Thanksgiving Giveaway

Nov
22


Win a Le Creuset 2-Quart cherry batter bowl! Do you not need this fabulous bowl in your kitchen???

For a chance to win: Show me your Thanksgiving favorites! Whether it’s your stuffing/dressing, a dessert, a side dish, or anything else, show me what your family has to have on your Thanksgiving table. Submit your Thanksgiving recipe then leave a comment on this post telling me the name of the recipe you submitted! You can enter multiple times for this contest by submitting more than one recipe. Leave one comment per submitted recipe for multiple chances to win.

This giveaway will remain open to entry from now (right now!) until noon Eastern (U.S.) on Thanksgiving Day (November 25).

One winner will be drawn by random comment number to receive the batter bowl. Eligible entry cut-off is 12 noon Eastern (U.S.) time Thursday (November 25). This post will be updated with the winner by 4 p.m. Eastern (U.S.) time Thursday (November 25). Return to this post to claim your prize.

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THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED. The winning comment number is #14, tea4too0. Email me at CITRgiveaways(at)yahoo.com with your full name and address for shipping!




Comments

  1. Dede ~ wvhomecanner says:

    I won one of these on a previous giveaway, and it is beeeautiful! I love it but after some thought I gave it to my daughter-in-law, who is hoping to unpack her wedding gifts soon (that include red small appliances) when they move into the apartment they are remodeling. It just seemed to belong in her kitchen even more than mine 🙂

    Dede

  2. Pete says:

    Just added a new favorite here, a Sweet Potato Pie with Marshmallow Meringue. Could anything say Thanksgiving more than Sweet Potato Pie??

    Well, other than turkey, of course!

  3. Kellie says:

    I submitted the Brown Sugar Pecan Cupcakes with Caramel Frosting recipe. I so need this bowl because my mixing bowl is a plastic 12 year old Act II popcorn bowl. Hope I win.

  4. bonnie says:

    I submitted the “Best and Easy Corn Casserole” recipe which is a family favorite and goes to all potlucks as well! I hope someone tries it.

  5. CindyP says:

    I submitted Ham Roll-Ups….super easy and delicious appetizer that is on the menu at every big family get-together.

    I REALLY want this bowl!

  6. CindyP says:

    Rotel Cheese Dip added — super easy hot cheese dip that you can make as spicy as you’d like.

  7. heidiannie says:

    I submitted our family’s bread stuffing. I would just eat this for Thanksgiving if I could! I love that batter bowl!

  8. CindyP says:

    Cucumber & Rye appetizer added.

    I REALLY want this bowl! LOL!

  9. annabel52 says:

    Just submitted my favorite Chocolate Chess Pie recipe that everyone requests for family get gatherings. Now I am off to bake 8 of these for the bake sale at school this week. I think my nephew could eat all 8 of those pies at one time, he loves them that much!!!

  10. justdeborah2002 says:

    Just signed up, and submitted a fall standby that is perfect for Thanksgiving…Applesauce Cake. Delicious, easy, perfect for desert as well as breakfast the next morning! And I would dearly love this batter bowl, it made me gasp with its beauty!

  11. Toto's Mom says:

    That’s much prettier than my Pyrex batter bowl & would look great on our Thanksgiving table filled with soup. I’m sharing a recipe for oranges stuffed with sweet potatoes which is always a hit!

  12. Mindy says:

    I added an Egg Nog recipe; it’s a tradition in our family to have Egg Nog during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday.

  13. Rachel says:

    I just submitted a recipe for my family’s favorite cranberry salad with mandarin oranges. Its been a hit for my entire life. And its so easy! My kitchen is all in reds, so that bowl would be so beautiful at my house, or in my mother’s newly remodeled country kitchen accented with red!

  14. tea4too0 says:

    I have submitted my favorite dish, Yum Yum Salad.
    The name says it all.
    T

  15. Miss HomeEcs Daughter says:

    I have submitted a family favorite Thanksgiving dish.

