The winner of the antioxidents book is: MollyG! Yay, Molly! See the end of this post for this week’s giveaway!

Firstly off, for you Harry Potter nerds, today is the anniversary of the fall of Voldemort. Let us celebrate this historic occasion with the viewing of the trailer for The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2, which was just released late last week.

I had my book signing at Hartwick’s this past Saturday. Hartwick’s was literally one of the very first places I ever came to in Eugene, years before we moved here, and I immediately fell in love. When debating places to contact to arrange a signing, they were at the top of my list. I had a great time, hundreds of samples were enjoyed by many Eugenians and visitors prepping for Sunday’s marathon.

And now, for this week’s giveaway, we have another title from Kelly Keough, her previous title Sugar-Free, Gluten-Free Baking and Desserts. It’s all vegetarian and mostly vegan and is an excellent tome on baking and sweets with no gluten or sugar! How cool is that?!

Leave a comment and the winner will be drawn and announced next Monday, the 9th!

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26 Responses to book signing recap and this week’s giveaway!

  1. Hope says:

    This book sounds great. I am especially trying back off on eating soooo much sugar after that NY Times artice on how sugar is so toxic… :(

  2. Lola78 says:

    I’d really like to win it.
    I’ve just received your second book (love the first) and I’m having some problems to decide which one to bake first….they’re all delicious!!!

  3. FoodFeud says:

    Wow, look at all those shiny new books! My copy of 100 Best is pretty busted by now. That place looks super cute.

  4. Laura says:

    Sugar free and gluten free (and vegan) is the way to go for me!

  5. Liz Dean says:

    Okay, first…HP!!! OMG…I had not seen the trailer yet…sooo excited!

    second, Congrats to Molly!

    And third….your books and treats look so great from the book signing! And Kelly’s book looks awesome! I am trying to go as close to vegan and sugar free as I can…and GF is a must!

  6. Sünne says:

    Oh, that sounds like a great book! I’ve noticed how “sugar-addictedd” I’ve become as of late …

  7. Kate says:

    OMG I have to get that book. We have our oldest child sugar and gluten free and I need more ideas!

  8. Vaala says:

    I am so excited about Harry Potter!!!! Also loving your cake book by the way. Although I was a tester there were still so many I wanted to make but didn’t have time for and now can. Actually I love all your cookbooks (and so do my friends, family and flatmates because they get to eat what I make!). The chocolate cake in the rice cooker was a huge hit with the flatmates on Sunday night although you’d said 8-10 servings…we had it gone in 5 easily!

    • Vaala says:

      And I forgot to mention, since one of my flatmates is gluten-free we’ve been making most of the recipes with a standard gluten-free flour mix and it’s working magically.

  9. Katherine says:

    I am dying to get some good gf recipes to spark my culinary needs

  10. Katie says:

    Sebastian’s b-day cake was awesome! (Basic chocolate with cream cheese frosting.) I’d love to try some sugar-free recipes too, even though I’m a total junkie myself!

  11. Zoe Wild says:

    I first developed food allergies in the first grade and have struggled with them my whole life. Now a vegan, I am also going gluten and sugar free but I love dessert and pastry! Ahhhh – all right, I am calm. I look at your cookbooks and realize that it will all be ok!

  12. Jackie Rolnicki says:

    Well, if this cookbook is half as good as yours, it’s a winner. I swear, cookies from your cookbook are the only reason my family finally stopped bugging me about being a vegan :)

  13. Robin Smith says:

    I love the idea of sugar-free baking! I used to be a FIEND for sugar (there have been entire cans of frosting eaten in a single sitting in my life…) but now I feel like it can be such a crutch for desserts – they’re so much more impressive when they taste amazing AND are sugar-free!

    Also, I think you mean “tome,” not “tomb,” with regard to Keough’s book : ]

  14. domestic diva says:

    Sounds great! Thanks for the chance.

  15. This book sounds perfect! I’m wheat-sensitive, and I probably consume too darn much sugar. Hook me up!

  16. Josiane says:

    What a lovely setup you had for the signing! Those samples look delicious – I have no doubt they helped convinced people they needed your books!
    That sugar-free, gluten-free book would be a nice addition to my bookshelves… :)

  17. Cammy says:

    that book sounds really good

  18. Yvonne says:

    I need this no sugar cookbook badly – I have a huge sweet tooth and a really hard time blogging and seeing all those delicious baked goods!

  19. Amanda N says:

    Congrats on the book signing! All of the little treats you made look delish and were presented so sweetly. I just got the book and I can’t wait to start baking!

  20. Courtney says:

    I love me some Harry Potter, lol…I can’t wait for the next movie! I have already reread the book twice :-)

    And congrats on your book signing! It looks delicious…

    I need that book!!


  21. Linda S. says:

    This cookbook looks awesome! I’ve been trying to cut down on my fat intake in order to lower my cholesterol and by keeping a daily journal of fat, sugar and calories, that I seem to be able to lower my fat intake but there seems to be way too much sugar in everything. I could use some help!

  22. Kate says:

    Baking is my kryptonite! I have a few good books, but one area I’d like to expand on in my exponentially growing collection is a baking book with a gluten free focus.

  23. Throuthehaze says:

    This book sounds awesome!

  24. celine says:

    hello there, hot stuff! congrats on the book, Kris, it looks fantastic.

  25. Ang says:

    I have been waiting for your book, can’t wait to try some of the recipes!!!
    Any plans to come to do a book signing in London?