Saturday, April 9, 2011

Giveaway Winner--"The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted"

Happy Saturday Friends!

What's on the agenda for you today? I am hitting the farmers market for some fruit, veggies, fish, bread, and whatever else happens to fall into my market bags. ;-) I am also running errands, getting a walk or some kind of workout in, and catching up on some work. It has been a couple of crazy weeks putting together a company health & wellness fair that is happening next week. Lots of last minute details to get it executed perfectly, as we have a lot to live up to with the success of the one we did last year. I also think there may be a need to stop working and bake some Lemon Yogurt Cupcakes because I have been craving lemony baked goods.

But I digress from the real reason for this quick little post. Recently I had the opportunity to read and review a great novel, "The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted" by Bridget Asher. You can see the review post and the recipe I cooked inspired from the book (Salade de Pâtes Fraîches aux Herbes or Fresh Herb Pasta Salad) right here.

The publisher and TLC Book Tours were generous enough to not only provide me with a copy of the book, but to also to offer one up for a Kahakai Kitchen reader, so I did a random drawing of the names of everyone who entered and....

The winner is...

The lovely Arlene from The Food of Love!

Congratulations Arlene! Send me an email with your mailing address and we will get your copy of this touching and delightful read sent out to you.

BTW--Lots of entries so far this week in the Souper Sundays kitchen so come back tomorrow afternoon for a Souper (Soups, Salads & Sammies) Sundays roundup full of delicious dishes to drool over.


  1. Hooray! I was just thinking how much I love lemon, too (just had half a slice of lemon meringue pie) when I read a little further and learned I'm a winner. I'm so excited and can't wait to read this book, which sounds like it's right up my alley. Thanks so much, Deb.

  2. Congratulations, Arlene!
    Deb- I heart that little bowl!


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