Monday, 9 December 2013

Giveaway Day / Un prix à gagner

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.  The winner is Raina.  Thank you all for entering and leaving such great comments.  I now have all kinds of new ideas for holidays meals!

MISE À JOUR:  Ce concours est maintenant terminé et la gagnante est Raina.  Merci d'avoir participé en si grand nombre et d'avoir offert de généreux commentaires.  J'ai maintenant plein de nouvelles idées pour nos menus des fêtes!


Hello everyone!  It is Giveaway Day once again, and I am happy to offer this little fabric basket, which is an ideal size to store small cuts of fabrics like fat quarters, but can also be used for all kinds of small items.  

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post, telling me what food is a holiday tradition in your home.

The giveaway is open to everyone, only one entry per person, and I will happily ship to international visitors. The winner will be chosen at random among all eligible entries.  Please make sure that I have a way to reach you, otherwise I will have to draw another name.  Giveaway will close on Friday, December 13, at 8 PM EST, and I will email the winner over the weekend and announce it here.

Make sure to visit Sew Mama Sew Blog and check out all the other great giveaways.

Have fun and good luck!

Sylvie

Bonjour tout le monde!  Juste en temps pour les fêtes, voici un petit prix à gagner.  J'offre ce petit panier en tissu, qui est d'une taille idéale pour y ranger des petites coupes de tissus comme les "fat quarters", mais aussi toute sorte d'autres petites babioles.

Pour participer, il suffit de laisser un commentaire sur cet article et de me dire quel mets est une tradition des fêtes chez vous.

Le tirage est ouvert à toutes, une seule inscription par personne, et je serai heureuse d'expédier à l'international.  La gagnante sera choisie au hasard parmi toutes les inscriptions.  Assurez-vous bien de laisser vos coordonnées pour que je puisse vous contacter, autrement je devrai tirer un autre nom.  La période d'inscription prendra fin vendredi le 13 décembre, à 20h00, heure du Québec, et la gagnante sera contactée par courriel pendant le week-end, en plus d'être annoncée ici.

Ne manquez pas de visiter aussi le blog de Sew Mama Sew pour voir tous les autres tirages.

Amusez-vous bien et je vous souhaite la meilleure des chances!

Sylvie

140 comments:

  1. We always have baked eggs on Christmas morning :)

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  2. What a cute little box! We always have beef stew for Christmas Eve dinner, and ravioli and roasted chicken for Christmas dinner.

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  3. I love Pumpkin Pie during the holidays. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  4. Christmas Cookies! I am especially fond of Rum Balls. Yum. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  5. Our family tradition is to have homemade ravioli on Christmas day.

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  6. We have stuffed turkey for Christmas!AriadnefromGreece!

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  7. We have a ham on Christmas Day

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  8. We always have a tourtiére on Christmas Eve and shortbread is always on hand.
    I'd love to win your basket - thanks for the chance.
    Merry Christmas!

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  9. We make Swedish Tea Rings for our friends and neighbors as gifts. It is quite an undertaking, but it wouldn't be xmas without them. I have been making them all my life.

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  10. Cinnamon rolls on Christmas Morning!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. Hot cocoa! We like to either make it or pick some up and drive around town looking at christmas lights.

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  12. Well since I'm half mexican...tamales are always something we have!

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  13. Cookies are an important tradition for us.

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  14. I love making chocolate pecan pie for Thanksgiving- a tradition for the past several years in my family!

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  15. Thanks for the sweet giveaway! We have turkey/ham and traditional american Christmas dinner on Christmas day, but on Christmas Eve we always have Posole, a pork and hominy stew with red chili that is a New Mexico tradition. Yum!

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  16. Rice pudding and fudge is a holiday tradition for us.

    senstrings(@)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. well Christmas Eve is all about sausages and potato salad the days after is the big eating with a huge selection ...

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  18. We always have homemade beef and noodles at Christmas!

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  19. Lots of homemade snacks like chex mix!

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  20. We have pizza and presents on Christmas Eve with my husband's family. That is fun! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  21. Russian salad :) Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. Cutout cookies decorated with frosting and lots of sprinkles!

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  23. I always make Vithel Tonne! Yummy! Kind of awkward since its winter here in Spain. But Im from Argentina, and cold meat is nice at Christmas!

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  24. We always make "Pasan Bread" which has lots of spice and raisins and walnuts

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  25. We always have turkey and sometimes we have turkey and ham. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. Your box is great! thank you ! Our family always does some type of fish on Christmas Eve and cheese ball.

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  27. Giveaway is amazing,so generous of you.Thank you for the chance to win it.Always meat,but different every year,cake and cookies.

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  28. It wouldn't be Christmas without Pineapple Cheesecake!

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  29. this box is SO cute! would love to put it in my daughters' room to cheer it up a little bit. :-)

    my grandmother used to make santa cookies which were quite laborious. my mom makes them, and now i have a cookie cutter too, so i'll be doing that with my kids sometime soon.

    we also celebrate hanukkah and none of us can ever get enough sweet potato latkes!

    thanks for the chance.

