beautiful pictures and recipes.

Kristin said...

The book is beautiful!

Tian zhu said...

I love your blog! and the book looks sooooo good!!

Anastasia said...

Oh yum! <3 marmalade. Congrats on the move!

Tamara said...

amazing photos, love your blog

Phoenix Ascending said...

Dearest Helene,

So happy for you, Bill, and life. You've been a strong inspiration throughout and especially after Squam June 2012. Keep on rocking your funky style!

Love the photos ... Marmalade and jam have long been favorites in our home. Beautiful as always.

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