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IN THE NEWS > May, 2007
Glorious One-Pot Meals was an Award-Winning Finalist in the Cookbooks category of the National Indie Excellence 2007 Book Awards!
March brough Elizabeth back to Seattle for the Northwest Women's Show, where she filmed her cooking class DVD (on sale now!).
January, 2007, saw a series of joint events with several other Colorado self-help authors. Dubbed "Making and Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions", Elizabeth gave five tips for healthy eating through the new year while the other authors spoke about spiritual and physical health, managing finances, relationships and motherhood. The events were held on snowy Colorado weekends at Tattered Cover in Highlands Ranch, Borders Books at Northglenn and Southwest Plaza, and Full Moon Books in Lakewood.
The Tattered Cover in Highlands Ranch, CO, warmly welcomed Elizabeth on November 19 to a special cooking event at this southeast branch of the venerable bookstore. All the staff members wore their favorite aprons to highlight the event.
November 18, saw Elizabeth back at the Compleat Gourmet cookware store in Centennial, CO, where she unveiled a new recipe during her demonstration: Thanksgiving in One-Pot! Check the featured recipe page shortly to see this new Glorious One-Pot Meal.
Home on the Range, the official Viking Stove and Cookware store in Denver, brought Elizabeth in to demonstrate her unique method before their discriminating clientele during an evening open house event on November 14.
Elizabeth returned to The Cupboard cookware store in Fort Collins, CO, for another afternoon of cooking in northern Colorado on November 11.
Seattle welcomed Elizabeth at the Seattle Cooks!! show November 3-5. Elizabeth performed twice on the Chef's stage there and sold out of cookbooks and Dutch ovens long before the 3-day event was over. One highlight was a guest spot on local celebrity chef Tom Douglas' radio show Saturday night. Check the See and Hear page soon to listen to the interview!
In 2006, Glorious One-Pot Meals was an Award-Winning finalist in both the Cookbooks: General category and the Diet: Healthy category in the Best Books 2006 National Book Awards. The cookbook also received a prestigious EVVY award from the Colorado Independent Publishers Association.
On September 7, Elizabeth joined fellow Colorado authors for the "Second Annual Colorado Authors Lend Their Voices to Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic." Elizabeth was assigned to record pages from War & Peace. She challenges anyone listening to that book to find her voice and send her the page numbers that she read! Hint: It was in the 700s. Good luck!
Elizabeth made her first appearance in Colorado Springs with a booksigning at the Citadel Barnes & Noble on June, 29, 2006.
Massachusetts welcomed Elizabeth at independent grocers in Concord, Cambridge, and Westport in late June, 2006, during her first cooking demonstration tour stop outside of Colorado. Despite the nearly constant rainfall, many came to learn firsthand about Glorious One-Pot Meals.
Mom Writer's Talk Radio interviewed Elizabeth about her cookbook, how she invented her unique cooking method, and how she balances her life as a writing mother. Tune in to hear the whole interview streamed to your computer. Find it in the archives for the week of June 16-22, 2006.
Elizabeth demonstrated her unique cooking method during the Denver Junior League's "Kitchens That Cook!" tour of Denver's hottest kitchens on June 11, 2006. Elizabeth's station was in an incredibly lovely back yard in the heart of the city -- see the photo below.
The Rocky Mountain MS Center honored Elizabeth at a special reception featuring MS authors on June 5, 2006.
The Sunday morning edition of 7News on May 21st featured Elizabeth together with Tom Stewart of the Rocky Mountain MS Center discussing nutrition for MS patients and demonstrating Elizabeth's Sesame-Soy Salmon Glorious One-Pot Meal.
Elizabeth took the stage at the Denver Cooks!! convention held at the Denver Convention Center May 13-14. Many fans visited the Glorious One-Pot Meals booth and many more learned about this new revolution in cooking.
Elizabeth was the keynote speaker for the Rocky Mountain MS Center's "Recipes for Living with MS" event, attended by almost 200 people, on May 2. The Rocky Mountain MS Center Guild's "Tea & Tasting" fundraising event brought almost 130 patrons out to watch Elizabeth perform a demonstration on April 26.
Colorado & Company, broadcast on KUSA channel 9 in Denver, featured Elizabeth demonstrating her Olive and Sundried Tomato Halibut recipe on Monday, May 1. The segment focused on multiple sclerosis and how it affects the Colorado community.
Glorious One-Pot Meals wishes a teary farewell to Denver's Cook's Mart cookware store. A wonderful store for 25 years, Cook's Mart has hosted 4 or 5 Glorious One-Pot Meals cooking demonstrations drawing at least 100 fans, and has sold hundreds of cookbooks to their customers. They will be sorely missed.
The Philadelphia Inquirer ran an April 6th story on Glorious One-Pot Meals: Whole in one: There's an enduring taste for one-pot cooking. Think of the pluses: A rich, easy meal, and hardly any cleanup. Download the pdf and read the story.
The Cupboard cookware store in downtown Fort Collins hosted Elizabeth for cooking demonstrations on April 8. The Fort Collins community turned out to learn this unique cooking method.
Elizabeth took the stage at the Denver Fine Food & Good Living Festival at the Denver Convention Center on April 9 and demonstrated her cooking method before a welcoming crowd.
The Complete Gourmet cookware store celebrated its 22nd anniversary March 18th with storewide discounts and demonstrations of Glorious One-Pot Meals by Elizabeth.
The Cooking Cardiologist and South Denver Cardiology Associates featured Elizabeth as a guest chef at their monthly cooking class on March 13. Over 70 people came on a Monday at 1:30pm to learn the Glorious One-Pot Meal technique.
February 25 brought Elizabeth to Boulder's Peppercorn cookware store on the Pearl St. Mall for an afternoon of demonstrations for Boulderites.
Did you catch Elizabeth on 7News at 11am on Feburary 10? Stay tuned... more television appearances are coming.
Elizabeth's appearance on K-USA channel 9's Colorado & Company on December 23 (see photo above) generated a surge in hits on this website and a lot of great feedback from viewers. Thanks for watching!
Glorious One-Pot Meals debuted as the 4th best-selling non-fiction book in The Sunday Denver Post's December 11, 2005 list of Local Best Sellers. It remained in the top 5 non-fiction books for a run of 6 straight weeks. See it larger in a pop-up window here. (ATTN PC USERS WITH POP-UPS DISABLED: simply hold down your control key before clicking on the link and you can temporarily, just for that one click, open a pop-up.)
In the December 14, 2005, edition of the Rocky Mountain News, Glorious One-Pot Meals is included in the list of top cookbook choices for the holiday season. Read the online version here.
The Tattered Cover sold 60 books at the December 3 booksigning/cooking demonstration event in the Highlands Ranch store outside of Denver. There is now a Glorious One-Pot Meals fan-club based in the store. (See photo left and more photos below.)
“One-pot wizardry,” declares the Rocky Mountain News. “Patented
‘infusion cooking’ turns out layers of flavor.” Read
feature story online as it ran in the November 3, 2005 edition as
cover of the Spotlight (see it larger in
The Tattered Cover booksigning/cooking demonstration event.