Monday, November 9, 2015

Cookbook Giveaway!

This giveaway is closed. Thanks for entering!  

It's been a LONG time since I've given away one of my cookbooks.  What was I thinking waiting for so long?!


Anyway.  I'm ready to remedy this little blunder by offering up a free cookbook to TWO readers this week.  Just leave a comment below and tell me if you have a favorite recipe from my site.  If you own the cookbook already, let me know what you've tried and loved so I can enter you to win one for a friend.  If you haven't tried any of my recipes- not a problem.  Just click on the recipe tab at the top and let me know of a recipe you'd like to try.



Please one entry per household.  Remember to leave me your initials or first name to help identify you if you win.  I'll randomly draw two winners this Friday and announce the winners here later that day.  Consider them early Christmas presents:-). Happy entering!! Pin It

113 comments:

  1. Savory Squash Bread Pudding. I haven't tried it, but it sounds right up my alley. Yum! Amy J. O.

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  2. I would love to try the Chocolate Scones! I love love love scones. I made them only once, years ago.
    Cootie Bug Connie

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  3. i love your cookbook! my favorites are the brunswick stew, creamy salad dressing, and strawberry egg soufflé Michelle C.

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  4. I cannot remember offhand if I've tried any of your recipes, but looking at the recipe list, the one that popped off the page as one I'd like to try is the chocolate scone recipe! Sounds amazing!

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  5. Sour Cherry Pie is one of my favorites! I received your cookbook as a gift and enjoy it very much. I think I'll make that pie today!
    Janet in Woodway

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  6. Your pesto recipe is my favorite by far!! I grow basil every year and this was my first time try to make pesto. I used your recipe, love it, and made more the next day to freeze!

    Next up is butternut squash!

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    1. Sorry forgot to add my name, Megan C.!

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  7. Can I just say "all desserts" as my entry? LOL. If I have to choose one, it would be Shoofly Pie.

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  8. The swiss chard and ricotta calzone looks like a good recipe for what's left in my garden. - M. S.

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  9. I am new to your site...a friend posted about your cookbook and how much she loves it. I am trying to ween myself and family (full of food allergies and special needs) off of processed food...so even if I don't win I am going to purchase it. But looking through your recipes I would like to try the pasta with Green beans and sun dried tomatoes....only difference is ours would need to be gluten free

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  10. I made the Salted Caramel Apple Bars. They were so good. Would love to try recipes from the cookbook, Thanks for the chance to win. Cindy B.

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  11. Your 'Fruit and Oats' muffins are definitely a winner!

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  12. I am for any thing chocolate so "Chocolate Fondue" would be a good place to start.

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  13. Oh my goodness, I would love to have your cookbook. For the first time, I looked at your recipes and right off the bat noticed your 'Zucchini Pumpkin Bread'. I have a bag of frozen zucchini in the freezer and some canned pumpkin in the fridge, leftover from baking Pumpkin Madelines last week. As I peered into that freezer, I was thinking of how I need to use up that zucchini... I'll try your recipe for sure as I also like substituting things like applesauce, or in this case--pumpkin for oil. Then... I was just racking my brain for what to fix for supper tonight that didn't have meat in it (we are cutting back cause of cost and trying to eat 'heart healthy'), and I see a huge list of vegetarian recipes... awesome! I like the look of the photo of the bow-tie pasta with pesto (?) so will go take a look at that recipe and the others. Thank you for showing me what to make for supper tonight and many more nights! Hope I win a cookbook, but I know it's in God's hands. Have a great day!

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  14. I would like to try spinach and cheese strata. Shirley

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  15. Your Tomato Soup and Pumpkin Bread are staples in our house. I would love to have more of your recipes! - Kathy K.

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  16. Our family loves the Tomato Soup recipe! YUM!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Carol

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  17. Baked oatmeal is awesome! Sandra
    jantzis@ags-schools.org

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  18. Your Pesto and Tomato Panini! YUM. Love, love, love!

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  19. I'd love to give the Simplified Pastitsio a go. It sounds absolutely amazing!!
    KL

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  20. Hi Jane! I have never tried any of your recipes, nor even looked at the cookbook, even though I did purchase it last year...It was a gift for my dear daughter-in-law who lives 2 states over from us. So! I would love to get one for me! I looked over your recipes and it is hard to choose just 1 that I would like to try! I think I would choose "Oatmeal Rolls"! Please enter me in your contest! Thank you so much for offering it again! Cheeryshirley

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  21. I am so excited to try the "different green bean casserole". I'm thinking I'll make it for Thanksgiving! I cannot wait!!!!
    Blair (BKC)

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  22. My girls and I made the Salted Carmel Apple Pie Bars. They were delicious. Thanks! I'd like to try some main or side dishes.

