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CONTEST: 30 Days of Cookbook Giveaways!

We’re opening up our cookbook vault and sharing some of our favourites with you. Here’s how to enter.

We’re opening up our cookbook vault and sharing some of our favourites with you. Here’s how to enter

While we love being able to Google "How to make Chicken Parmesan" and find the perfect recipe at the drop of a hat (we may be biased, but ours is definitely up there), there's something about the sauce-stained pages of a cookbook that remains special and keeps us collecting them. In fact, after featuring dozens of cookbook recipes over the years (from authors like Jamie Oliver, Anna Olson, Dorie Greenspan, Evan Funke and Katie Parla), we've accumulated quite a few on our shelves... and we want to gift them to you as part of our 30 Days of Cookbook Giveaways contest. 

Here's how it's going to work. Each day, for the next 30 days, we're adding a cookbook that's been featured on CBC Life (or one bundle of them) to the pot. You can enter at any time or every day, and at the end of the 30 days, we'll draw 30 different winners. We'll be announcing the cookbooks we're adding daily on our Instagram page, so be sure to follow along if you want to keep up on the beauties that are being included. Interested? 

Here's how to enter for your chance to win: 

First, head to our Food section, and check out the selection of scrumptious recipes we've featured from cookbooks over the last few years. Then, use what you learned to answer the first question in the entry form below, fill out the remainder of the form and then keep your fingers crossed! Winners will be drawn in January. 

No purchase required. Contest open to adult Canadian residents. Contest ends on December 19, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EST, and winners will be chosen in January 2020. See full contest rules for details.

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