HACHETTE HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING GIVEAWAY! THIS HAS NOW ENDED!

THIS CONTEST IS NOW OVER!!!!

1. The Flavor Bible By Karen Page , Andrew Dornenburg ISBN: 0316118400 $35.00
2. Katie Brown Celebrates By Katie Brown ISBN: 9780316118187 $30.00
3 I Like You by Amy Sedaris ISBN 9780446696777 $15.99
4. Festivus By Allen Salkin ISBN: 0446540668 $9.99
5. Holidays on Ice By David Sedaris ISBN: 0316035904 $16.99

This is another great Hachette giveaway that I am able to host with the great generosity of Valerie. The contest is up and running until Nov. 20th 2008. It will end at 7pm.

THE RULES:
-You must live in Canada or the US. Sorry no PO Boxes!
-You must leave an email address so that I can get in touch with you should you be the winner. If there is no contact info I will be deleting your post. Sorry to be so mean but I need that contact info to get a hold of you if you win.
-For 1 entry I would love to know what your favorite holiday recipe is.
-For a bonus entry if you blog about this contest on your blog.
-Depending on the number of entries in this contest I could be giving up to 5 free gift packs away.

copyright 2010, Cindy (Cindy’s Love Of Books)
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Comments

  1. Oh my, I would love to win this. My favorite holiday recipe is Country Club Squash. You combine squash with sour cream and top it with bacon and bread crumbs and it is delicious! milou2ster(at)gmail.com

  2. I’d love to win. My favorite holiday recipie is Puzzle Bars. They are a cherry coconut bar my grandmother used to make. Check out my blog and I’ll post the recipie there.

    ruthjoec at aol dot com
    http://rannthisthat.blogspot.com/

  3. What a great giveaway Cindy!

    My favorite holiday recipe is an apple and honey cake that my mom and I make together. Yummy πŸ™‚

    Thanks!

  4. Please enter my name too and I’m adding this to my blog. These books look like fun and just in time for the holidays. My mom makes the best fudge. I don’t know her exact recipe but it has cocoa, butter, marshmallow, walnuts and absolutely no calories! My 4 year-old nephew will only eat the fudge that grandma makes. Yum!

    5wrights1@verizon.net
    http://www.wrightysreads.blogspot.com

  5. Please enter me!

    My favourite holiday recipe is our homemade Cheesy mashed-potatoes!
    They are mashed potatoes with bacon, sour cream, butter, cream cheese, chives, grated cheddar cheese, milk, salt and pepper.
    YUMM YUMM!! πŸ™‚

    They go great with just about any kind of meat and veggie.
    We just LOVE ‘em πŸ™‚

    ablaze23(AT)hotmail(DOT)com

    Thanks Cindy.

    -Bobbie

    Book Reviews By Bobbie
    http://bookreviewsbybobbie.wordpress.com/

  6. Hello! I would soo love to win! My fav. holiday recipe is my coconut cake. It is super easy. Just buy a box of white cake mix, make as directed add a tsp and 1/2 of coconut extract and bake. Then ice with white whipped icing, and cover in fresh/packaged coconut πŸ™‚ tastes like you went through all the trouble of coconut cream/milk and everything :0

  7. Sure looks like a prize I would love to win.

    My favorite Christmas Recipe would have to be “Carrot Pudding” I only started making it a few years ago and it is now a definite favorite for all my family.

    Baba

  8. My absolute favorite holiday dish is my mom’s sweet potato casserole – basically mashed sweet potatos with pecan and brown sugar topping. This year I am really excited about my Oyster Shooters hors d’oeuvres – think bloody mary shots with an oyster. Great giveaway! janemarieprice [at] gmail.com

  9. What an excellent giveaway! Please enter me.

    bookoholic AT livejournal DOT com

    Favorite holiday recipe? Definitely “Flying Jacob” – it’s a Swedish dish (I’m Swedish) with chicken, bacon, bananas, chilisauce, cream, and peanuts. I know – cardiac arrest on a plate, but SOOO good! πŸ™‚

  10. My favorite holiday recipe is one that I’ve tinkered with myself for homemade pumpkin pie. The secret ingredient is home-grown pie pumpkins. You roast the quartered and cleaned pumpkin in the oven (coated with oil, peel and then liquefy it in the blender with the condensed milk. Otherwise everything else is the same as a regular pumpkin pie recipe you would find on the can of pureed pumpkin.

    akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

  11. I love stuffing with apples, raisins and sausage. My favorite leftover too! Thanks for the great giveaway.

    jgbeads AT gmail DOT com

  12. Oh, please enter me! I think my mom would love to have these. πŸ™‚ And my favorite holiday recipes are normally the cookies, if that counts!! Like the peanut butter ones with the hershey kiss…and we make another every year, but i’m blanking on the name…

    -lauren
    lauren51990 at aol dot com

  13. My favorite holiday recipe is Chocolate fudge brownies with drizzled caramel, chopped pecans and mini chocolate chip morsels to top the hot warm brownies…oh yes, and not forgeting the scoop of vanilla icecream on top of that…talk about yummy!!!!!

