Friday, November 4, 2011

Gooseberry Patch Quick and Easy Christmas Cookbook Giveaway and Review

Gooseberry Patch Quick and Easy Christmas Cookbook provides the solution, featuring quick & easy homestyle dishes that can be prepared in 30 minutes or less, or with 8 or fewer ingredients.

They have simplified the season, with lots of easy recipes and tips for crowd-pleasing Christmas feasts and no-stress New Year's Eve entertaining. Plus, they've sprinkled in plenty of heartwarming holiday memories and clever tips for natural holiday decorating and easy-to-make gifts. So this year, spend more time celebrating with family and friends, and less time in the kitchen.

This book is full of 209 recipes and many illustrations and tips. It is spiral bound so it will lay flat on your counter making it easy to read as you make the recipes. Chapters include Breakfast and Brunch, Snacks and Appetizers, Soups, Sides and Salads, Mains, Desserts and more.

Last night for dinner I made the Cheesy Rice and Ham (with broccoli florets) by Robin Arnold of Fort Worth, Tx on page136. It's an easy casserole using cook rice, diced ham, shredded cheese, warmed milk and eggs, then I threw in some veggies for good measure. It was perfect for our busy night, quick to make and best of all it was good. It reminded us of another casserole I make that is similar.

Anyways, I will be giving a copy of Gooseberry Patch Quick and Easy Christmas to one of you and I really hope that it will arrive before Christmas so you can use it.

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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about Gooseberry Patch. The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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23 Lovely Comments:

suburban prep said...

We share the responsibilities of bringing different parts of the meal.

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karenmed409 said...

a lot of planning on menu's, and keeping organized.
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Anonymous said...

we have alot of family get togethers during Christmas. What makes it easier is to have the meals potluck style. We usually designate certain people to bring certain items. It's always great and we eat way too much!!
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Debbi said...

For our big Christmas dinner, I do as much prep as possible the day before.

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Anonymous said...

My Mother makes the turkey and the other family members bring a side dish or dessert.

Jessica @Blessings in the Country said...

We keep it simple! Plan it out, no last minute rushing to the store.

Thanks for the giveaway!

carpediem5790 said...

I do as much as I can ahead of time. arlene Marie Pitts Happy Holidays

carpediem5790 said...

forgot to leave my email for previous blog for arlene Marie Pitts email: I said i do as much as i can ahead of time.

royalegacy said...

I try to do as much as possible ahead of time, and make it as simple as possible

ButterYum said...

Excellent giveaway. I'd love to add this book to my collection.

PS - please contact me through my blog if I win.

carpediem5790 said...

I have wanted this book for a long long time! I sure hope I win. Having it would surely be Santa bringing me the present I really really want. arlene Marie

LovesAvocado said...

I prep what I can the day before. Also, my mom helps me a lot by cooking the turkey. :)

Teslaca said...

To make things a little easier, I make the longer cooking items ahead of time and freeze them. Potatoes and butternut squash get boiled and mashed and put into recloseable bags. I also parbake rolls and breads and freeze them.

bettycd said...

Do not hesitate to make the meal a potluck! Stick to the basics and remember that healthy alternatives are appreciated. Loaded potato recipes can contain the calories normally apportioned to an entire meal. Consider using some broth vs heavy cream.

OTA Mom said...

I let my MIL cook whatever she wants, then I fill in the gaps--that way she gets to feel like she is running the show and I have less work!!! :)

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Christian said...

Team work! We're all volunteer to make a certain part of the dinner. It's not stressful, and we enjoy doing it. (

♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

I prepare (and cook) certain dishes ahead of time and freeze / refrigerate

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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Debbi said...

I'm so excited to win this! I have e-mailed you my address. I can't wait for it to arrive. Thank you again!

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