It’s a Pioneer Woman Giveaway

***Comments are now closed and the winners have been chosen using Random.org. I’ll be contacting them via email.

Here are your random numbers:

272 56 85
Timestamp: 2013-10-30 13:04:06 UTC

272 – De Anne
56 – Becky
85 – Marissa

Listen. At second glance I realize that title is deceiving. Sadly, I am not giving away the Pioneer Woman today. Although how awesome would that giveaway be? Someone to live in your house who is constantly trying new recipes and cooking new delicious things? I think they might have that in heaven.

But, almost as good, I’m giving away three copies of Ree Drummond’s gorgeous new cookbook, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays.

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I received an early copy about a week ago and I have already looked through it so many times that it looks like I’ve had it for years. Of course I have yet to actually cook any of the recipes and we ordered pizza from Papa John’s last night, but that’s beside the point. I’ve been busy.

However, I already have big plans for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas after looking at all the recipes, including a Bagel and Cream Cheese Baked French Toast recipe that might change my life. And there’s a grilled corn dip that I am absolutely making for the Aggie game this weekend.

And in addition to all the recipes, her cover photo has inspired me to mix purple and turquoise from here on out because GORGEOUS.

Anyway, I love it so much that I wanted to share it with you. It officially releases today and is available at Barnes and Noble online and in their actual stores and on Amazon and probably some other places, too.

But like I said earlier before I began to ramble, I’m giving away three copies today. All you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment telling me about your favorite holiday food. I will not judge you if it’s a starch.

I’ll leave comments open until 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 30th and then choose the three winners through random.org. No duplicate comments please. They’ll be deleted and make my life hard.

Good luck and happy cooking!

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Comments

  1. Liz G. says

    The cranberry jelly that looks like the can.

    Oh, and Ree`s bacon wrapped club crackers. I only allow myself to make them on holidays.

  2. Jennifer S says

    My mom makes the most wonderful pecan tassies… Never thought of those as my favorite but they were the first thing in my mind when I thought of what to comment!

    Your blog always makes me laugh – thank you for that. Sometimes the days are LONG LONG and I always perk up when I see a post of yours show up in my reader… :)

  3. Peggy C W. says

    Potato candy. My mother made them every year just for Christmas.
    When my kids were younger, I made it for them and now I’m making it for
    my grandchildren :-)

  4. says

    My favorite holiday food is my mom’s stuffing with italian sausage. It is amazing and I eat it alone as a mean for days after thanksgiving. It is not Thanksgiving without it!

  5. Sally says

    Thanksgiving: turkey, sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes slathered in gravy ( I guess that’s more than one) ????
    Christmas: Heath brickle bars

  6. kim d says

    My grandmother would make kugelis for Christmas brunch. A Lithuanian potato casserole, loaded with cream and bacon fat.

  7. Jessica says

    If I’m being honest? Bourbon slush. Quite tasty and just enough to take the edge off and make everyone feel warm and festive. Not enough to get everyone blitzed. I find that if you’re going to have a house full of relatives for a few days, it’s best to sand down the edges a bit. Plus, when they all float off to sleep I can shovel sweet potato soufflé into my mouth in peace!

  8. says

    Halloween = any and all of the CHOCOLATE candy from my kids stash 😉

    Thanksgiving = My mom’s broccoli cheese casserole

    Christmas = candy cane cookies :)

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway!!

  9. Megan says

    Without a doubt for Thanksgiving its mashed potatoes and gravy and for Christmas it would have to be my great grandmothers lefsa, which is a Swedish treat:)

  10. says

    Oooh … I like hashbrown casserole with ham at Easter. Which is a totally different time of year, but you said starch, and that’s where my mind went. I love my mom’s cornbread dressing at Thanksgiving. Christmas – we always get Hickory Farms sausage, cheese and crackers to snack on. Yum.

  11. Kristin says

    My mom’s Christmas Morning Waffles. Fluffy Belgian waffles with cream cheese, whipped cream and sliced strawberries.

  12. Emily Thompson says

    Breakfast egg, sausage and cheese casserole that my mom still makes for breakfast on Christmas Day! When we were kids out grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles would all come over that morning for a HUGE breakfast. Now that we all have kids we do our breakfast tradition one Sunday before church during the Christmas season. It combines my favorite things: family and breakfast!

  13. Teresa says

    Oh, I love me some Pioneer Woman!! I follow all her blogs and if I get up on time I watch her precious show on Saturday mornings. I just recently printed a recipe for Pumpkin Pecan Bread with Streusel Topping. Doesn’t that sound delish!!

  14. Jenn Ray says

    I love stuffing. Any kind. But I always fall back to making the one my mom made when I was growing up, with sausage, sage, mushrooms and crusty bread.

  15. Erin B says

    Do I have to pick just one? Well, it would have to be turkey dressing made the way my grandma did. I’m very particular about my dressing!

  16. says

    Dressing (but really only if I make it).

    And I will say that the reader who commented “bourbon slush” certainly got my attention. Although sometimes,that’s how I would describe the holidays….ha!

  17. Cristy says

    We have thisconcoction that my family has been eating my whole life that really seals the deal for me at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Both of my parents claim that their mothers are the source, but it doesn’t really matter (although secretly I know it came from my Nana and not my Granny). Anywho, it is fresh cranberries chopped in a food processor mixed with a splash of orange juice, some sugar, and chopped pecans. You do this part a day ahead and then let it’s it in the fridge overnight. Right before it’s time to eat,!you mix in a container of cool whip. I know it sounds weird, like one of those strange jello molds that your crazy aunt makes and no one eats, but a bite of it with your turkey or on a yeast roll is just heaven to me. I do wonder if PW included this fine culinary example in her cookbook.

  18. says

    Paula Deen’s cinnamon rolls which I have made better by the addition of more butter. Yes. You read right. More butter. We call them Krista’s Once-A-Year Cinnamon Rolls because you’d have a heart attack if you are them more than once a year.

    On the savory side, my mom makes a killer turkey for Thanksgiving we call her drunk turkey because it’s brined before cooking in a mix of Jim Beam, water, sugar, and salt. It. Is. Perfection.

  19. says

    SEES Candy!! I only eat it at Christmas & look forward to that white box of pure happiness all year long :) GREAT giveaway Melanie!