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  23. I printed the recipe for the salted caramel apple bars; I haven't had a chance to make them. I can't wait. Amy P.

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  24. For any of you who don't already have this cook book of Jane's . . . oh my, where to begin? I can testify that the Chocolate Scones are wonderful! The White Chili is now one of our very favorite soups. The Corn Fritters are easier to make and 10 times more flavorful than the recipe I made for years. Trust me, this is a fantastic book full of tried and true recipes. If you win it, you'll love it. Or the person you give it to will love it.

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  25. Your blueberry bars are fabulous. Thanks for posting recipes. I love your blog. Bea

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  26. Thanks for doing the giveaway! I would like to try the Black Bean & Butternut Squash Chili. Sounds yummy. I think I might make it on our wood stove today.
    Kimberly

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  27. Chocolate peanut butter cake - love the combination!

    Thanks for the offer - Dee (dls)

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  28. Currently, my favorite recipe is the Oatmeal Bake. In fact, I made it yesterday morning before church so that we could enjoy it for breakfast upon our return. What I love about it is that it is very filling and a great breakfast dish for a cold, autumn morning.
    Debbie N.

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  29. So far I've used your cilantro sauce, pesto, and cream soup substitutes, but I've been wanting to use the pesto in the pesto torte!

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  30. The York Peppermint Patty Brownies are absolutely to die for, I would make them every week if my waistline could afford it, lol. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  31. I would love to try the salted caramel apple bars. I am also very interested in the canning recipes as I am going to start canning again. I have done a few things years ago but I am not that experienced. Thanks and I love your posts!

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  32. SO hard to narrow it down but I would have to say the enchiladas and naan bread. My sons would probably say the ice cream sandwich cake. :-) Blessings, Dawn

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  33. I can't wait to try the Sweet Potato Rolls and the Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving this year. They both sound wonderful.
    thanks for some great ideas.
    Jana

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  34. i havent tried any yet but i am going to! they all look delicious!

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  35. I have not had an opportunity to try any of your recipes. I have enjoyed the blog and I like to compare your beekeeping schedule to mine. I am certain that my husband would request your white chocolate red raspberry cheesecake. Thanks Linda

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  36. I think I'd like to try the Oatmeal Rolls. There used to be a lady at church that made Swedish Oat Rolls. I never got her recipe so I'm hoping these are close!

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  37. I have tried and loved your bean enchiladas. Thank you for the opportunity to win your cookbook.
    Pat

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  38. Hello! I love so many of your recipes, but I adore your spaghetti sauce. Anytime anyone asks me for my sauce recipe I send them to your website. It is just perfect sauce every time. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  39. Pesto Torte...hands down favorite!

    KW

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  40. I would like to try your oatmeal bake. Yummy!
    Michelle O

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  41. I love anything gingerbread, and your gingerbread scones are so delicious!

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  42. I would love to try your rhubarb crunch. I am partial to rhubarb & that sounds so yummy!
    Blessings
    Renata :)

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  43. Our family loves your chicken zucchini recipe...and your classic tomato soup...and your zucchini bread...many of your recipes have become regulars around our house!
    Sarah G

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  44. The Brunswick Stew. Thanks for the opportunity! RG

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  45. I'd love to win your cookbook in order to learn how to preserve foods, and then use them in your recipes. I've never done any of that, and would really like to learn. sweetiesuzy@aol.com

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  46. Love, love the basic tomato sauce recipe!!
    SD Pam

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  47. We LOVE your baked oatmeal! It's a special treat (with chocolate chips) when cousins come over.

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  48. Kaytee Lou ~ I am not afraid to can fresh fruit anymore. Thanks for giving me confidence.

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  49. I love your Caramel Popcorn recipe & make lots of it during the Holidays.
    Lena Nolt

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  50. Every year I make a pesto torte and it always gets compliments when I serve it. I also made your peach salsa and absolutely loved it so then I used the same recipe with pears and sweet cherries and then sour cherries and they were all delicious. Next I will try it with some ground cherries from my neighbor. KMP

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  51. Banana pudding dessert. We were looking for a banana pudding recipe and stumbled onto your site. So glad we did. We picked your recipe over others because it didn't use the box mix most call for. We loved it. So good! Don't have the cookbook but would love to try more recipes. Jennifer S.