    I so want this bowl…lol

    Brenda

  16. Judy says:

    I submitted my Bread Machine Roll recipe. I have people mad at me if I don’t make these at Thanksgiving as well as Christmas.

  17. IowaCowgirl says:

    I added Aunt Ramona’s Pecan Pie recipe.

  18. Ramona says:

    This would match the couple of precious Le Creuset pieces that I have so beautifully. Plus I have an affliction for batter bowls. I luv them.

    I added My Momma’s Cherry Pie!

  19. Ashlee says:

    I submitted Ranch Jiffy Corn Casserole. My husband refuses to eat a Thanksgiving dinner without it!

  20. Sugarbelle says:

    Hi Suzanne…I submitted Sweet Potato Souffle.It is so yummy!! I’ve had this recipe for so long that the page has wandered out of the cookbook & I keep it safely in my “holiday recipes only” box so I always know its whereabouts 🙂

  21. Jenn G says:

    Just submitted Southern Pineapple Au Gratin to the recipes! It sounds strange, but it is just amazing with turkey or ham for the holidays! I’d love to win the batter bowl, it is lovely!

  22. Rustinsmommy says:

    I submitted orange dreamsicle salad.

  23. Connie says:

    I submitted roasted vegetables, our family’s favorite!

  24. Mrs.Turkey says:

    I entered Molded Jello Salad. I’d really like to win that red batter bowl. It really would liven up my kitchen.

    Mrs. Turkey

  25. Neener says:

    I just submitted Bourban Sweet Potatoes. As I said there, I make sweet potatoes every year, but have never actually made this recipe. I just found this recipe, but it will definately be the sweet potatoe dish on my table this Thanksgiving. It sounds sssoooooo good, I can’t wait to make it and have a big old heapin’ helpin’. I would really, really, really love to win this bowl. Just gorgous!

  26. Letty says:

    I sent the Crunchy Crack Slaw recipe…..because I love that bowl…and I’m having some slaw now…and I’m gonna have some tomorrow…and the next day….L

  27. Vicki says:

    I submitted Freezer Crescent Rolls. They are my family’s favorite, and it isn’t a holiday without them. Anytime I go to a potluck dinner, the organizer will say to me, “And would you mind terribly bringing your rolls?” They are easy to make and I have never given out the recipe and heard of a failure–they are pretty much foolproof. You can bake them without freezing them, but it is so convenient to have some in the freezer for fuss-free holidays or Sunday dinners.

  28. Enjay says:

    I submitted my family’s Mandarin Orange Salad, a staple at holidays and birthdays. My 7 year old has been opening the cupboard to look at the orange gelatin, dream whip and mandarin oranges and then wistfully asking if we can “taste test” the recipe NOW rather than wait until Thanksgiving…LOL

  29. Roz says:

    I entered our family favorite – Sinful Potatoes. They are too good to have very often, but when we do make them, they don’t last very long at all!

    I hope I can win that batter bowl!!

  30. justdeborah2002 says:

    I am not a fan of stuffing, but I posted the recipe I’ve created to appease stuffing lovers, while still enjoying it myself.
    Seeing this batter bowl made me pull out an old plastic batter bowl I have and use it again. Cheap imitation, leading to crossed fingers lol

  31. justdeborah2002 says:

    ooops, I should have said the name…Non-stuffing Stuffing is the name of my recipe

  32. linda says:

    I just submitted my mother’s raw cranberry salad recipe to the recipe forum. She made it for Thanksgiving and Christmas; it has a festive appearance because of the red cranberries and the orange, and it is so easy.
    I love red and that batter bowl would make me happy!!

  33. Toto's Mom says:

    I’m sharing my Easy Cranberries recipe. So good – so easy. Now send me that gorgeous Batter Bowl!

