Susan Mallery's Fool's Gold Cookbook #Giveaway and #Recipe

Friday, September 20, 2013 Posted by Dina N

Book Description
New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery invites you to taste the local cuisine of her beloved fictional town and share in a year's worth of deliciously seasonal recipes.

Fool's Gold is known as the Land of Happy Endings, but it's also the land of hearty appetites. Throughout the series, the residents of Fool's Gold have found joy, comfort and good times through food. Now two local Fool's Gold chefs will also find love through food! Join them as they flirt, fight and fall in love, one season at a time.

You'll also find favorite recipes from popular characters in the series, such as:

  • Heidi's Arugula, Corn and Cherry Tomato Salad with Goat Cheese.
  • Liz's Spaghetti for the Girls.
  • Denise's Summer Berry Pie.

With chapters for summer, spring, fall and winter, you can find the perfect recipe for everything from holiday get-togethers to cozy date nights, always using the freshest ingredients. And the heartwarming love story that is woven throughout is Susan Mallery at her finest.

The more than 150 recipes and dozens of gorgeous photographs in this book will inspire you to find perfection in the simple and the seasonal. And with all of Fool's Gold with you in the kitchen, your every celebration will have a happy ending!

And here is a recipe from Fool's Gold Cookbook:

Spinach and Nectarine Salad with Pecans and Warm Bacon Vinaigrette
Tired of the same old tossed green salad?
Wake up your taste buds with this fun flavor combination.

Serves 4 –6

6     slices bacon
2     tablespoons shallots, chopped
2     tablespoons white-wine vinegar
½    teaspoon Dijon mustard
       Salt and black pepper
2     ripe nectarines
6     ounces baby spinach
½    cup chopped toasted pecans
 

TIP: Make this salad in summertime, when nectarines are ripest.

1.    In a large heavy skillet, cook bacon until crisp. Transfer to a paper towel–lined plate; crumble. Drain off 3 tablespoons of the drippings into a small bowl. Add shallots, vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper; whisk until blended. (Discard remaining drippings.)


2.    Over a large serving bowl, cut nectarines into 1-inch chunks. Spoon out about 1 tablespoon of juice released from slicing; whisk into bacon dressing. In the same large bowl, toss nectarines (and any remaining juice) with spinach and pecans. Pour dressing over salad. Add bacon; toss to combine.


The Giveaway
Three (3) lucky U.S. / Canadian readers will each win a copy of Susan Mallery's Fool's Gold Cookbook: A Love Story Told Through 150 Recipes.

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21 comments:

  1. Emma said...

    Susan Mallery's Fool's Gold Cookbook sounds wonderful. Thank you for the opportunity to win.I enjoy reading all of Susan's books.Have a wonderful weekend.

  2. Maureen said...

    I have read some of Susan Mallery's books. They usually have a romance and a family component and I have enjoyed them.

  3. Shooting Stars Mag said...

    I have not read any of her books, but this one sounds great. I think my mom would love it. As for summer recipes, I don't really have any favorites. I like these cookies with cream cheese frosting and fruit on top. very refreshing.

  4. Dorothy Teel said...

    No I have not read any of Susan Mallery's book, but I love cookbooks and this should be an interesting read and one I can share with my daughter in law..

  5. fredamans said...

    I've read Three Little Words and loved it! She has a gift at writing settings with characters you connect with. Would love to check out this cookbook! I have seen it around and it makes my mouth water every time. My favorite summertime recipe is turkey, bacon, tomato and avocado wraps.

  6. Di said...

    I've read lots of Susan's books - I need to catch up on the last few Fool's Gold stories!

  7. Marjorie/cenya2 said...

    I have never read a book by Susan, I would enjoy this novel not only for the story but for the receipes.

  8. Carl Scott said...

    We grill and eat a lot of salads in the summer. Few dishes to wash and doesn't heat up the house. One of my faves is a grilled pork tenderloin with a Greek salad. Simple and delicious.

  9. Jessica To said...

    I just finished reading Susan Mallery's Two of a Kind yesterday! I still have the book setting beside my keyboard right now!

  10. Connie Lee said...

    I have not read any of Susan's books. I would really like to, I hope I can win this one.

  11. holdenj said...

    I always like it when a favorite series/author likes to share recipes. We just made a shrimp style saute with tomatoes, zuchinni, and peppers from the garden--so yummy and fresh.

  12. Pat L. said...

    I have read probably most of Susan's books and they are great and I look forward to this cookbook.

    I love to make a tossed salad with assorted fruit, pecans and a light virin olive oil and there are several lemony desserts and key lime pie I love to make for the summer.

  13. Anonymous said...

    This cookbook looks wonderful and cannot wait to read it and check off what I would like to make. Fingers are crossed.

    I like to make eggplant parmesan.

    The nectarine salad featured looks very good - very different.

    Natalie's Mama

  14. chris0855 said...

    I have not read any of Susans's books. I would love to read her books & would love to win! chris0855@gmail.com

  15. Belinda Y. Hughes said...

    Romance and food are two of my favorite genres. It's awesome that Susan did year-round seasonal recipes. Although I'll probably make vegan and non-alcoholic substitutions for the bacon, Dijon mustard and wine vinegar, the salad recipe sounds wonderful!

  16. andie said...

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  17. andie said...

    abrennan09@hotmail.com
    Haven't read any of her books yet - not opposed to it though.

  18. Helen L. said...

    I make a mean ckn parm - get the cutlets really thin with a side of spaghetti, salad and garlic bread. And can all be made ahead of time.

    gmapeony@yahoo.com

  19. Anonymous said...

    I am ashamed to say that I have not read any and really must start.

    Lynn Reilly
    lrmegtom@gmail.com

  20. Anita H. said...

    I've read many books in Susan's Fool's Gold series. This cookbook sounds fabulous, can't wait to try out some of the recipes, they look yummy!

  21. Marjorie/cenya2 said...

    I am soooo happy to be a winner.
    Thank you so very much.

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