Sunday, January 9, 2011

PART THREE-BLOGIVERSARY BRUNCH WITH BINGO BONANZA GIVEAWAY!

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GIVEAWAY ENDED
WHAT'S COOKIN? WIN 3
BINGO BRUNCH FAVORITES
*PAULA DEEN'S
SAVANNAH STYLE
*FAT WITCH BROWNIES 
*MARY MAC'S TEA ROOM
ABOUT PAULA DEEN'S SAVANNAH STYLE:
With its lush gardens, stately town houses, and sprawling plantations, Savannah is the epitome of old Southern style, and who better to give you the grand tour than Paula Deen, the city’s most famous resident and anointed Queen of Southern Cuisine?

In this gorgeous, richly illustrated book, Paula Deen shares a full year of Southern living. Whether it’s time to put out your best china and make a real fuss, or you’re just gathering for some sweet tea on the porch at dusk, Savannah style is about making folks feel welcome in your home. With the help of decorator and stylist Brandon Branch, you’ll learn how to bring a bit of Southern charm into homes from Minnesota to Mississippi. For each season, there are tips on decorating and entertaining. In the spring, you’ll learn how to make the most of your outdoor spaces, spruce up your porch, and make your garden inviting. In the summer, things get more casual with a dock party. Sleeping spaces, including, of course, the sleeping porch, are the focal point of this chapter. In the fall, cooler weather brings a return to more formal entertaining in the dining room, and in the winter, attention returns to the hearth, as Paula and her neighbors put out their best silver and show you how they celebrate the holidays.

Paula
loves getting a peek at her neighbors’ parlors, so she’s included photographs of some of Savannah’s grandest homes. From the vast grounds of Lebanon Plantation to the whimsically restored cottages on Tybee Island, you’ll see the unique blend of old-world elegance and laid-back hospitality that charmed Paula the moment she arrived from Albany, Georgia, with nothing but two hundred dollars and a pair of mouths to feed. And she isn’t shy about giving you a window into her own world, either. From her farmhouse kitchen to her luxurious powder room, you’ll see how Paula lives when she’s not in front of the camera.


Packed with advice and nostalgia, Paula Deen’s Savannah Style makes it easy to bring gracious Southern living to homes north and south of the Mason-Dixon Line. To read my review or more about Paula, visit my earlier post HERE!

ABOUT FAT WITCH BROWNIES by PATRICIA HELDING:
At long last, the owner of New York City's legendary Fat Witch Bakery shares her top-secret recipes for decadent and delicious brownies, blondies, and bars. Patricia Helding's rich, intensely chocolatey Fat Witch brownie is a New York obsession, an internet sensation, and arguably the very best brownie to be found on the planet. Unlike other bakeries that feature a range of desserts, Fat Witch, launched by Helding in 1998, specializes only in brownies--baking and selling over 2,000 each day. In Fat Witch Brownies, Helding showcases for the first time her favorite spins on the classic chocolate brownie with creations like the Banana Bread Brownie and the Breakfast Brownie, and she expands her repertoire even further with recipes for other scrumptious bar-shaped confections.

With over 50 recipes that can be baked in the same 9 x 9-inch pan and require fewer than 10 ingredients, Helding shows that baking from scratch is neither expensive nor time-consuming. All of her recipes include ingredients from local grocery stores, and are ready to serve in one hour or less. Beginning with tips on the proper tools, timing, and techniques, continuing with five chapters of recipes, and finishing with fabulous frostings, Fat Witch Brownies allows readers to explore the versatility and richness of brownies and bars and create the incredible desserts in their very own kitchens that have made Helding's bakery famous. To read about the author and see some yummy recipes, go HERE to my original post.
ABOUT MARY MAC'S TEA ROOM by JOHN FERRELL:
In Mary Mac's Tea Room, author and owner John Ferrell brings together over 100 classic recipes from this venerable institution of Southern comfort food.

When Mary Mac's opened in 1945, it was one of 16 tea rooms around Atlanta, Georgia. More than 60 years later, it stands alone in carrying on the tradition of bringing great Southern cooking to everyone from blue collar workers to celebrities.

Now you can bring home many of the restaurant's famed recipes, along with richly illustrated photography, old menus, postcards, and artwork from its magnificent history.
MORE ABOUT THE RESTAURANT:
Mary Mac’s Tea Room doors first opened in 1945 when Mary McKenzie decided to use her good Southern cooking to make money in the tough post-World War II days. In those days, a woman  couldn’t just open up a restaurant, so many female proprietors used the more genteel Southern name of “Tea Room.” Ponce de Leon Avenue sported clanking trolley cars, the Atlanta Crackers Baseball team and tents serving ice cold watermelons. There were many ornate movie theaters like the Fox Theatre just down the street. And there were at least 16 other Tea Rooms around intown Atlanta with Mary Mac’s being the only one of them left. To finish reading about the restaurant AND to see some delicious recipes, go HERE for my original post.

