Dine & Dish Giveaway

Carol’s cookbook, Table Talk, continues to be extremely popular in my house. My love for this book has only increased with each recipe I try! I have decided that it would only be fair to give one of you the chance to win a copy of this fantastic cookbook. For dinner tonight, we had Tried and True Meatballs with Zingy Red Sauce. My husband’s comments, “These were the best meatballs with sauce and pasta you have ever made!”. Want the recipe? Get the book ;)

Gathering together at least once a day for a family meal is very important. Because of that, I am also going to include in this giveaway Food for Talk by my friend Julienne Smith. Food for Talk is a box of conversation starters for families and friends to use at meal time to get the conversation flowing.

Entering to win is simple. First, head over to Carol’s website and check out Table Talk. After you have done that, come back and leave one comment on this post. Please fill out the form with your name, email address and blog address. If you don’t have a blog, that is fine. Just make sure you let me know how I can get a hold of you.

All entries must be received by Midnight CST on Wednesday, July 23rd.

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Comments

  1. says

    Dinner is one of our definite times of day. I don’t like it when things interfer with that beloved family time. Plus, it’s the one place where I know I’ll have praise instead of complaints.

  2. says

    this looks positively delish! i’ve always been a fan of having dinner together at the end of the day with my loved ones. when i grow up, i’ll also continue that tradition.

  3. says

    What a gorgeous book, There is really something great about a book that shows pictures with all it’s recipes. I’m a novice food blogger, just got started last month.

  4. Carla says

    This book looks great. I love the photography. We make a point to eat dinner together every night of the week as a family. As much as you gushed over it, how could I possibly pass up a chance to win it?

  5. says

    I eat dinner with The Husband as often as his schedule allows and I really miss it when he’s not home. I’d love the book! One can never have an excess of cookbooks… until you have to move across the country.

  6. says

    Mmmm, meatballs. Eating dinner with my family every night is one of my fondest memories. I don’t have any children yet, but we still do family dinner every night–me and my husband, no TV, all talk.

  7. Marsha Hanzel says

    The meatballs and sauce look delicious. The cookbook looks really nice, too. I would love to cook from it.

  8. says

    I’d already put this on my amazon wish list (how come they don’t have a photo of the cover yet??) due to your glowing reviews!

  9. says

    Even if I don’t win, I will probably by the cookbook. It looks awesome!! I’m always on the search for the perfect meatball since my husband loves meatballs. Your site is great, I’m glad I found it.

  10. says

    I’m really intrigued by this book! You seem to have such good luck with all of the recipes. I rarely find a cookbook where I love every recipe. The carrot cake in the post after this one is the one that really drew me in though! Thanks for offering such a wonderful give-away.

  11. says

    I love the idea of Table Talk. Family meal time is very important and I remember many wonderful conversations around the dinner table as a child. In my life having everyone at the table every night has not always been practical but it is still always a worthy goal!

  12. Alice says

    I *LOVE* cookbooks, and those meatballs and the carrot cake look delicious, so count me in for the raffle!

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