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Karen

It seems like I have a fatal attraction to trying a new recipe when I have company for dinner. Adds to the stress!
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Chelsea

I'd like to win this book so I can try some of their "take out fake out" asian-themed recipes!

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Told my mother and grandmother about the giveaway!

Chelsea

The salmon salad looks amazing! And I have all the ingredients except the water cheastnuts (Asian market, here I come!) and celery (I've never liked it).

The tip about pulling at the leaves on the pineapple to see if it is ripe is a great one! I'll have to use that...and I love that those little prickly bits are called "eyes".

Can't wait to make this! I was getting tired of baking/pan frying my salmon (but wanted to get those amazing omega 3's and fats!)

Thanks, Rachel!

Chelsea

I'm a college student and just signed a lease to my very own place last month. (No more sharing rooms with others!) and to celebrate I'd love to host a dinner party for my friends and family. Being Paleo has been such a wonderful adventure for me, and I want to share my experiences with the ones I love. I have Bill and Hayley's first cookbook...they can do no wrong. :-)

Shanda

My biggest challenge is finding something to serve to guests that are accustomed to the SAD diet that they would enjoy and that my husband with lots and lots of food allergies can also eat.

I would love to win this book.

Gail

My main challenge when cooking for company is having everything that I am cooking be finished at the same time, and not always be waiting on one thing that is not done while the rest is starting to cool off.

Karen Clemence

I would love to receive a copy of Gather because I am always looking for new ideas to impress my company when entertaining.

Anita Reale

I am very new to paleo cooking. I need help creating new recipes without the use of flour and grains I am used to using.

Ellen

My challenge is to not overdo it in an effort please everyone. I would LOVE a copy of this. . .it looks wonderful!

Corinne

Loving this new way of cooking and living! I really enjoy trying new recipes and really think I would Love this book! Thanks for a chance at one!

Kari B

My challenge is getting the timing down so I'm not missing quality time with my guests.

Shemara

I would love this book, as fairly new to gluten free diet due to sever gluten intolerance and very new to paleo I have hard time figuring out what to make when I have guests over, or go to potluck events, or even just cooking for the family! We need ideas! And wining this book would mean world to me, especially since I am a single mom and job searching at this time I don't have funds to purchase things like cookbooks!

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amber

Wow! I would love to try the section "A Night in Tuscany". Looks like a beautiful book!

Shemara

Mentioning the book and giveaway on my page, domestic diva-proverbs 31 women!!

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Watched and saved the broccoli avocado soup! Can't wait to try it, I love avocados!!

Chef Rachel

I love that so many of you are commenting on and entering this giveaway. Keep the entries coming. You can enter as many times as you like.

I appreciate you following my blog,

Chef Rachel

Therese

I just never know what to serve that everyone will eat and enjoy.

Deanna

My challenge in cooking for others is that I don't want it to appear complicated and have them think that it is too hard or they can't do it. I also don't want my non-Paleo friends to feel like they are eating one of my weird "Paleo" meals. I want them to feel like they are just eating really good food and then realize that they don't even miss the grains/legumes/dairy.

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Jamie Quanrud

The challenge I run into is preparing an entire meal for friends and family. I usually can come up with the main course or an appetizer, but find it challenging to keep the theme running through all courses of the meal.

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Subscribed to your newsletter, can't wait to read them and well as watch your videos on Youtube.

Marina

Just watch your video on the coleslaw salad. All the time I eat it crunchy, so this is a new method I will definitely will try it. It sounds and looks delish!

Marina

Since my husband years ago decided on eating healthier, we have changed our diets and I am always looking for new healthy recipes. I like variety, simplicity and of course, it has to taste good ;-). I constantly have people over and I always try to bring at least one new dish for them to try. Your book looks very yummy and interesting.

Chef Rachel

Hi Marina

I think you'll really like Gather. So glad you've entered multiple times.

Btw: My cookbook, The Garden of Eating: A Produce Dominated Diet & Cookbook has a bunch of menus for special occasions, holidays, different seasons, and great recipes that are family friendly. I hope you will check that out on my tab above this page "MY BOOKS." Your local library might have it, in which case you can peruse it before you buy. Or you could read some of the review about it on my PRESS page (tab above).

Daisy

My challenge is a lack of time. My days are so full that I find it diifficult to even be home long enough to entertain, much less make food for the meal. Simplicity becomes priority rather quickly!

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Chef Rachel

Thank you all for participating in the recent cookbook giveaway on my blog. I'm so pleased to have your comments and entries. I hope all of you will follow the ongoing giveaways and other activities on my blog by subscribing to receieve updates.

In gratitude,
Chef Rachel

Shari

Subscribed for the blog and newsletters - my issue is finding folks who don't insist on standard grain bread with their meal.

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