    Thanks for the giveaway, it’s fantastic!!!
    -Barb πŸ™‚

  14. It would have to be the fudge that my mother makes every Christmas, love it! I also put your giveaway on my blog-thanks!
    http://julyso4463.blogspot.com/
    julyso@grandecom DOT net

  15. My Grandma on my Dad’s side use to make the best, the best and I mean the best melt in your mouth fudge with nuts….the old fashion kind that you put an automatic 20 pounds on you. My Mom received the recipe and just about every year tries to make it like my Grandma did, yet Grandma had this uncanny knack of just happening to leave something out of her recipes when sharing them….so alas, it has never been the same.
    Datby
    darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

  16. My favorite holiday recipe is for PUMPKIN CRUNCH ~ it’s better than Pumpkin Pie.

    What a great contest! Please enter me.

    hawkes(at)citlink.net

  17. I would love to win! My favorite holiday recipe is “stuffed burger bundles.” We always seem to have extra stuffing the day after Thanksgiving, and this is a great way to use it! I accidentally changed the recipe with a wrong ingredient a few years ago, and actually my mom even makes it the “wrong” way now!

  18. shelly (jscronin@charter.net) says:

    Oops, forgot my e-mail address in case I win! jscronin@charter.net.

  19. I would love to win this! My favorite holiday receipe is peanut butter balls. Yum!!

  20. Hi Cindy,

    Those books look awesome. I’d love to win. Please enter me.

    My favourite holiday recipe would be for my mother’s Dreamy Cheesecake. I also love all of her Ukrainian specialties, too.

    Thanks.
    mparke(at)shaw(dot)ca

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  22. I would love LOVE to win this prize!! My favorite recipe has to be my gingerbread man recipe. What I love about it is how it doesn’t include any molasses at all =)

    ylin.0621[at]yahoo.com

  23. Please enter me. My favourite recipe is a cookie recipe called Santa’s Whiskers: fridge sugar cookies with chopped maraschino cherries and rolled in coconut (the coconut would be the whiskers).

    I’ll add this to my blog sidebar.

    Booklorn [at] gmail [dot] com

  24. Hi Cindy!
    I’ve read all the comments and the holiday recipes all sound so good and have made me very hungry! So I’m adding to the list with my favorite, almond torte…I will blog about your giveaway on my blog (http://www.myckyee.blogspot.com) and put the recipe for the torte there…it’s very easy to make and have it look like it came from a pastry shop! What a great giveaway!!

  25. Please, please enter me! My favorite recipe is a sweet potato casserole with pecans and brown sugar topping.

  26. love gingerbread cookies- simple and easy mrs.mommyyatgmaildotcom

  27. I make these amazing shortbread cookies that I use for hostess gifts, etc.

  28. My favorite holiday recipe is a sweet potato dish that my mom makes that has lots of rum in it, and has a walnut streusel topping. I make myself sick because I can’t stop eating it.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

  29. Here’s my favorite recipe…

    PEANUT BLOSSOM COOKIES

    Preparation 45 mins.
    Baking 8 mins.

    Ingredients:
    1/2 cup sugar
    1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar
    1/2 cup butter, softened
    1/2 cup peanut butter
    1 egg
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1/4 cup sugar
    48 milk chocolate candy kisses, unwrapped

    Heat oven to 375 degrees. Combine 1/2 sugar, brown sugar, butter and peanut butter in large mixer bowl. Beat at medium speed until light and fluffy (1 to 2 minutes).
    Add egg, vanilla and salt; continue beating until well mixed (1 minute). Add flour and baking soda. Continue beating, scraping bowl often, until well mixed (1 to 2 minutes).

    Shape dough into 1-inch balls. (If dough is too soft, refrigerate 30 to 60 mins.)
    Roll balls in 1/4 cup sugar. Place 2 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheets.

    Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until very lightly golden brown. Immediately press 1 chocolate kiss in center of each cookie. Remove from cookie sheets; cool completely on wire racks.

    Yield: 4 dozen cookies

  30. OOPS. I was too busy thinking about the Peanut Blossoms. lol!

    Mel K.
    Meljprincess AT aol DOT com

  31. Hi, my favorite is butter cookies.

    thejollies@sbcglobal.net

  32. My favorite is my Spritz Cookies. Handed down from my maternal grandmother, the recipe is wonderful, with a touch of almond. cdziuba@aol.com

  33. Linda White says:

    I love homemade roll em out with a rolling pin sugar cookies!!! Not the store bought refrigerated roll of ughy dough!

    frogz60@hotmail.com

  34. My favorite recipe is hashbrown casserole.

    rebbi511 at peoplepc.com

  35. I love peanut butter blossom cookies πŸ™‚

    mjf926 at gmail dot com

  36. Pumpkin Bread
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

  37. Please enter me to win these wonderful books. My favorite recipe is for Fruit Cake. Everyone always rags about fruit cake, but I have a confession to make….I LOVE FRUITCAKE! Thanks for the contest. Charlotte
    charlottewinters@cox.net

  38. my favorite holiday recipe is actually for a dessert/snack food.

    you take chex mix, m and m’s and pretzels and shake them up inside a bag of melted white chocolate. it makes something we call “reindeer food” and is always a hit around the holidays

  39. my favorite is a classic- mashed potatoes! During the year I tend to be lazy and make them out of a box but on thanksgiving i go out and do the real thing- i love them with lots of better and salt yummy

    lauren
    croasla0(at)sewanee.edu

  40. my favorite is a wine/garlic mashed potatoe mix my mom makes

    1agordon[at]roadrunner.com

  41. My mom’s homemade pumpkin pie… turkey… jello salad.. homemade Christmas cookies… homemade stuffing; homemade bread… yikes, now I am hungry! Thank you!

  42. homemade stuffing

  43. What a wonderful package of books! Hubby and I would love to win these! We both love to cook!

    Thanks

    nancyrobster@gmail.com

  44. It isn’t christmas without my Mom’s green bean casserole

  45. I love mashed potatoes. I always put some sharp cheese, dill and sour cream in mine. love it!

  46. Sticky Date Pudding – I know it sounds disgusting but it’s quite wonderful. The sauce is delicious but pure fat! Who cares?

  47. My favorite are the pies! My mom makes pumpkin, chocolate cream, and lemon meringue. Her crust is so flaky, I have given up trying to duplicate it!
    smchester at gmail dot com

  48. Janice Golden says:

    I love coconut cake at the holidays
    Jaleigh78[at]aol[dot]com

  49. My favorite holiday recipe is for my Aunt Jean’s carrots. Not only do they taste great, but they bring back memories of time spent with this wonderful woman on holidays. I miss you, Aunt Jean!

  50. Ooh, what fun! My favorite holiday recipe (it’s very tough to choose just one!) may be our traditional cranberry jello salad. Yum!

    WordLily AT gmail

  51. Oh I would love to win this. Thank you!

  52. Oops..pushed enter too fast. My favorite holiday recipe is homemade apple pie. I love making the crust and the latice top. Yummy!

  53. My favorite holiday recipe is my grandparent’s stuffing – which I don’t know how to make πŸ™

    adw7984 AT gmail DOT com

  54. Dressing, I love it!

  55. I make a great turkey stuffing. Not dressing, stuffing that goes in the bird. It is a little different everytime I make it, but the main thing is that I add lots of fresh herbs from the garden.

  56. I like my sausage stuffing for Thanksgiving.

  57. My favorite holiday recipe is my grandma’s sugar cookie recipe- although it is a secret recipe and I don’t know it!

  58. My favorite is pumpkin cake. Mmmm

  59. My grandmother used to make this wonderful dish called Curried Cauliflower. YUM!! Although she gave me the recipe before she passed away, I can never make it like she did!!

    tskrush AT cox DOT net

  60. Oh, I would love to win this!! My favorite holiday recipe are Peanut Butter Blossoms. I can always tell Christmas is coming when my grandma makes the cookies!

  61. Wow! What a giveaway! I’d love to win. I like Rum cake for the holidays. I think I want to try Bermudaonions Country Club Squash!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  62. This is fantastic! I want to win – I need to win – I have to win! My favorite recipe is Strawberry Surprise! We always CHALLENGE people to figure out what it is made out of!