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  52. Don't have your cookbook yet, but definately would like to try the quiche! I also absolutely love making soups, chowders, etc this time of year, so that would be a whole section I would love to explore! :)

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  53. Raspberry Applesauce Jello Salad and My Favorite Pie Crust are two I make often.

    Karen V.

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  54. I just found your blog, so I haven't tried any of the recipes -- yet -- but like the looks of "My Grandma's Potato Salad" which seems a lot like my mother's version. But I want to try several others, as well.

    Bonnie Jacobs @ Bonnie's Books = http://bonniesbooks.blogspot.com/

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  55. A recipe that I've tried and enjoyed is the Lentil Coconut Curry and I've had my eye on the Mother R's Peanut Butter Cookies recipe for some time now! Jolene

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  56. The Apple, Sweet Potato, and Sausage Bake are a family favorite!! I would love a copy of your cookbook!! Diane E.

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  57. Yippee! I want to try the Classic Tomato Soup and the Pizza Dough. Love your cookbook!

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  58. Kool! Enjoy your site.. never tried recipes yet..

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  59. Love the Classic Blueberry Muffins. Kim K

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  60. Your classic tomato soup is a huge hit in my home! I make it every fall. :)

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  61. I own your cookbook and would love to give one to my married daughter. We have three favorites; Black Bean and Butternut Squash Chili, Lentil and Sausage Stuffed Peppers, and Honey Mustard Balsamic Vinaigrette. Jan S

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  62. I bought two copies of your cookbook, one for me and the other for my neighbor. Would love to gift another cookbook! I love your basic tomato sauce recipe, zucchini cookies, zucchini bread and blueberry muffins. I've also made your blueberry coffee cake and love it as well. Henrietta

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  63. I am interested in your vegetarian main dishes as well as learning how better to coordinate gardening and preserving and then largely eating it up before it is time to put up more. I won't live long enough to figure it all out all by myself. Thanks for sharing your wisdom.

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  64. Grape pie! Celebrated Ginny's 14th with it! cm

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  65. Mmmm...your Raisin Bran Muffins sound wonderful ! Am going to try em !
    J N Tolbert

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  66. We had your sausage with yam and apple for dinner tonight. My husband loves that one! Thank you for your generous give-away opportunity!
    Sarah

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  67. Your curried chicken pot pie is a nice twist on an old classic! I love it when I want to make something I'm familiar with but bored with the standard.
    Caroline H.

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  68. I really love your quiche recipe and make it frequently. I made it for friends I am visiting and they were raving about it!

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  69. There are so many goodies to try in your book! Things I would like to try for sure are 5 minute bread, caramel popcorn - we all love that recipe, and frozen ice cream and yoghurt.

    It will be exciting experimenting with your recipe's!

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  70. Oooo the salted caramel apple bars sound good!

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  71. I found your site thanks to Mavis. I can't wait to try funny cake. Just that name intrigues me.
    Lana

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  72. Hi! Mavis at One Hundred Dollars A Month sent me over to look around! Oh my, all of your recipe's sound so yummy! I think I'd have to pick Apple and Sausage Pie & Classic Tomato Soup. :-) I might just try them this weekend anyway. :-) Your cookbook looks like it would be well used at our home.
    Jessica Habel

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  73. Lauri Crumley CoatesNovember 11, 2015 at 10:50 AM

    Looking forward to checking all this out....new to your blog, thanks to Mavis for mentioning the cookbook! Wanting to feed my hubby more healthy foods that he will like to eat

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  74. Will try your spaghetti recipe for sure! Corn fritters as well. I'm happy to have come across your blog and contest via Mavis. I am also a homeschooling mama of 8. Heather H from WA. Thanks!

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  75. Hi, I have tried responding twice and my comment is not appearing, trying again (not duplicating entry). I would love to win your cookbook. I tried canning for the first time last year using your tomato sauce recipe and the steps from your site. All my jars sealed and my family loved the sauce! I want to make more this year to include in homemade gift baskets I'm putting together. I am also hoping to try another recipe and successfully can it. Possibly Jam. Lori J

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  76. I'd love to learn how to make the Naan bread. That looks scrumptious.

