La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an inspired life and a Giveaway

Every once in a while, if we are lucky, we will come across a music album, painting, photograph or book that captures us – a source of inspiration we cannot let go and keep going to over and over again. This is what Béa Peltre’s new cookbook “La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an inspired life” has done for me.

I make time in my day to sit down with Béa’s book. I take the time to savor it. I sigh, walk away, but I must return to it to admire a photograph or look at a recipe once again. “I must try that!” I say out loud. Eggplant, lamb, and winter squash crumble, mille-feuille of shrimp, grapefruit, and avocado or upside down cranberry cake have my name written all over them.

“La Tartine Gourmade: Recipes for an inspired life” is a kaleidoscope of colors, textures, and memories. A glimpse into this beautiful life Béa has created for her family surrounded by food and nature.

Béa needs little introduction as her blog La Tartine Gourmade is one of the most celebrated food blogs today. I was incredibly lucky to sit at her dining room table a few months ago and eat some of her delicious food – recipes from this book that I actually continue to bake at home for my family. Course after course, she blew us away with her bright flavors, texture, and presentation. A meal I will never forget.

Béa was kind enough to take some time to answer some of my questions. A little insight into her creative process.

Aran: One thing I really enjoy about the book is that it is naturally gluten-free without compromising texture. Can you share with us your own personal journey to gluten-free cooking?

Béa: The story is simple. About six years ago now, I started to show signs of gluten intolerance—even if I am not celiac. I wanted to feel better, so I took the challenge to learn to do what I know best, cook and bake, but gluten free. At first, I probably felt a bit overwhelmed, and perhaps intimidated too, but I learned to love it, and decided that I would cook gluten free moving forward as I preferred the flavors I discovered along the way. I don’t like to focus on it though because my whole approach to cooking is rather to focus on creating simple and beautiful everyday dishes. They happen to be gluten free.

Aran: What do you see happening in your professional career? What would you like to see happen?

Béa: Of course, I’d love to write another book as I have a lot of recipe ideas. And now, I am currently making great steps to developing more of my food styling and photography career. So I couldn’t be happier.

Aran: Your cooking style is rooted in French cuisine yet it is very eclectic. When did you start discovering the East and other cultures that have influenced you so much?

Béa: I’ve always loved to travel since I was a child. I lived in New Zealand for two years when I was a young adult. From there, I traveled to islands and countries around. That alone fed my curiosity for other food cultures. Since food is definitely one of my favorite “activities”, so to speak, I could not help but make notes wherever I went. My cooking style is French-rooted because naturally, this is what I know the best, but I love to create dishes that are inspired by all of the foods and ingredients I’ve discovered throughout my travels.

Aran: If you could cook just one 4-course dinner for friends from this book what would it be?

Béa: I would start with the fennel and green pea soup with wasabi-flavored whipped cream and sautéed shrimp, or the mille-feuille of shrimp, grapefruit and avocado. Then we’d make a risotto (gorgonzola and pear with toasted walnuts) with a side salad, and to finish, maybe the apple and pear verrines or the hazelnut chocolate Molten cakes—because anything chocolate is a winner in my eyes.

Aran: The styling and photography are also such important elements in the book and your work in general, what do you take into account when deciding how to style and shoot a recipe? How do you approach that aspect of the job?

Béa: I follow my instinct, really. When I start a photo shoot, I don’t necessarily have an idea of the end result for the pictures. But my workflow is simple. I take into account colors and shapes of the ingredients/dish I am shooting. Once I have designed the recipe, I build the images slowly around that. It’s really a trial process. One that keeps moving. On set and once the food is ready, I compose the image by constantly moving the objects/prop while checking through the camera viewer. Until I reach a composition that looks harmonious in my eyes. I want to tell a story with a picture. An emotion. In the end, the images reflect my sense of aesthetics, the colors, shapes and forms that I find harmonious.

Aran: What advice would you give to those looking to write a book themselves?

Béa: It depends on the angle of the book. But surely, I’d advise not wanting to squeeze everything you want to write inside a first book, because the chances that it won’t fit are high. Instead, find the right balance following a clear outline.

Béa was kind enough to share two copies of her book with us. So if you would like to win a copy of “La Tartine Gourmade: Recipes for an inspired life”, please leave a comment between now and Sunday February 12 at 4pm EST to enter this giveaway.

Béa’s book will remain on my “handy cookbook shelf” for a long time as I foresee it.

And I believe you will love it too.

All images are copyright of Béatrice Peltre and are used with author’s permission.


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479 Responses to “La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an inspired life and a Giveaway”

  1. Ohh I love Bea’s blog her food styling and recipes have inspired me with my food styling..I hope I can be as good as her one day, I would cherish a copy of her first book.

  2. saelDC says:

    I’d love to check out this book! It sounds lovely.

  3. Barbara says:

    Gosh I love that first photo. The colour of the vegetables against the background are perfect.

  4. Barbara says:

    Gosh I love that first photo. The colour of the vegetables against the background are perfect.

  5. What a lovely post with gorgeous images! We’d love a copy of Béa’s book!

  6. What beautiful photos and delicious recipes. I’d like to try that fennel and green pea soup with wasabi-favored whipped cream. It sounds divine.

  7. Thank you so much for the great giveaway! Your photos are always so inspiring. :-D And what a great interview!

  8. helena says:

    this book looks beautiful, and the recipes sound scrumptious! LOVE.

  9. Anne says:

    Count me in. I could use a little gluten free myself.

  10. Looks like a lovely book!

    larkspurpurple (at) gmail.com

  11. Tova says:

    My mouth is watering. Would love to win a copy of the book!

  12. This looks like an amazing book! I’d love to win. Her photography always makes my mouth water!

  13. Sarah Sue says:

    Oh I adore Bea! Tasteful food styling, beautiful photos, and brilliant foodie concoctions! It must have been such an amazing experience dining with her! I’d be so glad if I could get a copy of her new book!! : ) Thank you!

  14. Courtney says:

    I want to make that berry dessert tonight! These photos made me hungry.

  15. I’ve been wanting to buy it for a while. Hopefully I’ll win one, if not I’m buying it anyway,

  16. Nicole G says:

    Her book sounds so amazing and delicious! I would love to win a copy of it. Thanks for the wonderful interview.

  17. Monica says:

    I have been following Bea’s blog for a few years now, and I love her photography and recipes. I would LOVE to win a copy of her book!

  18. Betsy says:

    gorgeous photos!

    and that sounds like a great cookbook!

  19. Shannon says:

    the book sounds terrific! beautiful pictures, too, as always :)

  20. icicle says:

    Interesting. A new blog and a new book to check out. Thank you.

  21. This is such a beautiful book! I’d love to own a copy. Thank you for doing this giveaway!

  22. Lena Kosova says:

    What an amazing giveaway! Many thanks….

  23. ileana says:

    Sounds like a lovely book!

  24. arteriole says:

    Lovely, Lovely!

    *fingers crossed that I will be baking up something wonderful in the kitchen soon!*

  25. lisa says:

    Would love a copy of the book please!

  26. lisa says:

    i would love a copy of the book!

  27. I would love to win!

    I absolutely love your blog! The photos and recipes are amazing! I have enjoyed trying several of your soups!

  28. moni.zuza says:

    I would love love love a copy of her book! Such a big fan. :)

  29. Anonymous says:

    Excited to peruse this book…
    I’m new to gluten free eating. Would love some recipes.

    sharinicsevic@att.net

  30. sydney85 says:

    This cookbook looks amazing. I would so enjoy winning a copy.

  31. Gosia says:

    Béa’s blog has been a companion to my daily cooking for many years now. Her photography is stunning and her photographic style is studied, worshiped and copied by many. It’s so inspiring to see her stay true to her own style of cooking and presentation. I started cooking gluten-free recently, too, so I would cherish a copy of her book tremendously. Thank you for this great giveaway.

