Every Day Is Saturday brims with more than 100 beautiful recipes that will make weeknight cooking a breeze. Sarah Copeland—award-winning writer, tastemaker and curator of good living—shares her recipes and easy-to-follow tips to create an inspiring resource for weeknight cooks, weekend dreamers, and working parents who want to put great meals at the center of the table where their family gathers.
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Chronicle Books is thrilled to partner with Le Creuset to celebrate Every Day is Saturday in a special online pre-order sweepstakes.
* Terms and Conditions: Open to legal residents of the United States, ages 18 and older. Winner will be notified via email. Available colors include Cerise, Flame, Meringue, Marine, Oyster, Provence, and Caribbean. Winner must select the same color for all items in the set. By entering the contest, individuals consent to receive email communication from at least one or all of the following entities: Chronicle Books, Le Creuset, Sarah Copeland. Individuals may unsubscribe at any time, and subscribing does not increase the chances of winning. Click here to read the complete terms and conditions.
To enter, simply pre-order the book from your favorite online retailer and complete the form below between April 15 and June 3, 2019. One lucky winner will receive a Le Creuset Cookware Set in their choice of colors, valued at $995.*
"I'm picky about what holds court in my kitchen, but for four years running, my cotton Le Creuset Dutch Oven sits front and center on my stove. It's elegant and timeless—but so practical. I count on it daily to cook beautiful, nurturing meals for my family and friends." —Sarah Copeland
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Sarah Copeland is the award-winning author of the books Feast, The Newlywed Cookbook, and Every Day is Saturday, which exemplify her standard for gorgeous photography, luscious recipes, and simple luxuries. The former Food Director at Real Simple magazine and a Food Network veteran, Sarah’s recipes appear regularly in the New York Times Food section and in Food & Wine magazine.
Sarah lives in the Hudson Valley with her young family, where she tries (and fails) at fruit farming and excels at hosting raucous, twinkly-light dinner parties for friends. Learn more at Edibleliving.com.
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