Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Christmas and The Pioneer Woman! {giveaway!}

Ree was so sweet recently to send me a copy of her new cookbook, A Year of Holidays.

It is amazing!! It is one of the most beautiful cookbooks I think I've ever seen. Seriously.
It's HUGE! And heartwarming. And inspirational. And made me teary eyed. (cookbooks shouldn't make people tear up, but this one did.)
Some recipes are incredibly simple. (like chocolate dipped marshmallows.) And some are much fancier, but of course Ree lays it all out in a way that lets you know you can do it too. (like prime rib. and quail.)

I have loved all of her cookbooks, but this one is just on a whole new level. It will be loved and used for years and years.
It covers every possible holiday and is full of tips for timing and making your meal planning easier.


Barn Kitty jumped up while I was trying to snap photos.


Lilo just wanted the food on the pages to come to reality so she could eat it all.


For Christmas I just want a big bowl of Burgundy Mushrooms. No meat required. Just shrooms.


And maybe a side of guacamole. Because there's never enough guac in my life. Ever.


And I'll finish with Caramel Apple Sweet Rolls. Because they have fruit in them, and I'm all about having a healthy balanced diet.


And guess what? Ree has agreed to sign a cookbook and ship it straight to you!
How cool is that?!
As great as that is, we will also include one of our new Christmas ornaments from The Rusted Chain! (you choose Santa or Snowman.)


So you can win a signed cookbook from The Pioneer Woman and a custom ornament from The Rusted Chain!! 

To enter: Leave a comment on this blog answering "What is your favorite Christmas food?"
(for additional entries: Tweet this, Facebook it, or Pin one of the above images to pinterest. Please leave additional comments for each thing you do.)

We'll draw a random winner this Friday.
(I'm not paid or compensated in any way to do this giveaway. I wasn't asked to do it. I just love food, Ree, Christmas, and The Rusted Chain. The end.)

1,436 comments:

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Linda V said...

I love the turkey and mashed potatoes

Sissy said...

My mama's peanut butter fudge YUM!

Anonymous said...

My favorite holiday food is my Mother''s CORNBREAD DRESSING I have to double, even triple this as it goes so fast at my house. My grown children have to take some home. Mom died of cancer in 1995. She was a great cook, but had few of these written down. CORNBREAD DRESSING we made one day so I could capture the ingredients and her secrets. I would LOVE to win Ree's newest book

Bccal@brazosnet.com

Hot Chocolate Hits said...

Each year on Christmas we always indulge in some hot chocolate with whipped cream. I'm Hindu, so we don't really celebrate the holiday, however, nothing says Christmas in our house like some good ol' hot chocolate.

Hot Chocolate Hits said...

Each year on Christmas we always indulge in some hot chocolate with whipped cream. I'm Hindu, so we don't really celebrate the holiday, however, nothing says Christmas in our house like some good ol' hot chocolate.

Anonymous said...

My favorite christmas food is peppermint ice cream

Cindy Rhoden said...

Nana's candy, also known as Butterscotch haystacks. It's a family tradition.

Carah said...

I really love sugar cookies-no icing, with milk. Yum! We also do peppermint ice cream during Christmas, and chocolate covered pretzels...gosh, I'm getting hungry just thinking about it!!

Kayrene said...

I love all the Christmas cookies. I try to make about a dozen or so different cookies each year and always try something new. but then all the Christmas dinner food that people only make for the holidays rates pretty high on the list too!!

Barbara Taylor said...

My mother's recipe for emerald punch!

Dsuiter said...

I love the homemade frosted sugar cookies. Decorating them is the best part!

Dsuiter said...

I tweeted it

Dsuiter said...

I pinned it

Dsuiter said...

I posted it on facebook

Cheryl Ford said...

fudge

Anonymous said...

My favorite food at Christmas is fudge

Kristen said...

I love Christmas sugar cookies with cream cheese icing :)

Anonymous said...

My mother-in-law's date thumbprint cookies - - - only get them at xmas time!!!! <3 noreenzarmbinski@yahoo.com

Soheila Makhani said...

DRINKING EGGNOG AND MAKING GINGER BREAD HOUSE WITH MY NIECES AND NEPHEWS. LOVE THE PIONEER WOMAN SHOW AND WATCH ALL THE EPISODES, EVEN THE RE RUNS.LEARN A LOT FROM IT. THANKS REE. YOU HAVE A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY.

dstoutholcomb said...

Christmas sugar cookies

Maria Jones said...

I like Christmas Crack. It is a very addictive cookie

Regina Weekley said...

Hands down my granny's stuffing. She always made the best to go with her 15 lb turkey. She's been gone for 9 1/2 years but seems like yesterday she made it.

Sherry Grimes said...

pumpkin roll sooooooooooooooo good

Erin said...

We have shrimp each Christmas... look forward to it every year!

Erin said...

I shared on Facebook :)

Unknown said...

Love all the nut and fruit breads!!!

Carol said...

Love the pies!!!

Anonymous said...

fudge

Anonymous said...

fudge

Anonymous said...

I always look forward to the Turducken! Yummy.

Marcy Shuler
bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

Laura @ Lauras Baking Talent said...

I love fudge :) I know you can eat it all year long but it tastes so much better at Christmas :)

karen knapp said...

Fudge , snowball cookies , and pecan tarts!!!! All those sweet treats I don't get any other time!

smkh said...

it's a cross between savory and sweet. my carrot gratin and then coconut fudge. not together. :)

Marjorie/cenya2 said...

Perogies are my favourite food to make for Christmas.

cenya2 at Hotmail dot com

The Picket Fence said...

Christmas Sugar Cookies!!

Kasie Lee said...

Christmas is my favorite time of year! I am serious I watch Christmas movies all year long! One of my favorite Christmas foods would have to be Graham Pie or my homemade peanut butter balls and mound bars.

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