  32. Celeste says:

    I really loved this interview– such good insight to the woman behing the blog. I hope I win a copy of her book!

  33. Mariella says:

    I love Bea’s blog, both the recipes and the photography are gorgeous…good luck to me then!

  34. MVK says:

    I would love to win! This is a beautiful blog and this is a beautiful book!
    -Melissa

  35. Jing says:

    Love Béa’s blog! And her cookbook looks amazing!

  36. Courtney says:

    Lovely! Thank you for the chance to win!

  37. Gorgeous photos and lovely interview. I would love a copy of this beautiful book!

    sarahepardee at gmail dot com

  38. Sheila says:

    La photografia e bella!! Love it!!!!!

  39. Mary says:

    I would love to win a copy! Count me in!

  40. H. Mark says:

    The recipes she mentions sound delicious! And anyone who says that “anything chocolate is a winner in [her] eyes” sounds like a kindred spirit to me :)

  41. Great interview with some insightful feedback. Would absolutely love a copy of Bea’s book.

  42. Lyn says:

    I’ve always loved Bea’s blog. Such a wonderful source of inspiration!

  43. Your beautiful photography always stuns me. Those green muffins (pistachio?) couldn’t be more beautiful.

  44. ellie says:

    oh, I so know what you mean about how something can lift you and inspire you in so many ways. Isn’t it good that something as everyday as food can be so gloriously enjoyed through so many levels – taste, inspire, sight. Even in the pages of a book, or through a blog.
    This book would be beautiful. To give time every day to something so full body + soul nourishing.. oh.

    I can’t wait for your own book to arrive.

    Another one I was enjoying yesterday (borrowed from my local library) has the most wonderful Winter images, and little snippets of writings, and delicious recipes. But it’s not just the recipes and the food, is it, it’s so much more.

    Thank you for this giveaway.

  45. Junsui says:

    Love the interview and the glimpse you provide into the book. I would love to learn to make more gluten-free recipes, especially ones as beautiful as Béa’s!

  46. Lorna says:

    Such a beautiful book, can’t wait to read it.

  47. Nathan R. says:

    Gorgeous. Would love a copy.

  48. Ellen says:

    I would love to own such a beautiful book! Gluten-free baking has long interested me, and it’s always good to have options when one has gluten-free friends.

  49. Monica says:

    This book looks lovely. I recently saw it on a list of great new cookbooks. Hope to get to check it out,until then will read the blog!

  50. NOORISH says:

    I need her book!!!!! Such beautiful photography.

  51. Suzanne says:

    Everything sounds so delicious – and how gorgeous are those photos?! I love the colours, and I love the philosophy and story behind the book.

  52. Sounds wonderful, I’d love a copy!

  53. Hannah says:

    It would be wonderful to win this gluten-free cookbook. I want to take this opportunity to thank you. Through your website, I learned that people with Hashimoto should be gluten-free. Through your links, I found a nutritionist to help me. I felt so ill before. You literally saved my life. It feels so insufficient, but — thank you!

  54. Michael says:

    Absolutely love Bea’s styling and your dreamy food blog.

  55. MWT says:

    Have been reading both of your blogs for years. So inspiring, both of you! I would be delighted to win this book.

  56. Of course I would love a copy of this book, but it is also true that I would love a copy of YOUR lovely book too! It seems amazing! I came to this blog thru Frances Mayes site, and since that I am very happy because I found you. I am a travel agency at Buenos Aires, Argentina, but my real and almost first passion (first is writing) is in the kitchen… Should I live with that? or should I make a BIG change?? Not easy…

    Thanks for bringing me so much happiness with your blog. I am Spanish speaking woman, I am sorry if my English is not good enough.

    Fondly,

    Marisa Bergamasco

  57. Christa M. says:

    I adore your blog and your recipes. I’ve made the quinoa with strawberries many times. I’m new to Bea’s blog and would love to add her cookbook to my collection.

  58. This was such a beautiful post, full of delicious dishes. Besides looking lovely, I’m pleased to see that all of the dishes are gluten free!

  59. Lisa says:

    It must be a beautiful book! I love that it’s gluten-free.

  60. Sara says:

    Sounds like a fantastic cookbook! I’m loving the photos on this post, especially those radishes!

  61. Misty says:

    It looks like a lovely, handy book! Thanks for the opportunity to win. :)

  62. Karine says:

    Such an amazing blog, can’t wait to get my hands on the book!

  63. Mama Bear says:

    I’d love an easy reference for gluten-free cooking! Thank you for the opportunity!

  64. Rikki says:

    Beautiful work [: I love the interview. You both have such wonderful blogs and it’s really nice to see the two come together for this post.

  65. elizabeth says:

    Oh this cookbook looks lovely. I would love to win!

  66. elizabeth says:

    I would love to win this lovely book!

  67. Ana Adams says:

    I am a long time fan of this blog and would LOVE to have a copy of the book!
    (I will still be a fan if I don’t win ;))

  68. elizabeth says:

    When my comment didn’t show up I typed it again. I didn’t realize you have to approve them before they show up. So sorry for the duplicate comments!

  69. Rebecca says:

    I love both Cannelle et Vanille and La Tartine Gourmand! You both inspire me more than you will ever know. I’m sure it was an amazing meal you two shared! It would be wonderful to win Bea’s book. I will definitely be purchasing it if I don’t. Thanks for sharing.

  70. Lauren G says:

    Beautiful book and photographs! I am only now starting to remove gluten from my diet and would love to explore new dishes with the help of this book

  71. MARGARET says:

    I would really enjoy Béa’s book as I’ve loved her blog for a long time.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win it.
    xo, Margaret

    margeincharge(at)Gmail(Dot)com

  72. Denise K says:

    Wow! That looks like an awesome and beautiful book to own.

  73. I’ve been dying to get my hands on her book and try out some of those mouthwatering recipes!

  74. Anonymous says:

    Hello!
    Delicious giveaway! Beautiful book, I would love to win a copy!

    -Mintsu-

  75. Maggie says:

    thank you for the giveaway! Your blog has been an inspiration in many ways.

  76. Magpie says:

    Ooh! I have not yet had the pleasure of stumbling on La Tartine Gourmande and am excited for new inspiration! (also, I have my fingers crossed to win a copy of her book!)

  77. cennis says:

    I’m looking forward to trying out the fennel and green pea soup with wasabi-flavored whipped cream and sautéed shrimp. Please send me a copy and I’ll send over a few paragraphs a weeks, detailing my experiments trying these recipes.

  78. Jill says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! I get so hungry whenever I read your posts. :)

  79. Nadia says:

    I love Bea’s blog and of course I want the book :)
    But what impressed me most is the post here, it shows that you are happy for her success and it’s amazing!

  80. TraciR says:

    I would absolutely love to win this!

  81. Marina says:

    I love Bea’s blog and her recipes are fantastic! I would be delighted to have her book!

  82. Elise says:

    I love both of your blogs. Inspiring photography and great reads. I’ll have to check out this book.

  83. Jo says:

    love reading the “little interview” you did with Béa!

    I would love a copy of her book. Such lovely photos and what inspiration!

  84. romì says:

    I would love to have the book! If I will not win,I will buy it!

  85. Yuling says:

    I’m a big fan of yours from the sunny island of Singapore! You’ve been a real inspiration, and I honestly can’t quite wait for your own book. Thanks for introducing Bea here – I’m gonna plonk down somewhere and soak in the delight of both your blogs. Would love to add her book to my collection. Thanks for the giveaway! Have a great week ahead.

  86. Sandy says:

    I am touched by your precious words, Aran! And your interview is outstanding, that’s what I wanted to know about Béas work.
    It would make me really happy to get one copy, so I could let it sign by Béa in may during workshop in france.