Thanks to Mary Mac's Tea Room owner/author, John Ferrell, I also have a souvenir T-Shirt from this Atlanta landmark to give away with the book! To find out more about this amazing place, visit their website HERE. The t-shirt they donated for my blogiversary is adorable...see the picture below!

GIVEAWAY
AS PART OF THE BLOGIVERSARY, I CHOSE
TO HIGHLIGHT MY SUNDAY BINGO BRUNCHES 
WITH THESE FAVORITE "COOKBOOKS" FROM
THE PAST YEAR. I HAVE ONE BRAND NEW 
HARDBACK SET THAT INCLUDES ALL 3 BOOKS
AS WELL AS THE "MARY MAC'S TEA ROOM"
T-SHIRT, THAT I AM GIVING AWAY
 
--U.S. AND CANADIAN RESIDENTS ONLY
--NO P. O. BOXES, PLEASE
--INCLUDE EMAIL ADDRESS IN COMMENT
--ALL ENTRIES/COMMENTS MUST BE
SEPARATE IN ORDER TO COUNT
AS MORE THAN ONE ENTRY

HOW TO ENTER:

+1 ENTRY: COMMENT ON WHICH OF THE THREE BOOKS ABOVE YOU THINK YOU WOULD LIKE THE BEST IF YOU HAD TO CHOOSE AND PLEASE TELL WHY

+1 MORE ENTRY:
BLOG OR TWEET ABOUT THIS GIVEAWAY AND LEAVE A LINK I CAN FOLLOW IN THE ENTRY


+1 MORE ENTRY: COMMENT ON A RECIPE YOU WOULD LOVE TO LEARN TO COOK AND PERHAPS MIGHT BE IN ONE OF THESE BOOKS

GIVEAWAY ENDS AT
6 PM, EST, JANUARY 30!
  GOOD LUCK!

159 comments:

PoCoKat said...

I love Paula Deen...would love her Savannah Style.

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PoCoKat said...

How about a good recipe for biscuits!

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holdenj said...

I wanted to win the Fat Witch Brownie book the last time you reviewed it, excited to see its' return!
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holdenj said...

I wonder if the tea room book, or certainly Paula Deen, could help me learn to make real fried chicken!
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captainliss40 said...

I like Fat Witch Brownies because I love sweets. captainliss40(at)gmail(dot)com

Esme said...

I would choose Fat Which Brownies-they sound decadent.

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Esme said...

I would choose Fat Which Brownies-they sound decadent.

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Esme said...

HOw about a recipe for maple brownies.

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PW said...

Bein' a southern girl myself, I would love to have Paula Deen's book Savannah Style! Happy 2nd blogoversary!

rubynreba said...

I would pick Mary Mac's Tea Room because I'm sure the recipes in it would be awesome!
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rubynreba said...

I would like a good recipe for chicken and dumplings.
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Pamela Keener said...

I would absolutely love all three but I am partial to Paula Deen's Savannah stye.
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Pam
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Pamela Keener said...

I tweeted this giveaway.
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Pamela Keener said...

I would like a good collard green recipe or southern fried steak w/gravy.
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Pam
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Bethie said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I owuld love to win Fat Witch Brownies. My little guys loves chocolate.

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gaby317 said...

Congratulations on your blogoversary!

I'd love to win Fat Witch Brownie cookbook. My brothers LOVE these brownies. : )

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gaby317 said...

I tweeted the contest

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thanks!
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Ruthie said...

Love, love, love Paula Deen! Please enter me, thanks.

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gaby317 said...

The recipe I'd like to try is the peach cobbler recipe - but it's not in Fat Witch cookbook, it's in the Mary Mac's Tea Room book.

I'd also like to try the brownies & blondies in the Fat Witch cookbook.

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Thanks so much!

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traveler said...

I would enjoy Mary Mac's Tearoom. So lovely. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

traveler said...

A wonderful recipe for Halibut. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

petite said...

Fat Witch Brownies would be delectable. rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

petite said...

I would love to learn how to bake a lemon pie. rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

moonsword said...

Definitely Fat Witch Brownies because baking is in my blood! Fat Witch Bakery is super fabulous...it would be so much fun to bake the Witchy way!

suburban prep said...

I would love the Paula Deen book.
I must admit though that they all seem to be wonderful books.
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moonsword said...