    Twinkie cut in half cream side up on bottom of glass dish. Large Pkg of Jello with water poured over top, small pkg of jello mixed with coolwhip layered on top, white cool whip on top of that with small dry jello sprinkled on top. CHILL and LET SET UP. Added touch, fresh strawberries neatly scattered on top! Beautiful and TASTY! – Dena (cmnbak@aol.com)

  63. Caramel cake is my favorite!

    Deidre
    deidre_durance at hotmail dot com

  64. I make a really good Pecan Stuffing!

  65. I love Pecan Pie.

    Sarahbear119@hotmail.com

  66. My favorite holiday recipe is the pumpkin pie that my husband makes completely from scratch–it’s delicious. And the funny thing is he doesn’t even like pumpkin, so he doesn’t get to enjoy it.

  67. robert doscher says:

    I adore a traditional English plum pudding. Yum

    Cheers!

    emerald420@hotmail.com

  68. back again to let you know that i blogged about this as well:

    http://shootingstarsmag.blogspot.com/2008/11/freebie-friday.html

    thanks,
    lauren

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

  69. cdrury@gmail.com
    I make this most amazing crab casserole – to die for!!!

  70. Awesome giveaway!! I have way too many holiday favorites. My main one though is Dutch Apple Pie. It can be found on my cooking blog.

    I blogged this giveaway too.

  71. I guess I should tell you where I blogged it!

    http://2kidsandtiredbooks.blogspot.com/2008/11/giveaways_12.html

  72. My favorite holiday recipe is sweet potato casserole with brown sugar and pecans. It’s fun to make and everyone loves it, and it tastes great heated up the next day. Thank you!

  73. I know this is unusual, but I have an old Eagle Brand fruitcake recipe that my mother used to make and I love it. I always make a few for family and a few to give away – but only to people who like them!

  74. Peanut Butter Fudge even having to make 20+ pounds of this around the holidays I love it!

  75. My favorite holiday recipe is for pecan pie!! Yum!!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

  76. Great giveaway! My fave thing to make for the holidays, is a pumpkin roll.

  77. My favorite holiday recipe is TURKEY. I only make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas, so it’s a real treat! Just plain ol’ seasoned, buttered baked turkey with seasoned bread stuffing
    digicat{AT}sbcglobal{DOT}net

  78. My favorite recipe is Martha Washington Fudge…love the stuff.
    Thanks:)
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

  79. I’d love to win this giveaway! My favorite Holiday recipe is my gingerbread people. I gather all the decorating ingredients, have the dough made, and lots of cookie cutters and rolling pins. Then I throw a clean white sheet on my dining room table, and let my grandbabies go to town! We have such fun, and they enjoy being a part of my cookie baking.

    Thank you,
    Sandy

    Muzzley56[at]aol[dot]com

  80. Oops! I forgot to add my recipe site in case someone would like the Gingerbread cookie recipe.

    http://recipecircus.com/recipes/Beanbag/

    I don’t have a bloq yet.

    Sandy

    Muzzley56[at]aol[dot]com

  81. my Mom’s sugar cookie recipe

  82. my favorite holiday recipe is the Papered chef Apple Cookie cobbler, I make that instead of apple pie, because i am bad at making pie crust.

  83. My fave recipe is the one my grandmother gave me for making a gingerbread house from scratch!!! Then get all the candies and stuff to decorate it! It’s so much better than those ones you can buy in the store that’s premade. More fresh!!! The kids love it!

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  85. Pumpkin Spice muffins or bread

    Tarah
    tarah716[at]ymail.com

  86. My favorite holiday recipe is mulled wine made with Merlot and plenty of citrus (tangerines, clementines, etc.). Very strong, so one quarter cup is sufficient for a serving. Good cold or hot.
    aghendrick@aol.com

  87. My favorite holiday recipe is Ritz Peanut Butter chocolates. It is realy easy. You take 2 Ritz crackers and stick them together with peanut butter. Then you melt semi sweet chocolate and dunk the ritz cracker sandwich in the chocolate. Put on wax paper until the choclate dries. I love them!

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  89. A favorite recipe is one handed down by my great great grandmother. Fruitcake. It is great and we give as gifts

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  91. I know I’m in the minority, but my favorite holiday recipe is one for fruitcake!