    Can’t wait to read more about your own book, Aran! All the best, warmly, Sandy

  87. tinajo says:

    Crossing my fingers!

    Amazing pics and interesting to read! :-)

  88. Lynn says:

    Thank you for this opportunity! I would love to feast on both the food and the photography!

  89. Ariana says:

    Wonderful! I have been looking for a French-inspired cookbook that is also gluten-free. I will definitely check it out!

  90. Thanks for the lovely interview and great giveaway! I’d love to win this book.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  91. derbystar says:

    I would be so happy to cook from this beautiful book!

  92. almasic says:

    such book been on my wish-list like forever

  93. Anni says:

    Oh yes, I’d love to have that book! I guess it’s hard to get here in Sweden so I hope that I will be lucky and you will send it abroad!

  94. I can’t see the time to read this book!

  95. Hanna says:

    I’d love to win! Love her blog.

  96. Diana says:

    Just GORGEOUS!!! I’d love to win her cookbook:)

  97. Roberta says:

    Hi Aran, great interview, well done!
    I love Bea’s work and I am a great fan of her cooking and food styling.
    It would be lovely to have her book on my kitchen shelf and try out some of her fab recipes!

    Thanks for the opportunity and the giveaway…fingers crossed!:-))

    Roberta@thewiseasparagus

  98. Hannah says:

    I would love to win a copy of La Tartine Gourmande. I am an American currently living in France, and have just discovered (and confirmed with biopsy) that I am gluten intolerant – but not celaic! What’s more, I LOVE to cook and bake.

    La Tartine Gourmande would help me delve into the world of gluten free cuisine, and looks to be both a beautiful and inspired book.

  99. rossella says:

    I love Bea’s blog (and your blog) + I love Bea’s photos (and your photoshop too!!!).
    I’d love a copy of book. Good luck everybody! ;-)

  100. rossella says:

    Wonderful!!!!
    I’d love a copy of book… :D
    Good like everybody!

  101. Dominique says:

    J’aimerais moi aussi découvrir ce livre… peut-être si j’ai de la chance!

  102. Sílvia says:

    oh i love her work! i really want her book :)

  103. Maja says:

    the recipes sound amazing. i woold love to win a copy!
    maja

  104. Sharon says:

    I love Bea’s blog and her food and I’m sure I’d live her book!

  105. Amy says:

    What a wonderful book to own. I love love to win a copy and explore her recipes!

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  106. Oh my goodness! I love everything about this cookbook! The colors, the photos, the way she sais:’eveything with chocolate is a winner in my eyes…’ I’m absolutely a fan! Frontrow!

  107. nita says:

    the pear and gorgonzola risotto with toasted walnuts is definitively an unexpected combination, I’d love to tr out that recipe!

  108. Karen says:

    Love “La Tartine Gourmande” (and your blog of course)!

    Could it be sent to Brazil? It would make me so happy!

  109. Thanks for the give away – i expect Bea’s book to be as inspirational as your blog

  110. Josie says:

    What a wonderful sounding book! And now I’m off to try making a gorgonzola and pear risotto – I’ll be making it up though so the book would come in very useful!

  111. I really like that she’s written recipes that ‘just happen to be’ GF. I feel the same way about vegetarian recipes.

    I’d love to win a cookbook! (I even have a US address you could send it to, if I did win … )

    Thanks,
    A

  112. digdeep says:

    Looks absolutely fabulous!

  113. Carine_07 says:

    I would love winning this book for the recipes of course but also for the beautiful pictures and stories that Béa tells. I love her blog. I hope I will be lucky to win her book.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway.
    PS: If I am one of the two lucky ones, I agree to pay the shipping fees (I live in France).

  114. Sarah H.P. says:

    This cookbook is a must-add to my collection!

  115. Notoula says:

    Hi from Greece! I love your blog, your photos, your recipes!!!

  116. Kim Gabrielle says:

    Those pictures seem edible. Yum.

  117. Magda says:

    Really nice interview. And I love Bea’s blog :)

  118. I love her philosophy on gluten free — delicious foods that just happen to be gluten free. Would love to have a copy of this cookbook!

  119. Jane says:

    i want the book! keeping my fingers crossed :D

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  121. argone says:

    J’ai prévu de l’acheter, d’autant que les mesures sont également indiquées en grammes et pas seulement en cups, et pour moi c’est très important. Merci pour ce concours Aran ! bizzoux

  122. ary says:

    I’d love to see what recepies she put in her book!!
    Yours and hers blogs have always wonderful recepies and the pictures are just amazing!!

  123. Estee says:

    The book looks amazing! and your photos are beautiful as always.

  124. Béa’s was one of the first blogs I ever read and a solid inspiration. Her book must be amazing, I’m sure!

  125. liz says:

    Beautiful book, you are both inspirations in the kitchen and behind the lens.

  126. Jill says:

    I would love love love to own this book. It sounds absolutely amazing!

  127. Wonderful blog and wonderful images.
    I love it!

    kss

  128. Cecile says:

    Bea’s photo’s of her recipe’s (and of course the recipes) want you to start cooking even though it is not your passion. It makes you dream of wonderful flavours and aromas. Of feast with family and friends but also a little bit of private indulgent. It inspires not only to cook, but to be creative – I just want to start painting, learn how to takes such photo’s and teach the art of food styling!!

  129. Harini says:

    I tried one of her gluten free cakes very recently and it was so delicious, and simple. I have found a story around her pictures, like she said. I think I can read those emotions there. Just like your blog makes me feel them. I like the questions you have raised and Bea’s response. I can imagine how your lunch must have been and how beautiful the recipes in this book will be.

  130. Both of you have always been some of my greatest online inspiration — photography and recipe wise. I am thrilled you’ll both have books for me to hold in real time !

  131. Totoro says:

    Hola Aran, descubri el blog de Beatrice al mismo tiempo que el tuyo, y aunque debo admitir que soy un desastre en la cocina, me he sentido inspiraday cautivada por vuestros blogs, ya que no solo hablan de comida sino de todo lo que gira en torno a ella y que es tan increiblemente natural y sencillo.
    Gracias por vuestra inspiracion!

  132. Maureen says:

    I am so influenced by the two of you that when I make a mess in the kitchen I read one of your blogs and get inspired to get back into the kitchen and try it again.

  133. Darlene says:

    I have read Bea’s blog for quite awhile and I would love to have her cookbook.

  134. Me encantaría tener esa segunda copia entre mis manos :))

    Besos!

  135. Sally Mae says:

    Wonderful! I would love to add this to my cookbook shelf. :)

  136. Rinksters says:

    What a beautiful book! I would love a copy to enjoy and share.

  137. driftwood says:

    oh it sounds like the perfect book!

  138. Jesse says:

    She sounds like an amazing woman with so much to share. Crossing my fingers for a win!

  139. C.B. says:

    Nothing brings people together like delicious food!

  140. Looks like it’s really an inspirational book…. I’d love to have it in my personal “handy cookbook shelf” :) Finger crossed!

  141. It’s a fantastic book! Thank you so much for the great giveaway ^ – ^

  142. What a fun post! Thank you for sharing your Q&A. This is truly a lovely interview.

  143. Mojca says:

    Love your and Bea’s blogs, always full of beautiful pictures, tiny stories of every day life and inspiring recipes. The book looks amazing and it’d be great to be able to put it on the kitchen counter and get cooking.

  144. clémence says:

    i am so excited to have this book in my hands, so inspiring!

  145. how great, today her book comes out and just a little while ago we sat at her table like you said enjoying wonderfully prepared dishes. A great interview aran.
    Must get myself a copy!

  146. Jessica says:

    Love Bea’s blog and can’t wait to get my hands on this book! Thanks for the great interview and beautiful photos as well!

  147. jen says:

    Looks like a beautiful book with great recipes! Can’t wait to check it out.

