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Yummy Supper Book Giveaway!

I’ve been ask many times what’s my favorite part of blogging? There are a few answers to that but without a doubt one of my favorite parts is the connection I make with people. Today, I’m very excited to share this book written by the super talented Erin Scott from Yummy Supper. I’ve been following Erin for quite some time and I always enjoy her stories, honest recipes and her beautiful photography, all reflected on her book.

Yummy Supper is a book filled with great recipes your whole family can enjoy. Living with celiac disease, Erin has developed many gluten free recipes. In her book, she has very useful tips for those who are starting or already live a gluten-free life. Also, a comprehensive list of items she keeps on her pantry, including brands she trusts. 
I already made a few recipes from her book, a beautiful pistachio pesto, steamed mussels and most recently, ruby red grapefruit fizz. The next on my list is a recipes she has for bourbon-braised short ribs, they look divine! Are you hungry yet? HERE is a link to more information on where to get this must-have book!! 
We are giving away to one lucky winner a copy of Erin Scott’s Yummy Supper 100 Fresh Luscious & Honest Recipes from a {Gluten Free} Omnivore. All you have to do is to leave a comment below. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, September 3. Good luck!

Winner Announced!

Congratulations Kate @

Ruby Red Grapefruit fizz
Serves 4 to 6
2 cups freshly squeezed grapefruit juice
(As she said, You can use any sweet grapefruit but ruby red 
is her favorite)
2 cups chilled sparkling water
2-4 tablespoons light agave nectar
Plenty of ice cubes
4-6 sprigs fresh thyme
Splash or two of tequila in each glass
(this is optional but I totally went for it:) 
Place the juice, water, agave nectar, and ice cubes in a large jar with a lid. Shake a few times until everything is combined and the bubbles are dancing. Taste for sweetness and add more agave, as desired. Pour the fizz over more ice cubes into individual glasses. top each with a sprig of thyme. Add some good tequila, if you so desired. 

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