Bountiful Cookbook Giveaway

Bountiful Cookbook Giveaway

Behold my latest obsession – Todd Porter and Diane Cu‘s first cookbook, Bountiful: Recipes Inspired by Our Garden. It’s filled with wonderful photographs, recipes and stories. I’m giving away a copy since I think everyone should own it. And here’s why:

Todd Porter and Diane Cu: Bountiful Cookbook

Amongst the gorgeous photographs, taken by Diane and Todd, you’ll read heartfelt stories from this girl from Vietnam and boy from a cattle ranch in Oregon. You’ll read about they built their food life together and about their beautiful garden, their favorite recipes, and how they love to share all of this with everyone around them.

Bountiful Cookbook: Sierra and Lexi

 You’ll also get to know their awesome dogs, Sierra and Lexi.

Homemade Sriracha: Bountiful Cookbook:

You’ll learn how to master some of my favorite recipes of theirs like Homemade Sriracha (chile hot sauce).

Meyer Lemon-Iced Brown Butter Madeleines: Bountiful Cookbook

Then there’s the recipe for Meyer Lemon-Iced Brown Butter Madeleines which I baked here.

Sweet Onion Crack Dip: Bountiful Cookbook

And the addictive and awesomely named Sweet Onion Crack Dip.

Olive Oil--Baked Beet Chips: Bountiful Cookbook

And the healthy and beautifully colored Olive Oil–Baked Beet Chips with sea salt and black pepper.

Heirloom Tomato Galette: Bountiful Cookbook

And the exquisitely crisp Heirloom Tomato Galette.

Bountiful Cookbook Giveaway

Trust me. You’ll be inspired to invite friends over as you read about how they love to nurture the people around them by sharing their scrumptious homecooked meals.

How To Enter This Easy & Awesome Giveaway:
No purchase necessary.
(1) Sign in to the giveaway box below, making sure to add your email so I know how to contact you if you’re a winner; and
(2) Enter a comment in the comments section below about which of the above recipes you can’t wait to try out; and
(3) Earn additional entries (i.e. more chances to win!) by “liking” the Perfect Morsel Facebook page here. For those of you who have already liked the page before, no fear – you’ll get an additional entry automatically.

Good luck!

The giveaway has ended. Congratulations to Kiy S.! Thank you all for participating. Stay tuned for another awesome giveaway that I’m getting ready to launch.


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  1. Vyasar says

    Hi, I’m Vyasar. I just started reading your blog on the suggestion of a friend who knows you, and I’m working on a book about Indian food in America, and I want to win this cookbook!
    Is that too many ands?

    • says

      Hi Vyasar! Thank you for commenting. There are never too many ands. 😉 I can’t wait to read your book about Indian food in America. Good luck with that and the giveaway!

  2. Natalie Sheikh says

    The homemade sririacha sauce for sure, and I need to see what’s in the sweet onion crack dip, I could live off dips! I love this site. My husband is from Pakistan and I was introduced to the most amazing cuisine when I married him, dhal especially has become one of my favourite dishes. I always made it a certain way and it tasted good but not quite as good as I’d get in Indian/Pakistani restaurants. The recipe you shared on here is just the most PERFECT recipe and exactly what I was looking for, I doubled the recipe and finished it in less than 2 days! I will make my dhal like this all the time now, so thank you for that! Great giveaway too :-) xx

    • says

      Thanks, Natalie! You just made my day. I’m so happy to hear you like the lentil recipe. It’s one of my favorites and I cook it every week now. Maybe dhal with a little homemade sriracha sauce? 😉 Good luck with the giveaway!

  3. michael stier says

    if only i had a personal chef! but since i do not, i’ll have to be inspired by your thoughtful writing and lovely photos.

  4. Elvina says

    What’s a girl to do?! I think that if I had to choose, I would like to try the heirloom galette. Followed by the beet chips and lastly, the Meyer Lemon Madeleines. Well, that was easy!

