Tuesday, December 9, 2014

12 Days of Giveaways {Day 2}

Hi there! Are you ready for day 2, of our 12 Days of Giveaways?


You know about our fabulous Tea Towel kits right?  Well, we took the work out for you and are giving away these already made 1930's Christmas Tea Towels! 


 I just love this set of towels! They are so vintage looking, and would look lovely hanging in any kitchen! :)

We are also offering 10% off ALL tea towel kits at the shop! Use code: TEA10  Code expires at 12/9/14 @ midnight.  

Go HERE to see our current Tea Towel Kits



To enter to win, please answer the following question:

What is your favorite Christmas dish to make or eat?

Please leave your answer in the comment section below with your email address, so we can contact you if you win! :) 

Giveaway ends: December 9 @ midnight.

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.


PS: My favorite dish to EAT is my grandmothers Apple Pudding.  It's not really pudding, but rather a cake that is soaked in a buttery sauce! It is to DIE for! It's not Christmas at our house unless we make  that cake! 



100 comments:

sylvie jourdan said...

My favorite Christmas dish to eat is Christmas Turkey because in France it is a tradition.We have not Thanksgiving day. Thanks for this giveaway

Anita said...

My favorite Christmas dish is "Pinnekjøtt", a typical Norwegian dish, consisting of lamb ribs.

Béa said...

Christmas Turkey, I'm in France :)

Susan said...

I love sticky date pudding with butterscotch sauce and cream.

Lee said...

I love my moms swedish meatballs!

Karen M said...

My favorite Christmas dish (actually, I make it for every holiday by popular request) is cheesy potatoes. Yum. Thanks for the chance to win these darling tea towels.

charlotte said...

Gingerbread cookies. It is the only time of the year we make them.

Jeanie said...

Darling towels! I usually make a grape salad..... all ages seem to like it, it's simple, and it travels well. Thanks for the giveaway!

JoyceLM said...

Pumpkin crisp is my favorite - thanks for the chance to win.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Thanks for this chance...stuffing is my favorite part of the meal

annemarie said...

I love frosted Christmas cookies - guess it reminds me of being a child again!!

Kay said...

I love the whole Christmas dinner of turkey, stuffing, bacon wrapped sausages, bread sauce, roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding, veg etc. For everyone in our family it is the best meal of the year. x

Judith Kelso said...

I love gingerbread cookies!

Tracy said...

My favorite recipe is Date Pinwheel cookie that was my grandmother's recipe, my mother's favorite cookie and one we only had at Christmas. I love them too!

Nancy Lewis said...

My favorite is French Cookies. My grandfather and his family were all born in France, so this is a favorite with our family.

Alicia Melton said...

I always make new deserts......my favorite is a tie between a wonderful strawberry cake and a Mississippi mud pie. Both different but oh soooo delicious! Thanks for a chance to win.

Gisela Suski said...

Our family love the cookies, I make spritz cookies.

Joyce Carter said...

Thank you so much for your giveaway. The towels are sooo pretty. My favorite is Punch Bowl cake.

Marisa Adams said...

Pecan tassies are my favorite thing to make for Christmas! Those tea towels would look awesome hanging on the oven door handle!

Needled Mom said...

The tea towels are darling. My favorite dish to make is the Christmas trifle.

Jenn said...

We're not big ham eaters, so on Christmas my husband makes a WONDERFUL prime rib - such a treat! Those towels are adorable - way too pretty to get dirty lol!! Thanks for the giveaway.

Linda B said...

My favorite is carrots and turnips mashed together......mmmmmmmmmm

Lisa Walsh said...

My favorite recipe to make at Christmas are my homemade crescent rolls! We only have them on special occasions! Thanks for the chance to win!

delaineelliott said...

My favorite thing to make at Christmas in "Christmas Crack" - that delicious snack mix made with dried cranberries, peanuts, graham cereal and white chocolate. It is so addicting! Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Deb said...

My daughter makes a wonderful sweet potato casserole, and we always love having that for our special meals.

Missy Shay said...

You should share that recipe of apple pudding, sounds delicious! I love homemade fruitcake, not the store bought kind.
missysaprons@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

My favorite Christmas food is press cookies, brings back memories of large family gatherings, at my grandparents home. My children, all love these cookies, as well. Decorating with food coloring in the dough and dusting with colored sugars. A tradition that will be enoyed with my grandchildren, this year!

