Do you ever have those days where you feel like the universe is conspiring against you? Getting today’s post ready was painful and it was not happening. So…change of plans.
If you’ve just joined us in the last few months, about 2 years ago, we wrote a book.
And people liked it! Like…it became a national bestseller! So we wrote another one…
And that one became a national bestseller. Which was awesome.
Some other awesome things about our books?
-There is a picture for every recipe.
-It has a spiral binding on the inside so you can lay it flat while you’re cooking, but the spine is printed with the title, so you can find it when you need to.
-It has this adorable bookmark with a conversion chart on it.-Both books have a “rollover index” where you can look up recipes by ingredient. So if you buy a whole quart of buttermilk or a bunch of cilantro and you’re looking for a way to use them up, we’re your girls.
So since things were not going my way today, I’m having a bowl of ice cream and giving away 3 books to 3 lucky friends!
Here’s the deal:
-To enter, leave a comment on this post telling us your favorite season, holiday, or tradition.
-The giveaway runs from today, 3/6/13 until 3/13/13.
-We’ll pick 3 winners and notify them via the email address they use to enter the giveaway. Be sure to use an email address you check often and not the email address you use when you order something from Bath & Body Works because you know you’re going to get 10 advertisement emails a day.
-The winners will get to choose either Our Best Bites: Mormon Moms in the Kitchen or Savoring the Seasons with Our Best Bites.
–The winner must respond within 48 hours of when we send the notification email. If we don’t hear from you, we will select another winner.
-If you want to forgo the whole contest thing, you can purchase the books from Amazon, Deseret Book, Costco, Sam’s Club, Walmart, and many other bookstores. If you are unable to find it, any bookstore should be happy to order it for you.
Ready? Set? Go! I’m gonna go eat some ice cream and lick my sad corrupted memory card wounds…
I love the Christmas holiday season! My entire hometown decorates for Christmas and I love my family tradition of going out driving in pajamas looking at Christmas lights. I can’t wait for this year as we will be celebrating with our first child!
Thanksgiving… There’s so much to be thankful for & if course, great food!! What’s not to like?
I love spring, when everything bursts into full bloom, buzy buzzing, and the first home grown veggies of the year make it into the kitchen. Yum.
Omg love. Ur recipes need this book whant it thanks
I love spring. All the newness and all the possibilities.
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I love baking at Christmastime!!!
I love Spring! Just that feeling you get after the gloomy winter around here, the birds are out and flowers are budding and blooming. Makes me smile just thinking about it right now. Popcorn Popping is a favorite song.
My new favorite tradition goes along with Thanksgiving. My husband is Irish and we were in Ireland during this past Thanksgiving. They wanted to make sure I felt “at home” and so my father-in-law got a bunch of tiny American flags and put them all over the dining room and table. Conventional? No way. Hilarious and will be done every year from now on in our family? Absolutely!
My favorite holiday is definitely Valentine’s Day! These awesome cookbooks would be a great present for me right now since I’m going to be having a baby in 3 weeks! I LOVE your blog, ladies!
I love fall!!
My favorite holiday would be Christmas, and I am sure that I am the only who likes Christmas the best of all the holidays.:)
My favorite holiday is Christmas! Love all the Christmas baking!
My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving!
I like Spring the best. I’m so happy that it’s nearly here. It reminds me of so many afternoons spent on the tennis court and enjoying my high school years. It’s been entirely too long since I played at this point, but I hope to play again when my kids get a little bigger.
My favorite season is fall. It’s just so crisp (like my favorite snack, potato chips!). And I especially love Halloween!
I really love fall and always have
At first I was going to say fall because we have some great soup and stew recipes (not to mention pumpkin desserts) but then I thought about all of the fresh produce during the summer and now I can’t decide.
I love winter! Especially the sparkly snow, warm cozy clothes and scarves, hot drinks and all things associated with Christmas!
My favorite Christmas tradition is having the kids (big and little alike!) open up a new pair of pajamas on Christmas Eve.
Thanks for the chance to win one of your awesome cookbooks!
I ove fall because it just starts to get chilly for soups (even though I eat soup year round, it makes my belly happy on a chilly day) and anything pumpkin!! And a close tie with summer as I love eating and cooking outside.
Birthdays are my all-time favorite holidays! I know all my friends’ birthdays and I usually bake them their favorite treats for their special day.
Spring! Good weather is starting and you know summer is right around the corner!
I love the beginning of spring when all of the tulips pop up!
I love the fall!!!!
My favorite season is summer. Even though it can get crazy hot in summer, I love the barbecues, outdoor fun, cold treats, and late nights!
I love Easter – and not just because of the candy!
First, I love your blog..I read it three times a week. Second, I have never had a recipe of your not turn out. I think you two are just wonderful and I use ideas from you blog for work almost every week. So, Thank You. My favorite season is Fall because of the extra baking. I am able to use all of the stuff I have gathered in my baking pantry AND go out and buy more for the next year.
I am very happy for your success and wish you all the Best in every bite!
Aloha, Amy from Maui
I love Fall. Football, cool nights, apple picking and yummy comfort food. : )
I was going to say fall, but then I was thinking, Spring is pretty good too. And Summer. And winter’s pretty awesome. I like all the seasons. Perpetual optimist?
So excited!! My favorite season is fall: beautiful weather, delicious food, fun holidays, changing leaves, etc. But my favorite holiday is Christmas and so much of my Christmas revolves around FOOD!