I'd love to learn to make a brownie with soft caramel drizzled on top...I've never tried a soft caramel sauce and it would be fun to try!

sos said...

I would choose the FAT WITCH BROWNIES as I would love t obake these

Linda Kish said...

I'd like the Paula Deen book. I love her down-home recipes.

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Linda Kish said...

I'd like a good recipe for biscuit and gravy.

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Lady Dragoness said...

I would love all the cook books... why not, since I collect them... However, if I had to choose just one, the Paula Deen cookbook would be that one.

I suppose any of the cookbooks would help me to learn cooking southern style but I do love to watch Paula; she's fun as well as educational.

I was imported to the south from California so I have a lot to learn. I'm not even sure which recipe I need the most. I do know how to make real southern corn bread, but that's about it.

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hendy said...

I would love to read Fat Witch Brownies-though I'm not a great cook I am a descent baker and of I course I'm sure I would love all the recipes in this cookbook.
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hendy said...

I would love to learn how to make peanut butter brownies-how good does that sound-hopefully I can find a recipe for this in the Fat Witch Brownies book.
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Sharon said...

I'd love the Fat Witch Brownies Book the best ...love her innovation and style, and I would love to bake these brownies myself!

hendy said...

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Sharon said...

A brownie recipe that sounds most delicious: macadamia nuts and peanut butter chocolate. Yum!

cheryl c said...

This Georgia girl would love to win these Southern cookbooks. I especially like the Paula Deen book because Savannah and Tybee Island are frequent weekend trips for us.
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cheryl c said...

I am interested in finding a yummy, yet easy, chocolate macaroon pie recipe.
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Lisa R/alterlisa said...

I'd love Paula Deen's, just saying
her name brings her southern drawl to mind.
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Cathy W said...

Gosh, that's a tough one. I'll say the Mary Mac's Tea Room
Why? The Georgia Peach Cobbler recipe from your review sold me.
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Cathy W said...

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Maureen said...

I would pick About Fat Witch Brownies because it looks like there are a lot of different bar recipes.
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Maureen said...

I would love to try to make blondies.
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Joan said...

While all three books sound wonderful if I had to choose just one it would be Miss Mary Mac's Tea Room. I had the pleasure of testing a couple of the recipes from this book for an on line group and they were awesome. So I know I'd enjoy visiting this book some more. I'm also interested in the concept of tea rooms so hoping there will be some information on that in the book as well.

Joan said...

I'd love to find a recipe for a good peanut butter pie.

Angie said...

I would have to say the Brownie cookbook would be my favorite. Banana Bread brownies? My husband would love those!

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Angie said...

Probably in none of these books but I would love a great shrimp scampi recipe

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Lori Thornton said...

I think the one I'd love most is Paula Deen's Savannah Style because it sounds like it includes an inside look of some Savannah homes in addition to the recipes.

I've tweeted this at http://twitter.com/#!/smokymtnfamhist/status/24447458796900352

I would love to see a recipe for a scone that uses lemon and perhaps some grated lemon rind. I think the book from Mary Mac's Tea Room might have a few good scone recipes.

debbie said...

I would really like the macy mac's tea room cookbook. I love southern cooking, and would really like to try some new recipes.
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debbie said...

I would like a new recipe for potato salad.
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Tore said...

I would choose any of them. They are all good books. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

CarolNWong said...

Think I would choose the Paula Deen cookbook. I have watched hershow many times and the love of cooking seems to be deeply instilled in her.

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CarolNWong said...

I tweeted:

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CarolNWong said...

I would love to learn how to make great Southern Biscuits! When I was a child, we had some in a restaurant in Atlanta and I have never forgotten them!


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Carol W. said...

Well, if I'm going to splurge, then Fat Witch Brownies would have just the right recipe, I'm sure.

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Carol W. said...

Maybe I could learn to make Jambalaya.

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Michelle M. said...

think I'd like Mary Mac tea room because I love some southern cooking and tea rooms in particular

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Sarah said...

I'm a Paula Deen fan, so I'd have to pick Paula Deen’s Savannah Style.

Paula Deen’s Savannah Style

Vicki said...

I'd love to win Mary Mac's Tea Room because I've never seen it before and I love southern comfort food.

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Colleen Turner said...

I just adore Paula Deen so I would have to pick her book if I had to choose.
Thanks,
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Colleen Turner said...

I would love a really good, hearty recipe for macaroni and cheese. I know it seems simple, but I just haven't found the right recipe for mac and cheese yet and I have had it at restaurants and fallen in love and cannot figure out how they do it!
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Vicki said...

My SIL loves Shepherd's Pie so I'd love to find a really good recipe for it.