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  30. Christmas cookies! Lots of them! And homemade cinnamon buns for breakfast while we unwrap gifts. I have to comment: My name is Maeve so when I saw Maevy here, I became curious. I have never seen that spelling. My name is truly Irish. (There was a Queen Maeve in Ireland, whether she is fictional or real I do not know.)

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  31. Eggnog is a favorite in our house.

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  32. We always have Polish nut rolls at Christmas and New Year's.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  33. Thank you for the chance to win your darling basket. Cookies, not just any but special ones we only make once a year! Yummy!!

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  34. We have been having gingerbread cookies for several years. We also have cinnamon rolls Christmas morning

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  35. Baked ham and cranberry sauce is best at Christmas time. I now follow you on GFC. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  36. We always have to have my great grandmothers gingerbread cookies.

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  37. Sweet potato casserole with cranberries, nuts, coconut.

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  38. I love making treats- cookies, fudge, truffles and bark- this time of the year. This has become a holiday tradition now.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. What a sweet box and thank you for the tutorial. Assorted Christmas cookies and egg nog...always a favorite.

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  40. That basket is charming. On Christmas Eve we have clam chowder dinner. Which is great for everyone except me, as I don't like clams :)

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  41. We recently added homemade cinnamon rolls to our Christmas morning routine tradition and I love them! Yum-yum!

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  42. We cook Italian food - homemade pasta and such.
    Cute basket! I can see it filled with greeting cards this time of year.

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  43. coconut ice is a favourite Christmas nibble in our family.

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  44. My husband is part Swedish so over the last few years I've been learning his traditions. Sil - pickled herring, Janssons temptation - think potato dauphinoise and then randomly add anchovies, on Christmas eve. I've come round to some of them but anchovies will never be on my list of things to eat!

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  45. We always have pancakes with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blueberries on Christmas morning. (I'm down in New Zealand, so it's the height of our berry season. :-)

    macska at gmail dot com

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  46. We often have croissants for breakfast on special occasions. :)

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  47. Lovely basket. I bake lots & lots of cookies for Christmas. Thanks.

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  48. My mommom's Kipfel spell Christmas to me!

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  49. Spritz cookies and iced sugar cookies, which I'm having for breakfast this morning.

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  50. all of my family has passed on so i have no holiday traditions now. but when i was growing up, our traditopm was the family would gather in the kitchen and each would have a specific thing to do to make our tradition potato salad. someone to peel and cut potatoes, someone else boiled eggs and cut the up, etc and when it was done, we all had a big bowl of the potato salad while it was still warm. thanks you for a beautiful giveaway babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  51. We all ways have turkey for thanksgiving and ham for Christmas dinner. And my children seem to think we must always have some type of cheesecake

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  52. What a sweet basket. We have to have pumpkin cake with creamcheese frosting on holidays here.

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  53. Making Christmas cookies! Thanks for the chance to win such a cute little basket.

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  54. Chocolate/Peanutbutter pinwheel cookies.

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy

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  55. Our favorite is homemade cornbread dressing.
    tarter95 at hotmail dot com

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  56. Standing rib roast and Yorkshire pudding.

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  57. Sweet potatoes and marshmallows! A holiday meal isn't complete without them.

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  58. Christmas cake and it was made by 9 year old this year can't wait to taste it.

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  59. Wow, that's just darling, do you have/sell the pattern for it? I'd love to win it! We have a few: bourbon balls, cornbread dressing, and my mom's sour cream coconut cake for Christmas Eve. Yum!

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    1. Oh, nevermind, I see it is your tutorial! Can't wait to make one, in case I don't win. :-)

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  60. We always have codfish for dinner on Christmas Eve. Thank you for the giveaway!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  61. We always have a full English breakfast on Christmas morning before we open any gifts.

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  62. I make Swedish pancakes on Christmas morning.

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  63. HELLO,we love Cinnamon Rolls on Christmas morn and turkey+stuffing+veggies for noon and fudge anytime of the day! Thank you for sharing!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  64. Such a festive basket! I must have eggnog at Christmastime.

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  65. Pa's fudge. My grandpa makes the best fudge!

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  66. We always travel for the holiday, so we eat what we are fed. :) Usually that involves a country ham (boiled, so it's not crazy salty) and about every vegetable common to this area - green beans, corn, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, at least one other type of bean, peas, etc - sausage balls, fudge, pies, cakes, and so on. I am not exaggerating. My extended family is large and lots of people bring dishes, so it's usually a hodgepodge but it's all good. Mmm...

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  67. Pumpkin bread with chocolate chips.

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  68. We eat roast beef with cheesy potatoes! Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  69. We have sticky pecan buns on Christmas morning.

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  70. We usually do lobster and bacon wrapped scallops on Christmas eve. Turkey on Christmas Day

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  71. christmas dinner usually involves baked ham and cheesy potatoes. yum!

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  72. Cookies! Lots and lots of cookies!

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  73. We always eat oysters and enjoy some wine by the light of the tree on Christmas Eve. Then make lasagna for Christmas dinner! l love this basket- thanks for the chance!

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  74. Eeeee - this is awesome!! I love these handmade giveaways - so unique and useful!! Holiday tradition food for us: take a tin of fruit cocktail (Delmonte) and drain the juice off and add it to some whipped cream, serve with turkey!!!

