The Holiday Table: Lemonade Cookbook by Alan Jackson & Joann Cianciull Giveaway

Lemonade

Lemonade

THE LEMONADE COOKBOOK: Southern California Comfort Food From L.A.’s Favorite Modern Cafeteria by Alan Jackson and Joann Cianciulli (St. Martin’s, on sale Oct 29)  Early reviews from Publishers Weekly : “virtually all of [Jackson’s] recipes are well thought-out and clearly explained; novices as well as pros will find something that’s worth a try. Fans of Ina Garten’s simple approach to tasty food will savor this attractive and accessible collection.”  I love cookbooks that are clear and easy to understand. When they also have recipes that sound and look delicious, that is a win win!

Chef Alan Jackson saw the need for quick, affordable food that didn’t come at the expense of taste or imagination. A busy father of 3, he realized that the options for a quick bite or take-out were limited, and not particularly healthy. Seeking to create a chef-driven approach to healthy dining, he opened his first fast-casual eatery Lemonade in 2007 and 12 more since.

THE LEMONADE COOKBOOK is the next step, offering the same delicious dishes offered in the menu at Lemonade and presenting them in a fresh, beautifully designed, full-color cookbook. It has 120 mouth watering recipes, including these:

·         Forbidden Rice with Hearts of Palms, Mushrooms and a Jalapeno Vinaigrette

·         Bay Shrimp with Cannellini Beans dressed in Shallots and Cayenne Pepper

·         Red Miso Short Rib Braise

·         Lemon Poppy Seed Bundt Cake

·         And, of course, unique Lemonade concoctions like Peach Ginger, Pear Basil, and Cantaloupe Sage

 THE LEMONADE COOKBOOK speaks to all cooks who want to make sophisticated, highly urban comfort food with ease and is the perfect fit for today’s on-the-go lifestyles and perceptive palates.

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Comments

  1. julie murphy says:

    I would give to my sister

  2. I have two sisters and I know either of them would love it.

  3. My mother

  4. Cassie Sudduth says:

    I would give it to my boyfriend… He loves to cook!

  5. Hilary Andriesian says:

    My 20 year old son has started cooking for himself. I think he would enjoy this recipe book a great deal.

  6. Dorothy Teel says:

    I would give this cookbook to my daughter in law in California, she loves to cook and loves cookbooks.

  7. I would give it to me. I love this!!!

  8. Debbie Jackson says:

    I would give it to my sister in law.

  9. to myself!!

  10. I would give this cookbook to my man because he loves to cook. We both do!

  11. I would give it to my sister!

  12. kathy pease says:

    id keep this for myself

  13. for myself for sure, thank you

  14. Connie Lee says:

    I would keep it, but share the recipes.

  15. I would keep it.

  16. I would keep it for myself.

  17. I would give it to my Mom for Christmas.

  18. I would keep it for myself. Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. to me mom she loves cookbooks

  20. I would give this to my sister 🙂

  21. I love cookbooks I would totally keep this for myself!

  22. I would love it for my family.

  23. tina reynolds says:

    I would keep it for me

  24. I’d have to keep this one for myself however I promise to make yummy treats for friends, family, and coworkers 🙂

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