Join the cookbook club in October and get Be Inspired – A Month in Provence FREE, and keep an eye on November’s book choice – it’s a total sweetie!
It shocks me to say it, but here we are hurtling into October and ready to begin cooking from a new cookbook. If you’ve ever been tempted to join the cookbook club, let me tell you that now is the perfect opportunity as the fabulous e-magazine Be Inspired – A Month in Provence is FREE!
Producer of the Be Inspired website and e-magazine, Roberta Muir, is offering our cookbook club members an opportunity too good to miss. She’s offering members a FREE copy of her Be Inspired – A Month in Provence e-magazine, so that everyone can join in. This beautifully produced, full colour magazine contains information on the food of Provence, along with wine pairing tips, menus, a full shopping list, clever tips on making some of the condiments and ingredients used in the recipes, along with an accessible selection of the dishes of the region.
Roberta and I don’t want anyone to miss out on the glorious A Month in Provence. The e-magazine is a monthly publication and Roberta is keen to share – so grab this incredible opportunity to join the cookbook club and enjoy a month of truly delicious cooking and eating. We’ve made it as simple as possible for you to join the cookbook club and join in the fun.
To access this free offer, head to the link here and enter the code “Lambs Ears” in the coupon code space – too easy!
So – What Did We Cook in September?
First, let’s check out what we got up to in September. Author of Pomegranates & Artichokes, Saghar Setareh, was not just responsible for the fantastic recipes in her hugely popular cookbook, but also the deeply evocative stories and glorious photos. She’s quite the package and her work sharing this Middle Eastern/Italian flavour palate has paid off, as this book gains ever more attention world-wide.
The Lambs’ Ears Cookbook Club members shared a wide selection of recipes from this book – both from the Middle Eastern pages and from the Italian section. There was such a diverse selection of dishes in the book, and members found plenty to interest them – and their lucky families.
But Tell Me About November
For the November cookbook club selection I’ve totally decided to indulge my sweet tooth with Alison Roman’s Sweet Enough. Roman is a New York-based cook, food writer and author of two other New York Times best selling cookbooks.
Sweet Enough is an utterly tempting and incredible accessible cookbook full of dessert recipes that are all special, impressive and – most importantly – do-able. Roman has ‘casual’ down to a fine art, so there’s nothing threatening for any cook when it comes to putting these desserts together. She’s just as happy with a purchased jar of jam to swirl through ice cream as she is with the homemade oven jam recipe she shares, and she’s equally as pleased with frozen fruit as fresh.
These recipes are geared towards those who may not have access to fancy equipment or specialty ingredients, with most requiring little more than two hands and a few mixing bowls.
So – if a totally FREE cookbook can’t entice you to join the cookbook club in October, maybe the lure of sugar will do it for you in November.
Recapping 2023 so far
Our whole year “cookbook” for 2023 will be delicious. – either the magazines or anything from their website.
October – Be Inspired – A Month in Provence by Roberta Muir
September – Pomegranates and Artichokes by Saghar Setareh
August – Tried, Tested and True by Liz Harfull
July – In Belinda’s Kitchen by Belinda Jeffery
June – Modern Pressure Cooking by Catherine Phipps
May – The Italian Home Cook, by Silvia Colloca
April – Strong, Sweet and Bitter by Cara Devine, or First, Cream the Butter and Sugar by Emelia Jackson
March – Maggie’s Harvest by Maggie Beer
February – Salamati by Hamed Allahyari
January – More Fish, More Veg by Tom Walton
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