Sunday, November 4, 2012

Thirty-One Thanksgiving Giveaway

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Okay, folks, this is it. The last giveaway of the Thanksgiving season. A dear friend of my mother's, Holly, is a gifted Thirty-One consultant who is donating this exclusive hostess item to one lucky reader. The item is the Perfect Party Set, which is a double insulated carrying case for 2 casserole dishes (pattern may be different depending on availability).
To enter, all you have to do is answer the following question in the comments section below:

What dish(es) are you irrationally attached to at Thanksgiving?

We all have them-that one thing where, if it went unmade, would absolutely ruin your holiday feast. Lay it out there, people. Let's be honest.

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Love and Thirty-One,

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66 comments:

  1. I am addicted to mashed potatoes and Gulliver's creamed corn. Wouldn't be Thanksgiving without those items!

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  2. Home made mac&cheese, it's the only time I eat it all year!

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  3. Sweet potato casserole! An absolute Thanksgiving must have!

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  4. An appetizer my mom makes. Water chestnuts wrapped with bacon and brown sugar. AWESOME and the food I most look forward to during Thanksgiving.

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  5. cheeseballs..its an old family tradition..or a turkey drumstick smothered in gravy.

    dmdrake23@gmail.com

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  6. I could eat 2-3 servings of stuffing on Thanksgiving! I just love it. My family does too :)
    vac 924 at gmail dot com

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  7. Turkey! Even if it was just a turkey pot pie back when I was single and alone for the holiday, it just wouldn't be Thanksgiving without it.

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  8. I load up on all of my sides: mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, and green beans! I love them all!

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  9. Green bean casserole with French fried onion rings on the top. I love it cold the next day, too. (This was the first Thanksgiving dish I ever learned to make!). -Mom/Jane

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  10. My husband's grandmother's dressing. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

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  11. Oh man how do I pick just one? They're all so good; especially when they're all mixed on your plate...turkey, stuffing, gravy, potatoes, cranberry sauce all in one bite! YUM!

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  12. I really want to say the canned cranberry jelly stuff because without that, there's no Thanksgiving! As for prepared dishes, I'd say green bean casserole, it's always gone the fastest in my house.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mitch1rm(At)gmail(d0t)com

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  13. Christie Garza NewlandNovember 5, 2012 at 9:30 AM

    The one thing I have to have a Thanksgiving is of course the Pumpkin Pie, funny thing is I HATE pumpkin pie. But of course my family loves it and always always makes sure that I am making it. Only for the ones I love would I keep making something I hate LOL!! But it wouldn't be the same without it.

    Thanks for reading and hope to continue enjoying you blog.

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  14. For sure, the turkey and stuffing bake my Grandma makes. I don't know how she does it, but it is to die for divine. I HAVE to HAVE IT every year!! Ohhh...and cranberry sauce. lol

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  15. We have turkey one day a year on Thanksgiving (instead of the lasagna that Kevin lobbies for every year) just so we can have my grandmother's STUFFING which everyone agrees is a savory dish of Ah-mazing!! I'm so glad that my mother spent the time in her mother's kitchen to write it down -- that written recipe was given as a gift to my daughter Kaydee one year, because after my grandmother died, my mom was the only one who had written down how she made it. So, Kaydee is our stuffing recipe keeper. I am confident that some day her grandchildren will thank her! =)

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  16. For me, it absolutely has to be jellied cranberry sauce. And not some fancy, schmancy homemade sauce.....noooo. The kind you just flop right out of a can. And don't even bother trying the whole berry version. ICK. I always have to make sure there's enough leftover for the next day for that turkey/dressing/cranberry sauce sandwich on the leftover rolls! :)

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  17. My favorite is homemade Cornbread Dressing! I have had my recipe for years! We only have it twice a year, Thanksgiving and Christmas. No box stuffing for me! :)

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  18. Definitely sweet potato casserole, but not the kind with marshmallows, the kind with tons of brown sugar!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  19. I love having mashed potatoes with gravy on Thanksgiving! YUM! What a great giveaway! I would LOVE to win this!!!