  148. Amanda says:

    So insanely in love with her photography and styling! I’d love to win a copy. :)

  149. Gretchen says:

    I like that the author is focused on “good food” and they just happen to be gluten-free. Sounds delicious.

  150. I adore both of your blogs and see many similarities in your food style and presentation. How lucky were you to have eaten at Bea’s house!

  151. c_t@peacemail.com says:

    Today is the 4th birthday of my second daughter..and also the relese day of Bea’s book!! It would be nice to win…one more reason to celebrate!
    Many thanks!!
    Cinzia

  152. Jolita says:

    Your photos are super!
    I would be happy to win the copy of this book.

  153. What a beautiful book! Would be a lovely little Valentine’s gift for myself or dear friend :)

  154. Bea’s book is so much more than a cookbook. It’s a work of art. I’d be ecstatic to have a copy… and I’d say “on my bookshelf” but I’m not sure it would stay there very long!

  155. megan says:

    wow, i would love to win one of the books! the photos are beautiful and the food all looks so delicious.

  156. Bunkycooks says:

    I met Bea in Portland this past year. We talked about some of my husband’s health challenges and she made eating gluten-free sound so simple to do. It was quite inspirational. I would love to have a copy of her book to try some of the recipes.

  157. MKCraig says:

    The pictures are GORGEOUS! I would love this book!

  158. carraoke says:

    The book sounds amazing! Thanks for the giveaway!

  159. Hallie says:

    This book is stunning and the recipes sound incredible! Thanks for the inspiration, ladies. :)

  160. Between the stunning photographs and the recipes, this would be an amazing cookbook to add to my collection.

    http://heartofgoldandluxury.blogspot.com/

  161. I would love to be inspired by recipes! And I’m also becoming more gluten-intolerant as I get older, so this recipe book will be extremely helpful!

  162. Agenda says:

    Magnificient photos, thank you for the link, I subscribed to the new blog!

  163. What fantastic photos.. I’d love to win.

  164. Jessica says:

    I have followed both your blog and La Tartine Gourmande for quite some time. The photography looks amazing! Would love a chance to win!

  165. This sounds like a delicious cook book, I would love to get my hand on it.

  166. Giulia says:

    What a lovely interview. Would love the book.

  167. I know my comment will get lots amongst hundreds, if not thousands of other comments but it was worth a shot! I would love to have this book! :) x

  168. oh Aran,you already have tons of reply. I wish I’m lucky enough to get Bea’s Book. I follow both of you blogs. Such a great inspirations..

  169. Tara says:

    Thanks so much for sharing, her book looks fabulous! I will certainly be reading the blog to keep up with all the yummy treats and inspiring photography!

  170. What a fantastic giveaway!! I’d love to win this! :)

  171. oh wow. this book sounds amazing! I am new to gluten free cooking/baking and I would love more inspiration!

  172. Raphaelle says:

    I love both of your blogs. The food/recipes are fantastic and fresh and your photography is gorgeous. I would love to win a copy of La Tartine Gourmande’s new chef d’oeuvre!

  173. Jennifer says:

    Her book looks lovely. I’d love a copy.

  174. I’ve been following you and Bea’s blogs for some time now. Both are true inspirations to me!

  175. It sounds like it is a beautiful book! I enjoy her blog very much and imagine I’ll do the same for her cookbook. Thanks…fingers are crossed! :)

  176. Rachel says:

    How inspiring, I’d love to try the recipes in her book!

  177. Those photos look amazing! I’m so inspired by all of them! I hope I win! I never win giveaways lol but I still enter because one day it just HAS to happen hah. Thanks for hosting it! If I DO win, I can be reached at lynnlovejoy (at) orderinthekitchen (dot) com ! :)

  178. Camille says:

    I very much agree with all the good things written about Bea’s blog. But this give away give me the opportunity to say how much I enjoy both of your blogs (la Tartine Gourmande et Cannelle et vanille) since couple of years. What a pleasure for the eyes and the taste reading your weekly posts.
    Thank you to share with us the wonderful universes you create with your food blogs, both of you!

  179. kimberly says:

    Such beautiful inspiration – please enter my name in the drawing, as I could use a little pretty right about now!
    xx

  180. Bea has always been an ispiration, I’ld love to have her cookbook!!! OH.. and your’s too Aran, you’re so talented yourself :-))

  181. Michael says:

    I’m a photographer and quite jealous of your images!

  182. Alissa says:

    Your blog is truly an inspiration to me, as is this interview with Bea. Thank you so much for all that you do! Hoping to someday be able to attend your workshop!

  183. Jen says:

    I love your blog, especially food styling. I would love to win a copy!

  184. What beautiful insight to Bea, she is such an amazing person and has been one of the few that has inspired me to where I am today. Thank you.

  185. Mme Layman says:

    I love experimenting with new recipes and love that Bea is from France (I lived there for about a year :)!

  186. the colours of your photos are absolutely breath taking. thank you for sharing them!

  187. Mom99 says:

    Yes! Count me in! Your blog is an inspiration!

  188. Woohoo! Thanks for your awesome work, and for giveaways!

  189. Tyler says:

    La Tartine Gourmande book looks beautiful! I’m so inspired by both your blogs!

  190. Anonymous says:

    I would love and appreciate this! Love your site!! Thank you!

  191. OMG! These sound delicious!
    Must try, soon.
    Hugs
    Tereza

  192. LOVE her blog and your blog!!! ~Becca

  193. Anna says:

    It looks and sounds like an amazing book. Thanks for sharing!

  194. Joy says:

    I discovered both Béa’s and your blog about the same time a little over a year ago. I love the recipes and colorful photos that you both share!

    I’ve always wondered, do you both have a massive collection of colorful fabrics? =) Thank you for offering this giveaway.

  195. Anna T. says:

    I’d love to be able to peruse the cookbook before bed. :)

  196. Uhhh, I’ve already ordered a copy on the amazon… but I’m competing anyway, two is definitly better than one!

  197. Margaret says:

    I am absolutely inspired by both your blog and Bea’s. Your work and photography leave me speechless. And any recipes that I have tried from both of your blogs, are always memorable.

  198. really enjoyed the interview! i love food and adore food blogs– so nice to see two of my favorites in one spot

  199. I would simply be thrilled to get this book… which I could share with a photographer friend who’s in AWE when he sees all this beautiful styling!

  200. Her photographs and recipes are so beautiful, I’m sometimes taken aback by them.

  201. I love your blog. I love your photos. I love your words. It is so inspiring. Would love to win a copy.

  202. noe says:

    this cookbook sounds wonderful! and your photos are fantastic!

  203. n says:

    I’d love to have the cookbook! The pictures look amazing!

  204. Luka says:

    Your blogs inspire me a lot and give me ideas and desire to cook.

  205. Anna says:

    Her book is definitely on my wishlist, so beautiful!

  206. Nathalie says:

    Would love to win a copy of this beautiful book :)

  207. alessia g. says:

    Oh my! as I truly believe we all enjoy and taste food at first visually this book is just what my new kitchen needs…the pictures are stunning, mouthwatering and tartine gourmande website is one of my favourite out there! great job you both inspire me

  208. jacqui says:

    How beautiful! I’d love to flip through her beautiful images and make her amazing recipes!

  209. Fiona says:

    Wow, it looks lovely! For my own indulgence, I’m cooking and baking more with gluten- and wheat-free ingredients and I love it! There are so many interesting and under-appreciated wheat-free foods out there.

  210. Kristina says:

    I am stoked to see this book! -Kristina

  211. A blog and a book that I must seek out. Thank you!

  212. eclowell33@verizon.net says:

    Such a lovely book and the recipes are divine.

    Thanks!

  213. Minna says:

    I adore both of you so much! I’d love to have this book.

