Win a copy of 'The Easy Gluten Free Recipe Series' Print Edition

Posted by - In Just 10 Pages on 04-18-2013        Rating: rating rating rating rating rating

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As many of you know, I am extremely excited about releasing the print version of "The Easy Gluten Free Recipe Series" on April 29, 2013.

This is why I've decided to create an opportunity for two lucky winners to win a FREE copy of our 250 page, chef inspired, print edition recipe cookbook! It is chalked full of amazing gluten-free recipes that are easy to cook, taste great and I'm certain you will love and use again and again. I will even pay for the shipping to the winners!


Here's how the contest works:

The first winner will be the person who leaves a comment at (or closest to) the 'secret time'.

What's the secret time you ask? Well... I have a time and date written down and hidden in an envelope. The 'secret time' could be 10 minutes from now or a week from now. No one actually knows but me... :) Whomever comments closest to the 'secret time' will win a free edition of The Gluten Free Recipe Series print cookbook. So be sure to follow the instructions below for your chance to win!

The second winner will be the person who leaves the LAST comment just before I close this contest. It will end anywhere between today and May 10, 2013. Every comment counts, so if you want to increase your chance of winning, you can write a new comment or reply to a comment someone else has left. So be sure to come back often and keep the comments coming! :) 

So How Do You Win? Just follow these 3 Easy Steps:


Step 1: Pre-Register by clicking here to sign up. This will let me know who you are if you win! If you don't pre-register you can't win.

Remember... There is no purchase necessary to enter this contest. Pre-Register by clicking here to sign up.


Step 2: Help spread the word and click these two buttons:




Step 3: Make a comment at the bottom of this page by answering the following question:


"What is your biggest frustration when it comes to gluten-free cooking/living?"


Make sure you enter your real name/email address so I can let you know if you're the lucky winner!


One thing I need to do is remind to everyone to keep it fun and be nice! Also, keep in mind, I have to moderate every comment so your comment may not be posted right away but the time will be logged :)  


That's it!!! Let's have some fun and good luck to everyone who enters!

Again, I want to say thanks to Chef Liz Scott, Chef Bonita Coleman, and Chef Rizi who co-wrote such an amazing gluten-free cookbook. It is incredible how much work everyone put in to create this unique and amazing product! We are all excited about the release on April 29th and cannot wait for the printers to be done!

Good luck to everyone that participates in this contest! I really hope we can have a lot of fun with this! I want to hear what you have to say and share ideas for gluten free living!


Cheers!




 

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Denise

Denise said:

The cost of food/ingredients

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 09:02, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
jcp

jcp said:

recipes cant seem to get enough ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i would love to find a recipe for bread that isnt heavy or crumbly

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 10:30, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Deborah J Austin

Deborah J Austin said:

My biggest frustration is trying to find a GOOD bread, or bread recipe...Bread just isn't the same...No matter what I try.. :(

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 11:59, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Bernadette McGill

Bernadette McGill said:


Finding recipes and it is very hard working with gluten free flour.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 12:14, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Bernadette McGill

Bernadette McGill said:


Secret time is April 19 2013 at 2:10 pm

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 12:17, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Shirley Priddell

Shirley Priddell said:


I am really interested in gluten free recipes as my husband is having real issues with wheat and his joints and he needs food that his body will be happy with.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 13:36, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Djuna

Djuna said:

I find getting my kids in on the gluten free stuff is a bit challenging. Converting food they have always eaten to be gluten free is a challenge. I have one that loves his vegi's but not if I use them to make gluten free dishes and I have another child that has a texture issue with food. So far I am the only one that is truly gluten free as it causes sinus inflammation and irritation.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 15:56, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Dan Duffy

Dan Duffy said:

Having to check every item to insure it is actually gluten-free


 

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 16:57, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Jo Glydon

Jo Glydon said:

I am new to gluten free foods and am having an awful time trying to get a good diet going. I have digestive problems and sore joints. I asked my Dr. for a list of things to eat or not to eat and was told to go online and figure it out for myself...... hahaha!!  ok here goes ;)

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 20:11, Thursday, April 18, 2013 - Reply
Stanley Neufeld

Stanley Neufeld said:

Finding recipes, products, and ingredients at times

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 16:09, Friday, April 19, 2013 - Reply
Colleen Foley

Colleen Foley said:


I have a hard time going out to lunch with friends. I know where is safe for me, but they don't want to go to the same place all the time.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 16:24, Friday, April 19, 2013 - Reply
Carmen Sant

Carmen Sant said:


I love regular bread, so it is a big sacrifice not eating it.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 11:02, Saturday, April 20, 2013 - Reply
Janice Dublanko

Janice Dublanko said:

recipes and ideas are always needed in my house of 6...hard to incorporate new things...especially baking GF...

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 18:23, Saturday, April 20, 2013 - Reply
Janice Dublanko

Janice Dublanko said:

In desperate need of new recipes and ideas...

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 18:24, Saturday, April 20, 2013 - Reply
Conrad Dekker

Conrad Dekker said:

Thanks for the comments so far! Keep them coming! The Secret Time is still just that.... A secret!

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 23:52, Saturday, April 20, 2013 - Reply
Pauline

Pauline said:


I agree with previous comment - bread is the thing that just doesnt seem right when it is gluten free.  I find a lot of them are more of a doughy consistency like a scone rather than bread.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 00:08, Sunday, April 21, 2013 - Reply
Karelyn Jones

Karelyn Jones said:

The things that I find difficult are the prices of Gluten Free products. On a pension buying for the family & for me, as there are foods that they want swap.  Previous comments about bread I can only agree with. Some of the breads are very doughy, they are half the size of normal breads & a heap more expensive.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 21:41, Sunday, April 21, 2013 - Reply
Noelene Wattie

Noelene Wattie said:

Just finding quick and easy recipes that don't have preservatives etc would be good.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 23:30, Sunday, April 21, 2013 - Reply
Nannce

Nannce said:

I am trying to go gluten free but the cost is prohibitive and the difference in textures make it a challenge to feed it to my family.  I really hate to make something with expensive ingredients then have to throw it out when no-one will eat it.  I could sure use this cookbook.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 02:37, Monday, April 22, 2013 - Reply
Mary Wheller

Mary Wheller said:


Would love a Bread Recipes which does not turn out like house bricks.

The ones I have made I am sure when put out for the birds they must crack there beaks. So hard.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 15:19, Monday, April 22, 2013 - Reply
Cynthia

Cynthia said:

I find gluten-free bread products seem heavy & doughy instead of light & fluffy. The muffins I make myself turn out the same, very heavy.  

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 17:13, Monday, April 22, 2013 - Reply
Conrad Dekker

Conrad Dekker said:

Thanks for all of the comments! I will reveal the winner in a couple of hours!

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 16:18, Wednesday, April 24, 2013 - Reply
Sharon

Sharon said:

I need to go gluten free and need some great recipes, I am sure you can help.

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 16:29, Wednesday, April 24, 2013 - Reply
Conrad Dekker

Conrad Dekker said:

Congratulations Colleen Foley!!! You have won a copy of "The Gluten Free Recipe Series" print cook book!

You where within three hours of the 'secret time'!

I will be in touch shortly to let you know that you've won!

Rating: rating rating rating rating rating - 22:00, Wednesday, April 24, 2013 - Reply

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