Four Cookbook giveaway

4 Cookbook GIVEAWAY!

I’m cleaning out my office and giving away these four brand new cookbooks (I have two copies of Katie Chin’s Everyday Chinese Cookbook). These cookbooks address a specific audience: kids who want to learn to cook, anyone jumpstarting a diet and exercise plan, and those wanting to cook Chinese food. If any of these cookbooks speak to you, please fill out the Rafflecopter to win and specific your first, second and third choice.

 

The Help Yourself Cookbook for Kids by Ruby Roth

This cook has 60 easy plant-based recipes that kids can make to stay healthy and save the world! Big promises? Perhaps. But getting your kids to cook for themselves is a gift that keeps giving. Ruby Roth makes kid friendly food in this appealing cookbook. Some recipes just require assembly while others will need the stove turned on. Whether you cook these recipes with your kids, or have older kids try on their own, everyone when kids learn a valuable life skill. [cookbook for kids, ages 6 and up]

Natalie Jill’s 7 Day Jumpstart: Unprocess Your Diet with Super Easy Recipes

There are just enough glorious four color photographs of food to inspire anyone to make the food because it looks delicious. This cookbook focuses on a healthy lifestyle of whole foods, healthfully prepared. The recipes are all GLUTEN FREE and an exercise program is included. This is a cookbook for anyone ready to start a new healthy lifestyle with a seven day plan to get started. [fitness and health cookbook]

Katie Chin’s Everyday Chinese Cookbook

In a homage to her remarkable mother, Leeann Chin, Katie makes popular Chinese dishes accessible to everyone in the same manner that her mother did for the people in the twin lakes region with a large chain of Chinese restaurants. From potstickers to Kung Pao Chicken to vegetarian dishes as well, this is a cookbook for anyone who wanted to recreate food they’ve experienced at their favorite Chinese restaurant. [Chinese cookbook]

Four Cookbook GIVEAWAY!

Four Cookbook giveaway

Please fill out the Rafflecopter below to win. Specify in a comment your first, second and third choice. Thanks! I can only mail to U.S. due to high cost of shipping.

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

26 Comments

  1. Christina

    My first choice would be the Help Yourself Cookbook, then the 7 Day Jumpstart, then Katie Chin.

  2. Dee

    First choice would definitely be the Help Yourself Cookbook. My son loves to cook! Second choice would be the Chinese cookbook because I’ve always wanted to make potstickers! So third would be the 7-day Jump Start. Thanks, Mia!

  3. Jamie Martin

    Help Yourself, Chinese, 7 Day is my top picks. Looks like we all want the Help Yourself!

  4. Jennifer

    1. Everyday Chinese
    2. Help Yourself Cookbook
    2. Jumpstart

  5. Nancy Wright

    1. Everyday Chinese
    2. Help Yourself
    3. 7 Day Jumpstart

    All are Awesome!

  6. Olivia

    1. 7 Day Jumpstart
    2. Help Yourself
    3. Everyday Chinese

  7. Kathy

    They all look great but my picks would be:

    1. Help Yourself Cookbook for Kids, 2. Jump Start and 3. Katie Chin’s Everyday Chinese

  8. Renee Alam

    1- Help Yourself Cookbook for kids
    2-7 day Jumpstart
    3- Chinese cookbook

  9. 1- 7 day jumpstart, because we are a gluten-free home and always looking for recipes!
    2- help yourself cookbook. Emma LOVES to cook.
    3- Chinese cookbook. Hopefully we can adapt the non-gluten-free recipes and still have them work!
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  10. DJ

    1. 7 Day Jumpstart
    2. Everyday Chinese
    3. Help Yourself

  11. The vegan cookbook is really beautiful – I’m not vegan, but I can really appreciate the idea of encouraging children to get involved in the kitchen, to know where their food comes from, and to learn how to make healthy choices.

  12. Carolsue

    1) Katie Chin’s Everyday Chinese Cookbook
    2) Help Yourself
    3) 7 Day Jumpstart

  13. Vera K

    My preferences are 1) 7 day jump start, 20 Everyday Chines, and 3) Help Yourself.

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