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  20. my mom's stuffing
    thansk
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

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  21. Cornbread dressing. It isn't Thanksgiving without it.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

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  22. Homemade Mashed Potatoes, cranberry sauce and Sweet Potato pie.

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  23. Deanna Morse MortonNovember 7, 2012 at 8:05 PM

    Sweet Potato Souffle!

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  24. My Mom's stuffing! It is always the best!

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  25. Coming from an Asian family...Thanksgiving isn't complete without duck! I don't really know what it is, or how it started, but for as long as I remember, Thanksgiving meant duck and maybe the possibility of having turkey. Somewhere along those years, I guess I caught on to that too so now every Thanksgiving, even if I'm just celebrating with my friends, we have to be served...duck!

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  26. It would definitely be, green bean casserole, deviled eggs and home made pumpkin pie!

    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  27. Thanksgiving would not be the same without my family's traditional stuffing at the table, and a pumpkin pie for dessert.

    rsafier92@gmail.com
    -Racheal

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  28. Pumpkin pie! I make it every Thanksgiving and I love it!!!!

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  29. Green bean casserole! I always have to have it and not one eats it but me.

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  30. Susan Pratt GilbertNovember 8, 2012 at 2:03 PM

    cranberry jello salad

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  31. I absolutely must have my grandmother's stuffing and my mom's sweet potato casserole.

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  32. Pumpkin pie and also a broccoli casserole dish we make.

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  33. Stuffing and Green Bean Caserole - love em

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  34. It has to be my mother's stuffing and homemade gravy, no one comes close to making it like she does. And my kids reminds me of that all the time .. lol

    henglish(at)nb(dot)sympatico(dot)ca

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  35. I live for stuffing and pumpkin pie. I wear my fat pants the entire weekend!

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  36. Cranberry sauce - the home made version, not the canned stuff - silly, I know, but it is the finishing touch!
    bandkgram at hotmail dot ca

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  37. stuffing mixed with gravy and mashed potatos. id eat my weight in it.

    ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  38. I have to have buttermilk custard casserole!! I grew up on it and LOVE it! The problem is neither my husband nor his family like it. On second thoug, that's not really a problem because I get to eat the whole pie by myself :)

    Laura VanWingerden
    Lkvanwingerden at liberty dot edu

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  39. Old fashioned bread stuffing and pumpkin pie with cool whip.

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  40. Green Bean Casserole...It's not Thanksgiving without it !!

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  41. I pile my plate up with stuffing and green bean casserole, sometimes theres no room for turkey.

    efusty06 at yahoo dot com

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  42. my matzo ball soup! It is a staple at every holiday meal!

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  43. stuffing!! ive had a thanksgiving without it and it really didn't feel like thanksgiving :(
    jmmccarr@gmail.com

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  44. I have to have mashed potatoes.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  45. I have to say it would be my Grandma's Green Bean Casserole. Even though she is no longer with us, her casserole is still a Thanksgiving favorite. Debbie Hansen

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  46. It would definitely be green bean casserole.

    tridingermckee at gmail dot com

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  47. I love green bean casserole.
    sumer84@live.com

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  48. Stuffing! It doesn't really matter what kind or who makes it I just want that soft yummy turkey flavoured deliciousness!

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  49. Stuffing- truly what is Thanksgiving without stuffing?
    discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

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  50. My husbands aunt makes sweet potato goodness! It has 3 layers of marshmallows!

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  51. Sweet potatoes and Green bean casserole, not a fan of campbell's soup, but I do like that1

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  52. My aunt's turkey dressing, or I always thought it was turkey dressing until she confided in me last year that she actually makes it with chicken. Ha!
    racheljeramie(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  53. candied yams!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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  54. Green bean casserole
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

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  55. For me it wouldn't be Thanksgiving dinner with the stuffing. My mom does a lot better job with it than my aunt (who is hosting this year) but that is my favorite thing on the table.

    elangomatt at gmail dot com

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  56. Green Bean Casserole...

    ltlbit1@hotmail dot com

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  57. My favorite dish for Thanksgiving is Corn Pudding

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  58. cranberry sauce is my irrational love
    flyergal82 AT (yahoo) /dot/ $com%

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  59. i love my mom's apple salad, it's amazing but so simple
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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