Thursday, December 20, 2012

Let's have a giveaway! No, two giveaways!

(This giveaway is closed now.....thank you for your interest!)

Oh, how exciting!  I do love me a good giveaway, don't you? And I think you'll LOVE this one! Actually it's two giveaways in one!

Our extra-special sponsor, fabric designer Jacquelynne Steves, is providing TWO fat quarter bundles for you lucky Lilypadquilting peeps!

This fabric line has really captured my heart. I love the colors and the fruit and veggie motifs. Jacquelynne has featured a potholder tutorial on her blog using the fabrics, so you might want to hop over there and see. 

Each bundle will contain sixteen fat quarters from her "Fruitful Hands" collection --- the same yummy fabrics that I've been working with, on my secret project.  Feast your eyes on these:

Prints in stunning colors . . . 


More lovelies . . .


And one bundle will have the panel included --- just take a peek here:


So, there you have it. One bundle of sixteen fat quarters and the panel, for first prize, and another bundle of sixteen fat quarters for second prize! (I bet that you are excited now!)

Hmmmmm. What tidbit of information shall I extract from you, to be entered into the drawing . . . How about if you fill in the blank in this sentence: "I've tried and tried to make Grandma's (or Mom's) Christmas______________, but I can't. I swear she hasn't told me all of the ingredients in the recipe." (Grin)  Is there one specialty that you've not been able to duplicate? The exact flavor has eluded you? Haven't you wondered if they really told you everything that went into it? 
That will be your entry into the drawing!


You don't have to be a follower to enter, but we sure do love our followers, so if you are a Lilypadquilting follower, you can have a second entry!

We'll leave this giveaway open for a week -- then Mr. Random will pick a winner, and we'll announce it!

Good luck, everyone!  (Whispering) Oh, and I hope you will understand.....with the Christmas activities and such, I may not be able to respond to all of the comments, but I will read them and I love you all!

Love,


   

180 comments:

  1. Well a little cliche' - but my great gran made the best fruit cake AND NO ONE has duplicated it to this day!

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  2. Oh my gosh.....what a fabulous giveaway, am I ever glad I decided to read blogs tonight(can't sleep)

    Grandma's banana pudding....but I must confess, my mother gave me the recipe by memory and she was correct, it brought back a flood of memories of my grandmother.

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  3. Mince pies! It's the pastry I can never get right, my Mum's were always light and melt in the mouth, mine.... don't ask! Happy Christmas! Hugs x

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  4. Git would be her Cabbage Rolls, I can't make them even close to little Gramma's!

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  5. Oh Ms. Snoodles...are you really Santa caus? What generous giveaways with such a Spring-like feel! Thank you for the chance. Now for the response...Nana's hermit cookies...have never been able to make them like hers!

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  6. Bread, Gran could make wonderful bread by hand with no electric mixer or anything. I need help from the benchtop mixer and even then it's not quite the same; possibly because she's not there.

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  7. Chocolate cake...never been able to make it same as like my mum!

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  8. I'm a follower via google reader!

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  9. My grandmother's Grapenut bread. It uses Grapenuts cereal soaked in buttermilk.

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  10. I am a very happy follower. Merry Christmas Snoodles.

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  11. I've tried and tried but I can't make mom's cinnamon rolls! She must have a magic way of making yeast bend to her will. ;) Maybe this year will be my lucky year!

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  12. I am also a happy follower. Thank you for the chance to win a great giveaway! Happy holidays!

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  13. My mom and grandma were the worst cooks in the universe -- my sister and I have improved their recipes and still provide our families with dishes we can claim are traditional to our family. So the one secret my female relatives held back from us is how they could have made everything taste SO BAD, lol!

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  14. My Gram made yhe most awesome chocolate drops, very light and airy and so hard to get right. I'm still trying.

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  15. my mom never cooked growing up, and I don't remember my grandmother's cooking, BUT since I'm from DK, there ARE certain things I miss or can't make. Like danish rice pudding- not like kozy shack! it has obviousbly the rice pudding, also chopped almonds and one WHOLE almond (skin off of course) at Christmas, the person who gets the WHOLE almond, gets a "almond" present, which is usually chocolate or a game for kids. When I was little the adults would then hide the almond or give it to one of the kids so they'd get the present, or they'd trick us and say they got it in their cheek.

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  16. mulled wine! I can never get mine to taste as good as Mum's did!