  92. My mother-in-law’s broccoli souffle.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

  93. My favorite holiday recipe is Glazed Pearl Onions and raisins in a Balsamic vinegar reduction.

    Spinning.Ninny(at)gmail.com

  94. Recipe for the easiest toffee ever:
    Saltine Toffee Cookies

    INGREDIENTS:
    40 unsalted saltine crackers
    1 cup butter
    1 cup brown sugar
    2 cups semisweet chocolate chips

    DIRECTIONS:
    1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
    2. Line cookie sheet with saltine crackers in single layer.
    3. In a saucepan combine the sugar and the butter. Bring to a boil and boil for 3 minutes. Immediately pour over saltines and spread t cover crackers completely.
    4. Bake at 400 degrees for 5 to 6 minutes. Remove from oven. Cool for 5 minutes. Sprinkle chocolate chips over the top. Let sit for 5 minutes. Spread melted chocolate. Cool completely and break or cut into pieces.

  95. I like to cook cookies. I use a different recipe each time to mix it up, so there is never any one cookie I make more than another…

  96. My favorite holiday recipe is teacakes… it has been passed down in my family for generations!

    beadprincessk (at) earthlink (dot) net

  97. My Mom’s Pecan Pie.
    Thanks for the yummy giveaway.

  98. Many years ago an ex-husband fixed turkey with a sausage and spinach stuffing that was fantastic. He was a seat of the pants cook and I was too stupid to watch while he did this and never figured out the recipe, but I still remember how great it was.

  99. Mmmmmmm. My favorite holiday recipe is “Lady Bird’s Pecan Pie.” The recipe appeared in an Ann Landers column during (dare it say it?) the Johnson administration. O.K. I was a kid then, but my mom made the pie and now I make it every year at least once, more often twice, but that’s it! It’s too good to have too often! This is a great giveaway. Thanks for hosting it!
    geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

  100. My favorite holiday recipe is my dressing. I start a day before because I make my own chicken broth and cornbread. It takes a long time, but it is well worth it. My family loves it.

  101. My favorite holiday recipe is bleu cheese brussel sprouts!!
    jesslag77 at yahoo dot com

  102. After my mom’s death 11 years ago, I began recreating many of the dishes she used to make. One of them was oranges stuffed with sweet potatoes. Whats really cool is last year, I entered the recipe in a cooking contest and I won a KitchenAid mixer…sweet!!

    adsalez@aol.com

  103. My favorite holiday recipe is a peach cobbler that my great grandmother used to make for me when I was little and then taught me how to do it although I wouldn’t call it a recipe persay because it’s just one of those things that you just put together by memory with homemade dough and all. I guess you could say it was a recipe in my head.
    beausdorei at gmail dot com

  104. My favorite holiday recipe is creamed spinach — and this wonderful white chocolate tort!

    vmlay@artsci.wustl.edu

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  106. My husband makes this great cranberry and walnut bread during the holidays. It is full of butter and sugar and oh so yummy!

  107. I bake sweet potatoes in cream and a touch of cinnamon-my favorite

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

  108. coconut cream pie- I use graham cracker crust and put bananas on the bottom before the filling, and nonfat coolwhip on top. It goes VERY fast!

    strycker@slu.edu

  109. I likethe bread stuffing that goes in turkey
    rosans4@comcast.net

  110. My favorite holiday recipe is fettuccini alfredo. I know it sounds weird, but my guy is Italian and wants to have noodles with every meal. Thanks for the chance to win the books!

  111. Sweet Vidalia Onion Pie! ( it is a side dish )

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  113. My fav recipe is homemade egg nogg! sooooo good!

    thanks!!

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  114. I love making spritz cookies at Christmas. My e-mail address is in my Blogger profile. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  115. I absolutely love Holiday books!! My favorite holiday recipe is a “mashed potato” recipe. The secret is, it’s cauliflower!! We just steam and mash cauliflower, and cream cheese and butter and chives and it taste exactly like mashed potatoes!! It’s healthy too as long as you don’t overdo the butter and cream cheese πŸ™‚

  116. My favorite holiday recipe is my roasted turkey and dressing. I love it and only cook it for Thanksgiving.

  117. Everyone loves getting my homemade cherry chocolates at Christmas, so I guess that’s one of my favorite recipes. Thanks for having the contest!

  118. Puzzle bars look great!

  119. My favorite holiday recipe is green bean casserole πŸ™‚ *Thanks* for the giveaway!

    ols[dot]moonmaiden[at]gmail[dot]com

  120. My favorite recipe was for candied yams. I found the recipe on the back of a can but in one of my many moves I misplaced it. I can’t find another that is nearly as good. It really caramelized, almost like the hard coating on a candy apple.

