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Remember some time ago I wrote about our recipe being published in the Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook? Well, I received my copy of the book the other day, and now I finally believe our recipe is in it! Although it was still pretty hard to believe. You see, after having worked for 5 years as a press officer, I get super excited about anything hand-made and tangible. That’s why I so much love to cook - and to experience different textures, smells, and flavours.

Foodista Prize GiveawayMuch as I prefer hardbacks, this paperback book really doesn’t count like a paperback :) it’s so imposing and fashionable and I love the square format. It’s colourful and well-organized, there’s  a very helpful index in the end and a metric conversion table (including oven temperatures) which is worth copying and posting on your fridge as a reference for daily use! I was excited to see a lot of my fellow bloggers’ names in the blog list. It’s a shame I have so little time to go through each page of this fabulous cookbook right now, but I’m reading it page by page every time I have a spare minute. What I enjoy the most about the Foodista book is that all recipes are “live” and tested . I also know that the Foodista team had cooked some of the winner recipes to test them… which makes the whole cookbook really trustworthy!

If you would like to buy a book with 100 great, original and authentic recipes from all over the world, you should really order your copy on November 3, 2010 between 10 – 11 am PDT (see time zone converter). Because there will be a fantastic prize giveaway going on, and you might win some cool prizes such as an Amazon or a MadWine gift card, a Zojirushi Rice Cooker, or a Andrews McMeel cookbook! All you have to do to enter the competition is forward your purchase confirmation email to book@foodista.com (see complete info here).

Meanwhile, Ivanka has learned to smile. She now greets me with a trusting smile every morning. She knows it’s her strongest weapon to make my heart melt even after a very sleepless night!

Thank you for all your congrats on our new baby - I just haven’t had the time to reply to each of them, but I’ll do so later!

Ivanka

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11 Responses

  1. Well firstly, congrats on your recipe in that fabulous looking cookbook!! And also congrats on your new baby!! Life must be pretty good :)

  2. Alli says:

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    • Alina says:

      Alli we actually don’t have it here either! It’s just a tiny store that sells odd IKEA items and you can also order stuff via that store. I always thought The Baltics were the only place on Earth with no IKEA!!

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  6. Cindel says:

    I love chimichurri sauce and use it all the time. The pork looks great reaotsd with it as does the vegetables. I started to say that I have not had the red variety but knowing how many dishes I have eaten in the many restaurants that Norman Van Aken has owned over the years, I probably have.

  7. Lucero says:

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