The Prairie Homestead Cookbook #giveaway
Posted April 5, 2019 by Prairie Wife - 18 comments
If you’re a regular reader of ours you KNOW that this cookbook does not come from me 😉
While I love to cook, and even share recipes here on the blog it’s not what I’m best at!
The Prairie Homestead Cookbook was written by a fellow Wyoming blogger, Jill Winger of ThePrairieHomestead.com.
I met her through a mutual friend and have been following her blog ever since its creation.
Take a moment to learn a bit more about this amazing cookbook (currently #1 new release on Amazon American Midwest Cooking) and then enter to win a SIGNED COPY of your own!
Part recipes and part homesteading handbook, The Prairie Homestead Cookbook will not only teach you how to make traditional American comfort food recipes with simple, whole food ingredients, but will also help you get started growing your own veggies, eggs, and maybe even dairy, to add to your homemade meals.
Inside The Prairie Homestead Cookbook you will learn:
👉 Over 105 recipes for wholesome, family-pleasing breakfasts, sides, mains, and desserts
👉 17 tutorials for making your own pantry staples such as ricotta, cream cheese, herb-infused salts, sourdough starter, sauces, and more
👉 Quick-glance growing guides for fresh veggies and herbs (even if you live in an apartment)
👉 Troubleshooting tips for homemade broth, butter, and strategies for keeping your homestead pantry well-stocked
👉 Practical advice and encouragement as you begin your own homesteading journey, no matter where you may live
PLUS you will get an entire suite of BOOK BONUSES (valued at over $130!) after purchase… plus a special PRE-SALE BONUS PACK (these extra goodies expire on April 15th so get your order in now)!
All you HAVE to do to enter to win is let me know in the comments what food you think of when you think of homestead cooking!
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PS…Stop by our Instagram page to see pics of some of these recipes I just had to try 😉
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