Win a copy of Lure by Ned Bell and Valerie Howes (CLOSED)

Lure Cover on eatlivetravelwrite.comWin a copy of Lure: Sustainable Recipes from the West Coast!

Thanks to Raincoast Books, I have one copy of Lure (I wrote about it here) to give away to one lucky reader in Canada.

How to enter:

There are 2 ways to enter (maximum of two entries per person for the duration of the contest).

1. Leave me a comment on this post telling me why you’d like to add more sustainable seafood to your diet.

2. Tweet the following messageWin @Figure1Pub @nedbell @valhowes #LureCookbook on @eatlivtravwrite from @RaincoastBooks (Canada) Details: http://bit.ly/WinLureCookbook then come back to leave a separate comment letting me know you did.

Eligibility and contest rules:

– Contest begins on Thursday October 19th 2017 at 5.30am EST on and closes Monday October 30th 2017 at 6pm EST.
– Prize consists of one (1) copy of Lure (RRP $38.95CAD)
– Open to readers or the age of majority with a Canadian mailing address.
– No purchase of any product necessary for entry.
– Winners will be chosen randomly (using www.random.org) from all qualified entries on Monday October 30th 2017 after 6pm EST.
– Winner will be notified via email Tuesday October 31st 2017 and will have 48 hours to respond to the email.
– Winner will be required to answer a skill testing question.

Good luck!


Disclosure: I received a copy of Lure from the publisher for review purposes. I have not been further compensated for writing this post or hosting a giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own.


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10 Responses to Win a copy of Lure by Ned Bell and Valerie Howes (CLOSED)

  1. Francine October 19, 2017 at 08:23 #

    tweeted – https://twitter.com/1byspike/status/920988722157387782

  2. Francine October 19, 2017 at 08:24 #

    I’m trying to get more fish into our diet, and sustainable is the way to go!

  3. Pam. October 19, 2017 at 14:52 #

    My kids love seafood, as do we all, and I’m always looking for new ways to get sustainable seafood — especially less common varieties — into the weekly mix!

  4. Linda October 24, 2017 at 02:06 #

    I’d like to add more sustainable seafood in my diet because I don’t eat enough fish or shellfish.

  5. Linda October 24, 2017 at 02:07 #

    I tweeted: https://twitter.com/g2wt2w/status/922705939890782208

  6. Sophie Peter October 24, 2017 at 12:04 #

    It is important to protect our natural environment. That is why it is best to consume only sustainable seafood. I love the videos about sustainable seafood, which Loblaw store has, with Gaelen Weston. He is really cute in these videos and they get the message out.

    I need to eat more seafood because fatty acids are essential for many body functions –especially brain health.

    I am giving you an email that is not active, but you can find me on Facebook, as Sophie Peter.

  7. Diane Galambos October 29, 2017 at 11:54 #

    Hi! Well why wouldn’t one want to include more sustainable seafood in one’s diet? An indisputably good goal, but hard to achieve without a guide and Ned Bell is the guide you want. Fine, I do have the Seafood Watch app helping me make choices – but if I have access to great recipes I will chose seafood more often!

  8. Holly Botner October 30, 2017 at 07:31 #

    I crave delicious seafood and have a deep love for the ocean and all it’s marvelous inhabitants. Promoting sustainable seafood is wise if we want to preserve the planet for future generations.