A Holiday Giveaway: The Pioneer Woman’s Holiday Cookbook (Winners Announced)

******Winners Announced******

The randomly selected winners are Joyce Mundy and Michele. Ladies, I will send you an email shortly requesting your addresses. 

Thanks, random.org.

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My husband surprised me last weekend with the new Pioneer Woman’s holiday cookbook.

(I am on to his ways of these “gift” cookbooks; I just think he wants me to cook for him:)

I have already read it cover to cover, and I know it’s her best book yet.

It’s a year of recipes for every holiday with time schedules to help you with planning each meal. In my opinion is takes all the stress out of hosting a meal for a crowd.

I roasted a turkey breast last week and whipped up a version of her leftover Thanksgiving turkey panini. It was delish!

Leftover Turkey Panini

And I am excited to try the watermelon pico de gallo from the Cinco De Mayo recipes.

And while some of the recipes are not “new,” I love how the book is formatted and organized. I will be using it A LOT. I can tell already.

Okay, all you have to do is tell me your favorite holiday in the comment section below and you are entered to win one of the books.

If you find it in the goodness of your heart to share the giveaway on Facebook that would be lovely too but not required.

One entry per day. The winner will be picked Monday morning, Nov 11 (aka my sister Annie’s birthday, and of course Veteran’s Day).

Two winners will be picked by random.org.

Good luck!

PS. I am not compensated for these giveaways. I just like spreading the love of cooking.

PSS. I will even ship this internationally for my non-US readers (spammers I am not taking about you) :).

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One thought on “A Holiday Giveaway: The Pioneer Woman’s Holiday Cookbook (Winners Announced)

  1. My mother had 11 sisters and 1 brother….Christmas was large and beautiful! The family was raised on preacher/farmers wages which we all know was little to nothing, so their Christmases were of homemade gifts. My mom told me they would save bits of aluminum foil from gum wrappers all year long to decorate the tree. Their mom would trade eggs for fruit for their stockings. They would always reminisce about these times but never with regret or sadness; it was what made them the strong women (and man!) they were.
    I so miss our Christmases as you see there are only 3 of them left now my mom being one. But she had a stroke this year and is no longer “mom”. I was lucky to grow up with this wonderful family and the way they taught me, unknowingly, to remember what the meaning of Christmas is and the deep values of family.
    Thank you for giving me a chance to share this!

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