Cookbook Giveaway: Betty Crocker’s Best Chicken Cookbook

(And we have a winner: Karen from Comment #6 will receive my copy of Betty Crocker’s Best Chicken Cookbook as well as any advice she would like from me as to how to make the recipe’s gluten free.  Congratulations, Karen!)

(Update: Today (05.18.08) is the last day to sign up for the giveaway. Just subscribe to the blog if you haven’t done so, and leave a comment on this post to let me know to put your name in the hat. Hope everyone has a blessed day ~ Mary Frances)

My husband’s family encouraged reading at the dinner table, and John still likes to bring whatever book he’s reading to supper. I have not quite adjusted to this since my mother wouldn’t even allow my books into the kitchen. (or I would have had my nose in a book 24 hours a day). Since I still feel somewhat guilty about reading at the table, I usually compromise and flip though one of my cookbooks.

Tonight I grabbed a cookbook that I haven’t used in a while Betty Crocker’s Best Chicken Cookbook. If you’ve been reading this blog a while, you’ll quickly realize why we don’t use it: we don’t eat chicken. I’ve made several of the recipes from this book, and they were all quite good. A good number of the recipes use pasta or bread, but as long as you have access to gluten free versions of these, that shouldn’t be a problem. Many of the recipes are naturally gluten free though, so you could easily just skip over the ones that aren’t.

After flipping through the cookbook I decided that it really should be in the hands of someone that likes chicken. And so, I’m going to give it away to one of you, my dear readers.* If you’d like to enter this cookbook giveaway there are only two requirements:

  1. You must be a subscriber to the Gluten Free [Cooking School] blog, by email or RSS feed, and
  2. You must leave a comment on this post letting me know you want to enter.

I’ll do a drawing next Sunday night, so be sure to enter before then.

I hope you all have a great week. I should have the next post up Tuesday night,

Mary Frances

P.S. Happy Mother’s Day Mom and Janie!

David

*And as a bonus, if the winner wants any advice on making any of the recipes gluten free, I’ll be glad to advise via email.

Comments

  1. If you’re not currently a subscriber, don’t worry. It’s really easy to subscribe, and it’s very easy to unsubscribe too.
    Also, the reason I decided to run the contest this way is that I have a goal of 537 subscribers by the end of the month (1500 by the end of the year). So, if you’ve been thinking about subscribing but haven’t quite made the leap, now’s the time.

  2. Jennifer English says:

    I subscribe via RSS. I’d like a chance at getting the cookbook. Also, any tips on making the recipes gluten-free would be great also.

  3. AllergicToAll says:

    i subscribe via rss, and i would like to be entered as well!

  4. I subscribe via Google Reader, an RSS feeder, and would also like to be entered! Thanks!

  5. I subscribe via email and would like to be entered!! thank you! :-)

  6. Hi! I’m a subscriber via email. We love chicken, so enter us! We have a child on the autism spectrum, and since he’s gluten and casin free and we’ve dieted with him, my husband’s psoriasis has begun to clear, and I’ve discovered I’m intolerant to one or both! Keep up the wonderful work, Mary Frances (BTW: I had two ITalian grandmothers, one with each of those names!)

  7. I’m a new email subscriber in the past week. My son is wheat, milk, and egg free as of last Tuesday. Your website has been a great resource as I’m struggling to figure out what to feed our family lately!

  8. Hi! I’m a subscriber via e~mail. I have a cookbook fettish and my family loves chicken. I would love an opportunity to win this cookbook. Thank you!

  9. Hi! We subscribe via email. Please enter me in your cookbook giveaway. We eat a lot of chilcken. I’m always looking for other ways to present chicken instead of our same old dishes. My daughter was diagnosed Celiac about 2 years ago when she was 11. To support her our whole family follows a gluten free lifestyle. Thanks for a great blog! I enjoy it!

  10. Linda Salinas says:

    Hi,
    Love your site and recipes. I’d like to be included in the drawing too, please (I subscribe to rss). I sent your link to my brother, my mom, and my aunt and I’m sure they’ll pass it along too. Of myself and five siblings three of us have celiac disease and of my own four kids two tested positive for the gene, one is active celiac and one just recently started showing signs so will be retesting soon.
    Always looking for more good tasting gluten free recipes!

    Linda:-)

  11. Happy Monday! I am a vegetarian, but my husband and two sons are not. They eat a lot of chicken and new recipes would be very welcome! Please enter me in your cookbook drawing. Thanks very much…..Cindi

  12. Therese says:

    Hi! I subscribe via RSS feed (Google Reader). I would like to enter the contest! :-)

  13. Kristina says:

    I subscribe via RSS, I think. I have you on my My Yahoo page, so whatever that is. :) We eat a decent amount of chicken- it and tofu are our main sources of protein, and I’m always looking for new ways to prepare it!

  14. Hi, love your site, I subscribe via email..we love chicken, its my hubby’s favorite meat and I’m always looking for new recipes, its hard to come up with something different 3-4 nights a week!

  15. I live in Gainesville, GA – the chicken broiler capitol of the world! My celiac son doesn’t eat red meat, so we eat a lot of chicken! Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks.

  16. I subscribe via RSS and would like to be entered. Thanks!