Life Beyond TV Meals, What to Cook and How to Cook It Contest

If your life depends on Pringles and TV Dinners day in day out, are'nt you tired of it.

Jane Hornby comes to the rescue.

She will not be there to hold your hand while you discover what cooking real food and most important serving it and tasting it can feel like.

What she will do is guide you through the process.

If you can already handle cooking pasta or making an omelette, even scrambled eggs she can take you One Step Beyond without the Madness.

She's not a snob. She cares about what you eat like any good food mother does.

If I did not sell you yet on the pleasures of cooking with Jane, forgive me.

After this long rambling are you ready to compete for a precious copy of What to Cook and How to Cook It (Phaidon) by sunny Jane Hornby?

WHAT TO COOK AND HOW TO COOK IT book shot

To 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.

Bonne Chance!

(* Thanks to Phaidon for making this contest possible)

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