  20. Amy g says

    My favorite Holiday foods are for Thanksgiving the turkey and dressing, of course. For Christmas we do low country boil with shrimp, sausage, crab legs, potatoes, corn and for dessert I must have pecan pie!

  21. Jacqui in Sydney says

    Oyster dressing for a starch and boiled custard for dessert. This Christmas will be the first time we’ve been back home in nearly 2 years and I am already counting down the days until Christmas dinner!

  22. Jana says

    My mawmaw’s homemade chocolate pie!! Mmmmm looking forward to it already! Thanks and Gig’em!!

  23. Lisa says

    Definitely my grandma’s stuffing. My aunt has taken over the past few years and it’s still wonderful, but there was something about when my grandma made it.

  24. Cherie says

    Favorite holiday food, stuffing on Thanksgiving. I would be happy with just a plate full of stuffing and nothing else!

  25. Maggie says

    Stuffing at Thanksgiving is my favorite. It’s one of those things I only eat at the holidays because I have very little self control!

  26. Daphne Petrey says

    Any food with cheese in its title is my favorite holiday food – especially the Cheese Straws and the Cheese Rice Crispy appetizers.

  27. Bethany says

    Hands down, my Gma’s dressing is my favorite holiday food! But I do love my father in law’s fried turkey!! Yum!!

  28. says

    My mom’s wild rice with teeny bits of sausage and cream of mushroom soup. Best made with Uncle Ben’s long grain and wild rice boxed mix leaving out the seasoning packet, or most of it anyway… Baked in layers, it stops my clock every time I smell it in her crock pot.

  29. Elizabeth says

    My grandmother’s recipe for corn casserole. It’s easy to make and I have to double it for my family. It’s creamed corn, eggs some flour and then you set the pan in another pan of water to sort of boil and bake in the oven at the same time. It sounds weird but it’s amazing and has been around for literally decades!

  30. Marissa says

    Favorite holiday food Apple pie. Pumpkin pie, coconut cream pie, any pie really.

    I love the smell of a Thanksgiving turkey cooking too. I like it all really, except for turnips. I do not like turnips.

  31. Heather says

    My favorite Thanksgiving food is homemade cranberry sauce – I make a smooth version and a chunky so everyone’s happy! I also love cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning, with plenty of frosting :)

  32. Kim says

    It’s got to be the dressing. I don’t know why we only fix it twice a year, but it is worth the wait.

  33. Beth B says

    Beef tenderloin is my favorite, although my family would go for the trimmings and desserts. I love Ree’s Cranberry Pie, too!

  34. says

    Turkey, Stuffing, and gravy.

    I mostly use PWs recipes these days. I live in the bush and so it’s nice to see recipes using whole ingredients.

  35. Nikki says

    My mother-in-law’s oyster pie. Try as I might, for the past 15 years, I cannot replicate it.

  36. Amy D. says

    Pecan Pie. And as of yesterday, pecan pie Pringles. Yes, there is such a thing, and yes, they are FANTASTIC!

  37. Brooke V says

    Definitely baked macaroni at thanksgiving and Christmas. I married into a big fat Greek family :) and this is my mother in laws specialty!!! So yummy!

  38. Sue Mom of Two says

    Sour cream cookies – my Grandma’s recipe. “kind of” like sugar cookies, but so much better and they make excellent cutout cookies.

  39. Stephanie Zapata says

    Hands down….cornbread dressing…no contest!!
    I’d LOVE the book. Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. Grace says

    Anything chocolate and turkey and dressing (it’s not “stuffing” in Tennessee, it’s dressing) with loads of gravy.

  41. Alicia says

    My favorite holiday food would have to be pie! Any kind! It seems that pie isn’t an everyday dessert like cake or cookies, and it only appears on our holiday table which makes it extra special to me.

  42. Kathleen G says

    Roast turkey, stuffing, & Ocean Spray jelled cranberry sauce. Oh, & of course Pumpkin Pie! Thank you.

  43. Meredith says

    Sausage, egg, and cheese casserole on Christmas morning with my Mom’s cinnamon roll ring! Yummy!!

  44. Rachel says

    My mom’s plain chocolate fudge and my mom’s (really her mom’s) dressing…cold, straight outta the fridge!

  45. Scarlett says

    Chicken and Dumplings (dumplins as I say). Give or take the chicken. Fresh creamed corn is close second. Or homemade rolls. Seriously, who needs a fried turkey or fresh ham when you can have all the sides?

  46. says

    Dressing/stuffing at Thanksgiving.
    Pickled Red Beet Eggs at Easter.
    Bacon (turkey) wrapped water chestnuts in a yummy sweet sauce at Christmas.
    And, pies, any type of bread, and Special K Bars at any holiday! ‘Slurp’

  47. Deborah says

    oh, I would have to say cinnamon rolls – we have them on Christmas morning. sometimes it’s ones from the can or sometimes it’s the Pioneer Woman’s recipe. Gotta have them though!
    thanks!

  48. Abby says

    Thanksgiving: mashed potatoes — the more butter, the better
    Christmas: breakfast casserole and my mom’s cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning

  49. Kelly says

    I love a leftover turkey sandwich on white bread with mayo, cranberry sauce, and dressing on it.

  50. Amy Hobbs says

    Chocolate chip pie! We eat it every Christmas Eve. Would love to own a Pioneer woman cookbook :)

  51. Mary says

    Mom’s homemade rolls are the best. I’ve tried to make them but they’re just not quite as good. I do make a really good mint cookie though!

  52. Rrmom says

    Everything about Thanksgiving dinner- turkey, corn, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, etc

  53. Lynsey says

    My favorite holiday food would have to be turkey, I never fix a whole turkey any other time of the year and once October starts my cravings do too!!!!

  54. Mary Elizabeth says

    I love broccoli casserole more than life itself. Oh how I hope she has a recipe for a good one!

  55. says

    Hmm… it’s 7:00am and now all I want is Holiday Food!!!

    Thanksgiving is not complete without BOTH Turkey and Dressing and My mom’s Homemade Pumpkin Pie (I’m such a traditionalist.)
    For Christmas– it’s definitely PW’s Cinnamon Rolls. Yes, they are to die for, but I LOVE the tradition of making them with my little helpers.

  56. jana says

    My dad’s stuffing, made the day before and stuck in the basement to keep cool, sneaking down with forks to sample.