Genee' Davis said...
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Genee' Davis said...

I love making snowball cookies and lemon bars for Christmas! I guess it is a tradition I have passed on myself from my childhood! ;-)

amy mayen said...

We eat tamales for Christmas, the Central American kind. They are soooo good!

Sarah said...

My favorite are decorated sugar cookies! sarah@forrussia.org

TerryH said...

Home made cranberry sauce, more sugar makes it yummy! Add some marmalade & spread on toast.
Thanks for the chance to win. terryken@verizon.net

GO STARS! said...

I love pecan pies and mashed sweet potatoes with pecans and pineapple. Only time I get either is at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Carrie P. said...

gingersnap cookies and fudge

Chiska said...

Lebkuchen--guess that's a cookie, but I eat them like they're a dish.

Nancy said...

My favorite is the oyster dressing

gram k said...

Love to make mince pies.

Heartsdesire said...

Stuffing, and then turkey. Mmmm good.

Tom Cranford said...

My favorite Christmas dish is Fried Turkey since I live in Texas! :)
Tom
tomdcranford@yahoo.com

Ellee said...

Sweet potato casserole is my favorite. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Phyllis said...

I like to bake a pecan pie because it's my husband's favorite.

Linda said...

HI, it's Caramels!
Thanks for a neat giveaway!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

sby1955 said...

Beautiful towels! My favorite Christmas dish is my husband's recipe for prime rib. Our 5 boys will always make it home for dad's meat!

Cecilia said...

My favorite to make us Divinity. I give this away as gifts to family and friends along with other homemade candy. I love those tea towels! Thank you for the giveaway.

Tammy said...

Red velvet cake and I have also used green food coloring to make a red and green layered red velvet cake before...Looks so pretty with all the white cream cheese icing on it.

Teresa Hays said...

Love to make and EAT Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows on top. Yummy!

gpc said...

I like to make an almond cake for dessert that I don't dare make other times because I would eat it all myself! And I make beignets for Christmas brunch every year because my oldest grandchild was born in new orleans, and those are delicious, too. Obviously I have a thing for sweets! :)

Tabitha Klucking said...

My fave dish is an old Betty Crocker recipe--Russian Salad. Yum!

Sarah said...

I love my mom chicken pillows and shortbread tarts mmmmmm

Janie said...

Baklava, I love making it and eating it. Thanks for the 12 days of Christmas giveaways!

The Mayo Family said...

I love the towels...SO festive. (!!!)
My favorite 'Christmas dish' is my sisters Vegetable Casserole...nobody can make it just.like.her. :)
Christmas Blessings~
Maggie

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Lefse... Mmmm, mmmm, mmmmmm! A scandinavian treasure :)

LauraDot said...

Anything peppermint!

Gloria Cotten said...

My favorite Christmas dish is ambrosia, a mixture of fresh oranges, grapefruit, pineapple, and coconut. Makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

Elizabeth S. said...

I have to admit my favorite is all the extra treats (sweets) and goodies that are made usually only for the holidays.

Kristin in Alaska said...

Coke Salad. "Normal" people call it Bing Cherry Salad, but in my family, it's Coke Salad. It's a Jello dish made with cherries, pineapple, cream cheese, and Coke. And we have it at every holiday. Thanks!

Katy P said...

I love Christmas cookies but I especially love my mother in laws cheesy potatoes...so good!

Teresa Stanulis said...

When I was growing up in Kentucky, my mom made 'gumdrop' cake (like her mother always made.) It was actually made from the candy orange slices, not from the colorful gum drops. We always had it at Christmas and it was so good. I've never made it so that it tastes like hers, but my sister-in-law makes a pretty good version!
tstanulis@verizon.net
tstanulis

sarah said...

Ummmm, my favorite christmas dish is COOKIES!!! I know it hardly counts, but they connect me to my family (who is currently far away) and the traditions that we used to make together :)
sarah at people_rising@hotmail.com

Alexis Borsboom said...

Lots of different cookies. But there must be spritz cookies.

t_ktl at yahoo.com

Jen Beatty said...

Every kind of Christmas cookie is my favorite, but they must be homemade!

Gill said...

Florentine biscuits!