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  17. Duplicating the stuffing my mom made is a real challenge. She saved crusts and leftover cornbread all year long, some ended up in bread pudding and some in stuffing. Recipe?! nope, just some of this and some of that. It always tasted awesome!! Mine is good, of course, but just not the same. (I've never been able to duplicate her potato salad either!)

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  18. That's an easy one and I just tried to make them.....Tamales. My Grandmother used to make the best.

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  19. My mom made the best cinnamon rolls, but she passed away before I realized I should have asked her for the recipe,, and I've never been able to duplicate her rolls. I was in my twenties and busy w/little ones, and later realized how much I missed. Great giveaway.

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  20. I am a very happy follower. I love reading your posts and seeing what Padsworth and Dragondrop are up to.

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  21. I've tried and tried to make Grandma's Christmas Russian toffee, but I can't. I know that I have all the ingredients but I just don't have her talent at stirring it just right so it comes out perfectly.
    And then there is my Great Aunt's shortbread.....!!! I can't get that one right either.

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  22. I am also a follower/ thank you and Merry Christmas!

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  23. I would love to have the cookie receipes that my mother use to make.I do not even know the name.I remember it had raisins in it.I am going back 50 years.

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  24. I am a follower.The colors are fantastic in this line.

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  25. I've tried and tried to make Mom's Christmas pudding, but I can't. I swear she hasn't told me the secret ingredient. Fact is, she doesn't measure...so how can I know how to make it. "about this much ---ingredient--" really doesn't help me! LOL

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  26. I am a follower (and a friend, I hope!)

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  27. There's a cookie she makes called Kiefel that I can't ever seem to do right. Chances are really good tthere's something about her recipe that she's changed and doesn't remember.

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  28. My Mom made a yummy cherry nut pound cake, but the thing about it is that sometimes the recipe works perfectly, sometimes it just doesn't, and the funny thing is that it happened to my Mom every once in a while....haven't figured out the problem, but it's really really good when it bakes up nice and high and not so good when it's pretty flat and doughy. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  29. Roast Potatoes, there is nothing like my Mums, I have never been able to make them as good.

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  30. Apple butter. My Grandma's was the best. It wasn't until after she died that I really missed it and tried to make some. Mine is pretty good, but not quite as good as hers.

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  31. I still can't master my mother's pie crust. Mine is always a bit too thick or a bit over worked. It's just easier to let my mother make the pies!

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  32. Dark fruit cake...it just isn't the same. Thanks for this

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  33. Dried Pear rolls!(I don't know how you really call them in english. The german word is: Birnenweggen)! I love them so much but my mother-in-law just makes the best!
    Thanks so much for the lovely give away!

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  34. Oh my gosh! I tried & tried to make my Mum's turkey stuffing to no avail. She doesn't have exact measurements but her's is always deeeeelisheeeus! I just can't figure out "a bit of this, a dash of that...."!!! Thank you so much for a chance at the give-away!
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  35. I am indeed a happy, happy follower!
    mgw070 at shaw dot ca

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  36. Marble Cake. The taste a bit different with my mum :D

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  37. Oh dear...this is not easy...because there was never anything grandma made that I couldn't make...same with my mom...I guess I could say

    Rice Pudding.

    That's probably only because I like it but have never tried to make it. =)

    Thanks for a chance to win. Merry Christmas!

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  38. Brown sugar fudge...its either soupy or hard as a rock, (not that I need to eat more fudge)!

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  39. For years my mom made Sausage Stars for our family gatherings. She kept the recipe secret and none of us could replicate it. Just before she died, she gave me the recipe. I am now the official Maker of the Stars. :)

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  40. I'm very pleased to be one of your devoted followers!! Good luck to everyone!!

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  41. Corn bread dressing! Mine never tastes quite the same...I think the secret is the amount of broth used. There is no written recipe, just a bit of this and a lot of broth! Mmm good!

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  42. I love following you! Always so cheerful!! I hope you are doing well these days!

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  43. Definitely Mince Pies, it's the pastry! Mine come out all dense and hard... I just can't make pastry!

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  44. My Mother made this double chocolate fudge -- one layer fudge and on layer butterscotch. It was very very delicious. She gave me the recipe with her tips written on the side and as much as I tried, I could never get the recipe to work. I am assuming that just don't have the skills like she did. You have to work fast and I'm mighty slow! Ha!

    Thank you for a chance to win.

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  45. I'm a follower! (Use Reader to keep up with you. :-)

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  46. My mother's sausage balls are the best. I have never been able to make them like she does!

