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"Everyday Food: Fresh Flavor Fast" Book Contest

Calling all fans of "Everyday Food" magazine -- enter now to win a copy of our newest book, "Everyday Food: Fresh Flavor Fast." 

Tell us why you love Everyday Food in 150 words or less, along with the title of your favorite Everyday Food recipe, and submit your entry between February 15, 2010, and March 15, 2010, and you could be one of 20 lucky winners.

Include your complete name, address, telephone number, and email address. Online entries can be emailed to edfcontest@marthastewart.com, or mail your entry with your full name, address, phone number, and email address to:

Alison Sickelka 
Assistant Editor, Online 
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia 
601 West 26th Street, 9th Floor 
New York, NY 10001

"Everyday Food: Fresh Flavor Fast" features 250 recipes that are delicious, simple to prepare, and filled with flavorful fresh ingredients. Accompanied by beautiful photographs, the recipes focus on quick-cooking, easy-to-assemble dishes that use what's on hand. Sample 15 of the recipes here. 

Contest Details and Official Rules

Comments (26)

  • 4 Jan, 2014

    I have personally cooked over 50% of the recipes in Great Food Fast. Normally I am skeptical of cook books as I am a decent home chef.h However, I was given this book as a gift and while on Mat Leave was looking for a way to save money, expand my cooking hobbie and add some variety to my family dinners (without breaking the bank or having a heart attack). Needless to say, I am looking forward to trying the next book and am starting to drool writing this comment - One of the best cook books !

  • 21 Jan, 2011

    I like the way all the ingredients are listed that you will need and that the recipes are easy to follow and delicious food is always the result.

  • 12 Mar, 2010

    I like " Everyday Food" recipes because they are easy and always taste really good.I love the magazines and they are fun to read and find new recipes to fix.

  • 11 Mar, 2010

    My favorite "Everyday Food" is PISTACHIO RAISIN BISCOTTIS, and I always try the other varieties of biscotti that I find at the website. They are delicious, just like all the other recipes I've already tried. Why do I love Everyday Food?
    Because Everyday Food makes me love cooking for the people I love !! The smile on their faces and the compliments I get are priceless !!
    Regards, Claudia, from BRAZIL !!

  • 11 Mar, 2010

    Everyday Food is a great resource for me, especially on the nights when I simply can't think of anything to make for dinner. I know I can turn to Everyday Food and find something that is both healthful and tasty. Our favorite recipe is the Pasta with Beets and Blue Cheese; it always turns out great and is quick and delicious.

  • 10 Mar, 2010

    A subscriber since 2004, I still look forward to receiving EDF every month. As a mom of a finicky toddler, I can find home-run recipes that my child will eat (and enjoy) but isn't dumbed down for my "foodie" palate. I also love its portable size; I carry it in my bag to peruse when possible. Many EDF recipes have become family faves, but Thai Beef with Chiles and Basil Over Coconut Rice is in frequent rotation. The spicy beef, creamy rice, and tangy lime has a flavor profile that we all enjoy.

  • 10 Mar, 2010

    I loved finding the recipe for Green Godess Dressing so I could make my own. For years I could buy it then suddenly it was no longer available and I could no longer make our favorite tuna salad. I did try to come up with a recipe but it wasn't right.

    When I saw that recipe I went right out and got everything to make it so I could surprize my husband with the salad for dinner. He was so happy toto be able to have it once more thanks to your recipe.

  • 10 Mar, 2010

    A subscriber since 2004, I still look forward to receiving EDF every month. As a mom of a finicky toddler, I can find home-run recipes that my child will eat (and enjoy) but isn't dumbed down for my "foodie" palate. I also love its portable size; I carry it in my bag to peruse when possible. Many EDF recipes have become family faves, but Thai Beef with Chiles and Basil Over Coconut Rice is in frequent rotation. The spicy beef, creamy rice, and tangy lime has a flavor profile that we all enjoy.

  • 10 Mar, 2010

    A subscriber since 2004, I still look forward to receiving EDF every month. As a mom of a finicky toddler, I can find home-run recipes that my child will eat (and enjoy) but isn't dumbed down for my "foodie" palate. I also love its portable size; I carry it in my bag to peruse when possible. Many EDF recipes have become family faves, but Thai Beef with Chiles and Basil Over Coconut Rice is in frequent rotation. The spicy beef, creamy rice, and tangy lime has a flavor profile that we all enjoy.

