Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook give-away

 

Cooking with Quebec Maple Syrup

 

The Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook by Anne Fortin is one of the many cookbooks in my collection jammed with post-it notes.  It combines over 60 maple syrup recipes made by some of Québec’s well known chefs. Anne Fortin is the owner of the Libraire Gourmande bookshop located in Montreal’s famous Jean-Talon Market.

I acquired a taste for maple syrup years ago at a sugar shack  and now I buy it by the case to cook with or to drizzle on pancakes, waffles, ice cream or Fench toast.  Some of the recipes I have made from the Cooking with Québec Maple syrup cookbook are the Pouding Chômer (Poor Man’s Pudding), Upside-Down Apple Pie with Maple Caramel, Apple Maple Syrup Muffins, Braised Root Vegetables à  l’Érable and Chicken with Cranberry, Thyme and Maple (my favourite).  My family has a sweet tooth so needless to say they devoured every recipe I made.

Today  I am giving away one copy of the Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook!  Having this cookbook in your collection will inspire your to cook with maple syrup all year long.

To enter, just answer the question ” What is your favourite way to use maple syrup?” in the comment section below and share the give-away on Facebook and Twitter.

The winner will be announced on Monday, April 27, 2015.

 

For my complete review of the cookbook  visit Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook review.

 

Permission to use the Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook photo was granted by Les Éditions Cardinal.

 

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9 Responses to Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook give-away

  1. Nancy April 23, 2015 at 3:35 am #
    I love to use apple syrop as a sweetener in the maple cinnamon meringue recipe that I have. It's a perfect way to cut out the white sugar and it gives it a great flavour.
  2. Julia (@Imagelicious) April 23, 2015 at 7:56 pm #
    I don't eat honey, so I use Maple Syrup as a substitute for every recipe that uses honey. But my favourite way is simple: Crepes. It's simple, it's classic, it's delicious! Julia (@Imagelicious) recently posted...Quinoa Broccoli Cakes with Poached EggMy Profile
  3. Janice @Kitchen Heals Soul April 23, 2015 at 7:58 pm #
    I heart maple syrup! Quite excited to go check out this book at the bookstore! I love to drizzle maple syrup on crêpes. It's a messy, drippy, fork and knife affair to eat crêpes with maple syrup on top, but so, so good. Really though, I love it on pancakes, waffles, and French toast too. And pouding chômeur is great. I guess I love all things maple ;) Janice @Kitchen Heals Soul recently posted...Maple syrup pieMy Profile
  4. Jenny Hartin April 23, 2015 at 8:00 pm #
    Maple syrup is my favorite. Jenny Hartin recently posted...Mother’s Day Gift Ideas * TasteBook Custom Cookbook * Soul Food Love and GIVEAWAYS!My Profile
  5. Cheryl Hand April 24, 2015 at 12:50 am #
    French Toast, vanilla ice cream with walnuts, cookies.
  6. Helene Meurer April 24, 2015 at 5:39 am #
    I grew up in Quebec and now live on Vancouver island, so I miss visiting the sugar shack and would LOVE to receive this book. I feel that I have maple syrup in my veins ;-) These days I love to drizzle maple syrup on plain Greek Yogurt.. those two flavours complement each other so well. But you asked about our very favourite way to eat maple syrup so I'm going to get real crazy here and tell you my most memorable maple syrup eating ever... Are you ready for it??? Okay, it was at a sugar shack in Quebec, many years ago... EGGS POACHED IN MAPLE SYRUP!!! I recreated this recipe about a dozen years ago for a totally decadent New Year's day brunch and it was just as amazing as the first time. Crazy, yes. But crazy good! I can't wait to try the new recipes offered by Anne Fortin's book -- thanks so much for offering this giveaway! Helene Meurer recently posted...How to make Thermomix egg noodles: the healthy pasta alternativeMy Profile
  7. Judy Krist April 24, 2015 at 11:24 am #
    straight up on buttermilk waffles, delicious !
  8. Julia (@Imagelicious) April 25, 2015 at 2:02 pm #
    I thought I submitted my comment, but it's missing from the page for some reason.,, My favourite way to eat maple syrup is simple - crepes! It's a classic combination and crepes are a perfect vehicle for the maple syrup. I use maple syrup in my cooking a lot. I don't eat honey, so I substitute maple syrup in every recipe that asks for honey be it marinades, sauces or baking. Julia (@Imagelicious) recently posted...Best Ever Chocolate Vegan CakeMy Profile
  9. Liliana April 28, 2015 at 5:56 pm #
    Thanks to all for participating in this give-away. It seems that all of you love maples syrup as much as I do, but unfortunately I only have one cookbook to give-away. I used the Random.Org generator to select the winner and the cookbook goes to.... Janice Lawandi of Kitchen Heals Soul. Congratulations Janice! Liliana recently posted...Cooking with Québec Maple Syrup cookbook give-awayMy Profile

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