To celebrate Earthbound Farm’s 25thanniversary of their organic packaged salads, they’re giving fans of organic salad the opportunity to download a FREE eCookbook!
Salads for Every Season: 25 Recipes from Earthbound Farm by Myra Goodman (who’s been called “The Queen of Greens”) is 83 pages of delicious salad recipes from Myra’s first two cookbooks, Food to Live By and The Earthbound Cook.
Earthbound Farms thinks you'll find it especially handy for lightening up the menu during the holidays! Some fall and winter salad recipes include:
- Jicama and Orange Salad with Orange-Sesame Vinaigrette
- Escarole with Walnuts, Dates, and Bacon
- Roasted Beet Salad alla Caprese (this one’s gorgeous)
- Autumn Salad with Persimmons and Pomegranate Seeds.
The eCookbook also features a field guide to salad greens, sidebars exploring ingredients and salad basics, how to grow your own sprouts and infuse your own oils, and a chapter dedicated to versatile dressings and dips. Not bad for FREE!
Download your free copy
These online retailers will be carrying Salads for Every Season: 25 Recipes from Earthbound Farm for free until 12/31/11. After that, the eCookbook will retail for $2.99.
- Amazon.com for Kindle
- BarnesAndNoble.com for Nook
- Google eBooks for reading online, Android, iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, iRiver, Nook and Sony
- iTunes for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
- Coming soon to Kobobooks.com and Sony's eBookstore, too
More free eCookbooks on Amazon
While I was checking out Salads for Every Season: 25 Recipes from Earthbound Farm on Amazon, I noticed that there were many very interesting FREE eCookbooks available such as:
- A Parchment Paper Thanksgiving: A Holiday Sampler Menu from the Parchment Paper Cookbook by Brett Sember who did a guest post a few weeks ago here: Parchment paper packet cooking: Easy Greek Chicken
- Healthy South Indian Cooking
- Easy Vegetarian Recipes
- Aprovecho: A Mexican-American Border Cookbook
- Nile Style: Egyptian Cuisine and Culture: Ancient Festivals, Significant Ceremonies, and Modern Celebration
- Sephardic Israeli Cuisine: A Mediterranean Mosaic
Makes you want to run out and buy a Kindle Fire, eh?