    - Minna
    elvari at live.fi

  214. Carmen says:

    Madre mia se regala algo y la gente se lanza!!:D Me gusta esta variacion en tu blog…una entrevista a Bea, un honor me imagino que las dos. En cuanto tenga un segundo para meterme en amazon compro el libro :Dbss

  215. Julie says:

    I would love a copy of her book – sounds and looks absolutely delicious!

  216. sarah says:

    Oh boy! I love this. I would love to win.

  217. Beckah says:

    Love! Would love to have a copy on my shelf!

  218. Carly says:

    This looks like such a beautiful and visually stunning book!

  219. juliaelmer at hotmail dot com says:

    I was almost confused when I opened my email just now! I follow your blog as well as La Tartine Gourmande, and today’s post is a wonderful hybrid. Thank you!

  220. boroth@comcast.net says:

    I would love a copy of Bea’s book. So inspirational — just like you!

  221. Camila says:

    would love to own a copy of the book!

  222. So bright and happy and inspiring! Sign me up.

  223. Even though I don’t cook gluten-free as a necessity, I am always inspired by wonderful recipes and photography.

  224. Anonymous says:

    I would love to win a copy of La Tartine Gourmande -
    I love your blog – I think it is absolutely beautiful!

    -Tami Hatfield
    tamihatfield@bendbroadband.com

  225. Sounds like an amazing book. I’ll have to pick up a copy.

  226. Anonymous says:

    Oh,,I would love to have copy of this beautiful book. I love to cook so would enjoy cooking and preparing some of the recipes

  227. Apart from the beautiful styling and photography, I love that her recipes happen to be gluten-free without trumpeting that fact. Of course I’d love to win a copy, but this book will find its way to my bookshelves no matter what.

  228. Winnie says:

    Cannot wait to cook from this lovely book!

  229. Chppie says:

    such beautiful photography that it makes me want to get into the kitchen and cook! Thanks for interviewing Bea. It’s so nice to hear from the author, to put a personality behind the book.

  230. I would love to win a copy, thanks for the giveaway!

  231. Anne says:

    I am so looking forward to this book!

  232. Alison Rae says:

    the book is so lovely… oh, how I would love a copy to inspire in me in my new kitchen (we just purchased our first home).
    xo,
    alison rae
    http://www.darlingclementines.blogspot.com/

  233. Juliet says:

    I’ve been following Béa’s blog for years! She has always been an inspiration to me, I would love this book!

  234. Oh, I live North of Boston in Maine and have lusted her book for so long. Her blog was one of the first I ever started following! Fingers crossed that I win a copy!

  235. Ailyn says:

    The fist photo took my breath away…love at first sight, thank you so much…

  236. I always want to jump into your blog and pull up a chair!

  237. Parizhanka says:

    Merci Aran pour ce beau partage! “La tartine gourmande” est une excellente idée de cadeau intolérante au gluten. les photos donnent l’eau à la bouche.

  238. sarah says:

    Beautiful, beautiful! Bea and her work are both so inspiring. Like you, she captures a spirit I hope we all strive for, bringing light and joy into our meals and homes and lives. Cheers to you both!

  239. Heather says:

    Thanks for the fun interview–loving what I see of the book so far!

  240. Angela says:

    It is difficult to decide which is more beautiful and tantalizing: your writing or the exquisite food photos. Your “care” in selecting and presenting savories, soups and desserts makes each blog entry a visual treat and culinary temptation. Last night I made the watercress soup with coconut milk — absolutely delightful: fresh flavors, bright colors, and the surprise of shrimp on top. I’m hooked! I would love to venture into La Tartine Gourmande; but meanwhile, Cannelle et Vanille always provides a full and fascinating “plate”. Thank you so much for your time and effort! Angela

  241. Stephanie says:

    I love that everything is gluten free. That means no conversions!

  242. I aspire to be able to take as beautiful photos as displayed on both your blogs. Your recipes come together in such an inspirational organic way that is just stunning both in picture and in recipe.

  243. Wow! the book looks AMAZING!! Can’t wait to try that raspberry recipe =)

  244. I love your blog and Bea’s too. I would be thrilled to get the book all the way to Finland :)

  245. Niri be gustauko jatan, bigarren liburu hori, esku artean aukitea, zurea itxoten dogun bitartean.
    Ondo segi, eta badakizu, martxoan Itxaso be hemetik ibiliko da, eta zu be etorri gura dozunean. Laster arte.

  246. Caroline Duong says:

    I love Bea’s website! I’d love to cook from her new cookbook!

  247. Monica says:

    The photos are simply lovely. How wonderful to have beauty, flavor, and to be gluten free!

  248. What I love so much about Bea’s photos is her excellent use of color. So bright and cheery. Always a backdrop to the food. Would love to win this book. Thanks for the opportunity.

  249. Gail says:

    Love Bea’s blog…but really enjoy yours…hope to be the one who is lucky and win this book

  250. The radishes look so beautiful set against the pink of the tablecloth. Stunning,

  251. Mia Macpherson says:

    Absoluement fantastique! Vos photos sont extraordinaires. Merci!

  252. I just learned about La Tartine Gourmande from your blog! I will add it to the list of my favorite places to visit. I would love to have the cookbook for my shelf!

  253. BumbleBee says:

    The food looks amazing! I’m curious about what those green muffins are :)

  254. sonia says:

    ahhhh Definitely I love your book!!!!
    Thank for the opportunity

  255. Kittie says:

    Thank you so much for the giveaway, and the introduction to Bea’s blog!

  256. sarah b. says:

    gorgeous photos in this post, as usual! thanks for the great giveaway.

  257. Lovely post and lovely photos! I am very interested in Bea’s new book: Please enter me for the giveaway!

  258. Sarah says:

    I would LOVE a copy! This looks absolutely amazing.

  259. Karin says:

    I love your recipes and the photos are an inspiration! x

  260. Sarah says:

    I would LOVE a copy! This looks amazing!

  261. mkp says:

    This book looks beautiful!!

  262. Bize says:

    I have cooked a lot of Bea’s recipes from her blog, they are so unique! This book is definately on my wish list 2012.

  263. Danielle Esparza says:

    What beautiful photos and what a simple philosophy. I’d love a copy of this book as my sister has celiac disease and finding new gluten free recipes that are delicious is somewhat of a challenge.

  264. Kristin says:

    I would love a great gluten free cookbook!

  265. I would love to win a copy, but if I don’t, I’ll buy it anyway. :)

    I’m so, so happy that there are so many bloggers who are gluten-free and willing to share their fabulous recipes.

  266. Kelley says:

    I love both your blogs! and I love to see collaboration between artists, even if its only an interview. It was a lovely read, thank you.

  267. Naz says:

    Aran, I have only just recently discovered your blog…I know I’m late to the table! But I spent the entire weekend pouring over your site and Bea’s book looks amazing as well! Would love to win a copy of her book…both of your work is very inspirational!

  268. Julie Konno says:

    Just enchanting…I am really inspired. Thanks!

  269. hazyrayn says:

    I would love to win a copy! I have two celiac friends, and I would cook something from the book and give it to them, with the book. :)

  270. Naz says:

    I’m not sure my first comment went through so I will try again…Aran I just wanted to say I have only just recently discovered your blog (I know I’m very late!) but I spent the whole weekend going through your blog and just couldn’t get enough! La Tartine Gourmande looks amazing and I would love to win a copy! Your work is so inspirational (both of you)!

  271. nicole says:

    The photography all looks amazing! I don’t really eat French food ever, but would love to try it.

  272. núria says:

    I bumped into your blog (your’s and Béa’s) almost simultaneously in 2009… Since then I’m grateful for my daily dose of inspiration. Congrats on your upcoming books!

  273. Alison says:

    This cookbook looks wonderful!

  274. núria says:

    I bumped into your blog (your’s and Béa’s) almost simultaneously in 2009… Since then I’m grateful for my daily dose of inspiration. Congrats on your upcoming books!