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  75. Love this basket. My Christmas food favourite is my late grandmothers frozen Christmas pudding. It is a secret closely guarded family recipe that can be made just once a year.

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  76. I always make large Scottish Dundee cakes for the family. Fruit cakes topped with whole almonds.

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  77. Trop beau! La tourtiere est toujours une tradition a Noel :)
    Merci!

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  78. My grandmother's walnut strudel...It just wouldn't be the holidays without it!

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  79. Fudge and divinity are made every year at Christmas.

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  80. We always have Swedish meatballs on Christmas eve.

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  81. Gingerbread men and houses are my favorites this time of year because the grand kids help to make them with me

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  82. this is lovely, thanks for a chance. we make specific Christmas cookies, the reciepes came from my husbands great, great grandma. everyone in the family makes them and when we get together it is cookie time. woohooooo

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  83. holiday tradition would be the HAM!

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  84. We have chicken and dressing every holiday. It is so good, I need to get a recipe from my mom eventually!

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  85. Homemade pierogies! But I've been making pozole since I moved to Southern California. New traditionos...

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  86. The usual pecan pie, but I would like to start a new tradition of something odd but great tasting to bring to the table, need suggestions

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  87. Cute!!! Our holiday tradition food is Spekulatius, it reminds us of our time living in Germany. :) Thanks for the great giveaway, and happy holidays!

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  88. Virginia Ham with pineapples was the tradition.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  89. we just have to make sure there is pumpkin pie! always a winner!

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  90. Sadly, I didn't grow up celebrating christmas. However, I'd like to start cream puffs as a holiday food tradition!

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  91. Well, usually we have turkey or ham for Christmas. It kind of depends on whether I'm tired of turkey by Christmastime. LOL

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  92. Strange as it sounds, "Santa" always brings cheese balls. Not the deep fried kind, rather the cheesy poof kind.
    Weird, right?

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  93. Christmas Eve we have a Meatball dinner and Christmas Day a Ham dinner.

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  94. Oooo, bilingual! Well, done.

    My Gran made this plum pudding with white sauce that was just divine. Alas, she has stopped making it and I haven't tasted that taste in a few years. now it's on me to keep up the tradition.

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  95. My Mother's fudge is my very favorite Christmas treat.

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  96. We always have eggs, toast, bacon and sausage for Christmas breakfast. Ham or roast beef with roasted potatoes, Christmas salad and asparagus for dinner.
    ramona_murray at comcast dot net

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  97. We always make a cranberry cherry pie for Christmas.

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  98. Cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning!

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  99. Cola Salad - a black cherry jello is a tradition in my family. great giveaway!

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  100. you're going to laugh but we always go to the china buffet on Christmas. thanks linhs4real@aol.com

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  101. In my family candied sweet potatoes are a food tradition. We all love to eat them.

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  102. butter tarts! and turkey on Christmas eve.

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  103. homemade cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning

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  104. Shortbread cookies say Christmas to me. Love the basket, the fabric is gorgeous. Thanks

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  105. Cinnamon rolls! Yum :)

    Thanks for the chance! Love the basket.

    Melissa
    mjp_0419 at yahoo dot com

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  106. Great basket bag, love it! We have Tourtiere at our place, it's a French Canadian traditional meat pie and it's delicious!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  107. Fudge is always a tradition. My daughter + I make a whole bunch of it from my grandmother's recipe

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  108. Chex mix. Love the stuff oh and summer sausage. yum yum

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  109. We usually make krumkake - a Norwegian "crumb" cookie.

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  110. Adorable! I love Spritz cookies and caramel corn - my parents make them each year.

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  111. We don't really have a traditional food. My mom always makes toffee that we all love, though.

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  112. Something for our house is pecan sticky rolls, which my mom makes just a couple of times a year, and one is for Christmas morning. Thank you for offering a cute and inventive giveaway prize!

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  113. Mac and Cheese. we have to have it and make at least 2 family sized boxes. These kiddos put the hurt on some mac and cheese!

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  114. We always make great grandmother's tiny pastries! They are called Mama Grayce's Originals. They are puff pastry with a brown sugar and coconut filling glazed with orange or lemon glaze. Yummy

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  115. My little immediate family has recently started a new tradition of cinnamon rolls on christmas morning :)

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  116. We have oyster stew Christmas Eve, and go to a late Christmas Eve church service. Christmas Day we have appetizers and open presents. Merry Christmas

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  117. Mince pies and shortbread are traditional at out house.

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  118. We always have a yummy punch called Judy. Thanks for the chance.

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  119. We have tons of food traditions, like the dozens of varieties of cookies and cakes I bake, but my favorite might be roast duck with cheese souffle for Christmas dinner!

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  120. Chicken parmigiana on christmas eve.

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  121. We always have ham for christmas.

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  122. Pecan pie is always a favorite.

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  123. emmevon(at)gmail(dot)com
    egge benedict on Christmas morning!

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  124. Since moving to California, it is lemon bars!

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  125. Egg nog is always a treat during the holidays. Thanks for the chance to win.

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