  57. LReese says

    Well, it’s got to be gravy…all the gravy. I’m also looking forward to turkey and dressing! Nothing else will even sound good today.

  58. Sarah says

    My favorite holiday food–well, there are many, and I make them all, so I’d have to say that it’s the wine. We don’t normally indulge in wine that much, and having a glass to hand while I’m cooking all day feels quite elegant :-)

  59. says

    My momma’s authentic New Orleans Oyster dressing. It looks scary & inedible but it’s absolutely delicious. And every time it’s our year to spend Thanksgiving with the in-laws, I insist on making it — even though only my husband and I will eat it. Would it kill my MIL to have a taste??? :)

  60. Lisa M. says

    My mom’s cornbread dressing with just the right amount of sage. No one can make it quite like she does! :)

  61. Karen P says

    Dingbats aka date balls are my favorite holiday food – with all their rich, chewy goodness!

  62. says

    I love, love, love dressing…with just touch of cranberry sauce mixed with each bite. Good grief, I can’t wait for some holiday food! Thank you for the giveaway — I love the Pioneer Woman almost as much as I love that dressing.

  63. Kelly A says

    I loooove cornbread dressing and, of course, all the sweets that appear during the holidays!

  64. Eli P says

    Scottish dark chocolate & orange zest shortbread. You can find it in Oprah’s archives. Best dessert ever and so easy.

  65. Sabra Godair says

    Hands down it has to be my mom’s dressing. She has been trying to teach us the recipe for years and every time my sister and I attempt it…we bomb. No one’s dressing ik like momma’s :)

  66. Karen P. says

    I make a chocolate trifle every Christmas for our dessert course. It is rich, decadent and worth every calorie!

  67. Cheryl L. says

    Mashed potatoes with gravy….I don’t mess with them any other time except a holiday….that’s sad isn’t it?…..and I now use the recipe from PW’s first cookbook for my potatoes….flawless!!!!

  68. Tamra B says

    Blueberry Jello Salad! It could easily be made and enjoyed all year long, except for the part where I’m lazy.

  69. Jamie says

    I am 36 years old, have been married for 13 years and I have never owned a cookbook! This would be a great one to start out with!
    I have a collection of recipes that I have written down in a little book that I use and of course, I have recipe boards on Pinterest, but NEVER. An actual cookbook.

  70. says

    Well, I’m a little disappointed that the giveaway doesn’t actually include PW live and in person, but her cookbook will be awesome too. :)
    I married into a family that makes cheese potatoes for every holiday. They’re completely unhealthy, but SO delicious!

  71. Julia says

    A squash and zucchini casserole with cheddar cheese and ritz crackers that my mom only makes at Christmas.. Yum!

  72. julie says

    Grandma always made mincemeat pie with a top crust made from cut out turkey or star shapes. Unbelievably rich, but a holiday staple while she entertained.

  73. Tonya says

    I make homemade monkey bread for Eater and Christmas morning. But I love my friends pumpkin roll. She’s making one for me because I can’t do it!

  74. Tamra Petersen says

    Cake TRUFFLES!
    Cake TRUFFLES!
    😉
    :0
    Cannot make them but love eating them! I’m so pitiful of a cook maybe a good cookbook could improve my skills – for the sake of my children PICK ME :):)

  75. PamB says

    Turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing, gravy …in one big pile. I have yet to cook a receipe from the previous two cookbooks but have them just to look at the pictures and dream that one day I’ll be motivated to cook!

  76. Christine says

    Thanks for hosting this!

    No contest – apple pie! (Or pretty much any type of dessert. :))

  77. Joyce J. says

    Peanut Butter Balls are by far my favorite holiday treat. My sister-in-law has made them for years, but only at Christmas. They are so yummy that it is difficult to stop at eating only a few!

  78. says

    I am 70, and from the time of my earliest memory of Christmas my family always baked a fresh ham…and it was as big of one that could be brought..I was rubbed down with salt, pepper and brown sugar…orange slices was put on top and held in place with tooth picks…It was put in the oven and would cook for hours and the smell would flow into the rest of the house….an hour or so before it was done..(oh yes, when it was checked if it was getting close to being done, small slices was cut off and given to us kids…now this was the crispy top with the brown sugar…and some time a orange slice cut up in wee pieces to go with the sliver of ham…oh yum…) The sweet potatoes was put around the ham….now way back then when sweet potatoes would bake they would weep a sticky goodness that they do not do today…and when everything would be cooked and ready, the ham sliced, and the sweet potatoes peeled and mashed with big ole globs of butter…and the scraped corn, fresh pole beans…massive dish of dressing that was loaded with chicken, and the gravy made from the boiled down chicken stock…hot biscuits, and every type of pie you could imagine, pumpkin of course, pecan, lemon, chocolate, and cakes with cook frosting…A pray was then given up for our bountiful love, family, and food….reflection of the year gone by and each family member, by name was asked that God be with them and keep them safe in the coming year….Soooo I can not say which or what was the one thing that was my favorite food….since it was a feeling that was achieved, with the love, honor, and cherished blessing that was given us all, and the shared food that still is being done the way it was when it started being a tradition…

  79. Megan A says

    Lefse – a good old Norwegian tradition that I grew up with but sadly no one in Georgia makes it.

  80. erica says

    I love cranberries in any way I can get them. But they don’t taste the same in the summer. It has to be cold for a cranberry. Thanks!

  81. says

    Mashed potatoes w/gravy, stuffing and creamed veg. casserole.

    Must take extra walks during the holidays but worth it!!

  82. Megan says

    I love all sorts of Christmas cookies…ginger bread is my favorite!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  83. Jenny F. says

    Eden Cafe’s Sweet Potato Casserole.. Divine! My sis finally got it from the owner after asking for it 3 years in a row..

  84. Melissa says

    So hard to pick just one, but, I will say that homemade pecan pie is a favorite of mine at Christmas. :-)

  85. says

    My favorite thing to make this time of year, with fall/halloween/thanksgiving is pumpkin cream cheese dip. It’s just so good. You eat it with either some type of graham or ginger snaps. So delightful.

  86. Alison says

    Turkey! And those squares with peanut butter & chocolate melted together with colourful marshmallows mixed in.

  87. Katie in VA says

    I look forward to Christmas and Easter hams for months. My love is mainly about the juice. I’m with Caroline – just give me a thermos of meat juice and I’ll be happy.