  275. Amanda says:

    Great interview and give-a-way as well! Count me as one who would love her book:-)

  276. Rachel says:

    Can’t wait to see the book!

  277. Greta says:

    Oh that book is so beautiful!
    And the recipes sound wonderful.
    I can’t wait to try them.
    Love from,
    Greta

  278. Amyjie says:

    Feasting with the eyes. As always, love your food photography. Would love to win a copy :)!

  279. Tiffany says:

    What a lovely account from Bea, thanks so much for sharing!

  280. LAURIE says:

    A savory crumble prize, please!

  281. martini says:

    Oh, her book sounds just lovely; I’d be so happy to have a copy to re-invigorate and inspire my cooking as spring rolls around…

  282. Amyjie says:

    I can’t find my comment to edit it but then again, I’m not sure if Blogger lets you edit. So I made a mistake and said “your” photography. I do love your food photography but I meant to say I love the cookbook author’s in my comment. It’s just an automatic response when I visit your blog!

  283. Alison Bird says:

    I love both your blogs. You have both been inspirations to me.

  284. I recently read Julia Child’s My Life in France, which has inspired me to want to cook with more sophistication, so I would love a copy of this book!

  285. Angela! says:

    thanks!!! your blog is always an inspiration for me. And the book sounds so great!

  286. You and Bea have similar styles. I’ve always loved both your blogs! Winning Bea’s book would be lovely! :-)

    Shirley

  287. I have loved her work for a long time now! So excited to see her book and would LOVE a copy! Beautiful, simple, inspirational!

  288. Her work is lovely and the styling is always inspiration…would love to spend days in the kitchen cooking from this book.

  289. Sara says:

    This sounds and looks graet! I would be sooooo happy to win one book!

  290. Sara says:

    This sounds and looks so great! I would be sooooo happy to win a book!

  291. Kepa says:

    I can’t wait to check out this book. Thank you for sharing the interview.

  292. Jessica says:

    I would love a copy. The photography is amazing! Thank you!

  293. Tressa says:

    I would love a copy of the cookbook. Your blog and La Tartine Gourmande are my favorite blogs! Beautiful food and photography.

  294. Kristin says:

    Que fotos más preciosas y el hecho de que la comida que tiene tan buena pinta de ser deliciosa, tambien es sana, que más se puede pedir!?

  295. Angelika says:

    Your photos always make me hungry ;-) Sounds like a great book! (I can’t wait to finish writing up my PhD thesis to finally have time again to do serious cooking and baking) Keep up the great work! Always makes me happy to get to have Canelle et Vanille news in my mailbox :-)

  296. Suzanne says:

    Thanks for the great giveaway. Those photos are incredible (as are yours).

  297. Meghan says:

    What beautiful photos. The book looks and sounds wonderful.

  298. Mònica says:

    It looks great , looking at the photos it seems so easy to cook . And awesome giveaway. If I can’t get it, I will have another book in my wish list .

  299. maria says:

    This was new to me, but looks really both beautiful and inspiring!

  300. mindy says:

    This cookbook sounds amazing!

  301. Trish says:

    A lovely post, Aran! I’ve heard nothing but good things about the book, thank you for sharing your perspective. :)

  302. Great interview! I’m looking forward to the book! You both have similar styles in photography … gorgeous!

  303. The book looks amaizing!!! I love the photos!

  304. I still remember that La Tartine Gourmande was the first food blog I bookmarked, and I am still reading it to this day, always amazed of its beauty.

  305. Kunyo says:

    I usually read blogs for the recipes, but both your and Bea’s blogs have turned me into a photo junkie as well. I’m blown away every time I visit your websites. Thanks for the giveaway!

  306. Who could resist her self chosen menu? Just perfect! and, these images….so cheery!

  307. anaboa says:

    This looks wonderfully beautiful! I’ve been exploring new recipes that are naturally GF as well!

  308. Leslie says:

    I’ve had my eye on this book for a while now, would love to win a copy!

  309. Danielle says:

    Ah, tous ces livres de cuisine me font rever. I would love to have a copy of Bea’s book. :)

  310. I love her blog and her book! Simply Beautiful! thanks :)

  311. vytran says:

    Thank you for sharing with us Bea’s creative process!

  312. i love hearing about how people set up their photos. i do the same thing – move shit around until it looks visually pleasing to me. it’s probably not the most technical way to do it, but it works for me.

  313. Stephanie says:

    Her blog is certainly inspiring. Would love to win a copy of this! :)

  314. Pilar says:

    This book really looks awesome!

  315. Leslie says:

    I am trying to cut back on buying cookbooks …..huuummmm ….I guess if I won a cookbook I wouldn’t be breaking my resolution!

  316. Matilda says:

    How beautiful! I see many similarities in your two styling approaches. The book looks very inspiring.

  317. I would love to be inspired (and challenged) by this beautiful book.

  318. my mouth is watering. i would love to win a copy of this book!

  319. Deeba PAB says:

    More inspiration! What an inspiring interview…loved reading it! I make Bea’s GF granola every week, something that changed the way my terrible teen looked at breakfast. Do add me to the numbers for the giveaway Aran. Thank you!

  320. I’m so intrigued by her recipes! I would live to have her book! Thanks for sharing her!

  321. La tartine gourmande is a really good source of inspiration for me also!

  322. Tia Maria says:

    OOO….new fun recipes to make! I love both of your styles and recipes…so beautiful.
    Thank you!

  323. I love Bea’s work and I can’t wait to order a copy of her book, but with this giveaway I think I’ll hold off – just in case!

  324. I only recently discovered La Tartine Gourmande and love it. I haven’t had the time to really explore the blog, so I would love to win her new book!

  325. Bibi says:

    So nice of you make a giveaway :) If even I don’t win, it’s on my wishlist. What I really would love right now, besides the book, are those gorgeous raspberries. I wish we had some fresh ones on Brazil :(

    Tanks for the recipes, the giveaway and the gorgeous pictures!

  326. Meghan says:

    I would love to flip through ans use Bea’s book!

  327. Mel says:

    I have to commend Bea on all her hard work. Her food styling and recipes are truly unique. Not only does she create great recipes for any feast, she creates a feast for our eyes that celebrates the colour and shapes of all types of foods! Not to mention the stories she writes about her food that deepen the emotion in her photographs. Its all fantastic!

  328. Have had my eye on this for SOO LONG! Thanks for the opportunity and the inspiration! (both of you :D)

  329. Yelena says:

    I would love to have this book-)) Thank you!

  330. Emily says:

    This sounds like a very interesting cook book. I am newly gluten free, and love the idea of cooking that isn’t focused on being gluten free, but is instead just good food, which naturally happens to be gluten free.

  331. vjs says:

    Going gluten-free has been a breeze with you and Béa to guide me! Very much looking forward to your book as well, your baking is soooo delicious! And sign me up for the drawing too!

  332. Mary says:

    I’ll be buying this book as soon as I can; I can’t wait!

  333. Gabriela says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous pictures. I would love to try the recipes!

  334. Jessica says:

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

  335. cakespeare says:

    Oh wow, that book does look INCREDIBLE. Love the sound of cranberry cake :-)

  336. Rita says:

    I would love to win this book! Just starting a gluten free life and would love such a beautiful collection of recipes.

  337. Ginger G says:

    … so natural, so beaytiful and dleiciously gluten free – you both inspire me!

  338. margretta says:

    The photos here are beautiful and I’m excited to see more of your recipes. The cookbook looks fabulous as well.
    margretta
    miseenplace.us

  339. Too beautiful to devour — and mouth-watering!!!

  340. Such a lovely book! Thanks for featuring it as a giveaway item. I enjoyed reading the interview as well.

  341. Rikki says:

    I would use this to not only to cook mouth watering recipes, but as a coffee table book for my visitor’s to page through and admire the beautiful photography!

