Win a Copy of Well Fed and Well Fed 2

Hi, guys! Happy Friday!

For those of you who are participating in the April Cookbook Challenge, here’s your chance to win another one of my favorite cookbooks! Actually, you’ll have the chance to win TWO of my favorite cookbooks: Well Fed and Well Fed 2! (Here’s my review of the original Well Fed.)


This week, I made Shepard’s Pie from Well Fed with mashed cauliflower (instead of potatoes), ground beef, carrots, and onions, and it turned out so well. I actually added some peas too!

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This dish had so much flavor, and it was definitely an awesome variation of your usual Shepard’s Pie. I already want to make it again next week!

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Ok, giveaway time!

To enter: If you cooked a new recipe from one of your cookbooks this week, just leave a comment on this post with the name of the recipe and the cookbook it’s from. If you cooked more than one recipe, feel free to include multiple comments! I will randomly pick a winner on Monday to win a copy of both Well Fed and Well Fed 2!! Good luck!


  1. For Passover I made brownies from Primal Palate that had zucchini in them with almond butter. Everyone loved them!

  2. Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins from against all grain…they r so good! I freeze them and take one out in the morning when it thaws I have it with almond butter smeared on top! Yum!

  3. This week I made a batch of granola using Quinoa from the Quinoa 365 cook book. Trying to transition into more paleo eating so I’m dying to try recipes out of the Well Fed books!

  4. Ive made all kinds of things but my favorite thing this week your English muffin recipe because we are slightly addicted to English muffins.

  5. I made the Pad Thai from Well Fed! Soo goood. I only own the digital version, would love a paper verson!

  6. I made chicken liver pate from Mark’s Daily Apple website! It is easy and a great way to get some organ meat into your diet.

  7. I made carnitas bowls with pork shoulder, cilantro lime rice, black beans and corn salsa. It was from a blog and not one of my cookbooks, but it was so good. Definitely a keeper!

  8. I made a recipe adapted from the bon appetit on my shelf- a brussels sprouts and kale salad with toasted almonds and a meyer lemon viniagrette, was awesome 🙂

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