May-June 2010 Cookbook of the Month Voting Thread (through Sun., May 2)
It's time to vote for our COTM for May and June, 2010! Voting will be open through SUNDAY, MAY 2.
NOTE: Please vote only if you have sincere intentions to participate in May and/or June if the book you prefer should be selected.
Please vote for one of the following:
WASHOKU, by Elizabeth Andoh *AND* JAPANESE COOKING: A SIMPLE ART, by Shizuo Tuji
GOURMET TODAY: MORE THAN 1000 ALL-NEW RECIPES FOR THE CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN
ITALIAN EASY: RECIPES FROM THE LONDON RIVER CAFE, by Rose Gray
(called River Cafe Easy in the UK)
IMPORTANT: In order to be counted, your vote MUST be typed in ALL CAPITALS to make it easier for me to pick out of the discussion.
Let the voting commence!
I have sincere intention to participate (and would glady cook from any of the above books) and think/hope my schedule is finally going to ease up in mid-May. But, based on my recent track record of participation (or lack thereof), I am going to abstain from voting. Face it, my fellow home-cooking 'hounds are the people whose cookbook advice I most trust anyway.
Choose something delicious! I look forward to joining you in our virtual communal kitchen!
Another non-voter here - I'm with TDQ if I can I'll participate - I will definitely be reading along though! :)
I'm making a commitment right here to participate this month and cast my vote for WASHOKU.
But I'll also try to get the other two books from my library in case the voting doesn't go that way...
After thinking it over, vacillating, waffling, going back and forth And saying my worry beads I'm voting for GOURMET TODAY. Although, I ordered washoku from my library syetem just to see what all the shoutin's about.
WASHOKU, by Elizabeth Andoh *AND* JAPANESE COOKING: A SIMPLE ART would be my first choice, though I'd cook from any of them.