  342. jana says:

    it looks like a wonderful book…

  343. Jimena says:

    Bea’s blog was the firts contact I had with a blog 4 years ago… I really fall in love with her recipes and her pictures. The colors are amazing and as you said: her work is a kaleidoscope of colors, textures, and memories”
    I really would love to have that book over my shelf and try more of her delicious recipes.

  344. chibiume says:

    Both your blogs are always so stunning!

  345. oh, this sound wonderful!i love reading cookbooks in bed, it gives me a great sense of comfort… have a good day!

  346. Its serendipity when two blogs that I have admired and have inspired me in return are featured in the same post!! I encountered both your blogs around the same time and I was enchanted..the anecdotes of your everyday life with touches of french, your respective daughters, Lulu and Miren and your utterly beautiful photographs that openend up the world of food photography to me!! But most of all I was entranced by your cooking and recipes as to how you took everyday the freshest ingredients and turned it into the most, beautiful food that inspired! So, Merci beaucoup to the both of you for revealing a new world for me sitting in faraway India and would love to have Bea’s recipes as a part of my life!!

  347. Mónica says:

    I love Tartine Gourmande as much as your blog. I would be delighted to have a copy of his fantastic book.
    A great interview.
    Mónica

  348. madelaine says:

    The book seems full of delicious treats!

  349. Gaia says:

    I have been following both your blogs for ever! They’re so inspiring!

  350. Irene says:

    Oh my goodness! I love Bea’s blog, and I’d love to win a copy of her book. What a treat!Please enter my name!

  351. Alicia says:

    New blog for me, it looks great!I am sure I will be trying new recipes soon.

  352. I admire Béas blog as well as yours! So inspiring recipes, so stunning pictures! I would like to win a copy of the book!

  353. I love Bea’s blog as much as I love yours. You both are such a great inspiration, full of sincerity and huge talent. I would love to have a copy of this wonderful cookbook and delight myself with the recipes and the wonderful so beautiful captured photographs.

  354. Robin says:

    “recipes for an inspired life”…how delicious.

    I’m slowly learning to cook gluten free since my Celiac diagnosis in May. I’d love to have this gorgeous book, thanks to the both of you for giving us a chance to win~

    xo
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

  355. Kathleen says:

    Such inspiration!!! I am home sick, and wish someone was cooking fennel soup in my kitchen. Cannot wait to prepare some myself.

  356. It’s all been said, but I find both your blog and Bea’s to be truly inspiring. I live for food and love to share its beauty and charm with family and friends. These stories, photographs, and recipes are incredible and something I aspire to. I would love a copy of her new book – I have a feeling it would be life changing!! :)

  357. The both of you have such inspiring photos and writing. I would love to sit outside and read each page and admire the stunning photography.

  358. Seanna Lea says:

    This cookbook looks amazing. I love the idea of the risotto in the 4 course meal question. The flavors sound beautiful.

  359. <3 your blog! always inspirational! thank you for this give away!

  360. Amanda Joy says:

    I want the cookbook if simply to stare at the beautiful images!

  361. What a great giveaway. I would love to be inspired. Thanks so much!

  362. Rebecca says:

    I’m a photographer more than I am a foodie so I am drawn to your images. I also enjoy the soothing thoughtful way you write. La Tartine Gourmande book is beautiful…just as yours will be.

  363. sweets says:

    This book looks so lovely, it would make a beautiful addition to my cookbooks!

  364. Caitlin says:

    I love your blog and this cookbook looks amazing! Thanks for the interview and the insights into Bea’s cooking style. Please consider me for this giveaway :).

  365. Caitlin says:

    I love your blog and this cookbook looks amazing! Thanks so much for the interview and the insights into Bea’s cooking style :).

  366. Judy Allen says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous photography and food styling, but even more gorgeous and delicious recipes…by both of you!!

  367. The book looks wonderful, I really enjoy both your blogs they are definitely a source of inspiration.

  368. That sounds so lovely. I loved her idea for the four course meal. I mean, wasabi whipped cream for soup? Wow.

  369. Michelle says:

    I would love to win her cookbook. I have fallen in love with her blog (and yours)!

  370. Justine says:

    The food photos are sooooo pretty. Such talent so happy I live in the era of food blogs!

  371. oh, ce serait trop génial si je gagnerais ce livre merveilleux! salutations de l’europe!

  372. alice2 says:

    la tartine gourmande is one of the blogs on my daily feed. i love how the recipes and style both manage to be complete and satisfying but also simple. pistachio muffin!

  373. This book looks fantastic, I would love to own it! It’s going on my amazon wish list for sure!

  374. mirabelle says:

    I love how she incorporates all cultures in her food.

  375. Winning would be neat,
    for this book is a treat!

  376. Wow…very cool!! Lots of inspiration and would love to add her book to my growing cookbook assortment!!

  377. Jess says:

    I love to peruse cookbooks in all my spare time (ha!), and this one seems to be delightful. My husband have been trying a processed-foods-free diet now for months, which is pretty much gluten-free. I would love some inspiration for my cooking. Thank you!

  378. Annahita says:

    I am glad I stumbled upon your blog as well as “La Tartine Gourmande”; with so many blogs out there it’s nice to know there are a handful one will always stick to and be always awed by the pictures and scenery behind the recipes! thank you very much for that!

  379. Sini says:

    Such an interesting interview. Thank you Aran! Your blog and Béas are my absolute favourites – full of inspiration. I’m really excited about Béas book and can’t wait to get it! And by the way: I’m already waiting for yours to be released…

  380. Méli Melo says:

    It would be lovely to have Bea’s book…I keep my fingers crossed…

  381. John says:

    love the interview and photographs! Very inspiring.

  382. Hannah says:

    Thank you for sharing such a lovely cookbook with us! As always, you are inspiring.

  383. Meg Greene says:

    I enjoy your blog for the photographs and the recipes. Thank you for introducing me to another inspiring artist. Meg

  384. Fragolian says:

    the images are great and appetizing. it would be amazing to have the book.

  385. Célia says:

    I have both blogs in my RSS feed =) So OF COURSE I’d love to win La Tartine Gourmande’s book through Cannelle et Vanille’s blog!
    You pictures are wonderful and made me want to live in your blogs ^_^

  386. Melanie says:

    How delightful that the author of another beloved food blog has a book to grace the shelves of all of us eager kitchen wenches! (And that it’s also gluten free? Score!) Please sign me up for a chance to win a copy!

  387. i would truly love to win! what a gorgeous cookbook!

  388. Sarah says:

    I want to lick the last photo! What an awesome addition this book would be!!

  389. Anonymous says:

    Melissa Calvin
    melissamcalvin@gmail.com
    This book looks amazing. I’d love to win it! Thanks

  390. Aude says:

    This book seems to be both beautiful and so inspiring. I think there are great connections between your two blogs. The love of good, healthy and tasty food of course, but also the lovely feeling you give your readers (at least that’s what I feel…!): you have me travel every single time! Plus the colors, the simplicity and the positive “peaceful” comments in your posts show the world in a beautiful way. Thank you…
    Aude

  391. Shelby says:

    I have been so excited for the release of Bea’s new cookbook as an avid foodie/photographer myself…it would be a welcome guest in my growing collection of inspiring cookbooks to learn and love. Congratulations to you both!

  392. Shelby says:

    I have been so excited for the release of Bea’s new cookbook as an avid foodie/photographer myself…it would be a welcome guest in my growing collection of inspiring cookbooks to learn and love. Congratulations to you both!

  393. I just love your blog, Aran, and also Bea’s. They are both so inspiring. I would love to have a chance to win Bea’s book.

  394. Donna F. says:

    I would love to win a copy of this book. The pictures on the cover are so beautiful and inviting!
    salvatore654@gmail.com

  395. Adele says:

    This looks like such a wonderful book. Thank you for sharing the giveaway.
    countryq733@gmail.com

  396. Jena says:

    That raspberry yumminess at the end of the post looks amazing. Mmmm.

