Grow Your Own Kitchen Herbs {Hello Spring Giveaway Hop}



Hello Spring Giveaway Hop


The birds are chirping, trees are budding, glimpses of green leaves are apparent here and there, and the sun is shining – finally!

We are saying hello to spring with a fun giveaway just for you.

Enjoy cooking with and growing your own fresh parsley, basil and chives with this fabulous Herb Trio Grow Kit from TotalGreen Holland.

Indoor Herb Garden Grow Kit Giveaway

It comes neatly boxed, containing three terra cotta planters, premium peat pellets with nutrients (activated by water), and three seed packets (non-GMO) ready for planting and growing your own basil, parsley and chives to enjoy in your favorite recipes.

Indoor Herb Garden Giveaway


Enjoy the benefits of growing your own herbs in the comfort of your kitchen – always have them fresh and easy-at-hand, try new combinations of flavors in your favorite dishes, know that you don’t have to worry about harmful pesticides or contaminants, and enjoy the fresh green splash of color on the window sill.

Make some fresh pesto with your basil. Enjoy the fresh parsley in these Baby Potatoes with Parsley and Lemon Butter. Add some fresh chives to top off that baked potato or tray of nachos, or try them in this Mashed Cauliflower with Parmesan and Chives recipe.

What dish would you make with these fresh herbs?

We are also delighted to be a part of the Hello Spring Giveaway Hop with a crew of other blogs, so please check out their giveaways below after entering for your chance to win the herb garden kit here on Dish Dish.




Favorite Easy Church Potluck Dishes and Recipes

Favorite Easy Church Potluck Recipes

Growing up in the south, church potlucks were a part of our regular routine. It didn’t even have to be a holiday or special occasion (which, of course, pretty much required a good potluck dinner or “dinner on the grounds”).

Potluck dinners were so much fun – lots of time to visit, catch up and share with people, getting to know each other better and enjoying community. Sometimes there would be games and music, too. And, of course, there was always plenty of desserts!

In case you haven’t been to a potluck dinner before (or haven’t taken a dish to one) and aren’t sure where to start, these favorite (mostly easy) dishes and recipes are the perfect place to start.

And at the end, we share a few hacks for easily transporting food for your potluck dinner.


Broccoli Grape Pasta Salad recipe

Broccoli Grape Pasta Salad is a tremendous dish (plan to make-ahead the night before or earlier in the day since it needs to chill for 3 hours before serving) for a potluck.
It’s colorful and full of a wide variety of flavor with crumbled bacon, pecans, and a creamy red-wine dressing.


Crockpot Mexican or Spanish Rice recipe

Use the crockpot to dish up this delicious Mexican (or Spanish) Rice for a crowd (image by Practical Stewardship).
With only a few ingredients — some onion, peppers and tomatoes with broth, seasoning, and rice — you have an easy filling side dish.


Baked Spaghetti recipe

Baked Spaghetti is a wonderful dish for a potluck; this version is layered with cheesy goodness for a taste similar to lasagna (with a lot less work).


Mini Baked Ham Sandwiches

For these Mini Baked Ham Sandwiches — use Hawaiian rolls or packaged dinner rolls, cut open, seasoned with mustard
and Worcestershire sauce, layered with ham and Swiss cheese, baked to perfection. So yummy!


Mexican Layered Salad | Fabulous Dinner Ideas

Besides being beautifully colorful, this Mexican Layered Salad is also
easy to put together and easy to transport, as well as perfect for a crowd.


chocolate sheet cake, texas sheet cake

For dessert, a Chocolate Sheet Cake baked in a jelly-roll pan (feeds a decent crowd) and is topped while still warm with drizzly chocolate icing. It’s always a hit!


Quick Tips and Hacks for Transporting Dishes to and From a Potluck Dinner:

1. Place your crockpot into a laundry basket lined with towels to easily transport without making a mess.

2. When transporting dishes in foil pans, place same size foil pan on top of the one carrying your food, and clip them together with binder clips to secure.

3. Bring a frozen ice pack (or two) wrapped in towels and tuck them under your dish to keep it cold.

4. Use an insulated carrier, cooler or crockpot to keep food warm (or use heated bricks or ceramic tiles wrapped in towels)


Do you have fond memories of potluck dinners? What are your favorite potluck dishes (to eat or bring)? We look forward to hearing from you in the comments below.

