February 22, 2012

Chicken Soup For The Soul :: Food and Love :: Review and Giveaway :: Three Winners



The latest book from the Chicken Soup for the Soul series is Food and Love. This inspirational book includes 101 Stories Celebrating Special Times with Family and Friends ... and Recipes Too! I don't know about your family, but in my family, all celebrations [and many memories] revolve around food! My mom is the most amazing cook on the planet. Her cooking makes every celebration extra special! There are all kinds of stories like the ones in this book that I could share about my own family and food!
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Food and Love will stir up those delectable feelings and memories that certain aromas and tastes always bring. Readers will relish in the succulent and tasty stories on how love and food together played a flavorful part in life, leaving them with a divine aftertaste and a pungent yearning to read more.
Some of our best memories revolve around food. So do the best stories! This heartwarming and mouthwatering collection will make you laugh and cry. It will inspire you both in and out of the kitchen. I really enjoyed this book and I am not the only one. Check out this review from Amazon.
"If you EAT, you have to love this book. There are no smells, but the stories will stir up memories and bake your senses. Without frying your brain, you will toast the writers who have sauteed their stories into FOOD bliss!"
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Food and Love is the perfect read to warm up your winter nights!

Connect: You can find Chicken Soup for the Soul on their website. You can also keep up with them on Facebook and Twitter.

Buy It: You can buy any of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Books on Amazon. The retail price of this book is $14.95. You can get it on Amazon for only $10.98!

Win It: Three {lucky} readers will receive a copy of Food and Love.

How To Enter: Just use the simple form below to enter. Open to US and Canada. Must be 18+ to enter. Giveaway closes on March 7, 2012 at 11:59 pm EST. Only one person per household/IP address may enter. Good luck!


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Disclosure:  I did not receive any financial compensation for this post.   All opinions are my own and uninfluenced by anyone else.  I did receive free product(s) to facilitate my review from the company or their PR agency.  This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook or Twitter. See my full disclosure.

42 comments:

  1. My favorite memory is having dinner with my grandmother and mother who have both passed on.

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  2. I remember having big family dinners at my Grandparents house,

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  3. I remember cooking over the fireplace in the winter. My mother would fix roasts that were the most inexpensive cuts but we always thought they tasted like the best steaks in the world!!

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  4. I remember having lots of family reunions with all of my family. Unfortunately we don't have them anymore, but still great memories and lots of great food!

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  5. birthday suppers at home with the whole family

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  6. Christmas Eve dinners are my families home.
    My Mom always made big Ukranian dinners with all the family there.

    cenya2 at hotmail dot com

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  7. First time going to a buffet with my friends. We were actually asked to leave because between the 5 of us, we ate way more then what we paid lol. They ran out of a few menu items thanks to the guys lol. I might add that hubby and his friends are all, really... big... guys! Not fat but those tall, broad, look like they could crush you under their arm or lift a car to sweep under type guys lol. Could almost see the cooks go pale when we walked in lol. We had such a good time that night and then to be asked to leave, we thought it was hysterical. We still talk about it now and then lol.

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  8. My favorite memory is when I was little and we went to my great grandmother's for Christmas. There was food everywhere and she was a wonderful cook. The house was always overflowing with people. What more could you want- good food and family.
    beh2351@frontier.com

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  9. I love my traditional family dinners on holidays

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  10. Ghirardelli factory in San Fran on my honeymoon! Perfect memory.

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  11. coreybrennan26@hotmail.com
    My wife still teaches me things int he kitchen and I love the time spent together.

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  12. Sunday dinners with the entire family around Mama's table filled with home grown veggies and farm grown beef or chicken. We had all the love we would ever need. penny hyde hydepennym@gmail.com thanks for the opportunity to share such a special memory

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  13. Eating my grandma's cookies at Christmas!


    sblake1[at]student[dot]framingham[dot]edu

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  14. I went on a date one time, he took me for Chinese, that was the first time I had ever eaten chinese, it was just a good memory, the guy was really nice & treated me like I was something, we didn't end up together but I still remember that night.

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  15. hi there, stopped by from the Alexa Blog Hop. Have a fun weekend.

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  16. Thanksgiving with all my relatives including grandparents. Everyone cooking, eating, and laughing together makes it my favorite memory.

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  17. I remember my Dad taking me for ice rream on hot summer days.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  18. My grandmother's Thanksgivings. Everyone came and all was perfect (or so it seemed.)
    Gladys P
    sps1113 at yahoo dot com

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  19. Thanksgiving at my Grandmas' house and my grandpa would chase us around the kitchen.

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  20. sunday dinners at grandmas crystletellerday@yahoo.com

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  21. I remember my birthday dinners (always lasagna), and the cinnamon rolls my great-grandmother made by hand, by the dozens...

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  22. My favorite food memories are any as a kid before heartburn started as an adult lol.
    chavonne.harvey@yahoo.com

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  23. I enjoyed family meal times with our extended family on Sundays!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  24. Christina - xristya@rock.com - My mother made wonderful Ukrainian dinner for Christmas and I'd always wait for the desert, kyootya, which had poppyseed in it and was amazing!

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  25. I remember when I was really little in the summertime when my mom would make up a huge batch of fried chicken and potato salad. We would always have my grandma over. Good times for sure! Boy, do I miss my grandma!

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

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  26. I remember my grandma cooking all day for the holidays. She made delicious cookies and treats.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  27. Christmas Eve with my whole family, before my parents divorce.

    Thanks for opportunity,
    riadeliza823(at)ymail(dot)com

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  28. Christmas dinner with the whole family, we all get together at my parents house on christmas day, every year!!!
    dalleykt at live dot ca

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  29. every single holiday my grandmother cooks enough food for an army!! and she does it even when she feels bad just so the whole family can come together.

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  30. helping my grandmother cook thanksgiving dinner

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  31. I remember my Grandpa was a expert griller. Going to the cabin on the weekends was always a treat!

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  32. Mine would be spending time learning how to cook from my grandmother. God rest her soul, how I miss her.

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  33. when my parents were still alive,we always got together on sundays for roast and potatoes

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  34. My favorite food memory is probably going to my parents and eating this out of this world calzone at the local eatery.

    But i also recently had a chef's tasting menu at this restaurant and I want to go SO BADLY again. However, I got pregnant since and I have no room in my belly for so much awesome food. I have to wait until I give birth :-)

    tam s. rafflecopter :-)

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  35. My best memory revolving around food was when my
    family used to get together during the holidays.
    Now we are scattered here and there, and it just doesn't happen anymore.

    Liz N.

    marcsgirl61 at gmail dot com

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  36. I would bake Christmas Cookies with my Mom each week before the holiday!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  37. My favorite memory around food it every family member saying what they are thankful for during thanksgiving dinner :) Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

    - lablogs@yahoo.com

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  38. I remember family gatherings when my Grandparents were alive had a lot of food and a lot of people.

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  39. I remember sunday dinners when the whole family would get together wilcarvic
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  40. I remember my dad sending 6 hours cooking Christmas fudge every year.

    daveshir2005@yahoo.com

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  41. I enjoyed visiting my friend in Arkansas and having the best ribs of my life

    jim.coyne2@verizon.net

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