Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Fun Holiday Giveaway


I'm officially in holiday mode, how about you? We got a good head start on our shopping and planning on finishing up this weekend. Christmas cards are all ready to go out next week and I'm trying to finalize my baking list.

I'm definitely a big baker around the holidays. Between planning for my annual cookie exchange and baking several varieties of cookies and candies to deliver to friends and family, I stay pretty busy. These are two things I love to do before Christmas! With that being said, I spend some time beforehand thumbing through cookbooks, old magazines and the Internet for new inspiration.

I have quite the collection of Taste of Home magazines. I've subscribed for as long as I can remember and keep them all nicely organized in magazine holders. I love to take them out from time to time to get new inspiration. Unfortunately I'm running out of room and I've decided I really need to try parting with some of these. That's where my giveaway comes in.

I've got a brand new cookbook I picked up filled with fun cookie ideas for the holidays that I'd like to send to one of my readers. I'm also throwing in a couple of Christmas magazines that I've held onto, one is filled with yummy looking cookie and candy recipes and another has a little bit of everything. You'll find not only ideas for holiday desserts but also recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

Would you like a chance to win? It's pretty easy and I'm giving you 4 chances.

1. Leave a comment on this post telling me about one of your favorite holiday traditions, it doesn't have to be cooking/baking related.
2. Follow Been There Baked That on google reader (over on the right side of the page)
3. Follow Been There Baked That on Facebook
4. Follow me on Pinterest

There you go, 4 chances to win. Please leave a separate comment for each entry. I will choose a winner via random.org on Thursday evening and post the winner on Friday. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.

13 comments:

  1. We love to choose a different "themed meal" for Christmas each year on my side. One year might be Mexican, one year different soups, one year Italian...we have yet to chose this year's dish!

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  2. I follow you on Google Reader (or at least I think I did that right awhile back) :)

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  3. You are my favorite one to follow on Facebook :)

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  4. I should still follow you on Pinterest from last time, although I am not entirely sure how to check that. :)

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  5. My favorite holiday tradition is driving around looking at Christmas lights. I appreciate good decorating!

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  6. One of my favorite holiday traditions is driving around looking at Christmas lights with my kids. We like to take the little kalidescopes and look at them.

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  7. My favorite holiday tradition is going out to Fairbanks to the Wapsie Pine tree farm to cut down our tree then we go into the building so the kids can have there picture taken with Santa. then the get hot choc and cookies (and yes my kids are in high school . We have been going out there for 19 years .

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  8. i am continueing a tradition that my mom did with me growin up and that is getting a new christmas ornament each year for the kids so they can have a good collection when they move out on their own. I now follw you on all pages.

    Honesty

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  9. My favorite holiday tradition is making hot cocoa and popping a Christmas movie in the DVD player before settling in to wrap gifts. It makes the chore lots of fun.

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