And if your church or community group would like to collect recipes to share online, we’d love to help with your digital cookbook project so you can share recipes any time, any place.

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Easy Winter Recipes

Easy Winter Recipes


There’s something so comforting about a home-cooked meal especially in the winter – you know, those days when you just want to bundle up, stay indoors (or come in after being outdoors) and warm up with comfort food in front of a cozy fireplace?

Sometimes if the winter drags on, though, it can be difficult to find the inspiration to get another meal on the table for everyone.

So we are jumping in with some of our favorite easy winter recipe ideas for your dinner table this week.

Winter Soup

This hearty soup is an easy crockpot or slow cooker meal with fresh vegetables and ground beef or turkey.
(Photo by Taste of Home)

Winter Soup by Taste of Home

1 pound lean ground beef or turkey
1 large onion, chopped
2 cups beef broth
14 oz. can diced tomatoes, undrained
1-1/2 cups water
1/2 cup each of diced carrots, diced celery, and frozen green beans
1 cup diced potatoes
1 tsp. dried parsley flakes
1/2 teaspoon each dried basil, dried thyme
salt and pepper to taste

Cook beef (or turkey) with onion in a skillet over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Add all ingredients with cooked ground meat into crock pot or slow cooker, and cook on High for 4 hours or Low for 8 hours until cooked through.


Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie Stew

I love the creamy texture of this dish; if you don’t want to cube the chicken before cooking (I don’t like to do that part), then just let it cook and pull it out before serving so you can chop it up a bit before putting back in the stew. Toss all the ingredients in the slow cooker for the day and serve over split biscuits for a hearty, comforting meal at the end of the day.

Crockpot Chicken Pot Pie Stew recipe

2 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, cubed (or pull apart after cooking)
5 medium red potatoes, quartered or diced
8 oz. baby carrots, sliced or diced if desired
1 cup chopped celery
1 can condensed cream of chicken soup
3 cubes chicken bouillon
1/2 teaspoon each garlic salt, celery salt
pepper to taste
8 oz. frozen mixed vegetables

Combine all ingredients in slow cooker, and cook on High for 5-6 hours. Serve over freshly baked biscuits for that pot pie flavor.


Beef Stroganoff Caserole

I like that this dish incorporates the flavors of beef stroganoff without requiring the long cook time generally needed to tenderize cuts of beef for a traditional stroganoff dish. This tasty casserole is made with ground beef, noodles and mushrooms in a creamy beef sauce and some mozzarella cheese thrown in for a cheesy twist.

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1 pound wide egg noodles
1 cup chopped onion and 1 clove garlic (minced)
1/2 tsp. dry thyme
8 oz. button mushrooms, sliced
1 pound lean ground beef
salt and pepper to taste
1/2 tsp. Italian seasoning
1 cup beef broth
2 dashes Worcestershire sauce
8 oz. sour cream
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F; spray baking dish with cooking spray. Cook noodles according to package directions. In a skillet over medium heat, cook oil, onions, garlic and thyme for about 2 minutes; add mushrooms and cook for 5 minutes, then add beef and cook until it is no longer pink. Season with salt, pepper and Italian seasoning.

Add broth and Worcestershire sauce and stir for 2 minutes. Remove from heat, stir in sour cream, noodles, and half of mozzarella. Pour into prepared baking dish and sprinkle with remaining cheese. Cover with foil and bake for 25 minutes; remove foil and bake 10 minutes more until lightly browned.


What comforting food dishes do you and your family enjoy especially in the winter time? Do you have some terrific ideas or tips to share? We love hearing your feedback and thoughts in the comments below. Leave us a note!

Other recipes you might enjoy:

40 Best Winter Recipes

 10 Fabulous Soups You Will Fall in Love With

Our Favorite Fall Recipes

5 Easy Dinner Ideas for Your Busy Day



Kitchen Cabinet Organizer Giveaway & Giveaway Hop

No matter the time of year, keeping the clutter down to a minimum and getting things organized around the house is always a good idea – and helps eliminate some of the stress when you’re trying to relax at home.

It’s so nice to come home to a kitchen that’s well-organized, decluttered, ready for cooking and enjoying a wonderful home-cooked meal together.