  397. Liliz says:

    Béa’s recipes and photos are indeed inspiring! I would definitely love to own a copy for myself =) Thank you for hosting this amazing giveaway!

  398. Giusy says:

    Love your blog and pictures.Last day I made a gluten free short pastry really really good . This is the recipe. http://shesaidgreen.com/crostata-ricotta-e-cioccolato-senza-glutine/

    It’s made with mixed corn and rice flour whitout any leaven but just a bit of bicarbonate. It’ s delicius…. try it… if you need translation let me know

  399. Lois says:

    I love Cannelle et Vanille. I am new cook who has found so much passion through reading your blog. I am moving to France this summer so I am also trying to learn French through your recipes as well. Every day I look forward to seeing a new post. Keep on going!

  400. Okay, I’m in!! Would love to win a book from this lovely, inspiring and talented woman! Wonderful interview -thank you so much for sharing & good luck to us all!

  401. Vivian says:

    I love Bea! And I need a more inspired life! I hope you pick me, and thanks for hosting the giveaway :)

  402. Moose says:

    yummy yummy yummy in my tummy!

  403. lillianxo says:

    I would love to have such a wonderful cookbook among my collection. Thank you for the fantastic giveaway and your ever inspiring, gorgeous and delicious posts.

  404. Oh her book looks so beautiful! It’s been on my wishlist on amazon for a while, I’d love to win a copy! :)

  405. Unknown says:

    This is such a beautiful looking book, your photographs are so inspiring!

  406. Alyse says:

    You photographs are so painterly and elegant.
    I am inspired to do some watercolors after I see them.
    Also, the recipes are so clean and lovely.

  407. Deanna says:

    What a beautiful book…I would LOVE to add this to my kitchen library!

  408. Theresa says:

    Bonjour Mesdames,
    Comme c’est un plaisir incroyable de visiter vos blogs à chaque fois… I love looking at your pictures in the morning to get some light and bliss shining through cold or grey winterdays, Aran and Bea!

    Ce serait formidable de recevoir une copie du nouveau livre… dont je rêve déjà!
    Greetings from Europe,
    Theresa

    theresa (at) leisgang (dot) de

  409. marla says:

    Such a wonderful interview with Bea ~ also a very generous giveaway. Please sign me up as an entry + I will be sure to get my hands on a copy as soon as it is released no matter what!

  410. I’ve been drooling over this book for weeks! I’ma follower of Bea’s blog and every post is so beautifully done. Keep up the good work!

  411. Sido says:

    Thanks to both of you for this giveaway. The fennel and pea soup sounds really good. And the pictures are beautiful

  412. Kirsty says:

    I’d love to see the pictures in Bea’s book. I love her use of colour and the quality of the light.

  413. Sabine says:

    This book looks amazing. I cross my fingers :)

  414. Alice says:

    Lovely book!! I will have to check that out. soon :)

  415. Just love her bright and colourful pictures!

  416. Athena says:

    Bea’s images are lovely and inspiring, and her book is on my wishlist. Thank you for the generous giveaway!

  417. Hannah says:

    That book sounds delicious! I’d have a hard time not making envy thing in one day

  418. Jean says:

    Gorgeous blog, posts and book! What a great giveaway!

  419. Melissa Hansson says:

    I love her blog & would love to win a book. Thank you.

  420. Katie says:

    What gorgeous photographs! I’d love to own this cookbook.

  421. Jessica says:

    Aran, your blog is inspiring! I would love to win a copy of Bea’s book.

  422. dailydoily says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! This book looks amazing :)

  423. Tonka says:

    Both your blogs are gorgeous! Thanks for giveaway!

  424. Tonka says:

    Both your blogs are gorgeous! Thanks for giveaway!

  425. Wow..what a chance to have Bea’s book on my shelf and to thank you both for your inspiring blogs, recipes and pictures!
    Thank you Aran for sharing with us ..my finger will be very crossed :)
    ps: if I will be lucky enough to win will you send me the book in Italy?
    Stefania

  426. Monique says:

    Beautiful images, thank you for sharing!

  427. AnastasiaC says:

    i love cookbooks and would love a chance to win!!! thanks for having this great giveaway – looks like a beautiful book!

  428. Oh please! Everything looks so yummy!

  429. chaya says:

    Cant wait to see this work of art!!

  430. JB says:

    Thanks for taking the time to introduce us to another wonderful cook and photographer. I always look forward to your posts and am really looking forward to your book. I’m glad to hear that there is another fabulous book out there to tide me over until yours is published. (Hope I win a copy!) Thanks!

  431. Sally says:

    Bea’s blog is one of my favorites! And along with yours gives me my weekly dose of great styling and beautiful food!

  432. Ashley says:

    The photo of the green muffin-type treats look interesting! These photos are making my mouth water : )

  433. lolagin says:

    i was surprised finding an interview between two of my favorite food blog writers! can’t wait to get a look into bea’s new book!

  434. Gorgeous book and very inspiring recipes!!

  435. Cuppa says:

    Great giveaway for the foodie in all of us!

  436. kiki says:

    Oh, I would love to win a book!!!!
    HUgs,
    Kiki

  437. Mercè says:

    Béa’s and your blog are on my inspiration blogroll. ;) Congrats to you both!

  438. whitney says:

    It looks so beautiful, I’d love to win it!

    whitneyannereeder@ gmail.com

  439. Molly says:

    what an extra gorgeous book. how exciting!

  440. Hilary says:

    A great blog, and it looks like a great book!

  441. Hilary says:

    A great blog, and it looks like a great book!

  442. Muffin says:

    This book is amazing. Lovely photos and styling.

  443. ruby says:

    neat to find your blog from emmadime. bea’s book looks inspring and gorgeous!

  444. Viv says:

    I love Bea’s blog! Can’t wait to read her book..

  445. I’d love this book as it comes so highly recommended. Beautiful pictures.

  446. i know my girlfriend would love this book! i hope i get it for her as a valentine gift ;-)

  447. heleen says:

    sure would I love to win that book!!!! Looking and cooking belongs together.

  448. Those raspberries look simply divine ! x.

  449. It was a delight to get to know Bea a little bit more. I’ve admired her blog along side yours for some time and enjoy the gorgeous work that you both share. I hope to get to know you and your work further as well as I’m pretty sure I’ll see you and Angela in Whistler:) Cheers! Ps would love a copy of Bea’s book- pick me, pick me:)

  450. Hilary says:

    its an amazing blog – cant wait to see the book!

  451. marion says:

    love your site…the photos, the recipes. this book sound great.

  452. edmee says:

    I just happened to pass on your blog through a few clicks and I love your blog and this article: the pictures are amazing and everything looks delicious !
    Nice work on the colors !

  453. Jennifer says:

    Sounds like a wonderful cookbook from a passionate chef!

  454. HELLO ALL,

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR KIND WORDS. I KNOW BEA IS THRILLED TO READ THE POSITIVE REVIEWS ABOUT HER BOOK AND BLOG.

    THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNERS ARE….

    Rinksters and Mary!

    I WILL EMAIL YOU SHORTLY.

    THANK YOU!

  455. I love her blog and ,of course, her harmonious photography, which without being pretensious it’s full of life…

  456. Suzanne says:

    Thank you for sharing Bea’s book with us. It’s the perfect gift for my friends birthday. Can’t wait to buy a copy for myself, too! Also . . . I saw that the South Florida Gluten Free Food Expo is on Saturday, February 18, 2011 at the South Florida fairgrounds.

  457. Those pictures just look scrumptious! How inspiring!

  458. ....... says:

    love your blog/website! beautiful pictures. mouth watering food. what an inspiration for me as food and photography lover!

    thanks!

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