I’m thrilled to be giving away 3 books this year to celebrate The Miami Book Fair! To find out more about the Fair and my personal recommendations for where to eat in downtown Miami, visit my blog here. I’ll be giving away the other two books in the next couple of weeks, so come back and check it out! Here’s the first one just in time for fall, I love soups and stews anytime of the year and I live in Florida.
I’m so honored to give away Nancie McDermott’s new cookbook, she connected with me a few years’ back and is such an inspiration. I’m in awe with all she’s accomplished, just thinking about producing a cookbook sends me into a shock wave. I can hardly believe she has published a total of 9 Asian cookbooks so far! I hope I get to catch a spot of lunch with her. What a neat lady, she’s such a go getter, full of great ideas and advice. I got a chance to meet Nancie, Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubart when I introduced and moderated Southern Specialties at the Miami Book Fair this weekend. What an honor to meet these prestigious authors, so in awe of their accomplishments. I feel such a slacker.
Nancie will be on the panel, Southern Specialties, Sunday, Nov.22, 12-1pm, building 6100.
About Southern Soups & Stews…
Home cooks throughout the American South treasure time-honored recipes for hearty soups and satisfying stews savored year after year. Often passed down through the generations, the dishes detailed in this book are cherished and shared at family gatherings, holiday feasts, and community suppers throughout the seasons. These recipes serve up soups and stews seasoned with history—from Nathalie Dupree’s Lowcountry Okra and Shrimp Gumbo to Summer Squash Soup with Black Pepper and Thyme, to Collard Greens with Pot Likker and Dumplings—offering us a glimpse of how people farmed, cooked, and continue to celebrate life over time.
Nancie McDermott is a food writer and cooking teacher, and the author of 12 cookbooks. Her passion is researching and celebrating traditional food in its cultural context, and her beloved subjects are two seemingly different places with much in common: the cuisines of Asia and of the American South. Nancie gained her Southern kitchen wisdom as a Piedmont North Carolina native, and her Asian culinary research commenced soon after college, when she was sent to northeastern Thailand as a Peace Corps volunteer. For more about Nancie’s interesting life, click here.
Ready for Book Giveaway? Keeping it simple, here you go:
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2. Leave a comment below why you deserve to win Nancie’s cookbook? Then email me wokstar at eleanorhoh dot com so I have your email if you win.
3. Eligibility: Only for United States residents. Closing date: Friday, November 27 at 12 midnight, ET. Check back here for winner announcements Sat. Nov.28.
4. A random winner will be picked and contacted via email. Respond ASAP, otherwise I will pick the next winner.
Your book will be sent directly to you through the publisher, good luck everyone!