To inspire you in that regard, this month we’re giving away a fabulous kitchen cabinet organizer to help contain your cutting boards, thin baking sheets, or boxed wraps – like aluminum foil, wax paper and plastic wrap.

Kitchen Shelf Organizer Giveaway

I love the way this organizer is so versatile – use it to control the clattering baking sheets or easily slide in and out your cutting boards; or keep your aluminum foil, waxed paper and plastic wrap close at hand, easy to find, and even better – easy for someone else to put away when you’re finished using it! (Big grin).

The organizer also sleekly fits either inside your cabinet door (hung over the door or mounted on the inside of the door), inside a pantry door or on the wall (with all mounting hardware included).

Which kitchen items do you struggle with organizing? Leave us a comment below and we can brainstorm solutions together!


In addition to this fantastic giveaway, we’re partnered up with other blogs in the Review Wire “Love is in the Air” Giveaway Hop – so check out the other giveaways below and enter for a chance to win some other fabulous prizes.


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11 Healthy Lifestyle Tips (plus Recipes) for the New Year



11 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for the New Year | Dish Dish Recipe App

Making healthy choices for myself and my family can sometimes seem arduous or overwhelming (where to start and how to stay consistent).

However, I find it’s easier to move towards a healthy lifestyle by breaking it down into small steps I can take (whether personally or for my whole family), so the steps are manageable and things I will be able to maintain long-term (instead of jumping on each bandwagon of extreme dieting and lifestyle changes).

How about you? If you too are looking for small changes in the right direction for a healthier you and happier family, these tips will definitely help you (and me) get started!

1. Drink Some Water

Drink 2 more glasses of water each day than you are drinking now (if you aren’t drinking enough water) – try to add one to your morning routine and one to your afternoon or evening, at the least. Since I am not a fan of plain water, I often drink mine with a little lemon or orange essential oil or a slice of lemon, lime, or orange to add a little pizzazz. You can even make up a whole pitcher of water with fruit slices or berries and keep it on hand for yourself and the kids to enjoy throughout the day.

2. Be Grateful

Start your day by listing 3 things (or more) for which you are grateful. There is just something about starting the day with a positive, uplifting perspective and attitude, which can easily be jump-started by pausing to think about the good things in our life at the moment (all of us have at least 3, right?).

3. Get Moving

Walk for 10 minutes. When we’re not in the habit of exercising and starting a whole new program seems daunting, starting with 10 minutes a day can seem manageable (especially since you already have to walk around each day). If the weather is great, it’s wonderful to step outdoors for a brief walk; and if not, set a timer and walk indoors (up and down the stairs, around the house, around the shopping center or office, etc.).

4. Laugh a Little

Choose to laugh and smile. Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the responsibilities of the day and not even allow ourselves to laugh or smile at the funny moments or interesting situations around us. Look for an opportunity to do so – and I promise you’ll feel better!

5. Cook at Home

Eat at least one more home-cooked meal for dinner each week. Eating in is healthier for us, and cooking and eating together as a family (or with friends) is good for our relationships and souls. If you don’t like to cook usually – start with one simple meal (something like spaghetti or tacos or pizza with a store-bought crust). If you’re ambitious, you could download our Quick and Easy Meal Plan that gives you 6 dinner recipes for each week along with a snack and dessert, complete with the grocery list needed for that week as well.

Skillet Lasagna recipe | Dish Dish recipes
Skillet Lasagna Recipe
– dish up a quick, easy dinner this week (serves 4).

1-1/3 Tbsp. olive oil
1 pound ground beef
1 clove garlic, minced
16 ounces marinara sauce
1-1/2 tsp. Italian seasoning
8 ounces bow tie pasta
1/3 cup sour cream
1/3 cup grated mozzarella
chopped fresh basil, garnish, if desired

Heat olive oil in a skillet. Cook ground beef with garlic until beef is cooked through; drain off the grease. Stir in marinara sauce, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Turn heat down to low and simmer for 15 minutes; meanwhile, cook bow tie pasta in saucepan of salted water until cooked al dente (about 7 or 8 minutes). Stir sour cream into beef and sauce, then throw mozzarella and cooked pasta into sauce, stirring well. If desired, garnish with chopped fresh basil.

6. More Vegetables?

Add a couple of vegetable servings to your day. Pick a couple of vegetables you like the most, and add one of those to your lunch or dinner plate. Start small, and add on later.