  88. Annette says

    This year I’m really looking forward to the turkey! My mom cooks it overnight and when we walk in the house it smells soooo good. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  89. Colleen says

    My favorite holiday food is candied sweet potatoes. It’s a superfood! With marshmallows and butter! Can’t get any better

  90. Charlotte V says

    I just adore this woman and would love to have this cookbook. Our favorite Christmas recipe is Sausage stuffing!

  91. Rebecca says

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish would have to be my grandmother’s cornbread dressing (stuffing). :-)

  92. Whitney S.K. says

    I think my favorite would have to the Prime Rib that my mom makes for Christmas Eve. It’s so good, and we NEVER learn our lesson to take it easy on all the fun appetizers before hand!!

  93. says

    I love pioneer woman! We live in Switzerland and have such a time getting English books- what a treat it would be. as for food… Pioneer woman’s Cinnamon rolls are tops!

  94. Jaclyn says

    Oh, it’s so hard to pick just one favorite food! It might be my aunt’s famous veggie bars. I think my husband ate half the pan last Christmas!

  95. Colorado says

    Sweet potato casserole for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, always! And cranberry-nut bread, yummy. I’d love the cookbook!

  96. Jillbird says

    I wasn’t aware that there were any other foods besides starches at Thanksgiving????
    Love me a leftover turkey sandwich on a leftover dinner roll – if there are any left!

  97. Kim says

    Pillsbury orange glazed cinnamon rolls are the Christmas morning tradition in my family; this is the first year I won’t be with my parents on Christmas Day and I have a feeling I’m going to really, really crave those cinnamon rolls.

  98. ChrisP says

    I love the leftovers! Nothing beats a turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce and dressing. Wahed down with a big glass of apple cider.

  99. says

    Thanks for this awesome giveaway Melanie!!! My favorite holiday recipe has to be my husband’s Grandma’s sugar cookies- this is my first year to keep the tradition going! :)

  100. Amy Casteel says

    My mother in-law’s cherry pecan jello salad. She has been gone now for 11 years, but she had shared the recipe with me. Now, I carry on the tradition. It just doesn’t feel like the holidays without it!

  101. says

    Honestly, my favorite is having a turkey sandwich on Thanksgiving night. Our dinner is at 2pm every year and about 8pm, I get to toast up some homemade white bread, mix together some mayo and cranberry sauce to spread on the toast and top it with slices of turkey….perfect dinner after a long day!

  102. Susan B says

    What’s not my favorite holiday food? So hard to choose just one but it would be a cheese ball I make every year with an assortment of crackers and some delicious Christmas punch. So good!

  103. Tracy says

    Stuffing. I try not to eat bread all year, so that I can stuff my face with stuffing/dressing at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Nom.
    Love PW

  104. says

    I just made some last week, so I guess it’s not a holiday food, but I love pumpkin bread … or cranberry bread … or even banana bread.

  105. Dana says

    Thanksgiving-cornbread dressing-NOT STUFFING.
    Christmas Eve-tamales! A couple of years ago we had a little tamale mishap that involved 12 dozen tamales to go bad. Our kids said “CHRISTMAS IS RUINED!” It was epic.

  106. Lynn B says

    Cornbread dressing, squash casserole, pumpkin roll, cinnamon rolls, cranberry-orange bread, sausage-cheese biscuits, cookies and more cookies!

  107. Jennifer B. says

    I love all the holiday foods – but I mostly love the baking my daughter and I do in the weeks leading up to Christmas! Sugar cookies – yum. ANd maybe the lame ole green bean casserole – no one in my home likes it. AT ALL. So around the holidays I”m bound to find it on a table somewhere!!!

  108. Holly K says

    For Thanksgiving, my husband smokes a turkey wrapped in approximately 3 pounds of bacon. 3 pounds of bacon…around a turkey. Need I say more?

  109. Lisa says

    My momma makes two things every year that are a must – dressing (not to be confused with chicken and dressing – no chicken in momma’s dressing) and coconut dream cake. She only makes the cake at Christmas and it was always a treat to wake up Christmas morning and there was this great big, white cake! It is the best!

  110. Beth says

    The sides – gimme all the sides and keep the turkey/ham whatever to yourself. Unless you are going to put some ham and cheese on a Hawaiian roll with that Worcestershire/poppy seed/butter glaze because sweet mother of mercy that is a life changer. Seriously, if you haven’t had those, google that sucker up, head to sams and get the big pack of Hawaiian rolls (trust me you need 24 – the 12 sold in the grocery store is for sissies) and you can all thank me later. Or shoot me for gaining 5 lbs whatevs.

  111. Jena says

    Anything pumpkin-y or cinnamon-y or minty…it’s just that time of year when that stuff tastes soo good.

  112. Michelle says

    Such a difficult choice….and aren’t most of our favorite holiday foods carbs? I think I am going with stuffing….and pumpkin pie, as I just can’t decide. If asked tomorrow, I will probably have a different answer!

  113. Dawn says

    Pies–Sometimes I wish we could skip the main part so we can just skip ahead and indulge in the pies. Apple is my favorite.

  114. Penny says

    My family begins Christmas morning with a breakfast casserole – a recipe perfected by my mother and sister – now tradition!

  115. BethA says

    I love dressing at Thanksgiving. You may keep the turkey, but give me plenty of dressing. Oh yeah, with some gravy, too, please.

  116. Heather says

    Gram’s mashed sweet potatoes! I think it’s the Southern Comfort that makes them so insanely wonderfully necessary.

  117. Erin says

    Okay. Is it cool if I say ALL of Thanksgiving dinner? You really can’t separate the turkey from the dressing from the mashed potatoes from the gravy. Yum.

  118. Carrie Seggelke says

    Butter. I mean it makes everything better. And gravy. It’s all about the gravy. Maybe I should put butter in the gravy. Or wait, maybe that is taking things too far.

  119. Misti says

    Pecan pie made with peach brandy, green bean bundles, homemade rolls, rum cake, sugar cookies, and the list goes on!

  120. Jenni says

    I love homemade Christmas sugar cookies with frosting. We have a decorating contest with our family – so fun and yummy, too!

  121. Brenda says

    I love anything cranberry-ish, but only around Thanksgiving!

