Win 10 Australian Women’s Weekly Sunday Roast And Baking Collection Cookbooks Worth $450 (CLOSED)

Win 10 Australian Women's Weekly Cookbooks Worth $450

 

Almost 18 years ago I bought my first two cookbooks off the streets of Mumbai. One was a mini cookbook by Family Circle and the other was a pre-loved dog eared copy of the Australian Women’s Weekly Chinese Cookbook. I cherished them like the prized treasure they were. Little was I to know that the simple act of buying a cookbook would spur a madness, an addiction that would last a lifetime. Almost 800 cookbooks later and counting, I still have my first ones sitting proudly on my shelf.

 
And I haven’t stopped buying the Australian Women’s Weekly series which is iconic and stands the test of time here in Australia. They have it all covered, from breakfasts to dinners and everything in between triple tested. A few weeks ago I was sent two new expansive compendiums from the Australian Women’s Weekly coffers – The Sunday Roast and The Baking Collection. Because I have been through my collection of AWW’s cookbooks on countless ocassions, I could see that the new books contained some recipes from older cookbooks. But what a treat these new cookbooks were.
 
 
AWW - The Sunday Roast Cookbook Review
 
 
The AWW Sunday Roast is a great cookbook to have if you have a large family and/or entertain a lot. Having said that, there are some pretty nifty recipes that you could make for two as well. In a bid to bring back the Sunday Roast tradition, this new offering from AWW is full of inspiration and features traditional roasts of duck, lamb, pork, quail, beef and chicken while also exploring Asian and Middle Eastern roasts. A chapter dedicated to vegetables explores vegetarian tarts, dressings, soups, sides and salads while a chapter dedicated to the sweet tooth has all your dessert needs sorted with recipes for crumbles, pies, trifles and dainty after dinner treats.
 
 
AWW - The Baking Collection Cookbook review
 
 
The AWW Baking Collection is a feast for the eyes with cakes, biscuits, pies, puddings and heaps more. A commemorative book to celebrate 80 years, it has standout recipes like Spices Of The Orient teacake, Fig And Walnut Tart, Caramel Apple Whoopie Pies and a whole section on savoury pastries and breads. The pictures are delectable and there is plenty to try out from simple to mid-level. I couldn’t really find a recipe that looked too hard, maybe time consuming, but not too hard.
 
So now that these two books have your next gathering sorted, who wants to win a set consisting of both books?? Thanks to the wonderful guys at Australian Women’s Weekly, I have 5 sets of two books (each worth $90) worth 450 up for grabs.
 
 

TO WIN

 
1. You MUST HAVE AN AUSTRALIAN POSTAL ADDRESS.
2. You MUST ENTER VIA RAFFLECOPTER BOX below.
3. You MUST LEAVE A COMMENT AND TELL ME WHAT YOU LOVE TO EAT ON A SUNDAY?
4. You MAY do the extra options for additional entries.
5. Giveway commences now and ends on 21st MAY 2013. FIVE WINNERS will be picked randomly on 21st MAY 2013
 
GOOD LUCK ALL!
 
 

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