CLOSED. Win a Copy of 'Annabel Langbein A Free Range Life: Winter Goodness' | KCET
CLOSED. Win a Copy of 'Annabel Langbein A Free Range Life: Winter Goodness'
New Zealand cook Annabel Langbein's career in food had a fortuitous start. Her parents spent time abroad in the U.S., and her mother brought back some of the most iconic American cookbooks of the time, including Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking and The Joy of Cooking, which made a lifelong impression on Annabel.
Now she shares with Americans her own cooking ethos -- simple, healthy, and delicious cooking -- on her series, Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook premiering on October 6th and continuing every Tuesday and Thursday at 12:30 p.m. on KCETLink.
To introduce you to Annabel and her garden-to-fork recipes, we're giving away four signed copies of her latest cookbook, Annabel Langbein A Free Range Life: Winter Goodness. To enter to win, fill out the form below (no one else will be able to see your information when you've filled it out) by October 7th at 4 p.m. We'll notify you if you've won. Good luck!
(See the rules here.) One entry per household, please.
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