Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Rosehips On A Kitchen Table Winner

Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway to win a copy of Rosehips On A Kitchen Table by Carolyn Caldicott. I'm pleased to announce that the name drawn out of the hat at random was Pam from A Good Life In Tydd. Congratulations, Pam. Can you please let me have your name and address details so that I can pass these on to the publishing company so they can send out your prize.

Just to whet your appetite, here's a few more images from the book.


I'm definitely looking forward to giving some of these recipes a go.



Don't forget, if anyone fancies buying a copy of this book, the publishing company are offering it at the discounted price of £7.99 including p&p. Please look at my Rosehips On A Kitchen Table post for details.

22 comments:

  1. Mmmmm ~ all looks scrumptious !

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    1. It certainly does. I'm looking forward to trying some of the recipes.

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  2. They look like some very tasty recipes.

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    1. They do, and there's some more unusual ones as well as others I've tried before.

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  3. Oohh lucky Pam, well done!

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    1. I'm sure Pam will enjoy the book.

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  4. Well done Pam, I hope you enjoy the book. The recipes look absolutely delicious.

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    1. The recipes are really mouth watering. I'm sure Pam will enjoy trying some, as will I.

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  5. Congratulations Pam. I understand most of the recipes are veggie? If so I am definitely going to grab myself a copy xxx

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    1. There are lots of veggie recipes, most of them are in fact. I hope you enjoy the book if you do get a copy.

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  6. Look forward to seeing some of what you make.

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    1. I hope they turn out good enough to share on my blog.

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  7. Hi Jo

    Just having a good old catch up over here.

    I'm gradually getting used to blogging again at Cottage Garden after a year's absence and look forward to gleaning more indispensable veg info and tips for this year.
    x

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    1. How lovely to see you blogging again. I shall pop over and catch up with you very soon.

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  8. Oh well done Pam - the dishes Jo has shown above look absolutely delicious :)

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    1. Tipsy Sloe Fairy Cakes, Spiced Chard With Chickpeas, and Runner Beans With New Potatoes, Pesto and Spaghetti. They all look very tempting, don't they?

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  9. We only can find rosehips syrup here, but only in a big groceries. Oh please...

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    1. Perhaps you could make some yourself. I've never done anything with rosehips before, I may give something out of the book a go.

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  10. Thank you so much Jo, I have sent you my snail mail details and had your reply. I adore new cook books, especially the ones that are a little bit different. The title makes me think that this will be a prize indeed. I do pick rosehips and make syrup, jelly and cordial, I add elderberries to the cordial. I will make a weekly feature of this on the blog to share with everyone.

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    1. You're welcome. A weekly feature is a great idea, I'm sure all your readers will enjoy following that.

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  11. Congrats to the winner, (she mumbles because she didn't win)......oh well, I guess I'll just have to buy it...and also find out how I could start reviewing all these fabulous books!!

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    1. I'm sorry you didn't win. I hope you enjoy the book if you do buy it.

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