    On Christmas morning, we have to have Monkey Bread! (My kids always say, “No monkeys were harmed in the making of this bread…”

  122. says

    Thanksgiving would be stuffing! Christmas would definitely have to be mashed potatoes now that in on charge of making them. I use PW recipe, of course!! So excited for this giveaway! It would be perfect to have since my new little family is hosting Christmas dinner this year! Thanks :)

  123. Tooyoungrannie says

    I love, love, love the sausage and cornbread dressing I make at Thanksgiving every year. Who needs turkey?

  124. CourtneyinFL says

    The creamed corn that my mom makes for holidays is what keeps me going all year. One year, my brother snuck off with the creamed corn and binge ate it without sharing. It took a lot of me to forgive him for that one, the holiday just wasn’t the same.

  125. Bethany says

    My Grandma’s “church cookies.” They’re a delicious, soft sugar cookie which Amish kids (no, I’m not Amish but Grandma was when she was young :)) are sometimes given as a snack during the long Sunday services. Grandma passed away in 2008, but our family still makes them every Christmas – we grandkids are wild about them!

  126. Trinna Durbin says

    Pie. I can’t decide which kind is my favorite. Pecan, pumpkin, cherry…I love it all!

  127. Angela says

    I love my grandmother’s coconut cream pie. I’m attempting it myself for the first time this year!

  128. Norma says

    I would love to add this cookbook to my collection. I already have her other books. Love her!!

  129. Amy C says

    Stuffing for Thanksgiving, and Shrimp Macaroni Salad that my mother in law makes for Christmas. It’s fantastic!

  130. Jennifer S says

    Ok, I have two favorite holiday foods from two different grandmothers. My mother’s mother made the BEST cornbread dressing, and now it’s up to me to carry on the tradition. I love cornbread dressing. LOVE IT. I start fantasizing about it by the first of October. The other one is from my dad’s German grandmother – homemade marzipan. Let me just state that the marzipan you buy in the store tastes nothing like homemade, which is much sweeter. My mom used to make it at Christmas every year, in cute little shapes of fruit and little animals like mice, etc. I love to make it myself but don’t often have time. Hopefully this year!

  131. Lisa P says

    I look forward to my mom’s pumpkin pie at thanksgiving. I can’t quite make it like she does!

  132. Shawna Terry says

    I love sweet potatoes! No marshmallow, but butter and brown sugar on sliced sweet potatoes, baked under the broiler until the outsides caramelize.

  133. Selena says

    I love to make and eat cut-out sugar cookies and last year I discovered gingerbread truffles!

  134. Jill Ann says

    PLEASE give Pioneer Woman away!!! The husband just had back surgery yesterday, so I need some help around this place. hahahaha.
    My fave holiday food is still and will always be Banana Salad. :) :)

  135. Kimberly Oliver says

    My favorite would have to be my mom’s cornbread dressing! I could eat an entire pan of that stuff!

  136. Connie says

    Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top. Yummy!! Thanksgiving or Christmas…perfect!

  137. Andrea in Aggieland says

    My aunt makes this amazing pumpkin/cream cheese roll. Oh my…it’s heaven on a plate!

  138. Tammy says

    My favorite holiday food is stuffing/dressing (my mama’s recipe). Starch and carbs all the way!

  139. Debra D. says

    It has to the be the various vegetable casseroles that only hit the table during the holidays…WAY too many calories for every day consumption!

  140. Emily Edwards says

    Yep, it’s a starch! I make my husband’s grandmother’s recipe for dressing. Yum!!!

  141. karen l says

    Whole berry cranberry sauce. I know it’s one of those weird things, but it really shines with turkey and dressing, but not anytime else.

  142. Donna says

    I’ve been looking through all the answers and no one mentioned my very favorite. Green Bean Casserole with lots of slivered almonds added to it. Love it! Although mashed potatoes and gravy is a very close second. 😉

  143. says

    Oh my gosh…let’s see…sweet potatoes with way to many melted marshmallows, fresh green beans wrapped in bacon, stuffing with a ton of gravy, pumpkin pie, gumbo with potato salad for Christmas day and homemade pizza’s for Christmas Eve, don’t judge. Oh and most importantly, GIG ‘EM!

  144. Cathy says

    My favorite holiday dish is carrot soufflé. Nothing like a cup of sugar and butter to make carrots taste really good!

  145. JBA says

    At the risk of being completely pedestrian – stuffing. Even if it’s the most basic out-of-a-bag kind. I can’t get enough.

  146. Stephanie W says

    I am addicted to Reindeer Chow (or some call it Puppy Chow) around Christmas. Best thing ever!!!

  147. Meredith says

    Wow! The people come out for a give away! :) Even though Ree’s book is already en route to my house, my favorite is sweet potato casserole with the praline topping!

  148. Kristen says

    My favorite holiday food is homemade cornbread dressing. My grandma’s and my mother-in-law’s are the best!

  149. shelly says

    Dateballs-reminds me of a very close family friend who taught me as a little girl how to make them

  150. Lindsey says

    My favorite holiday food, and all time food, is dessert. I also really like my mom’s toffee she always made at Christmastime.

  151. Courtney says

    I do a thing with roasted fennel and carrots that is truly divine. Oh, and of course the turkey.

  152. Julie R says

    Sweet potato casserole and pecan pie. I only allow myself to eat both of these foods at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

  153. Susan Blair says

    Pie! Any and all kinds of pie!…but my favorite is any fruit pie or nut pie! Holidays are when all restrictions are off! :o)

  154. Ginny says

    Toffee! my grandmother’s recipe particularly. I have people asking for it as their Christmas present every year :)

  155. Bobbi Jessee says

    Everyone else can have my share of turkey & dressing. I’ll take the:

    white rice with giblet gravy
    my PopPop’s homemade biscuits
    canned cranberry sauce (Obviously, I’m in need of a good cookbook)

  156. Mindy Fults says

    I love all the holiday foods, but the one I’d probably say is my favorite is my dad’s rice pudding, because I don’t make it myself. :)

  157. Jennifer G says

    From my Mom’s side of the family, chicken & dumplings with red gravy. From my Dad’s side, my grandma’s iced Christmas cookies.

  158. Upsidebrown says

    Favorite holiday food: it’s a tie between my grandmom’s fried chocolate pies (Sadly, she’s no longer with us but I dream they will be in Heaven for all of us one day) and my mother-in-law’s dressing. Out of this world. Two starches. Bam!