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Fresh Green Beans with Grape Tomatoes and Feta Recipe
Toss 1 pound of fresh green beans (cleaned and snapped) with a little bit of olive oil, salt and pepper. Place on foil-lined baking sheet in 450 degree F oven for 15-20 minutes. During last 10 minutes of roasting, add 1 pint of grape tomatoes to pan with green beans. When beans have reached desired tenderness, toss beans and tomatoes with 1 cup of feta cheese (marinated, if desired) and serve.

7. Use a Smaller Plate

Reduce the plate size for meals. If you’re struggling with overeating at meals, start with a smaller plate and stick with one helping. It’s the little things that make a difference over time. This way you can still enjoy your favorite foods, but eating a little less of them will help you feel better.

8. Make Time for Friends

Enjoy some time with friends. It doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Plan once or twice a month to enjoy dinner together or meet up for a hike or game night. Laughing together, catching up on how things are going for everyone, and encouraging each other through the ups and downs of life – it’s worth it!

9. Meet a Neighbor

It seems like so many of us live in a neighborhood where everyone comes home from work, closes the garage door, and doesn’t set foot outside again until they leave for work in the morning. Be a good neighbor and meet a new neighbor or two on your block. Take over a treat or a plant (it doesn’t have to be anything expensive), introduce yourself, and get to know them. You may find a new best friend (or at least have someone you can call if you need to borrow some flour or sugar).

10. Do Something you Love

Do you have a hobby or activity that you really enjoy, but always gets lost in the shuffle because responsibilities take priority? Choose to intentionally allow yourself time to enjoy that activity a little bit each day or at least once a week (depending on the activity and time required). It’s great to have something to feed our soul like that, experiencing the joy of doing something we love, and it provides an outlet for relieving stress, being creative, and giving our brains a break from “work”.

11. Learn Something New

It’s important for our well-being that we keep learning new things. It can be something small – peel and mince garlic, cook a spaghetti squash, etc. Or something bigger – learning to swim or speak a new language or an entirely new career. But starting small is fine – pick one thing new to learn each week or each month and enjoy a whole new world!

Do you have other ideas or suggestions for healthy lifestyle? We would love to hear your thoughts, too, in the comments below. Thanks for stopping by!


Favorite Holiday Recipes for the Family

Favorite Holiday Recipes for the Family | Dish Dish Recipe Box


With the holidays upon us and everyone in a tither — shopping, wrapping up work for the year, traveling, making time with family and friends, planning for visits — it can be hard to know whether you’re coming or going half the time. (above background Photo by Dayne Topkin on Unsplash)

Take a deep breath and enjoy some of these favorite holiday meals with your loved ones, for Hanukkah, Christmas, the New Year, and more … whether you love planning a complex meal or are simply looking for ideas to stay in the groove of family meals around the table amidst all the hustle and bustle (or need something easy to take on the road with you), we have some great recipe ideas just for you!

Pretty Presentation Recipes

Grilled Chicken and Sausage Spiedini Recipe

Chicken and Sausage Spiedini
This is an amazing colorful grilled dish of skewered chicken and sausage served on a platter with roasted peppers, onions, and skillet-fried potatoes drizzled with homemade Sicilian Herb Vinaigrette. If you have a little extra time and want to create a wonderful presentation dinner that’s also full of intense flavor, this is the dish for your family (recruit some help with the chopping, dicing, mixing – and make it a family night event).


Roasted Salmon and Green Beans Recipe

Roasted Salmon and Green Beans
Colorful platter presentation with a layer of green beans and basil with shallots topped with roasted salmon and a sprinkle of basil leaves for garnish. It’s a very simple dish to make, but also beautiful to present for guests or as the centerpiece of your family dinner night.


Quick, Easy Meals

Creamy Ham and Corn Chowder Pasta

Creamy, Ham and Corn Chowder Pasta
Here is a super easy dish with sauteed diced ham, frozen green beans and corn, pasta and seasonings in a creamy sauce. It’s amazingly quick to put together, and serves up a hearty meal the whole family will enjoy!

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Easy Chicken Pot Pie
If you are longing for some comfort food — like an old-fashioned chicken pot pie — this one is a quick simple substitute using frozen mixed vegetables, canned soup, and chopped chicken topped with Bisquick batter or canned biscuits. Great use for leftover cooked chicken or chopped deli chicken.


