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APRIL 2011 COTM VOTING THREAD.

Wow, what interesting discussions we've shared on our nominations! Now it time to vote. Please do so by USING ALL CAPS for the book you are voting for. Since everyone is ready to know the outcome quickly and get hold of the book(s) for the month, we will keep voting open only until Friday morning, March 18th at 9.am. CDST. The books listed below got the most attention and are eligble for the April COTM. Happy voting!

AROUND MY FRENCH TABLE by Dorie Greenspan

MARCELLA'S ITALIAN KITCHEN and revisit Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking, by
Marcella Hazen.

THE SOUTH AMERICAN TABLE by Marie Baez Kijac

David Thompson's Thai books (vote for one or more) -
THAI FOOD
CLASSIC THAI CUISINE
THAI STREET FOOD

Many other great books were mentioned, and I hope we'll return to them at a later time.

-Paula

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  1. Thanks for posting this so quickly bayoucook. Just to be sure I don't mess up. . . we each get just one vote right? (meaning I need to take my time and be certain when I weigh in!!)

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    1. re: Breadcrumbs

      I think that's what the rules say. Tough choice, huh?

      1. re: bayoucook

        Definitely bayoucook! One thing for certain, we'll have a good book in April, regardless of which is chosen. It's so nice to see al the enthusiasm for the COTM too!!

    2. THAI FOOD!!!
      Perhaps I am a bit overzealous, or maybe just an excited food nerd?!
      I would be very interested in exploring more of South America at a later date......

      1. MARCELLA'S ITALIAN COOKING and ESSENTIALS

        1. THE SOUTH AMERICAN TABLE gets my vote!

          1. AROUND MY FRENCH TABLE

            Thank you, bayoucook!

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            1. re: blue room

              I am on my iPhone so I don't know how to post links, but I think someone needs to post a link to this voting thread at the bottom of the nomination thread.

              1. re: dkennedy

                Good suggestion, DK -- I just did it.