  5. Amy C says

    The Sweet Onion Crack Dip looks absolutely delicious! So great for the cold weather to cozy up and dip the bread with the tasty sauce~ Such amazing cookbook with stunning photography! Thank you so much for the giveaway~

  6. Julia says

    I’ve always been intrigued by your Meyer Lemon recipes, as well as the pictures that go along with them. So I’d have to vote for Meyer Lemmon-Iced Brown Butter Madeleines! But quite honestly, pictures of Lexi and Sierra are almost as much fun as trying new recipes! Love them!

  7. Christine says

    The sweet onion crack dip sounds divine! I’d make that first so I have something to much on while I browse the rest of the book!

  8. says

    I would start off with the tomato galette. This recipe looks so fresh and easy. It seems satisfying and would surely please my health conscious crowd. Such clarity in the pictures. They really capture the beauty of the recipes.

  9. Deborah Kuprunas says

    I grew up in Philadelphia. Back in the day(80’s), while I was learning my craft as a classical vocalist, I was blessed to work at small charming cafes that roasted their own coffee beans, made amazing bread and pastry, and beautifully presented bistro plated food. There was always art, music and poetry. And owners who were willing to teach their staff their skills. I never forgot those precious adventures. Many good memories. I am a late bloomer in my own kitchen now. My favorite spice is saffron. I grow my own squash blossoms and other edible flowers. I work under the table as a barista, sommelier, and assistant baker and haunt the farmer’s markets and local farms on my down time. I discovered Perfect Morsel in the early morning during a coastal storm in north central Florida, a small seaside village, fogged in–could not sleep because the wind was clattering shutters, and sheets of fast moving rain louder than the ocean surf. So, I am preparing lovingly, baked apples and your turmeric milk recipe. I have found exciting adventures in rediscovering my food creativity, which is out of it’s dormancy. The Bountiful Cookbook sounds like the perfect food dharma to study from! Kindest Regards, Deborah Kuprunas

    • says

      Hi Deborah, Thank you for your lovely comment and for sharing your love of food. Saffron is amazing! But I have yet to share a recipe on the site using it. I’ll have to do so soon. I hope you enjoyed the apple tart and turmeric milk. They’re some of my favorites. Looking forward to hearing from you again. Good luck with the giveaway!

  10. Michelle Wooderson says

    Oh that Sweet Onion Crack Dip is just spoken of so much. I must try it. I am a huge gardener and this cookbook has been on my wish list for a long time. Thank you for the chance to win! Now off to check out your site.

  11. Kiy says

    The Heirloom Tomato Galette was the photo that brought me here. Oh, that looks amazing. However, the Sweet Onion Crack Dip has me drooling! Thank you for offering such a nice giveaway.

  12. Shelley J H says

    What a beautiful book. I am an avid cookbook collector and this one has georgous photos and really must try recipes. I want to try the heirloom tomato galette and the Meyer lemon Madeline’s first I think then work my way through. It is a hope of mine to publish a beautiful book of my own one day. Congratulations to you on a wonderful accomplishment.

  13. Devon Hernandez says

    I need this book in my life!! I am excited for the sweet onion crack dip, but I think my husband might lose his sh*t if I made him homemade sriracha sauce! Thank you so much for the giveaway. :-)

  14. Pamela Whitman says

    I’ve already made the Sweet Onion Crack dip. It was wonderful. The Tomato Galette looks terrific!
    I hope I only entered once. I was having difficulty with the entry site.

  15. Gloria R, says

    What delicious looking recipes and then you ask which one I would try first? I really, really had to think about that but I finally decided I’d like to try the Heirloom Tomato Galette. I love tomatoes and we have been growing heirlooms for the past 5 years. They may not last quite as long as the others if they set on the counter, but our’s are used very quickly and the flavor is so much better, :)
    Thank you for offering this beautiful cookbook as a give away.

  16. Laurie Emerson says

    It is hard to choose as they all look so good. I think I would try the Meyer Lemon-Iced Brown Butter Madeleines first though as I have such a sweet tooth!


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