THANKSGIVING COOKBOOK GIVEAWAY

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Because November is Thanksgiving Month.
Because we have so much to be grateful for.
Because I am thankful for every viewer of this blog.
Because we love to read cookbooks.

I’m giving away five lightly used cookbooks. These are smaller cookbooks, easily mailed to the winners. But each is filled with good recipes. I hate to part with them (especially two of my favorites), but viewers deserve a serious thank-you.

To enter:

Select your favorite topic from the list below. Leave your entry in the comments section of readeatlive.com by clicking on Reply under the title of this post. A window will open for your comment. It is as easy as that!

Topic List:

1. Seasonal Favorites
2. Burgers
3. Salads
4. Potatoes
5. Cooking with Painter Georgia O’Keeffe

Rules:
One entry per person. Winners will be drawn from the names of those who comment on this website in response to this post. (I like to hear from you via Facebook, Twitter or e-mail but that is not an entry for the cookbook giveaway.)
Entries will close at the end of the fourth day of the posting.

Winners will be posted as soon as possible after they have been informed they are winners, and I have received the addresses for mailing. Books will be mailed to winners at my expense via US Postal Service.

Contact me via Facebook or e-mail if you have questions.

Good luck to all (Please comment and enter) and Thanks for participating in the Thanksgiving Cookbook Giveaway!

The more the merrier. Happy Thanksgiving.

12 thoughts on “THANKSGIVING COOKBOOK GIVEAWAY

  1. Bonne Hall

    I thought I already replied but I join the others saying that i enjoy your blog…particularly the book section. As for me I love Salads. Happy Thanksgiving …

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  2. Kim Bowden-Adair

    Seasonal Favorites – of course it’s that time of year to plan Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners. For the first time in five years I’m hosting Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. I love planning menus and trying to challenge myself with new recipes. Of course the family wants all the traditional dishes. We’ll try for a mix!

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  3. maryann phimister

    Cookbooks, I love them! Don’t cook much, but love to read and pick out what I may cook or find a recipe for hubby to cook.
    Salads are a favorite. So many foods can be incorporated into a wonderful salad. Always willing to try something new.

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  4. Susan Carter

    My favorite topic among those shown is salads, although cooking with Georgia O’Keefe is really intruiging. I also agree with Karen that reading your blog is a reward in itself.

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