Cook Shepherd's Pie like Jane Only Can, Win Copy of What to Cook and How to Cook It

So you still lack confidence, inspiration, when time comes to tackle 'what's for dinner'. Do you need someone to break the process in little pieces for you or want to widen your repertoire beyond eggs and pasta?

I just counted. It takes 12 steps to make a ready to eat Shepherd's Pie in What to Cook and How to Cook it (Phaidon) by Jane Hornby. That's without writing the list, going shopping for ingredients and washing pots, pans and the rest, maybe you can delegate these 3 points to your better half.

How can you get your hands on this 'ultimate step by step cookbook for beginners', very simple?

Enter our current contest, answer the following question:

What is the word used in Great Britain for rutabagas?

Send your answer to info [at] njconcierges [dot] com

All entries must be received by  5 PM (US Eastern) on Thursday, December 23, 2010.

There is 1 copy to win so this contest is on a first come, first served basis.

This contest is limited to readers in the USA and Canada.

If you won anything from us in the past 30 days, please let others try their luck.


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