  159. Shannon G says

    Slow Cooker Cornbread dressing at Thanksgiving! So easy and makes my house smell soooooo good!

  160. Elaine says

    Breakfast casserole has been a Christmas morning tradition in our house since my kids were itty bitty. Served with cinnamon rolls, fruit, and coffee (now that the kids are grown), it’s our breakfast of Christmas morning champions!!

  161. Jennifer P. says

    Sweet potato casserole. The kind with brown sugar and nuts on top, NOT marshmallows, because this is America. :)

  162. Debbie says

    Candied Yams – I feel like my Mom is in the kitchen with me while I make it for Thanksgiving.

  163. Melissa W. says

    My mom makes a potato casserole that we simply call “Holiday Potatoes”. They are decadent – cream, butter, cheddar AND velveeta. Elastic pants are required.

  164. Stefani G. says

    Mashed potatoes. It’s always mashed potatoes. I finally tried the Pioneer Woman’s mashed potatoes with cream cheese….and I think they changed my life :)

  165. says

    I am excited to try a new recipe for the holiday- everything bagel stuffing-sounds like heaven to me!! In the Novemeber Rachel Ray magazine.

  166. Shelley Viestenz says

    I make a fabulous beef tenderloin (Roast Beast in our family) on Christmas Eve…always my favorite.

  167. Kim says

    My family’s decorated cut-out cookies. Not only do they bring tons of childhood memories back, they are the best cut-out cookies ever!

  168. Kandice says

    I make my grandmothers sweet potato crunch every year :). It’s incredibly unhealthy….. But sure is good :)

  169. Sue H. says

    Christmas cookies – we make the same ones my mom did….and we only make them at christmas! So, it is something to look forward to!

  170. Lisa B says

    Oh my gosh – who can pick just one? Definitely turkey and dressing (not stuffing!) for Thanksgiving.

  171. Kim says

    My favorite holiday food are the Cheesy Mashed Potatoes I make every year – peeling 10 lbs. of potatoes to make enough for the gathered family members!!

  172. Jenny Trask says

    Beer bribed turkey
    PW Rosemary rolls
    Corn casserole
    Spinach dip
    Cranberries
    And now? I’m hungry!

  173. Hayley says

    It used to be pumpkin pie until we all got food poisoning from it two years ago. So I’m going to go with cheesy potato casserole!

    Gig ’em!

  174. Amy says

    There are so many great holiday foods! I think I would pick my grandmother’s homemade rolls. They’re delicious and we only have them at Christmas and Thanksgiving.

  175. Emily says

    Sweet Potato casserole makes my Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners complete! Also, cookies. Pretty much any kind. And really they are my favorite everyday of the year.

  176. Angela says

    One of my fav holiday foods (because there are just too many to pick one. Or maybe because I’m always so indecisive.) is frosted sugar cookies. :)

  177. Crystal K says

    My brother’s cheesecake! I can’t wait until thanksgiving so that I can have a slice or three :)

  178. says

    Ooooh this is a hard one! If I could only choose one it would have to be stuffing though apple pie is up there too, and corn casserole…

  179. Lindsay says

    My Grandma’s mashed potatoes… she’s in heaven but my aunt does a darn good imitation!
    I also wanted to thank you for making your contests easy to enter.. I’m not on Facebook or twitter so it’s nice to be able to enter your contests that don’t require you to use one of those!

  180. Aubrey says

    It’s a toss up between my Mom’s homemade cornbread stuffing and sweet potato casserole- you know, the really unhealthy version with lots of butter and pecans. :) Yum!

  181. Kelley says

    My favorite holiday food: my drunken cranberries.

    We won’t talk about the time that I made them and almost burned down my mother-in-law’s new kitchen because I went off memory (bad idea) and did a 1:1 ratio of spiced rum : sugar. EEK!

  182. Rhonda V says

    My sister in law makes an amazing batch of homemade yeast rolls every year – they are my new favorite holiday treat!

  183. Olivia says

    My favorite holiday food is homemade cranberry sauce! It’s so much better than the canned variety and easy to make too!

  184. Brandi says

    My favorite holiday food is any side dish! Vegetable casserole, mac-n-cheese, sweet potato soufle, squash casserole, etc…. I could totally do without the turkey/ham!!!

  185. Ashli says

    Hands down my Granny’s homemade turkey dressing. It’s bittersweet though, because she went to be with Jesus this May.
    I am gonna try to make it in her honor, but no way it tastes as good as hers did every year (made with Granny love)!

  186. says

    All the sides. ALL OF THEM! And I told my husband and kids first thing this morning that PW’s cookbook comes out today and reminded them that my birthday was last week and in some countries they celebrate birthdays for the whole month (I totally made that up) and it’s not my fault that it came out after my birthday and would make a lovely post-birthday present. But just in case they don’t take me seriously, winning one would splendid!

  187. SuzanneB says

    It is hard to pick just one. The two I make every year are squash casserole and sweet potato casserole with crumble topping.

  188. MONICA says

    My favorite Thanksgiving food is the stuffing….no meat Just the good stuff! For Christmas, my favorite thing in the world is homemade Divinity. My grandmother and I would make this every year, and now my mom and I do. So. Good!

  189. Katie B says

    My favorite Thanksgiving food – smoked turkey and homemade dressing. For Christmas, it’s sugar cookies; our family has a tradition of decorating them together.

  190. Mary Cay says

    Its just not right to ever pick a favorite, food, cocktail or children…..however if I had to choose just one, it would be Honey Baked Ham from the Honey Baked Ham store, imposters do not suffice.

  191. says

    My favorite holiday food has got to be my granny’s dressing! Or maybe her chicken ‘n dumplins. No, wait….it’s her red velvet cake! I love it all!

  192. says

    My favorite holiday food is a toss up…so I must list them both. The first is dressing…cornbread based, hold the chicken. :) The second is Bacon Cream Cheese Tarts that we have for Christmas brunch every year. It’s an old Southern Livng recipe that is tried and true. Always the hit at any party where I’m asked to bring an appetizer.

  193. mary says

    Ahhh! I would love to win a copy! I’ve never have thru a giveaway but maybe it’s my lucky day:) some of my faves: my grandma’s lefsa (there’s norwegian in my family), I love pickled herring on crackers, I love chex mix while I watch white christmas, goodness, where do I stop? Russian tea balls are my fave cookie too:). Can u guess I’m from MN?