Easy Travel or Potluck Recipes

Potluck Meals

Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya Rice
Sauteed veggies, chicken and sausage, are baked in the oven with rice and seasonings for a one-pot meal that’s easy for taking along to a potluck or large family gathering.

BBQ Baked Beans and Sausage
Sliced sausage links with simple canned beans and fresh BBQ seasonings along with collard greens provides a healthy, delicious, easy take-along meal.

Crockpot Spicy Green Chile Pulled Pork
Pork shoulder roast cooks all day in the crockpot with green chilies and seasonings; just pull apart and serve as tacos, sandwiches, or with veggies and rice for a full meal.


Does your family have holiday meal traditions? Are you looking for dinner or meal recipe ideas for particular circumstances? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below – ideas, suggestions, questions — all are welcome.

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Cash Giveaway ($250) for the Holidays



I can not believe we’re nearing the end of another year. It’s the season for love and giving, but too often also stress.

Let us knock some of that weight off of your shoulders by giving you a chance to win BIG during our $250 Holiday Cash Giveaway! You have the option of choosing between $250 PayPal Cash OR a Gift Card of choice!

So, kick back with a mug of hot chocolate with this fabulous recipe, and take a few minutes to enter the giveaway.


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White Hot Cocoa with Chocolate Marshmallows
1 cup white chocolate chips (or semi-sweet chocolate, if you prefer)
2 cups whole milk
1 cup of cream OR half-and-half

Place chocolate chips in large heat-proof bowl.
Heat milk and cream or half-and-half in saucepan
over medium-low heat until bubbles form around edges (stirring occasionally).
Pour hot milk over chocolate chips in bowl and whisk until melted.
Pour into 2 to 4 mugs and top with marshmallows.
(See recipe for making your own chocolate marshmallows).


This event was organized by The Kids Did It & The Mommy Island and sponsored by fabulous bloggers, authors, and Etsy shop owners!
Don’t be a Humbug, jingle your way through the daily entries!

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Giveaway Details:

ONE entrant will be selected from the entry form to win $250 PayPal cash OR a $250 gift card of choice. Open for entry WW, 18 years and older from 12/01/18 at 12:01 a.m. ET thru 12/21/18 at 11:59 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. A winner will be chosen after/around December 22, 2018. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to notification email to claim their prize or a new winner will be selected. See Rafflecopter for official rules. The Kids Did It & The Mommy Island ARE responsible for sending the winner their prize via PayPal or e-gift card. The winner has the option of choosing between PayPal and an e-gift card of choice. Prize may be less than $250 if you choose a gift card with fees. Any fees associated with PayPal are the responsibility of the winner and will be deducted from the total prize amount.


A huge THANK YOU to these fabulous bloggers, without which, this giveaway would not be possible. Please note the first entry is to show them love on one of their posts below and is NOT optional. All entries are verified.

Follow The Kids Did It on Facebook and Twitter then enter for a chance to win!

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Cyberweek Sale – Save 40% while Saving Family Memories

Cyber Week Sale 2018 - Family Recipes, Family Cookbook, Sharing Recipes


We are grateful for those of you who have become family with us here at Dish Dish and have engaged with our heart for inspiring and helping families to pass along the legacy of family cooking, recipes, food and holiday traditions to the next generation, shared around the world with digitally collected and organized recipes for the whole family.

Benefits of Family Meals Together

Often we hear of the tremendous benefits for families – in regards to physical, emotional and mental health — of eating dinner together around the family table, sharing not only a meal, but the thoughts, frustrations and joys of the day together. It’s a reminder that we aren’t alone, that others have struggles just like ours, and that together life is better.

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Be Happy – Cook Together, Too

So we encourage you to take a little bit of time, cook a simple meal together with loved ones, sit down around the table to enjoy the food and fellowship, and remember how good it feels to take a deep breath and enjoy the time with each other.

Save Money – Discount For Your Recipe Box

This week take advantage of our discount (use code Cyber40) to get your entire box, drawer or closet of family recipes organized digitally online (so all the family members can share and enjoy wherever they are) with our Digital Recipe Album or the Concierge Offer packages.

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Share Your Family Traditions

And we’d love to hear from you – if you have ideas, suggestions, comments – what you love about sharing recipes on Dish Dish, how your family enjoys meals together, whether you still have grandma’s recipe box and fond memories of holiday foodie traditions with the whole family.

