Farm Bell Recipes blog contributors are eligible (and automatically entered!) in a giveaway each month in which one contributor will be drawn (by random.org, using the days of the month that posts run) to receive a prize. Each month’s prize (and previous month’s winner) will be listed here, in a blog post on the Farm Bell Recipes blog, and in the Chickens in the Road newsletter.
The prize for the February contributor giveaway was a Sunbeam Donut Maker. Random.org selected #22. The post that ran on the Farm Bell Recipes blog on February 22 was Kitchen Fireworks by Robin from Rurification. (Robin, email me at [email protected] with your full name and address for shipping! I hope we’ve got a post coming up showing us how this donut maker works!)
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The prize for the March contributor giveaway will be a copy of the 50th anniversary edition of Volume 1 of Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Have you seen the movie Julie and Julia? I watched it recently and became enamored with Julia Child–and searched down the book, which I’ve never had before. My mother didn’t own a copy, though I can remember seeing Julia Child on TV when I was a kid. I remember thinking she was a very strange woman–just so tall! And that voice! She was also a fascinating individual who had an amazing drive and talent. If you don’t have a copy of this book, here’s your chance.
We’d love to hear your voice!
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