Monday, October 25, 2010

eCookbook GIVEAWAY!

I love to cook.  And cooking at the holidays is more fun than ever.  But sometimes, it can become a real pain...especially at the holidays!


Well, have I got the answer to all your troubles!

FREEZER COOKING!

I've written before about my love for freezer cooking. Not having to worry about what's for dinner is a great feeling.  But imagine what it would feel like to know that your WHOLE Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner is already done!

My friend Tricia, the one and only Once a Month Mom, has created her first eCookbook for cooking your Thanksgiving or Christmas meals.  Here are the recipes found in the eCookbook:
  • Veggie Pizza
  • Pumpkin Cheeseball
  • Scalloped Corn
  • Freezer Mashed Potatoes
  • Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes**
  • Slow Cooker Stuffing**
  • Make Ahead Butterhorn Rolls
  • Turkey Baste**
  • Cranberry Mustard Ham Glaze**
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Caramel Apple Pie Trifle
**Indicates newly created recipes

Ok, so if those aren't delicious enough, Tricia also takes care of all the details!  And when I say "details", she thinks of it all.  Look at all of the other features in the eCookbook:

  • A choice of preparing an 8 serving or 16 serving dinner.
  • Step-By-Step instructions for cooking your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners ahead and freezing the items.
  • Grocery lists for the 8 serving or 16 serving dinner.
  • Customized labels for each of your prepared items.
  • Recipe cards containing photographs and some step-by-step photos as well.

You can win a copy of the eCookbook!  Just leave me a comment telling me your favorite holiday food.  Contest ends on Friday night.

For extra entries, tweet this giveaway or facebook it but just link back to this post.  Leave me a separate entry for each saying you did so.
 

If you don't win, you can buy your own eCookbook for $9.99. BUT, through November 1st it is 40% off ($5.99) when you use the code OAMM40.

Disclosure:  eBook link is an Affiliate Link

11 comments:

Shawn said...

Oh, I am a OAMM fan! We love her in El Paso!

Shawn said...

FB linked your "freebie"...

The Foglios said...

My favorite holiday dish I can't imagine a holiday without is creamy perfect delicious mashed potatoes that my Grandma makes:)

JLPierce Ohana said...

My favorite holiday food is my great-grandma's Cranberry relish, I've even converted my husband and his family!

JLPierce Ohana said...

I posted on FB

JLPierce Ohana said...

I also RT'd your twitter post. (@leolani80)

Elizabeth said...

My favorite holiday dish is stuffing. No matter who makes it I have to have a little.

Rebekah Key said...

I anticipate the mashed potatoes and turkey! Everything else is a bonus :)

Rebekah said...

My Favorite Holiday dish is probably my grandmother's stuffing and a honey baked ham :)

Becky said...

My favorite holiday food is sweet potato casserole. I can't imagine the holidays without it :)

Sue said...

Bay far my favorite holiday dish is my parent's cornbread stuffing at Thanksgiving and Christmas. They get up early and make the cornbread in the morning and I remember always waking up to that smell during the holidays. Ugh, miss them and miss that!

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