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Colleen Turner said...

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Ellie said...

The cookbook I'd like to win the most is FAT WITCH BROWNIES because my hubby and son have been on a brownie kick lately and I'd like to make them a variety and not the same old same old over and over.

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Ellie said...

I tweeted this giveaway here:
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Ellie said...

A recipe I'd love to learn how to make is fudge. I have never had fudge turn out right.

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Connie said...

Hi! I just love Cookbooks..this is such a great prize! I would definitely pick Paula Deen's book for sure because I am a huge fan of her and her rich cooking...LOL.
Thank you for this giveaway! :)

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Connie said...

I would love to make some scones or tea biscuits. :)

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Christa said...

Yay!!! I LOVE cookbooks...my husband may think a little too much based on our bookshelf! :) I don't have any of these and would LOVE to won them all! If I had to pick one, I would pick Fat Witch Brownies. I have been eying this book for awhile! I love brownies and think it is great that they created a book of their highly talked about recipes. What I like most about them is that they can be made easily with 10 or less ingredients and with baking pans that most home cooks have. Thank you so much for this giveaway! One follower is going to be VERY lucky! :)

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Christa said...

Just blogged about this amazing giveaway!
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Christa said...

I would love to have a recipe for a good blondie! I've never made them before, but I have ate them and they are delicious! I don't usually see them and would love to be able to make them myself!

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Margie said...

I'd like to have the Savannah cook book. Our daughter now lives in SC and I think she would enjoy this.
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Margie said...

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Anonymous said...

I'd like to win Mary Mac's Tea Room-- love the idea of an entrepreneurial woman whose place became a regional legend.

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Anonymous said...

Heard there is a great blackberry jam cake in Mary Mac's Tea Room, as well as a truly phenomenal fried chicken recipe. Would love to fix one of them.

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catherine said...

Paula deen for sure because she sound just like my mom
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SLS(atlmuzikfanzinc) said...

I would like to own the fat with brownies because I like baking brownies and would love to bake different varieties of brownies.

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SLS(atlmuzikfanzinc) said...

I would love to cook some cherry-chocolate brownies

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Cuzinlogic said...

Fat Witch Brownies because I need to improve on my baking skills.
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Cuzinlogic said...

I'd like to learn how to make Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes.
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abitosunshine said...

All 3 sound wonderful, but I have to pick Mary Mac's Tea Room as the book I'd love to have on my bookshelf. The nostalgic information of tea rooms will be a wonderful addition to some recipes I'm sure will be unusual.

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thatlittlehouse said...

I'd pick Mary Mac's Tea Room because I love cookbooks with restaurant recipes, and this restaurant sounds terrific!

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thatlittlehouse said...

I'd love to cook a really delicious chicken-rice casserole

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bison61 said...

I'd like the ABOUT FAT WITCH BROWNIES-brownies are my favorite!

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throuthehaze said...

I would love Fat Witch Brownies because I LOVE brownies and I like making all different kinds.
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throuthehaze said...

I would love to learn a great recipe for a really decadent espresso brownie.
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Amy said...

I would love the Fat Witch Brownies Cookbook by Patricia Helding most of all! I have a real soft spot for brownies of all kinds, to eat and to bake (since they make other people so happy!) I love the cover of Mary Mac's Tea Room but my pick would definitely be the Fat Witch Brownies, even the name is awesome!

Thank you for this wonderful giveaway! Happy Blogoversary, too!

~ Amy
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Amy said...

I would love to learn to make some sort of peanut butter/chocolate brownies since I love Reese's Peanut Butter cups and chocolate dipped in peanut butter! I would also love to learn how to make blueberry scones. I haven't had homemade scones before...right out of someone's kitchen and I'd love to bake some!

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Amy said...

I tweeted here:
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Anonymous said...

I would choose FAT WITCH BROWNIE. I love brownies and would enjoy experimenting. Cream cheese brownies are a favorite of mine.

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Anonymous said...

I would love to learn how to cook pork loin or lamb stew.

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Jeff said...

My Wife really wants Paula Deens book. I'd like to win it for her.

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Jeff said...

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Jeff said...

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Jeff said...

I'd love to know how to cook roast or pot roast it's my favorite supper, if I knew how to makie it I could have it more often. I wife gets tired of making the same things all the time. jeff72768@yahoo.com

Shirley said...

I'd choose the fat witch brownies, This is a new to me place and I bet there are some great recipes in there. Look forward to trying them.

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Shirley said...

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Shirley said...

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Shirley said...

I'd like to try the Breakfast Brownie. That sounds like a good way to start a morning.

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Shirley said...

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Tina said...