  121. My favorite has to be my mother’s special homemade potato salad.

    froggypartyof2@aol.com

  122. My favorite holiday recipe is my mom’s recipe for nut bread. It first appeared in a newspaper in 1948. It is a great quick bread. Thanks!

  123. My favorite recipe is Marble Bark. Melt white and semi-sweet chocolate seperately and drop in checkerboard fashion onto waxed paper. Use a knife to marbelize, chill. Thanks for such a great giveaway.

  124. Wow all these great recipes! My favorite for a little give a way is peanut brittle (recipe on my blog) it’s made in the microwave and so easy. Everyone seems to love it.
    http://www.kayespenguinposts.blogspot.com
    florida982002@yahoo dot com
    enter me in the contest please

  125. My favorite recipe is for sweep potato casserole.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

  126. cream puffs

    * 2 (3.5 ounce) packages instant vanilla pudding mix
    * 2 cups heavy cream
    * 1 cup milk
    *
    * 1/2 cup butter
    * 1 cup water
    * 1/4 teaspoon salt
    * 1 cup all-purpose flour
    * 4 eggs

    * add to recipe box Add to Recipe Box
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    DIRECTIONS

    1. Mix together vanilla instant pudding mix, cream and milk. Cover and refrigerate to set.
    2. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C).
    3. In a large pot, bring water and butter to a rolling boil. Stir in flour and salt until the mixture forms a ball. Transfer the dough to a large mixing bowl. Using a wooden spoon or stand mixer, beat in the eggs one at a time, mixing well after each. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto an ungreased baking sheet.
    4. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes in the preheated oven, until golden brown. Centers should be dry.
    5. When the shells are cool, either split and fill them with the pudding mixture, or use a pastry bag to pipe the pudding into the shells.

  127. bookbegger says:

    Awesome contest! My favorite holiday recipe is my mom’s homemade apple pie. I don’t know the recipe (I only made it once).

    +BookBegger
    whosyerbuddie(at)yahoo(dot)com

  128. my family makes “white trash” its just a jumble of things like chex, pretzels, nuts, m&ms etc coated w/ white chocolate…doesnt sound fabulous but it is!
    thanks
    kmsst19@gmail.com

  129. My favorite is Bourbon Balls.
    AztecFeller@aol.com

  130. oh this would be awesome to win….favorite receipe is mincemeat bars with orange glaze icing….mrk928@verizon.net

  131. eggnog

  132. Please enter me! What a great contest. My favorite thing to make at Christmas is fudge! YUM!!!
    ajpohren@iowatelecom.net

  133. Martha stewart has a great rosemary pine nut cookie that I use every xmas as an excuse to make and eat a ton of!

    gibbylet21 (at) hotmail.com

  134. My southern-made coleslaw. Tastes delicious!!

  135. My favorite holiday recipe is Cranberry Sauce with Champagne and Currants. I boil together cranberries, dried currants, Champagne, sugar, and salt and simmer for 5 minutes. I then let the mixture cool to room temperature.

    ms.lilyk@gmail.com

  136. Beef Tenderloin With Roasted Shallots is my favorite. garrettsambo@aol.com

  137. Thank you for the great giveaway!

    I love to make this sweet potato casserole on holidays.

    Sweet Potato Casserole
    1 large (29 oz) can sweet potatoes, drained and mashed
    6 Tbsp. margarine or butter
    1 1/2 cup sugar
    2 eggs 1 cup evaporated milk
    Dash of cinnamon
    1 cup crushed corn flakes
    1/2 cup chopped nuts
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    6 Tbsp. melted margarine

    Mash sweet potatoes. Cream together margarine and sugar. Add eggs and beat until smooth. Add milk, cinnamon, and sweet potatoes and blend thoroughly. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 or 20 minutes.

    Toss together corn flakes, nuts, brown sugar, and melted margarine until coated. Put topping on and bake 15 minutes more. Use 8X8 inch glass pan.

    Carol M
    mittens0831 AT aol.com

  138. I just looooove those Christmas cookies with thick icing…and homemade eggnog.
    heatherpooh (hotmail)

  139. My favorite holiday recipe is shortbread cookies.

  140. My favorite holiday recipe is tortiere. I actually don’t eat it but hubby loves it so much, it makes me happy.

  141. LINDA H. is linda at downes dot net, by the way

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