  194. Stephanie says

    Favorite holiday food is soda cracker crunch (candy I only make at Christmas because it is so easy to make & eat).

  195. Becky R. says

    These delicious little butter cookies shaped like poinsettias at Christmas and dressing at Thanksgiving are my favorite holiday foods. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  196. Carol S in Florida says

    Dressing at Thanksgiving, and every kind of cookie, cake, casserole or anything with red or green sprinkles at Christmas. We go big in December and repair the damage in January.

  197. Shawnda D says

    hmmm….favorite holiday food? I think my grandma’s sweet potatoes baked with marshamllows and caramel sauce drizzled over the top. Only eat it on Thanksgiving Day, but it wouldn’t be the holidays with it!!

  198. Kelli says

    Pea and cauliflower salad – my mom only makes it on Thanksgiving and I’m the only one that eats it but I still insist on it every year.

  199. Janet P says

    It’s definitely hard to pick but I will have to say the stuffing!! It takes up way more plate space for me than the turkey! I really love your blog and look forward to reading it!

  200. Sara says

    My family rolls their eyes at me every year but I LOVE green bean casserole. The plain ol cream of mushroom soup-greenbeans-friedonions one. Yum.

  201. tammy cordery says

    We go over my mommy and daddy house and have a wonderful dinner of turkey and all the trimmings the dessert chocolate cream pie and pumpkin pie with whip cream yum yum yum

  202. Tiffany M. says

    I love all of the traditional holiday foods. Turkey, ham, yams and marshmallows, mashed potatoes and gravy….and all of the pie! Thank you for the chance to win!

  203. Cindy P says

    Two things that I love at Thanksgiving and Christmas–Sweet Potato Casserole and Cranberry Relish. It wouldn’t be holiday dinner without them. Great give-away. Thanks for the chance to have this beautiful cookbook.

  204. natalie says

    French toast made with homemade cinnamon raisin bread (made by our friend Chuck :) on Christmas morning!

  205. says

    Definitely homemade cranberry relish and Tee’s corn pudding (if you’ve never had corn pudding you must make it this year – just good “Tee’s Corn Pudding” and you’ll find it. I think it was originally in a southern living magazine years ago. It’s amazing.

  206. Jessica says

    My word this is making me hungry. Bring on the holidays! My favorite is Christmas Eve when my in-laws put out an appetizer spread for dinner. It’s spectacular. My mil makes this creamy shrimp dip (“Shrimp Dimp”) for crackers, chips, bread, whatever. SO GOOD. Favorite holiday food :-)

  207. Stephanie L says

    Ham – I love a slow cooked, smell it all morning long in the oven ham. Nothing better. Reminds me of childhood every time.

  208. Kari says

    Believe it or not, for Thanksgiving we eat STOVETOP stuffing!! Love it!!

    For Christmas, my favorite treat is a snowball cookie – I think they are also called Mexican Wedding cookies – pecan shortbread rolled into a ball, baked and then rolled in powdered sugar while warm.

  209. Connie says

    Pumpkin pie. I make mine with brandy (yum!). It’s a treat we only have once a year at Thanksgiving but my absolute favorite.

  210. Christy says

    Morning from Big D! Let’s see…Thanksgiving would have to be Pecan Pie, and Christmas is homemade cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning! Have a great day in San An-tone! :-)

  211. says

    Papa John’s for Thanksgiving isn’t appropriate?? My poor family. I’m more interested in the Ree Drummond giveaway but I guess a book is just a good. (And not as weird as having her show up and cook and my family loving her because, I mean, it’s THE Pioneer woman, and then I have to get jealous and die my hair red, which isn’t a good color for me…) Yep, just the book. I think that’s best.

    • says

      I guess I should actually put a food…Broccoli cheese casserole. For the holidays, I will put away my lactose intolerance and enjoy the (bloated) day.

  212. Patty says

    I like to take my nice fresh roll and pile up every element of Thanksgiving dinner on top! It’s called a mish-mosh-wich.

  213. Miss B says

    I am most looking forward to my mom’s broccoli and cauliflower with cheese. It’s not that it’s the best dish on the table, but it’s the ONLY time of year that I would dare to eat processed cheese slices in any form.

  214. says

    Turkey … I just LOVE turkey … Thanksgiving is really the only time I cook/bake an entire bird … and I love it!! :)
    Imagine my depression one Thanksgiving when my Iowan mother-in-law served us PORK ROAST for Thanksgiving. THAT was NOT Thanksgiving. :( I still love my MIL though. :)

  215. Sue Barrett says

    My favorite would be homemade toffee, it is addictive, but in a sweet way! The smell of it caramelizing brings everyone to the kitchen, where family love is shared.

  216. Gayla Brown says

    Twice-baked potatoes is a long-standing tradition in our family. Doesn’t feel like Thanksgiving without them! Don’t have any Pioneer Woman cookbooks; love to start my collection with this one!

  217. says

    My favorite holiday food are these amazing mashed potatoes my step-father makes, loaded with onions and butter and amazingness, then popped in the oven to bake right before we eat them. The best part though is our tradition of putting the potatoes on toast and eating it while we watch the Macy’s Day parade on Thanksgiving :)

  218. Traci says

    Pizza Bread…a holiday favorite around our house. Let frozen bread dough rise, roll out and layer with cheese and pepperoni. Loosely roll, tuck in the sides and bake. Delish! A favorite with the kiddos!

  219. says

    It would have to be the peanut butter fudge, and homemade turtles, and the sausage dip and…………………………….Love the holidays!

  220. Mindy E says

    My most favorite part of Thanksgiving is when we get to my in-laws the night before and my mother-in-law is cooking up the onions and celery for the stuffing. OH.MY.WORD. My most favorite thing. Oh- and time with the family, of course…;)

  221. Emily says

    Favorite holiday food? Nee Nee’s (as in my grandmother, not the Real Housewife) rolls. I live for carbs.

  222. Jill says

    My mama’s cornbread dressing. She taught me how to make it, but even though I use the same extact ingredients it will never taste the same.

  223. Shelley W says

    Green Bean Casserole. I make my different than most and everyone looks forward to it every year.