Do you have a friend who has a drawer full of recipes, or a lifetime collection that they would enjoy having digitally organized for easy searching, access, and sharing with friends? Feel free to pass along the discount to them, too!

Thank you for stopping by today and sharing your time with us. We wish you a merry holiday season and the best of times with family and friends.


Crockpot Chicken Chili Recipe



Crockpot Chicken Chili Recipe in bowl


Crockpot Chicken Chili – it’s the perfect blend of easy and delicious with simple ingredients. I love that I can throw the chicken in there still frozen (if it’s early in the day) or thawed (if I remembered to take it out of the freezer earlier or used the microwave to defrost) and still have a wonderful home-cooked meal in time for dinner for the whole gang.

Using the crockpot or slow-cooker means I have a lot less clean-up for the meal than otherwise, and this soup goes great with some tortilla chips (so there’s no bread to bake to go with it, either). In our house full of boys – there is almost always some kind of bread to go with dinner, especially if we’re having soup.

But I digress. Grab your crockpot, some fresh or frozen chicken cutlets, and let’s get started!

Chop some onion, green bell pepper and garlic, and toss it in the bottom of your crockpot.

Crockpot Chicken Chili Recipe

Layer the chicken pieces over the top of the vegetables, and season the chicken pieces with cumin, chili powder, fajita seasoning, salt and pepper (as much or as little as you prefer).

Crockpot Chicken Chili Recipe

Over all of this, pour one can each of black beans, pinto beans, diced tomatoes, Mexican corn or plain corn, and tomato sauce.

Crockpot Chicken Chili Recipe ingredients

Gently pour one to two cups of chicken broth or stock over all (I used one cup when cooking for 4 hours – if you’re leaving it for 8 hours or more, I’d use 2 cups so that it keeps enough liquid).

If chicken is frozen, set crockpot on low heat for 8 hours; if you’re using thawed chicken pieces, cook on High for 4 hours (or low for 8 hours if you need to leave it all day).

When you’re about ready to serve, pull out the chicken pieces and chop or shred them before placing back in crockpot.

Serve in large bowls and garnish with sour cream, shredded cheese, tortilla chips, jalapenos, green onions, or any other topping your family enjoys.

Crockpot Chicken Chili Recipe on table


This chili was so delicious, and the whole family enjoyed. I love that there’s very little chopping or prep, as well as clean up. And it’s great for a large group!

(See entire printable, shareable Crockpot Chicken Chili recipe here).

What else do you like to include in chicken chili? What is your family’s favorite garnish for a dish like this?

Please take a moment and leave us a comment below – we love hearing what you think!

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Gobble ‘Til Ya Wobble Giveaway Hop


Gobble til ya Wobble Giveaway Hop


As we count down the days to Thanksgiving, planning meals and menus, scheduling get-togethers and parties, looking forward to some time off and some family time together, we want to bless one of our amazing readers with a little gift package token of thanks in this holiday giveaway.

We are excited to partners with quite a few other bloggers on this giveaway as well, so please be sure to check out their giveaways in the linkup below after entering our giveaway.

If you’re busily preparing for hosting Thanksgiving at your house or are trying to decide on which dish to take for a potluck dinner at a friend or family member’s home, take a moment to download our Thanksgiving Dinner Planning Guide – complete with make-ahead ideas and tips, fabulous recipes, and tips for less stress on the special day.

For our Dish Dish giveaway this month, one winner will receive the following:

1. A beautiful bamboo Dish Dish cutting board (perfectly sized for handy chopping, prepping, as well as easy cleaning and storage).

2. Two decorative potholders with the Faith, Family, Friends sentiment as well as a pocketed gray potholder for heavy-duty lifting in the kitchen.

3. One honey drizzler – because everyone needs one for enjoying their favorite cup of tea or drizzling honey over breakfast biscuits.

4. One tea diffuser – diffuse your favorite tea blend into a mug of hot water these cold wintry mornings and savor life.

5. Just for fun – a cute stocking cookie cutter (perfect for making fun holiday cookies or as a holiday package decoration).

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A few other Thanksgiving posts for you to enjoy:
Best Recipes for Thanksgiving Side Dishes
Thanksgiving Turkey Tips
25 Best Thanksgiving Recipes You Need to Know