  34. Mom2ThreeAdoptedSibs says:

    I shared my newest recipe Butternut Squash Pie/Pudding. I love the color and the richness of this nearly guilt free dessert!!! 🙂

  35. living2ride says:

    I submitted a recipe for Crocked Pumpkin. YUM!

  36. Northern's Lady says:

    Pink Junk! It’s a family tradition!

  37. IowaCowgirl says:

    I just added Rollickes. They look complicated, but are not….heavenly rolls made with mashed potatoes.

  38. SoBelle says:

    I submitted Generations Past Pumpkin Pie. This recipe goes back so many generations, we’ve lost track! I have updated the recipe to use canned pumpkin and premade pie crust, but it is still the best pumpkin pie recipe ever! I get requests for it every year at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Psst…I’ve never shared the recipe with anyone until now! Enjoy!

  39. Jill says:

    I submitted a fabulous dessert that can also be used for breakfast or brunch.

  40. Jill says:

    i guess I should tell you that the name is Easy Cream Cheese Crescent Roll Dessert. It’s a big hit at work anytime.

  41. daiseymae says:

    I submitted Pumpkin Pie from Homemade Puree. It is the one item on my Thanksgiving Menu that never changes. From the 1950 Better Homes and Gardens cookbook, it is divine. Nothing fancy, but the purity and simplicity of it is what makes it delicious!

  42. mygirls01 says:

    I submitted my Sopapilla Cheesecake recipe, that my family requires me to bring to every Thanksgiving.

  43. mygirls01 says:

    I submitted my dad’s Apple Crisp recipe that I begged him forever to give me the recipe for!!

  44. mygirls01 says:

    I submitted my grandma’s Potato Casserole recipe that she made every year for Thanksgiving.

  45. Kerrie says:

    That red bowl would perfectly match my kitchen. I think I need it!!
    I submitted a sweet potato casserole recipe that I just love–topped with a brown sugar and pecan topping. Yum.
    Every year I volunteer to help prepare the food for the local homeless shelter’s Thanksgiving meal and this is the dish I take. It’s always a huge hit with everyone.

  46. Patrice says:

    I submitted a recipe for Cranberry Caramel Apple Sauce to put on your ice cream when you run out of pie! This is a caramel dessert topping, not cranberry sauce that’s used as a condiment for the main dish.

  47. Patrice says:

    I entered my recipe for oven roasted root vegetables. I bet I’ve made it at least 300 times!

  48. LK says:

    I added my family’s favorite dessert…Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie. There are always a few made, and it is always asked for. There are never any leftovers. I love to make the filling for a healthy anytime snack as well.

  49. Auntie Amy says:

    I just added a great recipe for Spiced Pecans! Fun and different for the holidays!

  50. lauren says:

    I have a red kitchen!! this bowl belongs in it!! 🙂 I submitted Italian Mac and Cheese recipe, a super yummy swing on mac and cheese 🙂

  51. Auntie Amy says:

    I submitted a recipe for Zucchini Pie and found the recipe in a trusted, church cookbook local to my area which was submitted by a neighbor of my mother.

  52. SaraBeth says:

    I submitted Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes. I made it for one Thanksgiving dinner, and now I’m not allowed to not make it. It replaced my grandfather’s Candied Yams recipe, which we all loved.

    My kitchen is Yellow & Red.

  53. bonita says:

    Spiced Maple-Glazed Pecans, always have to make extra, somehow these disappear quickly!

  54. stellans says:

    From Scratch Green Bean Casserole is the recipe I submitted.

    I found it online a few years ago on a very nice person’s blog. I wish I still had the link to it, but I don’t, and I can’t remember whose blog it was.

  55. Sharon mommafox says:

    I submitted Cranberry Salad. My kids seem to think it isn’t Thanksgiving without it.

  56. Ulrike says:

    Autumn Spiced Pumpkin Pie. Yum!

  57. Pam says:

    I submitted my Sweet Potato Casserole recipe. It always gets lot of compliments and I always have people asking me to make it again.

