Win a copy of How to Cook Everything Fast by Mark Bittman


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Win your own copy of How to Cook Everything Fast | EmmaEats

I had the opportunity to review Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything Fast, a cookbook filled with over 2000 recipes and countless techniques and tips to use in your kitchen. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, I have one copy of this marvellous kitchen reference to giveaway to a Canadian reader, thanks to Thomas Allen & Sons (@ThomasAllenLTD). To enter:

  • Leave a comment below and tell me: What do you want to learn to cook fast? Why?
  • Follow @EmmaEats on Twitter – let me know below that you’re newly following or if you’re already a follower
  • For a bonus entry, leave one more comment below and tell me: Did you try the Bone-In Chicken Noodle soup recipe? And how did you like it?

Good luck!


More Contest Details

  • This giveaway opens on January 29, 2015 at 6:00am EST and closes on February 11, 2015 at 12:00am.
  • This is open to readers 18 years of age or older with a Canadian mailing address.
  • There is a maximum of three (3) entries per person.
  • The winner will be chosen using Random.org from all qualified entries on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 and will be notified via email.
  • Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received.
  • The prize consists of one copy of How to Cook Everything Fast by Mark Bittman to be shipped to the winner by the publisher.

Disclosure: I received a copy of How to Cook Everything Fast from Thomas Allen & Sons, Ltd for review purposes. This in no way affected my opinion; all opinions expressed are my own. I received no monetary compensation for writing this post.

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10 comments

  1. Kathryn

    I think that the Bone-In Chicken Soup is exactly the kind of recipe I need for learning how to cook food fast. I get home from work and do chores and housework, and suddenly it is time to eat and get ready for bed. I’m good with the usual suspects like pasta and eggs, but something with more depth and perhaps more interesting is not in my toolbox, er recipe box. Looks like a great book.

  2. Marsha A.

    I would like to cook so many things quick. It is late by the time I get home in the evening a quick meals are what I am looking for

  3. Kathryn

    I thought about making the bone-in chicken soup, but it required stopping for supplies and that seemed the opposite of make-it fast. Another day…

  4. Rhoda

    This type of reference book is exactly the thing that my kitchen needs! Who can’t use more tips on how to cook anything quickly when you are juggling career, kids, activities and household chores?

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