Tabitha Keener said...

I love home made fudge! Yum! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

King's Lady said...

Lindsey! The Apple Pudding sounds wonderful. I need to find that recipe! We alway have prime rib for Christmas dinner. It's a once-a-year treat.

Karen N said...

Stollen!

Joy said...

Stuffed artichokes and italian cookies!

Ramona said...

Creme de menthe bars and sugar cookies say Christmas to me. Love these tea towels.

Leslie said...

Kringlas, a Norwegian cookie. My Great Grandma's taffy. She's been gone a long time so I haven't had it but I can still remember the taste. I have tracked down the recipe from one of my Great Aunts...someday i will have to try to make it myself.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I'm all about the cookies!

annieb said...

Pantone Bread Pudding.

Vicki H said...

It's not Christmas Eve without meatballs and gravy.

Linda Nelson said...

We love tamales on Christmas Eve.

lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

Yesterday Night said...

Lovely towels! I only make sauerkraut balls for snacking on Christmas Eve.
Holly

karamino said...

My favorite christmas dish is cookies!

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

Dark Christmas Fruit cake is my favorites food

maria g said...

My strawberry jello!! I always have to hurry and get some so my son wont eat it all

maria g said...

Sorry, my typing isn't so good and I hit enter too fast!! mtgoad@swbell.net

Lisa Emery said...

Armadillo Eggs! A jalapeno half filled with cream cheese and wrapped in breakfast sausage, then baked in the oven. Yummy! I'm from Texas....we eat everything with jalapenos!
You should share that Apple Pudding recipe...sounds divine!

Trudy Keller said...

I love Christmas cookies.

Crickets Corner said...

Believe it or not it's homemade pizza. Instead of a Christmas dinner everyone in the family gets to pick one thing they want me to make and we have a Christmas buffet. Some years there are some really strange combinations but everyone is happy and it all disappears. My favorite dish to eat is Upside down cranberry cake.

Abbe Coury said...

Pumpkin pie!

Jan A said...

It isn't Christmas without pretty little Spritz cookies! gmapnut at gmail dot com.

Amy DeCesare said...

I love making and eating a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch Christmas cookie called Sand Tarts. Oh, my, though, as I read the previous comments, I'm getting hungry for lots of other Christmas goodies!

Karrie S said...

I like sugar cookies with icing. But I'm known not to turn down any sweets :) Thanks for the chance to win! ksmith8@emich.edu

Jonell Mollohan said...

My mom's chocolate fudge

ShirleyC said...

I normally love making Red Velvet Cookies. I found the recipe on a blog a few years ago. I'm sort of out of pocket this year with knee surgery, but if I get the energy, I will be making a batch.

Melanie said...

My favorite is Spritz cookies

Susan said...

My favourite to eat is my Granny's Cherry Yum Yum. It's basically cherry cheesecake, but there was something about Granny making it that made it so special. My cousin and I used to argue over who she made it for. Everybody knows she made it for me! LOL

usagypsy said...

My grandmother's recipe for Date- Nut Bread. Love it!

quiltzyx said...

Yams & Apples Oh Boy! One of my sister's recipe, a lovely fresh yams & apples casserole, buttery & not too sweet, but just sweet enough.

Margie Scott said...

My husband loves to make yorkshire pudding for our Christmas eve dinner. It's so yummy when served with a standing rib roast and all the trimmings.

Martina said...

Bacon and dried green beans. Mmmh!

Brenda said...

The traditional prime rib my friends cook every Christmas Day. With all of the trimmings.

Nancy said...

My favorite dish to eat is prime rib. Yum! Your tea towels are adorable! Thanks for the giveaway.

Alesha Klein said...

Love my mother recipe for creamy southern potato salad. Simple but delicious. Thanks for the giveaway.
akk_nana@yahoo.com

Pauline Perry said...

Good old english christmas pudding is a must on Christmas day - as well as mincepies.
Pauline

perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Debbie Bauer said...

Cabbage Rolls ! However, it is so hard to pick just one! Love your towels!

tpott said...

I make cookies, candy and truffles every year, for family and friends.

Mary Ann said...

Cookies and homemade marshmallows

Michele T said...

Those towels are very sweet!! I love bacon buns and meat sticks... probably because we only have them at Christmas time and they are soooo gooood!!

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