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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Gooseberry Patch Book Giveaway! The Christmas Table!

This Giveaway is now closed. The winner picked by random.org is #13 Danielle Willams. Congratulations Danielle.

Are you ready for another Gooseberry Patch book giveaway? Of course you are!
I don’t know of another holiday with the exception of Thanksgiving that we do so much cooking, than Christmas. It’ll be here before you know it. So if you’re looking for some new inspiring recipes then look no further.
Introducing to you the new Gooseberry Patch book:The Christmas Table
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Take a peek at the Contents:
Cozy Christmas Brunch
Chill-Chasing Soups & Breads
Caroling Party Supper
Classic Christmas Dinner
Festive Holiday Fare
Sweet Treats to Share
As you can see they have got you covered in the food department no matter what your need may be.
Would you like to see one of the yummy recipes I prepared?
Here is Delectable Baked Chicken, located on page 101
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Ingredients:
8 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 cup sour cream
1/4 cup lemon juice
4 t. Worcestershire sauce
1 T. garlic salt
2 t. paprika
2 t. salt
2 t. pepper
1-1/2 to 2 cups dry bread crumbs
1/2 cup melted butter
1/2 oil
cooked rice
Place chicken in a 13”x9” glass baking pan; set aside. In a bowl combine sour cream, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce and seasonings. Coat chicken evenly with sour cream mixture; cover and refrigerate overnight. About an hour before serving time, roll chicken in bread crumbs and return to pan. In a bowl, whisk together butter and oil; spoon half of mixture over chicken in pan. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Spoon remaining butter mixture over chicken. Bake 15 minutes longer, just until chicken juices run clear when pierced. Serve with cooked rice. Makes 8 servings.
And as usual the book is filled with fun tips and heartwarming stories on each and every page.
So I bet you’re now wondering how you can win this latest and greatest book.
Please read carefully so you don’t miss out on a chance to enter.
Make sure you leave a separate comment for each entry. Please make sure you leave a way to contact you. I’ve had a lot of Anonymous people enter with no way to contact them.
Mandatory Entry
1. Leave a comment telling me what you make for breakfast Christmas morning.
Bonus Entries
2. “Like” Gooseberry Patch on FB and leave me a comment telling me you did.
3. If you are a follower of my blog let me know in a separate comment.
4. “Like” Homesteader’s Heart on FB.
This contest is open to U.S. and Canadian Residents only and will end on Friday, June 8th 2012 @ 12:00 pm EST.
Good luck everyone and have a GREAT day!

64 comments:

  1. Well I would love to win the new Christmas Gooseberry Patch Cookbook and will tell you here too that Christmas Breakfast is easy, Coffee cake made the night before, muffins, coffee, orange juice ...easy so we can sit and
    watch the grands open their gifts...and we eat "big" later at
    dinner...Always love your postings on FB and your site....Love Gooseberry Patch Books too...Have a good day and thanks for the opportunity to win! Kris 3gah1152@gmail.com

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  2. This sounds like a neat cookbook. We always watch the grandkids open their presents followed by homemade cinnamon rolls. Happy times. . . cletaweaver@hotmail.com

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  3. I love sitting down with the Gooseberry Patch Christmas Books. The recipes are great as well as the stories. I am published in the Farmhouse Christmas cookbook. Christmas morning for my family is sticky buns and baked blueberry French toast.
    Hope I win The Christmas Table.

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  4. Christmas morning, we typically have something simple like monkey bread or cinnamon rolls...along with candy from our stockings : )

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  5. Christmas morning, we typically have something simple like monkey bread or cinnamon rolls...along with candy from our stockings : )

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  6. I liked gooseberry patch on FB

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  7. We usually have a light breakfast on Christmas like a bagel and cream cheese, and start preparing all the food for dinner.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOt)com

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  8. I am following you as Renee G on GFC
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  9. On CHRISTmas morning, we usually have an overnight breakfast casserole and homemade cinnamon rolls.
    rhondaree1958@yahoo.com

