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My Sparrow Earth Day Giveaway and Discount

Posted by foodgeek on April 22, 2010 at 1:09 PM Comments comments (0)

I've recently discovered and fallen in love with http://www.mysparrowblog.com/, a site that offers eco friendly items for the home. In honor of Earth Day, My Sparrow is giving away a set of their wonderful Owl pitchers to one lucky follower and offering a 10% discount on your order today and tomorrow. Check out the details here!

 

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The Blue Zones Book Give Away

Posted by foodgeek on February 5, 2010 at 12:51 AM Comments comments (1)

Hi People,

Thought I would share with you an opportunity of getting a signed hardcopy of the book The Blue Zones by Dan Buettner.

If you have never heard of The Blue Zones book, it is a good read that will really change your outlook on your diet and just your wellbeing in general. The author went around the world discovering the world’s best practices in health and longevity seeking those communities where there were a higher statistical number of centenarians. The author focused on 4 communities – Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, CA; and Costa Rica. The premise of TBZ was that if you optimize your lifestyle, you may gain back an extra decade of good life.

 

Interested? Whether you already are a fan of The Blue Zone or interested in reading it, to get your opportunity to get a signed copy, simply go to http://fitinthecity.wordpress.com/ and follow the instructions on the blog.

 

I've already signed up...you have until 11:59 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 10th to get your chance to win!

In the meantime, stay tuned on this site for more recipe blogs. I am a little behind on this and have a few good bread and vegan recipes to share!

 

Ta for now!


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I'm not a professional cook or baker. My family will attest to that! I have had a reputation to be a bad cook, but I love good food so much that I resolved to learn and improve my cooking skills to have good food always at hand, without having to eat out. I get excited when I find a great recipe or bread formula and feel the need to share. So here is a chronolog of my successes (and sometimes failures) of my culinary exploits. Enjoy and chime in. Always happy to get some good insight!

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