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I love your magazine because of the wonderful hints, recipes, etc. But most of all I love having the nutritional information listed for every recipe. I looked at your new cookbook at the book store and unfortunately there are no nutritional info listed for the recipes. Needless to say, I was terribly disappointed.

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I love your magazine because of the wonderful hints, recipes, etc. But most of all I love having the nutritional information listed for every recipe. I looked at your new cookbook at the book store and unfortunately there are no nutritional info listed for the recipes. Needless to say, I was terribly disappointed.

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I love your magazine because of the wonderful hints, recipes, etc. But most of all I love having the nutritional information listed for every recipe. I looked at your new cookbook at the book store and unfortunately there are no nutritional info listed for the recipes. Needless to say, I was terribly disappointed.

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I love finding all the healthy recipes in one spot. I love the Spicy Seared Scallops. This made all other scallop recipes bland in comparison. The whole dish was very good and the presentation was amazingly simple to do. That's why I love EDF website

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I love EDF magazine's focus on particular herbs and how they can be used in various dishes. As a result of EDF, I've begun stocking my own fresh herbs in my fridge and use them vary liberally. I can't really say what my fave recipe would be, however, but I did find some beautiful Crostini recipes in one issue!!

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    My favorite EDF recipe is the Potato-Fish Chowder from the April 2005 issue. It was the first EDF food recipe I tried. I never had fish chowder before but the photo looked so good I had to try it. The recipe yielded perfectly cooked fish and yummy red potatoes in a creamy, hearty, seafood-y broth. It was also my first time working with bottled clam juice and I like that the ingredients were easy to find in my grocery store- no specialty shops!

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    i love everyday foods because the recipes are actually usable! no trendy ingredients, no complicated procedures; just good, reliable, quick and easy foods that anyone can prepare, and everyone will love. the most difficult thing is to pick just one favorite! i made most of the cookies, candies, and cakes from the december '09 issue to give as gifts. they were all well received, but i think the miniature golden fruitcakes were the standout!!

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I wish competitions such as this would be available in NZ!!

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I just love the Salmon with Potato-Artichoke Hash. BEAUTIFUL, SIMPLE AND HEALTHY...JUST THE WAY I LIKE IT. Thank you Martha!

  • 9 Mar, 2010

    I love the recipes because they make use of fresh ingredients in a way that is quick to prepare and my family can eat fast food that is not highly processed food. My favorite recipe is the Steak and Scallions Stir Fry.

  • 4 Mar, 2010

    It makes cooking simple and fun while also teaching one to learn the process and the terms required to be knowledgable.
    I've introduced my boyfriend to everyday food and he loves it too! Our favorite recipe to make is the Lemon Chicken Orzo. It's easy and delicious, and we love the leftovers!

  • 1 Mar, 2010

    My favorite recipe, because it's so versatile, is Green Beans Vinaigrette.
    This recipe represents why I enjoy "Everyday Food" magazine. Simple to
    prepare. Complex in flavors. Delicious to eat. And, friendly to my wallet/purse.
    It's wonderful having a cookbook/magazine/TV show that talks to real people
    people who want to prepare good food for themselves/families/friends.

  • 1 Mar, 2010

    i don't need 150 words: SIMPLICITY.

  • 23 Feb, 2010

    i love the variety so much.the meals have opened my mind to so much more than the usual everyday blah.thanks so much,my tummy appreciates it

  • 23 Feb, 2010

    Hello!!!! I'm from Argentina!!! I am a big big big fan of Everyday Food. I bought my
    first journal on my first trip to the United States and cook each recipe! I loved them.
    Luckily I could get the book "Great Food Fast" last year. I adore each of their pages.
    I receive daily Dinner tonight and Cookie of the day by mail!
    I would love to have a book over the collection!
    Kisses and continue cooking delicious things because I still from the south of the world
    Love
    Mariana from Argentina!!!!

  • 23 Feb, 2010

    Everyday Food helps me to get out of the dinner rut. Great, creative, fresh recipes that are not a project to get on my dinner table. LOVE IT!

  • 23 Feb, 2010

    I love everyday recipes because they are a snap to make in less than 30 minutes.
    I hope I win it because I would like to sample them as well.