Cookbook Giveaway: Signed copy of Ruhlman’s Twenty by Michael Ruhlman (COMPLETED)

Ruhlman’s Twenty by Michael Ruhlman

Thanks to all who participated! The winner was Beth from Tennessee. Stay tuned next month for another opportunity to win a free cookbook!

This month’s Cookbook Giveaway brings one of my favorites to your kitchen: Ruhlman’s Twenty. In this cookbook, food writer extraordinaire Michael Ruhlman brings you twenty techniques, ingredients and attitudes that will make your life in the kitchen quite a bit easier. Not only do you get 100 delicious and easy to follow recipes, but you get the know how to understand why the dishes work. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that stopping to think about what we’re doing (which happens to be one of Ruhlman’s Twenty) can be just as important as the ingredients that go in to a dish.

I’m really excited to have the opportunity to make this particular Cookbook Giveaway just a little bit more special. The copy of Ruhlman’s Twenty that we’re giving away will be a signed copy! So a special thanks to Michael for taking the time!

What do I need to do to enter?

For your chance to win, leave a comment below telling me why you want a signed copy of Ruhlman’s Twenty. Remember to include a valid email address (email addresses only be used for the purpose of contacting the winner). The giveaway will end at 10:00 pm EST tonight, and I’ll announce the winner the following day.

Giveaway rules: Winner must be 18 years of age, and have a mailing address in the United States (apologies to those outside the U.S.). The winner will be announced here, on Twitter, and Facebook. Make sure you follow @foodiejournal, or give us a like over on Facebook to find out if you won!

14 thoughts on “Cookbook Giveaway: Signed copy of Ruhlman’s Twenty by Michael Ruhlman (COMPLETED)

  1. Ruhlman’s been a favorite of mine since I first read Making of a Chef several years ago. I got the ebook, but have no ereader for my kitchen, and there’s just something special about holding the same pile of words in your hand that had been in the hand of the author.

  2. Ruhlman is my hero. Ratio changed the way I cook forever and for the better. I also have kinda sorta sexy dreams about him sometimes. This is the only book of his I don’t have and was just about to order it when I saw the give away for a *signed!!!* copy! T’would be a treasure!

  3. Everything Ruhlman does is powerfully informative. He has changed the way I think about the process of cooking and my food is all the better for it.

  4. I’m currently reading and cooking my way through Ratio. It’s neat to be able to free yourself from a recipe and consider the components of it. Ruhlman is a great source of ideas for me.

  5. A fellow cook loaned me Soul of a Chef in 2003 and I read it cover to cover in one setting. Finally, writing I could relate to. Then when I read the French Laundry book and realized that the cookbook format had been changed forever, a cookbook that you could actually read instead of just using as a reference. A Return to Cooking proved this and I still use both of these books today and loan them to line cooks I work with. Charcuterie gave me the knowledge to dabble with homemade cured meats, and then once I had the opportunity to do some curing in the workplace, I already had a solid foundation. I am a fan, and would love to add any of his newer books to the library. Thanks.

  6. I don’t want to be greedy cause i won the last one. Would still love to have it though!!

  7. I love cookbooks of all kinds. I bring them to bed with me! This one sounds quite intriguing and I’d love to bring it to bed too! Pick me :()

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