If it’s Wednesday, it must be another Giveaway Day at The Heritage Cook! In honor of The Heritage Cook’s fifth anniversary, I am giving away a different prize package each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this month. That is 13 chances to win! Just follow the directions below in the Rafflecopter box. Good luck!
Now, for today’s Prize Package …
If you love seafood and water fowl, you will really enjoy today’s selection. Chef Jon Bonnell of Bonnell’s Restaurant is a fine dining farm-to-table experience in the middle of Texas. Located just outside of Fort Worth, Chef Bonnell serves certified organic meats, wild game, and fresh Gulf seafood that are infused with Southwestern, Creole and Mexican influences.
In his cookbook, “Jon Bonnell’s Waters Fine Coastal Cuisine,” he shares his passion for seafood. You will enjoy classics like Seared Crabcakes with Scallion Lime Aioli, Crawpuppies, and Lobster Mac and Cheese, or get a little more adventuresome and try his Seared Tilefish with Tarragon Cream Sauce or Braided Poached Arctic Char. And if you want the traditional flavors of the Southwest, don’t miss his Crispy Catfish Tacos with Spicy Slaw. There is truly something for everyone and I know you will enjoy expanding your experiences with preparing seafood.
The second cookbook, “Duck, Duck, Goose” is from Hank Shaw, the author of the wildly popular blog Hunter, Angler, Gardener, Cook: Finding the Forgotten Feast. Hank is a throw back to an earlier time before there were towns in close proximity and each one came with a fully loaded grocery store. Hank forages, grows, and hunts for virtually all of his food, depending on the earth to provide for him.
He has a large garden that overflows with produce during the long growing season in California. He is also accomplished at charcuterie and preserving meats in the traditional manners. He smokes, dries, and turns fresh meats into products that can be held for months – these are put to use when the seasons change and the earth goes dormant as it waits for the arrival of spring.
In Duck, Duck, Goose: The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Waterfowl, Both Farmed and Wild, Hank has given us the tools we need to clean and butcher the birds we find on hunting trips and prepare them in a wide variety of ways. The book is perfect for the hunters in your family, but home cooks can enjoy it too because Hank has also written each recipe so it can be used with the birds purchased at the store. My copy is already dog-eared and worn, with splattered pages and notes in the margins. I know you will enjoy is as much as The Artist and I have.
To win these two cookbooks, enter the Rafflecopter drawing below. The more Facebook pages you like, tweets you send, and Pinterest pages you follow, the more chances you have to win. Good luck!
This contest has ended. Congratulations to Winner Kim R!
After each drawing, the non-winning entries will be added to the next prize set so that each entry makes you a candidate for all the giveaways! Apologies to my wonderful international friends, but these giveaways are limited to USA and Canadian readers. The period to enter each drawing is 10 days. Winners will be randomly picked and then notified by email. The winner has 48 hours to contact me with their shipping information. If I do not hear from them, another winner will be selected. Products have been donated; all cookbooks provided by The Heritage Cook.
Have fun and good luck everyone!!
Fried Chicken with mashed potatoes
Camilla @ Culinary Adventures
Hard to say. I love any kind of fish en papillote. And we really LOVE duck.
My favorite seafood dish to make is a Thai Spicy Seafood Salad. Extra spicy!
I would love to try a lobster mac and cheese with gruyere!!! that is sounding kind of wonderful at this moment 🙂
Oh Kim, you are speaking to my heart! I’ll bring the GF pasta and we’ll have a feast! 🙂
I love dill baked tilapia.
I love how easy it is to make tilapia – dill is one of my favorite herbs!
I like making an Indian shrimp dish (forgot the name). It involves putting mustard seeds in hot oil, then garlic and shrimp.
I’ll bet that is fabulous Annette!
my favorite is my mom’s recipe for Chicken Cacciatore
I’ll bet it is wonderful Jennifer!
My favorite seafood dish to make, is broiled stuffed Lobster tails.
Oooh, I want to be at your next dinner party Frank! 🙂
My favorite seafood dish to make is Shrimp & Grits!
You are making my all time favorite southern dish Alison! It’s the first thing I order when I am traveling.
My favorite poultry dish is chicken parmesan.
Always a favorite in our home Terri!
Emily @ Life on Food
A classic whole roasted chicken. We make one once a week and make so many different meals from the leftovers. Just a little lemon and garlic in the cavity and then butter, olive oil and salt and pepper on top.
Mine is very close to yours Emily, I add onions to the cavity too. I love the original meal and the flexibility to make so many other dishes with the leftovers!
I love to do stir-fry with tofu and mushrooms.
I’ll bet yours is amazing Terri!
Anything with asparagus!
I’m with you Jenny – I love asparagus!