Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Cookbook Titles

Okay, Chickens, here are the top three choices for me to submit to my editor for cookbook titles:

1.  Cooking Between the Lines: Recipes from the novels of Stacey Ballis

2.  Fiction to Kitchen: A collection of scrumptious recipes for any occasion by Author and Food Enthusiast Stacey Ballis

3.  Yours in Good Taste: The Collected Recipes from the Novels of Stacey Ballis


Please comment below with your votes, and please only vote once for one title!  The top vote getter will get a special prize from me.  I will be submitting all three of these to my editor, and if one makes the grade, there will be an even bigger prize!

Vote by 11:59pm CST Thursday and I will announce the winner on Friday!

Yours in Good Taste,
The Polymath


44 comments:

  1. Yours in Good Taste. It is just so....you

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  2. Cooking between the lines.

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  3. 1. Cooking Between the Lines: Recipes from the novels of Stacey Ballis

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  4. Yours in Good Taste but all 3 are very clever

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  5. yours in good taste

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  6. Cooking Between the Lines

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  7. Yours in good taste!

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  8. Yours in Good Taste. It's your signature line.

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  9. Fiction to Kitchen

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  10. Yours in Good Taste. I love the double entendre. Good luck! I love your books and recipes!

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  11. Yours in good taste

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  12. Cooking Between the Lines! - not that I'm biased or anything ;-)

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  13. Fiction to kitchen (although, I like From Fiction to Kitchen).

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  14. It's dificult for me to choose between Cooking between the Lines and Yours in Good Taste, but I think I prefer Yours in Good Taste. All of them are really good, though.

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  15. Fiction to Kitchen. But I don't think you can go wrong with any of these titles. They're all great.

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  16. I'll admit, I'm leaning towards "Cooking Between the Lines ..." It feels both inviting and inclusive - like the reader of the cookbook is let in on the secrets; the story behind the story; the subtext.

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  17. Cooking Between the Lines

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  18. This is a tough one; I like all of them. Yours in Good Taste is the one I prefer most. Can't wait until it comes out.

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  19. Cooking Between the Lines

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  20. Can I still vote if I suggested one????
    WTH - Yours in Good Taste….

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  21. Fiction to Kitchen. (Trust me, I'm a marketer) :)

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  22. Yours in Good Taste: The Collected Recipes from the Novels of Stacey Ballis

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  23. Oooh they are all good! I like Fiction to Kitchen best. I think it best encapsulates what your cookbook is about, and also has a great ring to it. In other news, I spelled encapsulates without having to look it up. Take that, spell check!

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  24. Aw! I've been so busy this week that this is the first time I'm see this post. Thank you for considering my title! Whatever the outcome - thank you! This just made my day!!

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