Giveaway + Review: Put an Egg on It Cookbook

October 7, 2013
I was sent a copy of this wonderful cookbook from Sasquatch Books for review. Instantly, I fell in love with the photography and author, Lara Ferroni. She is after my heart! Finally, here’s a gal who appreciates eggs and all their glory as much as I do.

 

This cook book is filled with a beautiful “how-to” section in the beginning. Everything that you wanted to know about cooking eggs is covered. Next, it’s onto seventy delicious egg recipes! There are traditional eggs to even creative ones like eggs on hot dogs. I must also add that there are many recipes that call for less than ten ingredients. I love that! Lara makes cooking eggs appear easy, approachable, and for any level cook. I myself can’t wait to try the frozen strawberry souffle, the chicken and egg pot pie, and the shakshuka.

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Fine Print: Contest ends: 10.14.13 at 12 noon EST. Contest is open to residents of the US and Canada only. One entry per person. Winner will be notified via email address. One winner will be randomly selected. This item ships to US or Canadian addresses only.

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41 thoughts on “Giveaway + Review: Put an Egg on It Cookbook”

  1. An entire book about eggs is definitely my kind of book. Thanks for sharing it with us. As usual, you always bring us the funnest stuff <3

  2. MMM, eggs are one of our favorite quick meals. We eat them every day for breakfast and sometimes for dinner as well. I come from South America and they love to use eggs in creative ways in their cooking. Love your chickens – so pretty!

  3. This book looks fantastic! I would love to win a copy. My email address is [email protected].

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  4. Oh, eggs are one of my favourite foods! The gal at our farmer's market even commented on this today when I picked up my usual 3 dozen *blush*. I'd love this book! Jen *at* LibertyImagesPhotography-dot-com. Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. This is one occasion I wish I didn't live in Australia. This book looks awesome. I am all about eggs at the moment. Supermarket chain Woolworths has just announced that they will phase out all caged chickens (eggs) over the next 5 years. I am going to dedicate a post to eggs this week and this book would have been awesome!

  6. HELP! I am desperate for egg recipes. My chickens are over productive and I have 6 dozen eggs in my fridge. My neighbors and friends don't need anymore and I think they are beginning to ignore me. I need ideas to use eggs and fast! The book looks like a good first step. Sheesh, they told me 6 chickens would be a steady flow, not a coup (no pun intended – well, perhaps)

  7. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for your blogging eggspertise on chicken care. My three girls and I are enjoying new chickens- all adults given to us this summer by a friend and we have had some tough lessons along the way. When I found your blog we all gave a sigh of relief. [email protected]

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