The World of the Happy Pear - a giveaway!



Last month I wrote about the lovely Penguin Vegetarian Cookery Evening I attended, where I got to meet the lovely Meera Sodha and the boys fondly known as The Happy Pear, David and Stephen Flynn. It was such a fun, positive event, and really wonderful to meet so many people who are passionate about good, wholesome, healthy food.

Imagine my delight, then, when Penguin offered to send me a copy of the boys' new cookbook, The World of The Happy Pear, to give away to one of my readers. To make the deal even sweeter I've decided to make up a "Claire package" (what my friends and family have been calling care packages from me for years!) of veggie-friendly goodies to go with the cookbook, including (but not limited to) coffee, snacks, condiments... All in there should be at least a dozen goodies plus the cookbook, a nice little boost to anyone's kitchen.  I can't really send fresh produce via mail, but hopefully the things I do send will go towards some gorgeous meals.

I love this cookbook, it's full of great, fresh, tasty ideas, and the boys' enthusiasm for plant based living just leaps off the page. The photos are gorgeous too, and it's a lovely continuation from their first smashing cookbook. You can enter this giveaway (which will be running until the 18th of June) using the rafflecopter below. This giveaway is open to readers in the UK & Ireland only, because posting + glass bottles = priceyness.  I'm excited to share this fantastic book!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

PS If you're not following the boys on Snapchat, you totally should! One of the funnest channels around.

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    1. Oh I love making veggie soups - roasted squash is a real fave!

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  2. What a great giveaway. Off to enter now :) Tx

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    1. Good luck - thanks for taking part!

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  3. Ooh I enjoyed your post about them! I love cookbooks - I enjoy reading them!!

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    1. There are so many great ones now, a real pleasure to read them!

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  4. Red bell pepper stuffed with quinoa and red lentils !

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  5. Vegetarian Lasagne because I can use up anything from the fridge that can go in :)

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    1. I love meals like that which utilise a tonne of ingredients - we do lots of our soups and sauces that way.

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  6. truthfully, my vegetarian meals just tend to me meat-free versions of regular meals, so it would be FAB to have a book like this to add to my arsenal that's BURSTING with healthy and conscious inspo!

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    1. It's a really great book, Erica - so many tasty, healthy options!

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  7. I became a vegetarian about two months ago and have discovered that vegetarian dishes are truly amazing! -with the introduction of Tahini and other amazing foods that I had never tasted it is such an exciting journey and I rejoice that I have become a person that doesnt eat animal flesh any longer - my favourite meal so far is my gorgeous Lentil Pie made with yeast extract ,herbs and spices - truly scrumptious ( Kim Styles)

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    1. Tahini is a godsend, isn't it? I adore using it in salad dressings to add a little flavour.

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  8. Thank you for the chance to win this x

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    1. You're welcome! I love sharing things I enjoy.

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  9. I love a vegetable risotto or a fruit salad

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    1. Risottos are such a lovely meal - love making mine cheesey and decadent!

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  10. I'm such a cookbook addict! As for vege snacks, hummus is most definitely my go to, and cheese on toast!!

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    1. Both those snacks are firm, firm favourites. You cannot beat cheese on toast!

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  11. i'll have a gander at this! i've been buying so many cook books recently

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    1. I definitely go through cookbook purchasing 'runs'!

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  12. My daughter is really into cooking at the minute - this book would be perfect for her to expand her skills and taste buds! im off to enter!
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    1. Good luck! Love seeing young people cooking and getting into food!

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  13. What a lovely competition. I must admit I am not sure about the wasabi paste though but the cookbook looks ace!

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  14. I love a vegetable risotto with tons of cheese and garlic bread - yum! x

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  15. Oven Baked Eggs with Mixed Peppers Topped with Cress!

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  16. I must say I'm not a fan of veggies but it looks like you have a lot of recipes and options :)

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  17. A veggie stir fry with some quorn fillet strips

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  18. A veggie stir fry with some quorn fillet strips

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