!!!CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED!!!
(click to see who won)
It’s time for fun and games as we celebrate this week’s debut of Tenina’s Test Kitchen on the global screen. YouTube viewers around the world can now enjoy our best-loved thermal mixtress demonstrating two recipes (Umami Paste and Pecan Dacquoise) from her popular “For Food’s Sake” cookbook. It’s an exciting time for Tenina and her fans but also for the book’s Australian publisher, Hub & Spoke.
And it’s thanks to Hub & Spoke that readers of this blog can join in to compete for a hard-to-find and much sought-after copy of Tenina’s book. “For Food’s Sake” is now sold out of its first print run in Australia and has become almost impossible to find. This happened because of the Thermomix cookbook’s wild success with home cooks who find Tenina’s recipe style to be easy and rewarding for daily meal preparations. But I digress… if you want to know more about this fab book, click to read a review.
Anyone can win this global prize!
Hub & Spoke has offered to send a copy of “For Food’s Sake” to the winning Thermomix fan — anywhere in the world. Yes, that means you over there in France, Germany, Portugal or Spain. Or maybe you in Ireland, Netherlands, or Canada. You all have a chance to win this one. Nice prize Mr. Publisher!
How to play? (Read the rules to improve chance of winning.)
This will be fun for everyone because Tenina’s publisher has entrusted moi to pick the most interesting comment from those left on this very page between now and Friday July 20 (NorthAmerica,Europe)/Saturday July 21(Australia). With such a great prize, we had to make this a tough contest… of course we all know that Thermomix fans are interesting people (especially those who follow this blog!), and we’ve already seen how creative your comments can be, so choosing “the most interesting comment” won’t be easy. Yes, it’s a tough job, but someone has to do it. I expect to be in training all week, reading your comments and then… some time on Friday (Canada time) I will pick a winner. Are you ready?
Okay. Three… two… one… GO!