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Jewcy Contest of the Week: Sheila Lukins Book Giveaway

The Romans designated February as a month of "Spring cleaning" and purification. In most of the world, especially in the US, the greeting card and candy industries hijacked the month for the Valentine’s Day holiday. But here at Jewcy, we’re … Read More

By / February 3, 2009

The Romans designated February as a month of "Spring cleaning" and purification. In most of the world, especially in the US, the greeting card and candy industries hijacked the month for the Valentine’s Day holiday. But here at Jewcy, we’re kicking off February with a gastronomical twist.  Sheila Lukins, author of Ten: All the Foods We Love, Ten Recipes for Each is spending this week guest blogging in Jewcy‘s Book Club.  As part of her week on Jewcy, we’re giving away five copies of her book!  It’s easy to participate: All you have to do is comment on one of her posts.  At the end of the week, we’ll pick the best five comments and contact the commenters to let them know they’ve won.  That’s it!  Just leave a comment, get a book!  Have a look at today’s post on vegetable soup, and keep checking Jewcy, or Sheila’s profile, for her most recent post.

Lukins is a graduate of Le Courdon Bleu and founded the well-known New York gourmet food shop, The Silver Palate.  She also co-authored the famous "Silver Palate" book series.  Her book is a collection of recipes featuring ten variations on some of our favorite dishes.