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February 2019 Cookbook of the Month NOMINATIONS

islandmermaid | Jan 10, 201904:14 PM     46

A warm and cozy greeting to everyone in our Cookbook of the Month community! Let's put on our thinking caps and share ideas for our February selection. For many of us, February means chilly days, long wintry nights, and perhaps cooking while snowed in. Our shortest month also features Valentine's Day! Which book will inspire us to cook together next month?

Please nominate as many books as you like, and CAPITALIZE THE TITLE as you nominate. If you’re mentioning or discussing the book but not nominating, just name the book without capitalizing. Thanks!

I would like to extend a special welcome to anyone new to Cookbook of the Month (COTM) and invite you to feel free to nominate away! We welcome nominations from all, whether you’ve been involved in COTM in the past or if you’re brand new. We just ask that you nominate with the intention of cooking with us next month. Join us, please!

To take a look at our Cookbook of the Month Archive, click here: https://www.chowhound.com/cookbook_of...

**Nominations will close on Thursday January 17 at 5pm, Eastern Time.** As always, I'm curious to see which titles emerge (and return!) this month as potential COTM material. Happy nominating and thank you for participating!

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