Written By Guest Writer Books / Edibles Jan 10, 2012 Second Annual Mustard Seed Food Bank Cookbook Fundraiser – Update SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestUpdate: Thank-you to all those who came to the winter market and bought a cookbook. A check for $376 was presented to the Mustard Seed Food Banl -Ed EAT Magazine is pleased to announce its Second Annual Mustard Seed Food Bank Cookbook Fundraiser. Here’s the deal: we’ve got a stack of almost-new, recently published cookbooks to pass along and you’ve got Christmas shopping to do. How about we meet up in one week at the Winter Market in Market Square? EAT will have a table at the market with all the available cookbooks. Choose one (or many), make your donation and the books are yours. We’ll drink some warm apple cider, chat about food, find some new cookbooks, and raise money for a great cause. We reduce our risk of death-by-cookbook-avalanche, you get some great books, and the Mustard Seed Food Bank gets 100% of the proceeds. Win, win, win. Last year we raised over $500 cash for the cause, and with your help, we’ll do it again. Cookbooks up for grabs are listed below. Check back during the week as titles may be added. This year, books will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Have you got a few cookbooks in good to excellent condition that you are ready to part with? Add them to our table and we’ll include them in the sale. (Email us the titles you’re bringing and we’ll add them to the list). Disclaimer: all titles subject to availability. To avoid disappointment, arrive early. The countdown is on! Find us at the Victoria Downtown Public Market Society Table at the Winter Market next Saturday, December 17th, from 11am – 3 pm. At Market Square.– Rebecca Baugniet THE COOKBOOKS The America’s Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook, America’s Test Kitchen, 2010. $34.95 Big Bowl of Love, Cristina Ferrare. Sterling Epicure, 2011. $36.00 Glutton for Pleasure, Bob Blumer. Whitecap, 2011. $29.95 In My Mother’s Kitchen, Trish Magwood. Haper Collins, 2011. $39.99 Rose Petal Jam: Recipes and Stories from a Summer in Poland, Beata Zatorska and Simon Target. Tabula Books, 2011. $35.00 You Can Trust a Skinny Cook, Allison Fishman. Wiley, 2011. $35.95 The Puglian Cookbook, Viktorija Todorovska. Surrey Books, 2010. $20.00 The Best Veggie Burgers on the Planet, Joni Marie Newman. Fair Winds Press, 2011. $21.99 Beaten, Seared and Sauced, Jonathan Dixon. Potter Publishers, 2011. $27.00 John Schreiner’s Okanagan Wine Tour Guide. Whitecap, 2010. $19.95 The $5 Takeout Cookbook, Rhonda Lauret Parkinson et al. Adams Media, 2011. $15.99 Cook: You Can Cook Fast, Healthy Meals for Your Family, Deborah Anzinger, Whitecap, 2011. $24.95 Up We Grow: A Year in the Life of a Small, Local Farm, Deborah Hodge. Kids Can Press, 2010. $16.95 The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook, Dinah Bucholz. Adams Media, 2010. $23.99 A Baker’s Field Guide to Cupcakes, Dede Wilson, Harvard Common Press. $14.95 Desserts from the Famous Loveless Café, Alisa Huntsman, Thomas Allen. $24.95 Vegan Pie in the Sky, Isa Moskowitz & Terry Romero, Lifelong Books. $19.99 Must Have Been Something I Ate, Peggy Kotsopoulos, Oceanside Publishing Ink. $19.95 Artisanal Gluten-free Cupcakes, Kelli & Peter Bronski, Thomas Allen We Sure Can – How Jams and Pickles are Reviving the Lure and Lure of Local Food, Sarah B. Hood, Arsenal Pulp Press. $24.95 Canadian At Table, Dorothy Duncan, Dundurn. $26.95 Everyday to Entertaining – 200 Sensational Recipes, Meredith Deeds & Carla Synder, Robert Rose. $27.95 Everyday Eden, Christina Symons & John Gillespie, Harbour Publishing Whole Foods to Thrive – Nutrient-dense, plant-based recipes, Brendan Brazier, Penguin$28.00 Hearty Vegan Meals for Monster Appetites, Celine Steen & Joni Newman, Fair Winds$21.95 Make Ahead Meals Made Easy, Michele Borboa, Fair Winds. $21.95 Salad Days, Pam Powell, Voyageur Press. $19.95 The Food Allergy Cookbook, Carmel Nelson & Amra Ibrisimovic, Skyhorse. $19.95 A Baker’s Field Guide to Holiday Candy & Confections, Dede Wilson, Harvard Common Press. $14.95 A Baker’s Field Guide to Chocolate Chip Cookies, Dede Wilson, Harvard Common Press$14.95 Mini Cakes & Other Bite-Size Treats, Hannah Miles, Ryland, Peters & Small$15.95 Small Plates, Tapas, Meze & Other Bites To Share, Annie Rigg, Ryland, Peters & Small$15.95 Raw Desserts, Erica Palmcrantz & Irmela Lilja, Skyhorse. $16.95 Mourad New Moroccan, Mourad Lahlou, Artisan. $40.00 Making Cupcakes with Lola, Victoria Jossel & Romy Lewis, Ryland, Peters & Small. $24.95 Gourmet Gifts – 100 Delicious Recipes for Every Occasion, Dinah Corley, Harvard Common Press, $19.95 Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams At Home, Jeni Brittin Bauer, Thomas Allen $29.95 Live Raw, Mimi Kirk, Skyhorse. 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