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Tina said...

I'm not real good at following recipes I like to guesstimate my ingredeints, si I'd love to pass these on to my BF's Mom who collects cookbooks. christina101092@yahoo.com

Tina said...

Maybe one of those brownies recipes, since I don't bake the same way I cook, but I try not to bake very often. Have to watch the waist line.

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Christine H said...

It's a tough choice between Paula Deen who you can't help but love! and the Fat witch brownies. I think I'd like to try those brownie recipes and see if they are better than what I currently bake.

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Christine H said...

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Christine H said...

A Fat witch Brownie, since I've never tried them or heard of them before this, I'm dying to try some.
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AmandaSue said...

They all look great! But the fat witch brownies sounds great since it seems like it has great simple recipes and everyone in my family adores brownies! Thanks for the chance into this giveaway.

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dag888888 said...

Love Paula Deen so would probably like Paul Deen's book most!

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dag888888 said...

Would like to make Shepherd's Pie!

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Jennifer said...

I think I would prefer the Fat Witch Brownie book. I have a sweet tooth!

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Jennifer said...

I would like to learn how to make brownies!

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Meredith said...

I would love the Fat Witch Brownies book! I love brownies!

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Meredith said...

I don't have a specific recipe, but I'm sure the Mary Mac's Tea Room book would make my cooking more appealing to my southern hubby!

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Jeff said...

I would definitely love the Paula Deen book. I love Southern Cooking in general and everything I've ever seen her make on Food Network looks delicious.

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Jeff said...

I tweeted about your contest:
http://twitter.com/#!/GalleyGuy/status/27894521849192448

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Jeff said...

I would love to learn how to cook southern style chicken croquettes. Hope to find that in the Paula Deen book.

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Anne said...

Brownies are my favorite dessert, so Fat Witch Brownies is the one I'd most like, but I hear great things about Paula Deen's cooking.

I'd like to learn how to make Southern fried steak which might be in Paula Deen's book.

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Anne said...

I'd like to learn how to make Southern fried steak which might be in Paula Deen's book.

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mamabunny13 said...

I think I would choose Mary Macks Tea Room
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mamabunny13 said...

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mamabunny13 said...

I want to learn how to make good chicken and dumplings
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nicole / Twitter: BTHM1 said...

Mary Mac’s Tea Room would be my fav- we never got there while on honeymoon, and I am sorry we didnt!

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nicole / Twitter: BTHM1 said...

would love to bake the cranberry blondies from the fat witch bakery book

MRWriter said...

I'd love to read Paula Deen's Savannah Style because I love PD!

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MRWriter said...

I'd like to learn how to make rasberry torte or fruit tarts.

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Beachreader said...

I would love Mary MAc's tea room. I love going to tea with my mom.

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3 Boys and an Old Lady said...

I'd love the Fat Witch because I love baking and have seen some of their recipes but don't own any of the cookbooks YET. :-)

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3 Boys and an Old Lady said...

I have always wanted to make red velvet cake from scratch.

Kay said...

I love Paula Deen and would pick that cookbook first.

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Kay said...

I'd love to see if Paula's Fried Macaroni and Cheese recipe is in the book. I saw her fix that on her show and I was fascinated. I mean really, "fried macaroni and cheese"???

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Lisa said...

I would choose Paula Deen because I secretly think I was a Southern cook in a previous life.

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Lisa said...

If I could choose only one recipe it would be Bread Pudding. Yum..Yum!

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Jolee said...

The FAt Witch Cookbook sounds great...I'm all about brownies (CHOCOLATE!!) and bar cookies. Yum. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

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Bread pudding and cinnamon rolls....Yum. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

Kimberly said...

Mary Mac's with 100 Southern receipies. Yum!
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LAMusing said...

Paula Deen - I already have 3 of her recipes from online in my regular repertoire. Lots of calories but oh so yummy
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LAMusing said...

I'd love a really good recipe for pecan pie
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Norma said...

I'd pick Mary Mac's Tea Room. I can get some of Paula's on TV and although I love brownies, if I could only pick one I'd want more variety.
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Norma said...

I'd love a brilliant recipe for mac and cheese
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Anonymous said...

I would have to pick the tea room book...I love teas and would love to open a tearoom myself one day!!!

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Anonymous said...

I hope thre would be a great recipe for petit fours and small dessert cakes in the tea party book...I tried to make them once and it just didnt turn out like i'd hoped!

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I would like MARY MAC'S TEA ROOM
I am into southern cooking...

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I would love to find a bake bean recipe

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edmontonjb said...

If I had to choose I would go with the Paula Deen book because I have enjoyed her books in the past.

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