Ming Tsai 'Simply Ming One Pot Meals', Black Friday Contest, Win 1

Post Thanksgiving 2010, if you were sane enough not to join the frenzied shoppers, you might need turkey relief.

After Simply Ming One-Pot Meals (Kyle Books) by Ming Tsai landed in my mailbox on Tuesday, I thought it would be the right medicine.

With his 4th cookcook, the first in 5 years, Chef Ming Tsai who "believes there are four basic needs in everyday cooking today: taste, healthfulness, simplicity, and affordability" tackles all four. "Broken down into seven techniques of one-pot cooking - including braising, wokking, sautéing, high-temperature cooking, roasting, tossing, and soups - SIMPLY MING ONE-POT MEALS offers 80 recipes with Ming's well-known East-West approach."


Simply Ming One-Pot Meals is the prize in the balance for our Black Friday contest.

We have one copy to give away, first come, first served.

Now can you enter the fray and hopefully win?

Simple, answer following question:

Guess what sauce gives a touch of sweetness to Ming Tsai Asian Sloppy Joes?

E-mail your answer to info [at] njconcierges [dot] com

We must receive all answers by Noon (Eastern US time) on Thursday, December 2, 2010.

This contest is for US readers only. If you won anything from us in the past 60 days, please let others try their luck.

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