Good morning, ladies!We have two copies of the popular French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook to give away to our readers this week. Keep reading to learn more and enter the giveaway! Best of luck…


This 2004 bestselling cookbook
isn’t about diets: it’s about how you can live a healthy lifestyle that will keep you slim, trim and happy. These simple and fresh seasonal dishes will truly change the way you look at food…and of course…eat!

The Prize: Two (2) winners will receive a copy of the French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook.

Timeline: This giveaway will run until August 9th, 2012 at 11:59pm CDT.  A winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email on Friday, August 10th.

How to Enter:

Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment on this blog post and tell us how you cook seasonally, whether it’s with products from the Farmers’ market or your own garden!

Optional Additional Entries (leave separate comments for each one telling us that you’ve done them):

1. Share one of our posts! Fit&FabLiving on Facebook.

2. Tweet to us: Fit&FabLiving on Twitter.

3. Post about this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter, linking back to this page.

Good luck!

Emilie

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42 Comments

  • Denise M

    i try to cook items that are in season based on whats at our work farmers market that week. Also by being more conscious of items at the grocery store

  • gail

    i try to make different salads depending on what’s available at the farmers market

  • Elena

    i cook seasonally by shopping at our local farmer’s market in charlotte, as well as using the (very few) tomatoes we have growing on our apartment balcony!

  • carol gentry

    We always have a garden that I get produce from.

  • Mare

    I love my organic tomatoes

  • http://pregnantkatiesmom.blogspot.com/ Susan Chester

    I go to the farmer’s market once a week. It only allows local in season foods, so I know I am getting the freshest available.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  • Jennifer McKay

    We cook from our own garden supplemented with trips to the farmers market when we can.

  • Christine

    fresh salads grown locally

  • Wendy

    During the summer, we eat fresh produce from the local farmer’s stand or our own garden. Right now we’ve been eating tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers and radishes. It’s a great summer meal to grill up a chicken breast and eat it with a side of fresh veggies.

  • Wendy
  • http://thethingswehopefor.blogspot.com/ Emmy

    Ssasonal means I cook/eat whatever is on sale at the store!

  • Diane Baum

    I use veggies from my garden, the farmer’s market, and the grocery store

  • Melissa B.

    I like to cook with fresh vegetables from my summer garden: bell pepper, cucumbers, yellow squash.

  • tamar

    I roast vegetables based on whatever is in season

  • Susan Foster O’Bryant

    This year, I grew jalapenos for the first time. They are so prolific! We have had several dinners featuring the spicy pepper.

  • Susan Foster O’Bryant
  • Susan Foster O’Bryant

    And I tweeted about this giveaway here ~ https://twitter.com/susanaudrey/status/232993979774414849

  • Kim W

    I cook what looks best at my local fruit and veggie stand

  • Daniel M

    we go to the farmers market every week in the summer

  • Jas Dudzik

    I have to eat seasonally because produce is so expensive here. I always look for seasonal specials.

  • Valerie Taylor Mabrey

    i try to use the local orchard
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  • Ed Nemmers

    The rainbow salads are great with the cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes from the backyard garden!

  • Chrystal J.

    I shop at my local farmer’s market and buy lots of fresh vegetables and fruits to cook with.

  • Joy F

    Grocery store, we don’t have a farmers market here.

  • Brittani

    We have veggies from the garden we try to use!

  • Crystal Renee

    I cook and bake with the vegetables and fruits in my garden.
    sellcrystal2[at]gmail[dot]com

  • http://myloonyverse.com Sherry Conrad

    Our farmer’s market is outrageously expensive, more than whole paycheck even. Yeah. I’d love to support them, but I have to make do with the deals in Kroger and Whole Foods on organics.

  • Shianne

    I base meals around the bargains I find at Trader Joe’s and Sunflower Market.

  • Shianne

    Tweeted: @FitAndFabLiving Entering the French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook sweepstakes! :) From: @shiannesweeps

  • Nicole

    I don’t really cook seasonally, but in the winter we do lots of crock pot recipes and soups, in the summer it’s more fresh fruits and veggies.

  • susan smoaks

    i just buy the veggies and fruits that are on sale and use them to cook, so it’s ends up being seasonal!

  • Vicki D.

    I have a garden, so in the summer I try to eat as many veggies with each meal as we can.

  • Melissa Shirley

    I try and grow my own veggies like tomatoes but we have sandy dirt and have a hard time with a lot of veggies. We do our own tomatoes, but I usually go to the local farmers market and I have a friend that has a great big garden and he as EVERYTHING from com to watermelon to tomatoes squash, beans etc so we also buy a lot from him. i would rather use these garden grown and farmer market veggies than the stores produce. it is just so much better.
    [email protected]

  • James Coyne

    I cook with items from the farmers market

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  • Sarah Yurga

    I shop the Farmer’s market and the local section of the produce department at our grocery store.

  • SHEILA tf

    We get produce from our CSA farm during winter (FLorida)…love them!

    sheilatf52 at yahoo dot com

  • Gianna

    Fresh garden veggies.

  • Veronica Garrett

    Seasonally I get products from farmers’ markets.

  • Sand

    I cook seasonally with herbs and vegetables from my own garden and fruits from the farmer’s market.

  • Robin

    I make lots of salads and stuffed peppers with our garden supplies