According to Random.org, the winner is Cindy! Cindy, I see that you left your e-mail in the comment, so I will be contacting you soon to redeem your prize.
Merry Christmas to all! Or happy Hanukkah, as the case may be. I feel so blessed this holiday season, even though I am quite busy! I wish you and your families all the joy in the world. Thanks for reading my little piece of the world.
Monday, December 19, 2011
Friday, December 9, 2011
Are you ready for Christmas? There's so much to do! And in our case, we have a ton of family coming over. There are many different food things to consider, and the above picture will help out with that. My husband loves Kikkoman soy and Teriyaki sauce. He was stationed in Japan and has specific tastes. He finds them to be the best here in America. While I am not a huge fun of soy sauce (or Asian type food in general) Kikkoman still saves the day with their delicious milks and bread crumbs. This weekend, Joel is even trying out their french toast recipe! I'll keep you updated with progress on that. It looks delish! They even have a yummy mac & cheese recipe that the family will be tasting over Christmas. Who knew? Thanks to Kikkoman and my early Christmas gift, I now have a ton of new recipes for holidays.
In the spirit of yummy food and giving, for my readers I would like to offer a giveaway! For my military related readers, the prize is a $25 gift certificate to the commissary to help lighten your holiday load. If you don't have access to a commissary near you, the prize will be an assortment of the yummies you see listed above, plus a spoon rest and a Kikkoman rubber ducky. That guy is so cute!
How to enter? Easy! Just leave me a comment stating what your favorite holiday dish is, and then stay tuned to find out the winner! I will take entries until Tuesday, which is my last final for the semester. Eek!
Happy winning everyone!!!