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  10. I am a fan of Gooseberry Patch on facebook.
    rhondaree1958@yahoo.com

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  11. Danielle WilliamsMay 31, 2012 at 6:47 PM

    I usually make cinnamon rolls fr breakfast! OR Monkey bread :)

    ssromans828@yahoo.com

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  12. Danielle WilliamsMay 31, 2012 at 6:49 PM

    I am a fan on FB of Gooseberry Patch

    ssromans828@yahoo.com

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  13. Danielle WilliamsMay 31, 2012 at 6:49 PM

    I subscribe to your blog

    ssromans828@yahoo.com

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  14. We usually have a breakfast casserole, coffee cake, and hot fruit salad. Everyone eats in shifts so we don't miss any of the action under the tree!

    Julie

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  15. Danielle WilliamsMay 31, 2012 at 6:49 PM

    I like Homesteaders Heart on Facebook

    ssromans828@yahoo.com

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  16. I "like" Gooseberry Patch on FB.

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  17. Hi! My Husband's family tradition is waffles for Christmas morning. My Mother - in - law makes dense waffles that my husband claims "Stick to your ribs"!

    Ginger

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  18. We usually have some of the bake goods ,liked cinnamon rolls and muffins
    thanks
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. Liked Gooseberry Patch on FB
    angela m
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. I follow you with gfc (flower_child_23)
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  21. Liked Homesteader’s Heart on FB.
    angela m
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  22. I love The Gooseberry books, I have a few of them. I follow you on FB, and pinterest. I also follow Gooseberry on FB. Christmas morning is usually coffee and an overnight breakfast casserole, before church. Then to the inlaws for the family get together, and gifts. Thanks!

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  23. I've been making Farmer's Breakfast Casserole from one of my GBP books for the last couple of years for Christmas breakfast...along with the sweet cream cheesy streudel for our sweet tooth...
    given3blessings@yahoo.com

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  24. I like GBP on FB!!!
    given3blessings@yahoo.com

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  25. I like Homesteader's Heart on FB!
    given3blessings@yahoo.com

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  26. I am now following your blog...
    given3blessings@yahoo.com

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  27. We have hashbrown casserole with bacon and eggs and toast. Of course nobody eats until the gifts are open. I cook breakfast while they play!

    Michelle
    mmwright@bex.net

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  28. I follow Gooseberry Patch on facebook!

    Michelle
    mmwright@bex.net

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  29. That looks yummy my friend! Well, last year we had baked caramel French toast, but I do something different every year and I refuse to think about that yet - LOL!

    Big why-are-you-making-me-think-about-Christmas-before-Summer-is-even-here size hugs to you!! Love you my sweet Christmas-obsessed friend! :)

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  30. Christmas morning I prepared my favorite: Waffles, loads of fresh sliced strawberries, topped with fresh/homemade whipped creme. Glass of ice water (heavy on the ice) & a cup of coffee. YUM !
    I copied the tomato tart recipe for the weekend. Thanks!
    I also re-liked the sites. Made a comment on fb & I am grateful for variety of meals you have given me. My tastebuds will never get bored!

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  31. Christmas morning I prepared my favorite: Waffles, loads of fresh sliced strawberries, topped with fresh/homemade whipped creme. Glass of ice water (heavy on the ice) & a cup of coffee. YUM !
    I copied the tomato tart recipe for the weekend. Thanks!
    I also re-liked the sites. Made a comment on fb & I am grateful for variety of meals you have given me. My tastebuds will never get bored!

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  32. Christmas morning I prepared my favorite: Waffles, loads of fresh sliced strawberries, topped with fresh/homemade whipped creme. Glass of ice water (heavy on the ice) & a cup of coffee. YUM !
    I copied the tomato tart recipe for the weekend. Thanks!
    I also re-liked the sites. Made a comment on fb & I am grateful for variety of meals you have given me. My tastebuds will never get bored!

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  33. I like Homesteader's Heart on Facebook.