  58. Auntie Amy says:

    Just submitted a great macaroon recipe. That red mixing bowl would be perfect for my daughter-soon to be bride!

  59. udder view farm says:

    I just submitted a Cranberry Upside Down Cake…we normally have to double the recipe! 🙂

    It would be fun to make the cake batter in my new bowl!

  60. bonita says:

    Submitted my dad’s favorite, Liptauer Cheese Spread, in hopes of a L/C red batter bowl.

  61. Auntie Amy says:

    Just submitted a great recipe for Twice Baked Potatoes. That red mixing bowl would be ideal to mix the potato filling in:) Love these potatoes. My own recipe:)

  62. Mindy says:

    I added Buttermilk Walnut Pie. (I’ve also used pecans in place of the walnuts and it is equally as good.)

  63. Mindy says:

    I added Strawberry Walnut Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing.

  64. barbie says:

    I just submitted my first recipe to the Farm Bell Blog! I am sharing Aunt Gene’s recipe for cranberry salad. I have made it every year for the last 40 years for Thanksgiving. I could use new kitchen equipment after 40 years of cooking and baking–like Le Creuset cherry batter bowl.

  65. DonnaTN says:

    I submitted a long standing holiday favorite that my Mom made, cola salad. The batter bowl is so pretty. Thanks for opportunity to win it.

  66. drucillajoy says:

    I just submitted my recipe for Cranberry – Raisin Pie, I’ve been making it for years, it is delicious!
    I’d love to win the batter bowl, it’s so pretty!

  67. scrapperdeb says:

    I just submitted a recipe for Harvest Squash Bread. My daughter posted pictures on our family blog last year, and you can find them here:
    http://girottifamily.typepad.com/mountain_musings/2009/10/harvest-squash-bread.html

    I’d love to win the batter bowl. Thanks for the chance.

  68. BuckeyeGirl says:

    I left a recipe for something different. Mini onion kugles. Believe it or not, not everyone loves potatoes and these are easy to prep ahead and pop into the oven.

  69. Blyss says:

    My mother’s Cranberry Jello Salad recipe has been submitted. I was so busy cooking all the CITR recipes I never stopped to enter until now. This is the thought that woke me up this morning!
    I have to say, of course, that winning the bowl would be exciting, but more importantly, this has been a Thanksgiving to remember, as my daughter has developed a new interest in cooking. She has always been a good baker, but has never stopped to consider what is behind cooked dishes. With her first semester of being away at college almost behind her, and her desire to eat something besides (homemade) Hamburger Helper, Spaghetti, or Mac and Cheese growing stronger, she tackled making some of the recipes I had selected all by herself.
    She is VERY proud to be serving up the Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes, Mom’s Green Bean Casserole and Suzanne’s Scalloped corn later today!
    Thanks everyone… she no longer laughs at me when I talk (non-stop) about my “Chickens In The Road Family.” Maybe she is afraid I will ask her to cut up more pig fat to render lard when she comes home for a weekend to do her laundry? LOL
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

  70. Pete says:

    Just added the Guittard Chocolate Chip cookie recipe. It is a special occasion thing around here, and a pan of it just came out of the oven. Hadn’t planned to post it because my recipe is on a well worn old card, and I am just too lazy to do all that writing. But, Guittard has the recipe on their site, so it is now posted. Hurray!! Pics will be posted later. After it cools and is cut.

  71. Pete says:

    And finally got around to adding the Green Tomato Relish that has instantly become a hit around here. It is yummy, almost like a chutney, sort of, but an excellent addition to salads, sandwiches etc.

  72. Auntie Amy says:

    Just sent a great recipe for boiled frosting-perfect for an angel food cake. Trusted recipe from Grandma’s church cookbook.

  73. Laura Newton says:

    One of our favorites is summer squash casserole. Thanks Laura

  74. Laura Newton says:

    My Dad loves to have REAL stuffing with the chicken gizzards added in. I’m not a fan of the gizzards…But still a tradition. Laura

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