Win a Copy of Food Network Magazine’s New Cookbook

by in Contests, April 20th, 2011

Mother’s Day is less than 3 weeks away, what are you planning for the special mom in your life? Breakfast in bed? A tea party? An outdoor picnic? A card or a special gift? Or maybe all of the above. One gift she’d surely love is a copy of Food Network Magazine‘s new cookbook, Great Easy Meals. The New York Times best seller is loaded with easy weeknight dinner recipes and side dishes to pair with them, plus 10-minute dessert recipes, tips from the Food Network Kitchens, and peeks into the home kitchens of your favorite TV chefs.

You can order mom (or yourself!) a copy, but we’d like to give you a chance to win one for free! All you have to do is comment on this post with the dish(es) you’re planning on making the mom in your life for Mother’s Day, OR the dish your own mom made best. We’re giving away one copy of the cookbook to a randomly-selected, and very lucky commenter.

You may only comment once to be considered, and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited. Only open to legal residents of 50 U.S. states, DC or Puerto Rico,  and you must be at least 18 to win. All entries (comments) must be entered between 9 am ET on April 20th and 5pm ET on April 22nd. Subject to full official rules. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, 9721 Sherrill Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37932.

So tell us, what are you making for mom?

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Comments (304)

  1. Buck D says:

    My mom loves my pumpkin pancakes so i'll surprise her with some Mother's Day morning.

  2. KelseyW says:

    My favourite thing my mom makes is her meatballs with a tomato sauce, but it's spiked with worcestershire sauce to give it zing. Mmmmm, one of my favourite foods ever.

  3. JaxAppleby says:

    Even though my mom is no longer with us, we still celebrate her day, and mine, with a turkey roasted to perfection, and numerous side dishes. Those consist of sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, thick and delicious giblet gravy, fresh smashed turnips with a touch of sweetner and butter, freshly-picked green beans, giblet cornbread stuffing, homemade whole berry cranberry sauce, whole grain dinner rolls, and iced tea.

  4. Nancy P says:

    A Prime Rib roast! My first time cooking one, hopefully it comes out great!

  5. Trene says:

    To this day I still LOVE my mom's beef stew. I can't for the life of my figure out how she makes it so flavorful with the most tender beef you've ever tasted! When I ask her the secret she always tells me "it's a 'mom' thing!"…hopefully one day if I have kids of my own, she'll let me in on it =)

  6. Jackie says:

    Hmm… I'm not sure yet. I'm hoping that my husband and kids cook something tasty for me this year. I should start hinting at some of my favorites!

  7. @SudsofLove says:

    My mom makes the best fried chicken ever….It's a recipe called "Newfoundland Fried Chicken" and the combination of spices is to die for. I even requested it for the meal at one of my birthday parties when I was a kid…8 or 9 I think, lol, too long ago to remember!
    This year will be my mom's first mother's day without her mom. I'm thinking me and my kids should be doing the cooking and spoiling… :-)

  8. My MIL will no doubt request something simple, like burgers and potato salad. I'll make whatever she asks for, though.

  9. BennettPI says:

    Eggplant Parmigiana is my moms favorite and I am using the recipe from Bobby Flay's "THROWDOWN" book

  10. @glasseyes12 says:

    For loving mom i would like to make the french toast special. French toast of course,syrup and dab of butter. Bacon or for her Turkey bacon and Orange Juice. Simple right?.,but great.Becuse it's made me for my mom.

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