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  34. Happy Holidays!! oh a little early okay...lol...What i serve for breakfast on Christmas Morning...I serve a fresh fruit filled cinnamon oatmeal with gingerbread shaped marshmellows on top!!! mmmm wish it was now....lol arlene Marie Pitts, carpediem5790@yahoo.com

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  35. I already love Gooseberry Patch on facebook. In fact, that is where I first discovered them. what a great couple of ladies! arlene Marie Pitts, carpediem5790

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  36. I already follow your blog and i love every minute of it. It is one that i really look forward to reading when it hits my email! Thank you for sharing your life with me. arlene Marie Pits, carpediem5790@yahoo.com

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  37. I already like/love you on Facebook! You are in my daily rounds for checking out sites on Facebook. Thank you for sponsoring this giveaway, thank you, truly, very much! arlene Marie Pitts carpediem5790@yahoo.com

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  38. This one book i really really really really really really want. I hope I win...surely then, it will add to the happiness of our holidays!!! arlene Marie Pitts
    carpediem5790@yahoo.com

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  39. This is our Christmas casserole which we eat with oj.

    http://lauraofharvestlane.wordpress.com/2007/12/21/a-christmas-weekend-menu-cooking-schedule/

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  40. Baked French Toast is the best!!!! So yummy and out of this world good! I prepare it the night before and pop it in the oven first thing in the morning.

    I'd love to be able to create something from this cookbook this Christmas. Thanks the chance to enter and win!

    Joan
    jcrunkle@gmail.com

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  41. We love to have something like country ham, scrambled eggs, and homemade biscuits for Christmas breakfast!

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  42. Thank you for such a nice giveaway prize! I am also a follower here on your blog!

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  43. We have made it a tradition for many years to go out for breakfast. It didn't work out this year, with Christmas on Sunday, that we could go. Don't remember what I fixed.
    Jennie
    rmc18mom@gmail.com

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  44. I don't miss a post on your blog, and love all of them. Yours is always the one I look forward to reading.
    Jennie
    rmc18mom@gmail.com

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  45. I would like to be entered in the contest - thank you!

    For Christmas morning breakfast I always make sausage balls and either cinnamon rolls, a coffee cake or some kind of sweet bread.

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  46. I "like" Gooseberry Patch on fb. I'm the fan of the week this week! :-)

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  47. I "like" Homesteader's Heart on fb.

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  48. We have sausage cheese balls on Christmas morning, pecan butter balls, cheese wafers.

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  49. We have Christmas Casserole, I prepare it Christmas Eve night, stick it in the fridge and on Christmas morning I get up before everyone and stick it in the oven while everyone starts opening their stockings! There are two or three different recipes I've used over the years, all Gooseberry Patch recipes!

    contact me at kalamity99@hotmail.com

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  50. My favorite Christmas breakfast is a sweet fruit breakfast casserole that marinates in the frig overnight before baking in the morning, simple home fries made with just potatoes, onions, salt, olive oil & just a dab of butter for flavor, & for those that just want a quick bite, donuts - usually with chocolate on top - Oh & don't forget the coffee - very important - coffee.

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  51. I have already like "Gooseberry Patch" on facebook and I have a large collection of their books.

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  52. & I have already like "Homesteader's Heart" on facebook.

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  53. & I follow & LOVE you blog <3

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  54. Thank you for the chance to win .Love Gooseberry Patch and all th ecookbooks.I did like on FB.
    Christmas morning we enjoy homemade cinnamon & pecan rolls or coffee cakes and depending on year and dinner plans an egg bake,.It is a relaxed morning.
    jpkamp@frontier.com

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  55. I like Gooseberry Patch on facebook
    sue g
    buzzbrian@aol.com

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  56. Christmas Morning we have Orange Cinnamon rolls & Coffee : ) They smell so cozy Christmas morning !!!

    jennirae04@hotmail.com

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  57. I do like GP on FB = )

    jennirae04@hotmail.com

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  58. I started following Homesteader's Heart on blogger !!!

    jennirae04@hotmail.com

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  59. I liked homesteader's heart on FB = )

    jennirae04@hotmail.com

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