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December 2020 Cookbook of the Month NOMINATIONS

Caitlin McGrath | Nov 11, 202012:34 PM     33

This most exceptional of years is drawing to a close, but there’s still one more month of collective cooking to consider in 2020, so it’s time to collect December COTM nominations.

Anyone may nominate and the COTM community loves to have new people join us. Please nominate with the intention of participating and cooking from the winner should it be something you’ve nominated and voted for. Cookbooks and cooking blogs or websites are all fair game. You can view all the previous selections of the past 14 years here: https://www.chowhound.com/cookbook_of...

Some factors to consider when nominating include the accessibility of a book or website (has the book been around long enough that libraries are likely to have it and used copies may be available inexpensively online, is the website's content available without a paywall or for free registration, etc.), and whether the resource is widely available in North America and other parts of the English-speaking world.

HOW TO NOMINATE: Please type the names of nominated books or websites in ALL CAPS for easy visibility (if you’re discussing but not nominating a title, please use standard capitalization to avoid confusion). You may nominate as many books as you like. NOMINATIONS WILL CLOSE on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 at 3 PM EST/12 PM PST.

And please continue to cook from this month's COTM, David Lebovitz's website: https://www.chowhound.com/post/novemb...

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