Friday, July 17, 2009

Winner and a Giveaway

The winner of my No Moo cookbook is Kathleen! I've already sent the email to let her know and she has two days to claim her prize (or I will choose another winner).

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Now, don't be sad because you didn't win. I found another dairy free cookbook in my stash that I am willing to part with! The Milk Free Kitchen!

Same rules as the last giveaway:

1) Must have a US mailing address.

2) One entry per person. Entries are made through the comments.

3) In your comment, you must include why you would like this book. (Basically, I want to make sure it goes to a person dealing with a dairy-free diet in some way and not to someone that just wants a free book.) If you don't include your "why" your comment will be deleted. If you posted your "why" in the previous giveaway, just write that in the comments, you don't need to "rewhy". :)

4) You do not have to be a blogger to win, but you must leave some way for me to contact you in your comments. I will not hunt you down to tell you that you won... sorry.

5) Once the winner is announced and I email you, you will have two days to claim the cookbook before I choose another winner.

6) You have until NOON CST, Wednesday, July 22, 2009 to enter.

Good luck!

5 comments:

Scottish Twins said...

Yay! I missed the last giveaway on my hiatus.

I would enjoy a dairy-free cookbook because my older son is allergic to milk. Although my husband and I still eat dairy, sometimes it is challenging to find dinner recipes that the entire family can eat. A cookbook would be helpful!

Amy Pickledpigsfeet said...

I'd love a dairy free cookbook. Our almost 4 month old is allergic to dairy and I am breastfeeding so I am dairy free. It's hard for me since before I'd drink half a gallon of milk a day, use cheese or cream in everything. A cookbook would make recipe searches easier as we have dial up, so searching online is out.

Francesca said...

Hello!
I posted a comment in your last giveaway, and thought I'd try again! I'd love a tried-and-true dairy-free cookbook to use for my son-- and hopefully, if the recipes are good enough, then I can even use them on us! (I'm growing weary of cooking separate meals for our son!)
Thanks!

Camille said...

My 1 year old daughter is ana to dairy and contact allergic. Thanks,
Camille
cameyer@iupui.edu

MoziEsmé said...

Awww, I just missed this! My husband is vegan as much as he can be, and I'm not very creative in figuring out the non-dairy thing. We eat lots of stir fry and rice! I could've really used some fresh ideas!