  224. Vicky says

    My favorite holiday food is the Yorkshire Pudding my mom makes every year. I have no clue how to make it myself, but I’ve heard it’s tricky. Makes me feel at home to see it at the table each year.

  225. Shayna says

    Oh I have to pick one? I think my favorite Holiday food is Stuffing! But a close second is pumpkin pie…. Great giveaway, but I would take Ree in my kitchen cooking for me too!

  226. Amy Nalley says

    My mama’s chicken and dressing. Only get it once a year, usually at Thanksgiving. I can make it myself, but it always tastes better knowing my mama made it!

  227. Jennifer C says

    Love me some Chicken and Dressing (grandma’s recipe of course) and love the Christmas candy (all kinds of it- well except maybe peppermint fudge)! Yum

  228. andrea says

    Thanksgiving – Dressing. Especially for lunch on Black Friday!
    Christmas – my Christmas ribeye roast. It marinates in the fridge aaaaalllllll day long, and then it cooks in the rotisserie. The smell is heavenly!

  229. Angela L says

    Oh what I would give to have my Grannie’s stuffing at Thanksgiving again. I wished I would have spent more time in the kitchen with her before she passed away.

  230. Janet says

    Thanksgiving-sweet potato casserole
    Christmas-chocolate delight- yes, it’s a dessert and it’s the mac daddy!

  231. says

    It’s a tie between my mama’s homemade sweet potato casserole (with a solid inch of crunchy brown sugar pecan topping), and plain ol’ stovetop stuffing. Yum.

  232. Erin Seaman says

    Mashed potatoes and gravy. Turkey. Gravy. Creamed corn. More gravy. Fudge. Apple pie. Pecan pie. Gravy. Ooh, holiday food!!!!!!!

  233. says

    I love my grandmother’s ham! Other favorites include her creamed corn, slaw (with no onions), and my mom’s deviled eggs!! Yummm, now I might just take an early lunch- making myself hungry!

  234. Katy says

    It does not get any better than Grandma’s homemade noodles and Granny’s homemade chocolate pie!! My mouth is wettering just thinking about it!!

  235. Mary Foster says

    I make a chocolate bourbon pecan pie that is amazing every Thanksgiving…but the sweet potato casserole with NO marshmallows but lots of coconut and pecans is also pretty divine. Clearly I am a health nut. This cookbook is definitely on my wish list!!

  236. Erin in CO says

    Spiral sliced ham…lasts us for a good week, then ham & beans with the bone. And broccoli cheese casserole (that’s two, but you can’t have one without the other.)

  237. Maria Malaveci says

    My favorite holiday food is Mashed Potatoes with gravy!

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  238. Bethann says

    I’m a big fan of squash casserole. And for dessert it’s gotta be pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving and fudge at Christmas!

  239. Tiffany says

    My mom makes the BEST apple pie! I love to watch her roll out the dough and I can’t help myself…we eat the dough!

  240. Jennifer says

    I asked my husband because I can’t decide…………he said “Me, cuz I’m a fruitcake!”

    I can’t decided because any Christmas candy is hard to beat–caramels, fudge, homemade snickers.

    My son just asked me the other day if we would have lots of goodies on the front porch again this Christmas–that’s where I store them because I don’t have enough freezer space!

  241. Amy S. says

    So hard to pick a favorite but I think it would have to be butter toffee with dark chocolate. I make it every year for the holidays and it is always a favorite among family and friends. :)

  242. Kim R says

    Sweet potato casserole. It could be dessert, but it has sweet potatoes so that makes it healthy!

  243. MonaG says

    I have 2 favorites :
    . Sausage and cornbread stuffing
    . Pumpkin pie w/lots of whipped cream

    Thanks :)

  244. Dawn says

    It would have to be Sweet Potato Casserole. It’s one of those that you serve as a side dish but should really be on the dessert table!

  245. Terry F says

    Halloween – roasted pumpkin seeds
    Thanksgiving- roasted sour cream veggies
    Christmas- ting-a-lings , a cookie my grandmother makes

  246. Katie says

    So hard to narrow it down to one favorite! But I think the most obvious choice is my dad’s homemade cream caramels. I have great memories of the kitchen smells, watching him pour the gooey deliciousness into a pan and then slicing them, and of helping him wrap them in wax paper. And, of course, the eating! Thanks for the giveaway!

  247. Melinda says

    Thanksgiving: My dad’s homemade stuffing…it’s amazing
    Christmas: All the casseroles! Breakfast, Hashbrown, and Green Bean Corn…YUM!

  248. Meredith says

    Thanksgiving! My mom’s cranberry relish – had oranges, pecans, cranberries, and other yummy stuff. Can’t get enough of it when she makes it!

  249. debbie mann says

    My absolute favorite is cornbread dressing,,yum,, but my mother’in’laws potato salad is my next favorite.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a nice give-a-away. Have a good day!

  250. Bianca Hammond says

    My favorite thing about the Holidays is the sweets! I always volunteer to bring something sweet :)

  251. Nikki H says

    It’s got to be the cornbread stuffing. And gravy. I even make a pan of it for my BFF because they eat at her m-i-l’s and mine is the very best.

  252. bamacurl says

    Sweet Potato PIe. It was hard to narrow it down to just one dish. I wanted to pick one for each holiday, but I can make this pie work for each holiday AND breakfast, lunch and dinner! Thanks fof the giveaway!

  253. says

    I absolutely LOVE sausage balls! Is that weird? Anyway, they are my fav probably because my mom made them every year….now I make them and my kids love them too :)

  254. Christina says

    On Thanksgiving, it’s got to be stuffing. Hands down.

    For Christmas, I’m going with Buckeyes (Chocolate candy with peanut butter/confection sugar inside).

  255. Nikki Howser says

    First, let me say I love your blog. I never comment, which i know is so annoying to bloggers, but know that I never miss a post :-)
    My favorite holiday food is…the hot drinks lol! Spiced cider, peppermint mochas, mulled wine…yum! And I’ve never tasted rum punch, which I sometimes read about in old english books, but I am determined to find a recipe and try it this winter!
    On a side note, I highly recommend the fictional book Talisman Ring by Georgette Heyer. It’s amazing. I’ve read it a hundred times at least :-) and the audible version is outstanding too.

  256. Jamie says

    Love dressing and sweet potato casserole. No marshmellows!!! Only brown sugar and pecans for me :)