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Written by the editor-at-large of Imbibe magazine, Tiny Bubbles includes some 40 recipes using sparkling wine, including Champagne, prosecco, and cava.
Most of the recipes are for cocktails, from classics (mimosas and Champagne cocktails) to new inventions (the cherryful Marasco Fizz and the lemony-pomegranate blend of the Melagrana). The book includes mocktails for those who like the fizz without the buzz, as well as a selection of edibles to go along with the drinks.
p(blue). This week's Cookbook Friday drawing is for both copies of Tiny Bubbles from Chronicle Books, plus a one-year subscription to Imbibe magazine. Enter to win the book and subscription by adding at least one of the recipes featured at left to the recipe queue on your Culinate member page.
p(blue). Here's how to add to your recipe queue:
# Make sure you're logged in as a Culinate member. (If you don't already have a free member account, create one [/forms/user/new?src=CookbookFridays here].)
# Click on one of the featured recipes above, then click on the "Add to my Recipe Queue" link (found below the recipe photo on every recipe page).
p(blue). That's it — you've entered! (All entries must be made between Friday, January 23, and noon PST on Friday, January 30, 2008.) Check back each Friday for a new drawing announcement and chances to win new prizes.
p(blue). Congratulations to the weekly winners (Melissa, Diane, Thomas, Lynda, and Rebecca) who received both a copy of the book, but also a subscription to Imbibe Magazine. Check back each Friday for a new drawing announcement and chances to win new prizes.
Want to learn more about recipe queues and other member-page features on Culinate? Check out one of our [/user/kim "staff pages"], or the member [/culinate/faqmemberpages "FAQ page"] for more information.
h6. \Entry closes at noon PST on Friday, January 30, 2008. Winners will be then be drawn from all valid entries. Eligible winners must have U.S. mailing and addresses and reside in the U.S. Please note that all standard Culinate contest rules apply to this drawing._