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Giveaway: Pioneer Woman’s Cookbook

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Merry Christmas from Write From Karen!

Want to win your very own Pioneer Woman Cookbook?

Here’s what you do:

Tell me (or link to) your favorite recipe (not in this book, though that’s fine, too, but your favorite recipes, overall).

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I’ll draw a winner via random.org at 11:00 a.m. CST December 4th.

(This giveaway is open to US residents/addresses only. Thank you).

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55 thoughts on “Giveaway: Pioneer Woman’s Cookbook”

  1. My favorite recipe is so simple:

    2 potatoes peeled and diced, cooked until just tender
    10 oz package of spinach, thawed
    1 can of diced tomatoes
    1 can of unsweetened coconut milk
    1-2 t of curry powder
    1 can chickpeas drained and rinsed

    I just toss everything into the pan and let it simmer for about 30 minutes on a medium to low heat. You can use frozen cubed potatoes as well, and adjust all the quantities. It makes a really tasty and creamy curry. I serve it with homemade naan or brown rice. My toddler even loves it.

  2. One of my favorite recipes is make ahead potatoes.

    Peel then boil 8-10 medium sized potatoes. Mash with a block of cream cheese and 8 oz of sour cream. Add salt and pepper to taste. Transfer to a baking dish and dot with butter. Bake at 350 degrees for a half an hour.

  3. Frsh Cranberry-Orange relish is a family fav for Thanksgiving. Use a food processor to mince 1 fresh orange, 1/2 bag of cranberries. Once minced, mixand add 1/2 cup white sagar. Let sit half an hour before serving.

  4. ANOTHER OF MY FAST AND EASY ITEMS IS BACON AND TOMATO SANDWICH…FRY BACON, SLICE TOMATOES…ON TWO PIECES OF TOAST PUT SOME MAYO, SOME LETTUCE AND THEN THE BACON SLICES AND TOMATOES…THEN ENJOY

  5. My favorite fast and easy reipe for avocado-

    Mash a ripe avocado. Add a clove of garlic through a press, salt, pepper, lemon juice and olive oil-all to taste. Yummy.

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  6. At our house we make our own cranberry sauce. We combine
    a cup of water, a cup of sugar and a bag of fresh cranberries.
    Stir occasionally until it comes to a boil and all the cranberries
    pop. Allow to cool. Tastes much better than canned cranberry
    sauce.

    Thanks for the contest. Happy holidays.

  7. MY FAVORITE RECIPE IS THE POTATO SALAD THAT I BUY AT THE DELI….NO OTHER RECEIPE TASTES SO GOOD…AND I AM SORRY THAT I DO NOT HAVE A RECEIPE FOR IT

  8. This one of my favorite dips to make for get-togethers.

    Spicy Chicken Dip

    1 can of beast meat chicken Shredded up
    8 oz. sour cream
    14 oz. jalapenp pimento cheese
    1 pkg Hidden Valley Ranch Dip Mix

    Mix all together & serve with Fritos Scoops

  9. My fave Thanksgiving Recipe is also the simplest!

    1C Water
    1C Sugar
    I package of Cranberries

    Add suger to water in medium sauce pan, bring to boil. Add cranberries to pan, bring back to boil, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool at room temperature, then redeigerate for 2 hrs.

    YUM! It wouldn’t be a thanksgiving Feast without it.

    I love that book! Or will, when I win it. I hope.

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