Item: $10,000 and a day with a Sunset design editor Source: Sunset Magazine
Description: Sunset Magazine’s Dream Kitchen of the West digital design program gives everyone the opportunity to help design the ultimate kitchen. Vote online now for your favorite appliances, finishes, features and colors. The completed kitchen, implementing the most popular choices, will be revealed the week of June 8 on Sunset.com and will be featured in the October issue of Sunset Magazine. Be a part of designing Sunset Magazine's Dream Kitchen of the West for your opportunity to win big...
Our friends at Amana know that The Kitchn readers are not only passionate about cooking, but you've got an eye for style as well. So, Amana wants to know how you incorporate your personality into your home, especially in the kitchen! Are you mild or spicy? Warm or cool?
No stranger to style themselves, we're glad that Amana wants to hear direct from YOU, so take the survey below and share your thoughts freely. Five survey responders, drawn at random, will win an autographed copy of the Thom Filicia's new book Thom Filicia Style ...
Giveaway: Five copies of The Christmas Table, by Diane Morgan and published by Chronicle Books Find it:Buy through Amazon, $12
We've been featuring Diane Morgan's lovely holiday book this week, and today we're giving away five copies of The Christmas Table - chock-full of recipes, photos, and decorating ideas to make your all your holidays this season even sweeter. For a chance to win a copy, read on...
We did a quickie giveaway earlier today with the 20-piece (TWENTY?) knife set that Sara Kate gave away to a knife-hungry reader. Here now is our rather less lavish, but no less exciting, Thursday Giveaway: a knife rack from Swedish kitchen goods company Linden.
This won't hold all twenty of those knives, but we bet it will hold the knives most of us keep in our kitchen.
Giveaway: Five copies of A Platter of Figs, by David Tanis and published by Artisan Find it:Buy at Amazon, $23
Inspiring, approachable, drop-dead gorgeous. That was Sara Kate's sum-up in her review today of former Chez Panisse chef David Tanis' new book. This is a stunning book, and we're excited to give away a few to five lucky readers. To enter today's Thursday Giveaway, read on!
Giveaway: 7-Quart Calphalon Slow Cooker Find it:Buy at Amazon, $149.99
Those of you who read The Kitchn with any regularity know that we are big, big fans of the slow cooker. The slow cooker is the ultimate tool for busy city cooks - put meat or stew in before work and enjoy a hot meal when you get home. So easy and conducive to good home cooking. Here's a new tool from Calphalon that we've admired from afar - and we're giving one away today!
Giveaway: Five copies of Organic Marin: Recipes From Farm To Table, published by Andrews McMeel Publishing Find it:Buy through Amazon, $18
The just-released Organic Marin: Recipes From Farm To Table is a gorgeous volume of recipes and stories from the county north of San Francisco known for its organic, local eating. The recipes were contributed by local Bay Area chefs. Proceeds benefit a local school lunch program, but if you want a chance at winning one, we are giving away five copies this week.
Giveaway: 2 Adagio Teas TriniTEA Makers and an assortment of Adagio teas Find it: Buy the TriniTEA Electric Maker at Adagio for $99
When we shared our review of Adagio's TriniTEA electric tea maker earlier today we hinted there might be a giveaway involved, and ta-da! There is! This tea maker has been sitting out on our counter since we got it; we can't bear to put it away. Now two lucky readers will also get to try this out.
Giveaway: Five copies of Serving Up the Harvest: 175 Simple Recipes Celebrating the Goodness of Fresh Vegetables by Andrea Chesman, published by Storey Publishing Find it: Buy Serving Up the Harvest for $11.53 at Amazon.com
It's September and harvest is in full swing. There's more zucchini than you know what to do with, tomatoes bursting out of gardens, and yams just waiting around the corner. You need a guide to these vegetables and a little help in getting the most out of them while they're at their peak! Enter this book from Andrea Chesman and Storey Publishing - seriously one of the best seasonal cooking guides we've found yet.