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  77. The recipes all sound relish! I'd try the sweet potato and sausage soup first -- I bet it's yummy. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of your book.
    Teri E.

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  78. Baked oatmeal
    Angela M
    Thesuburbanjungle@gmail.com

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  79. The cherry vanilla ricotta muffins would be the first recipe I would try. Dawn T

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  80. Mother R Peanut Butter Cookies sounds delightful! Plus, Mavis sent me!!!!

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  81. Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars are going to be in our bellies very soon!!! How ridiculously amazing do those look?!? Mavis also sent me... :)

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  82. I'm new to your site, so no favorite recipe yet...but you can bet I'm gonna be browsing them momentarily. The cookbook looks wonderful. Thanks for giving us a chance to win a copy! :)

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  83. I love Naan bread and can't wait to try out your recipe for it! Yummy goodness!

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  84. Mavis sent me your way and your recipes all look wonderful! Brunswick stew is one of my favorites but I've never made it myself. Thanks for the opportunity to win what looks like a winner of a cookbook.

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  85. Hello Mavis sent me over to your site and I think that I will be sticking around. I would like to try your Curried Chicken Potpie, sounds yummy! Your cookbook looks great too. I have recently gotten back into preserving, grew up doing it with my mother. Thanks.

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  86. The Vegetable Chowder is wonderful...I initially made it to use up stuff from my garden this summer....but I go back to it time, and time again because my husband and I actually run to see who will get the leftovers....it is absolutely delicious....try it, you'll like it ;)

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  87. Hi Mavis sent me.... Just looking at the pictures I know I would LOVE to try almost any or all of the recipes. Thank you for the opportunity to win one. Ann-Marie

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  88. I'd try the chocolate scones. Sounds great. S King

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  89. Mavis sent me. I am new to your site but I love everything chocolate! :)

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  90. Grammies Peanutbutter pie is yummo!!!!!!

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  91. I almost couldn't wait to grab the last of our green tomatoes this fall so I could put up a bunch of quarts of green tomato curry. It is one of our most favorite things. I found it when I first discovered your blog - and I liked it so much I bought the cookbook - only I bought the coo book that it originally came from (Preserving Through the Seasons - or something), when I really wanted YOUR cookbook. *fingers crossed* Thanks! Mick J

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  92. Pumpkin Streusel Bread - you can't go wrong with a recipe that has pumpkin, honey & yogurt. JP

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  93. I discovered your cilantro preserving recipe a couple of years ago. Delicious! and a great way to have 'fresh' cilantro year round. sharon

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  94. The vegetable chowder caught my eye. It always seems like I have more veggies than I know what to do with, or have to hurry up and use up. I can't wait to try it out. Diane

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  95. Oh my! So obviously I want to test out your funny cake. My family has made Wacky cake for years. It is a chocolate cake that doesn't use eggs, but vinegar instead.

    Spiritmama

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  96. Forgot to mention that Mavis sent me!
    Thanks
    Spiritmama

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  97. One of my favorite recipes is your homemade canned tomato soup! The best !!! Linda Bick

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  98. Strawberries! Living in the Southern Hemispehere, Cape Town to be exact, I am busy harvesting strawberries and need some inspiration. I like the look of the strawberry and spinach salad. Something savoury for a change. :)

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  99. Mrs. R' s Peanut Butter Cookies are wonderful. Makes my house smell like the cookies of my childhood when I would come home from school for lunch.Yum. My name is Candy.

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  100. Brunswick Stew. Sounds so good for a cold, windy, rainy day. Your cookbook has been on my list for a long time so I am so happy you are having this give-a-way!
    Jennifer

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  101. Can't wait to try some of your homemade ice cream recipes, but the whole recipe list looks amazing! Thank you for hosting this giveaway! Michelle B.

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  102. Chocolate scones. I would love to have your cookbook.

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  103. I keep reading about how delicious the recipes in your cookbook are from Mavis @ $100 a Month. I started reading here because of that. Anyway. Those gingerbread scones look mighty tasty.

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  104. The salted carmel apple bars sound wonderful. Monica

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  105. Hi, I came over from a link on Mavis's blog. I have enjoyed reading several of your post , and would love to try several recipes. Oatmeal rolls, naan bread and carmel apple bars just to name a few.

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  106. I would love to try Curried Chicken and Rice Soup on a cold night!

    Ann

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  107. We love, love, love your Classic Tomato Soup recipe! It makes dinner on a busy night so easy, and it is delicious!

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