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: 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 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.


10 thoughts on “Win a copy of Lure by Ned Bell and Valerie Howes (CLOSED)”

  1. 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!

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

  3. 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.

  4. 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!

  5. 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.

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