Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Merry Christmas, my gift to you

here it is - my very.first.giveaway!!!!!
i've wanted to have a giveaway since i started this blog nearly 2 years ago but just sorta never got around to it..... plus i really suck at mailing things! lazy i know!
so here it is...

2 lucky readers will win a subscription to Woman'sDay magazine!
i ♥ this magazine
truly i do!
there are some amazing recipes in there, for that alone it's worth receiving this!

here are the rules:
each item will give you one entry

#1: become a follower (I've always wanted at least 50 followers! ☺)
#2: leave a comment, and a comment with your favorite holiday recipe will earn you a double entry!
#3: post about the giveaway on your blog

alright people, you know you want this!!!!!
entries need to be in by Friday the 3rd @ 6 p.m.

winner will be drawn by my hubs, with no peeking allowed!


Elizabeth said...

sweet giveaway. :) i'm a follower!

Adge said...

I have been a follower forever it seems like.

Heather said...

I'm a follower! :)

Shannon said...

I'm a follower and I LOVE this giveaway!

Shannon said...

My favorite holiday recipe is monkey bread! We have it once on the 15th for Mike's birthday and then again on Christmas morning. I love the smell of cinnamon filling our house while we unwrap our presents :o)

Stephanie in Suburbia said...

I'm already a follower! Such a follower.

My favorite recipe is a post-Thanksgiving panini.

Basically you take sourdough bread, top it with stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, turkey, mayo and mustard. Then brush the bread with olive oil and throw it on a griddle. Or if you have a Foreman Grill, this is my fave as it gets nice and crisp and has those fancy panini lines on it that makes it seem authentic.

BrownEyed Cowgirls said...

I love Woman's Day. My mom used to get it and always sent me her old magazines.

Adorably Distracted... said...

I'm a follower :)

Recipe that I just made for peppermint bark

12oz pack of semi sweet choc chips
12oz pack of white choc chips
2 tbs of vegetable oil
candy canes (i use about 6)

cover a cookie sheet with tin foil

melt semi sweet choc chips and 1tbs of oil, I did this for 2 minutes in the microwave, stir in the middle

quickly poor over foil once it's melted and spread out evenly- let cool in the fridge for 30 min (mine took less-you are good to go when it hardens)

do the same step with the white chocolate and add crushed peppermint candy canes on top.

Fridge for 30... then peel off tin foil and break into pieces.

it should make about 25 pieces.