Book Giveaway: Win a Copy of Pumpkin It Up!

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Pumpkin It Up cookbook signed

 

Dear friends,

Fall is just around the corner, and to celebrate the changing seasons I’m giving away one signed copy of my pumpkin cookbook, Pumpkin It Up!  (that’s an affiliate link).

This 128 page, four-color book (published by Gibbs Smith) has 75 recipes and retails for $16.99.

 

Pumpkin It Up cookbook

 

The first section of the book is all about preparing pumpkins for cooking, with basic recipes for homemade puree and roasted pumpkin seeds.

 

Scooping pumpkin seeds

 

Forget those artificially flavored hot drinks—you’ll find a recipe for homemade, real Pumpkin Spice Latte in this book. 

 

Pumpkin Spice Latte

 

You’ll find many breakfast recipes inside, such as these easy Pumpkin Cheesecake Crescents:

 

Pumpkin Cheesecake Crescent Rolls

 

…as well as warm, soul-soothing soups like this Pumpkin, Corn and Shrimp Bisque:

 

Pumpkin Bisque soup

 

Recipes include a number of side dishes, like this preparation for oven-roasted Maple Pumpkin Brussels Sprouts:

 

Pumpkin Brussels Sprouts

 

…and dinners like this luscious Pumpkin Risotto:

 

Pumpkin Risotto

 

The book features desserts galore, like this layered Creamy Pumpkin Tiramisu topped with crumbled gingersnaps:

 

Pumpkin Tiramisu

 

…and an old-fashioned. powdered sugar-dusted Pumpkin Roll with a creamy filling: 

 

Pumpkin Roll Cake

 

…sweets like Pumpkin Cream Chocolate Cups (if you like peanut butter cups, you’ll love this flavor combination!): 

 

Pumpkin Cream Chocolate Cups

 

…and treats like these pretty Pumpkin Chocolate Swirl Brownies. (You’ll also learn the easy technique to create the striking design in the batter.) 

 

Pumpkin Swirl Brownies

 

To enter the drawing to win your own brand-new signed copy of this hardback cookbook, just answer this question in the Comments section at the bottom of this post:

 

What’s your favorite thing about autumn? 

 

I can’t wait to read your answers. The giveaway is open to anyone with a shipping address in the U.S. and Canada.

I’ll draw one random name from everyone who comments, and you can enter between now and midnight MST on Friday, Sept. 20th, 2019.

Good luck, and here’s to a good fall for all and a sweet September. 

Best always,

Eliza Cross's signature

The beautiful photos for this cookbook were taken by Susan Barnson Hayward for Gibbs Smith.

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26 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Win a Copy of Pumpkin It Up!”

  1. Mmm mmm! Those recipes look mighty tasty.

    Favorite things about autumn: The colors, the relative cool temperatures, and the quiet. My neighbors throw a lot of boisterous pool parties during the summer, so when autumn arrives, I can reclaim the serenity of my back yard. :)

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  2. I like the way the light is during the day as it comes to us here in the Pacific Northwest through an almost continuous layer of clouds. The sun comes in at an angle. and there is lots of orange and brown in the environment and the air itself seems to be slightly tinged with brown. I love this and I love what feels to me like the evergreen trees such as Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar enjoying the rain and wet.

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  3. Eliza your new book looks amazing!
    I can’t wait to get this and try some of your always delicious recipes.
    Fall is a perfect season in Colorado. Cool evenings where the outdoor fire pit can be used and the warm (not hot) sunny days.
    The changing of leaves and smells of the harvest spice everything! It truly is a favorite time of year.

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    • I love the cooler weather, decorating, and the transition of cooking fall inspired meals! Today I made two recipes from your Berries book and me and my husband LOVED it so much!

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  4. My favorite thing about autumn is that I know seed catalogs will be coming in soon. I am not a cold weather fan and autumn is only here for a blink of an eye then winter comes. For me winter is a lot of pain. I do love pumpkin and make many dinners and tasty treats with it so would love to win the book. God’s blessing

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  5. Oh man, I love most of it! The cooler weather (the heat really got to me this year), beautifully spiced food, apple things (especially cider!), pumpkin things, crunchy leaves, crisp blue skies!

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  6. I love that you can finally bake bread and other goodies again without heating your house up unbearably! Running through fallen maple leaves is a close second!

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  7. Eliza, your cookbook is grabbing my heart
    I am a pumpkinphile—or is it pumpkinophile? I adore all recipes involving pumpkins ! So proud of your beautiful work. Woot woot!

    My favorite things about autumn are the cooler temperatures (if they ever come) which invigorates me, the trees changing many colors which inspires me, the angle of the sun (which seems to turn the world a golden glow) and pumpkins which are the best gift of the garden this time of year !!!

    Btw I make a cream of pumpkin soup from roasted pie pumpkin varietals and organic Thai coconut cream… which is delicious you’d love it!

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  8. The best things about Fall… the smell of fresh leafs in air, warm pies and chili’s in my house and watching football on Sundays!

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  9. What I love to reminisce about the autumn season are the following: the color change of tree leaves from.green to red, orange, brown, the cooler temperature and the food associated with this season. You don’t really see this in SoCal, or where I’m at.

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