Friday, July 10, 2009

Raffle Winner

Good Friday morning.




The winner of the raffle and the soon-to-be owner of The Zuni Cafe Cookbook is

KATTY

So, Katty, please send an email to me at cookingzuni@gmail.com and let me know to whom and where I should have the book sent. I'm planning on ordering it directly from Amazon, so a street address rather than a post office box is better for U.P.S.; however, since Amazon also uses the USPS, I think a post office box will do too.

I hope you enjoy the book as much as I do. I know you will enjoy the Zuni Roast Chicken with Bread Salad,




the Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes, as well as steamed potatoes with Four-Minute Egg Gribiche (to name a few).

Happy cooking and good eating.



6 comments:

Natallie said...

Inspired by your blog I attempted the Zuni roast chicken. Very fine attempt. I will be cooking it again.

Farmhouse Kitchen said...

Well, I just have to say that I LOVE your darling kitty on that red checked couch..So cute !

Kindest Regards,
Kary....and Whiskey Sour, Dandelion, Pixie Girl and Mumbie,

P.S. Zuni is one of my favorite restaurants in the city..and one of my favorite cookbooks too.

Victoria said...

Kary, et al,

I thank you, and the darling kitty thanks you.

That is a banquette in the kitchen, and Sylvano sits there (unless he's lounging on the table) while I cook.

Actually, I've never BEEN to the Zuni Cafe - only in my mind. It's on my list of important things to do based on how much I love the cookbook.

Anonymous said...

Zuni is my go to place for business lunches and meeting with girlfriends, their chicken is the best I have ever, ever had. I love it that you tackled that right away.

By the way the view from your kitchen window is incredible - where do you live?

Regards...
Diana from San Francisco

Victoria said...

Hi, Diana,

I live in NYC but spend the weekends a three-hour drive away in upstate New York, close to the Massachusetts border and not that far from Vermont either.

It's very beautiful - cool and green in the summer and usually white with snow in the winter.

Thanks for posting and asking!

Phoebe and Cara, The Quarter-Life Cooks said...

lucky duck! I need to pick up my own copy to make this chicken!