Monday, December 1, 2008

A Plate Full of Memories CD - Rom Giveaway

A Plate Full of Memories is a CD-Rom software that allows you to create your own family cookbook. Gather all those old recipes and store them here for easy passage on from generation to generation.

One of my lucky readers will win their very own copy to try. Here's how:

1. Tell me in the comments below what your favorite family recipe is.

2. The contest will run through Friday, December 5th at 11:59 Central Time. The winner will be chosen by They will be contacted through email. Continental U.S. entries only please.

3. Please leave a valid email address or other way to contact you. If the winner hasn't responded within 3 days, another winner will be chosen at random.

4. If you’d like a couple extra entries you can either:

  • Subscribe to my RSS feed or subscribe via e-mail – leave me a separate comment to let me know.
  • Mention this contest on your blog with a link back to this post, and leave a separate comment with the link to your post so I can find it.

Thanks and good luck!!

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Tiff said...

I have to say my mom's chocolate balls. It's my favorite. She makes them every Christmas. She actually gave me her secret recipe the other day so I could make them this year!

Tiff said...

I subscribed! I love this site!

Sheila said...

My favorite family recipe would be my aunt's no bake cookie recipe. I make batches as gifts as everyone loves them!

Sheila said...

I am also subscribed. :)

janetfaye said...

My favorite family recipe is Lasagna.

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Heather said...

My favorite family recipe is egg-corn pudding, which I always make for the holidays. My mother-in-law made it for dinner the very first time I met her. Now that she is passed on it is even more special.

Thanks for the great giveaway!


Heather said...

I subscribed to your feed!


Staci said...

One of my favorite family recipes is my moms sticky buns. She only makes them at Christmas, and they are so amazing.

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