Saturday, December 4, 2010

GIVEAWAY---This time mine...

I am having a GIVEAWAY!!!

It's a cookbook called "MY MAMA MADE IT!" by the Junior League of Hampton Roads here in Virginia.



This is the newest and fourth cookbook that the Junior League of Hampton Roads has written. All four are fabulous.

Rules are...make a comment telling me your favorite recipe and who gave you the recipe or what cookbook it is in. For one chance in the drawing.

For a second chance post about it on your blog and tell me so I can verify...

And another chance if you are a follower of my blog tell me.

You must have a blog and a way I can reply to your comment.

I will make the drawing on the Sunday, December 12th, 2010. I will notify the winner either on Sunday or Monday. If no reply in 24 hours I will redraw on Thursday.

13 comments:

quiltingnana said...

ohh. my favorite recipe? I would say my bread recipe. It was given to me by a former neighbor who had three teenage boys. It makes 8 loaves at a time. ..or I add some extra sugar and make pans and pans of sweet rolls.

I love to collect cookbooks...especially ones by regional/comunity/church groups.
BTW - I am and have been a follower.

Jenny said...

My favorite recipe is from my grandma-her sugar cookies. They are amazing and bring back the most wonderful memories.

jlschardt@yahoo.com

Jenny said...

I'm a follower now, too!

jlschardt@yahoo.com

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

One of my favorite recipes is Cheesy Carrots. It was given to me by my late BFF, so I don't know where she got it. But it's a recipe that even veggie haters love :-) My daughter and I love cookbooks, and we read them all the time.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

And I am a long time follower.

gill said...

My fave is Mary Berry's lemon drizzle cake - my children love it!
Gill

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Oh! A contest! I hope I'm not too late.

My grandmother's fried chicken was the best, and the recipe has never been written down, I just watched her. The whole process took forever especially when you include the soaking of the chicken in salt water for hours before frying. But she made the absolute best chicken ever. My mother can make a reasonable facsimile, and I have tried but it pales in comparison.

There's nothing like fried chicken and mashed potatoes. Nothing.

Joanne Lendaro said...

I am a follower....

Joanne Lendaro said...

My favorite recipe...Italian Christmas Cookies. They aren't really Christmas cookies but it's the only time I make them so that's how they got the title. The recipe comes from hubbies family, very Italian...lol!!

Joanne Lendaro said...

Put the giveaway on my sidebar!! Thanks for all of the chances!!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Thanks for vising me this week -- Wishing you a wonderful Christmas filled with sugarplums and sugar cookies.

jennifer said...

I love local cookbooks. My favorite is a cookie recipe in a local cookbook called the Allardt cookbook. The recipe is for Honey Pecan Balls. yum I would gladly send it ya if you shoot me a email. Thanks for the chance

jennifer said...

I'm a new follower now. Merry Christmas