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  47. The fabrics have such a wonderful vintage look to them. I love the pears.

    I just cannot duplicate my grandmother's raised doughnuts. Mine never come out as light as hers.

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  48. My Grandma made the best light bread. I have never been able to duplicate it. I can come really close but never exact. I know she gave me the correct recipe as I wrote it down while watching her so I think the missing ingredient is her love. I think knowing that she made it just made it taste better.

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  49. I am a follower and the one thing I've not been able to make like my Grandma did is divinity!

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  50. I have never been able to duplicate my mother's turkey stuffing.

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  51. Am a follower and have been for awhile

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  52. Well, not my Mom's, but my Dad's eggnog was absolutely the best ever! The secret ingredient may have been the reason that little kids were not allowed to have any! LOL! They have their own version.

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  53. I'm happy to say that I am a follower!

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  54. I cannot, for the life of me, nail down my Gramma's and Mom's suet pudding! Mine is more like a brick so as long as there's lots of sauce Mr & I will eat it, but it's just not the same! Unfortunately I'll never know the secret.
    Thank you for this incredible giveaway, those fabrics are so delightful!
    Merry Christmas!!

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  55. My grandma's stuffing. My mom gave me the recipe but she didn't give me any measurements!!!

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  56. I cannot make pie crust like my mom. Her's was always perfect and mine is always a mess!

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  57. I am already following your blog!

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  58. Noodles! We always used to have the best homemade noodles, and I just can't do it like my grandma/aunt did. They should be easy, but I guess I don't have the knack.

    Thanks for the giveaway chance. I love Noble Wife's fabrics.

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  59. Divinity. It is just mysterious white sweetness. Guess I have to go to Mom's to get it. Yummy looking fabric with really fresh colors!

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  60. My dad makes a breakfast stollen every year shaped like a wreath, lots of dried fruits ect.

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  61. LOL. We don't have any family food traditions on my side of the family. My husband's family makes a really yummy cheese fondue for Christmas but we haven't tried to replicate it. Maybe next year!

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  62. My grandma always made the best Peanut Brittle. It was always so good and mine just doesn't ever turn out the same. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  63. My grandma made the bet cinnamon twists. thank you for the chance to win

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  64. MY GRANDMA MADE DELICIOUS APPLE PIE+MINE JUST ISN'T QUITE AS GOOD EVEN THOUGH I DO HAVE HER RECIPE! THANK YOU FOR A SWEET+GENEROUS GIVEAWAY! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

    mssstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  65. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU VIA BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  66. She makes wonderful creamy fudge and mine is always dry and crumbly :(

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  67. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. I have tried and tried to make my nana's cinnamon buns but just can't get it right. She makes them so yummy - mine turn out dry and horrible!!!

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  69. Toffee~ mine never turns out. I do think she didn't give me all the info! LOL Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  70. I don´t know how you would call it in english: my Mum made a cake called "Greta-Garbo" but I cannot make it as good as my Mum. I think she has forgotten to say ALL things I have to take, to make sure I will always love her cake the most :-)
    Hugs from germany
    sigisart

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  71. And of course I´m a happy follower.
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  72. My Mom made the best pies, and the secret was in her flaky crust! All during my kids' childhoods, we never had pie at home, but waited till we got to their grandmother 's (Sweetie's) house! One of my daughters took up the gauntlet after Sweetie passed away, but then -- she moved to Sweden, and with her went all of the dreams of delicious pies. Am I too old to learn how? Sigh...

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  73. I am a happy regular follower of your blog. Happy holidays!

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  74. My mom's rice pudding! I've never, ever been able to make it like she did.

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  75. I'm a regular follower :) Thanks for the chances.

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  76. Hi!!! My mom's jam cakes are wonderful but mine never taste quite the same!!! Maybe she did leave out something!!!

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  77. Hi!!! I am a follower and Thanks for the fun give away!!!

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  78. Nut Horns...my grandmother makes the best nut horns ever. Mine, on the other hand, come out looking like fat slugs on a cookie sheet every time.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  79. I'm a GFC follower too
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  80. My mom used to make the best nut roll at Christmas. I have the correct recipe, but for the life of me, I can't duplicate the dough. I think she had the magic touch.

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  81. I never knew my grandmothers, they passed away when I was young and lived in a different state than me. I think I cooked and baked nearly everything my mom made.

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  82. It's a bit sad but we don't have any special Christmas recipes passed down from my Grandmother and mother! Neither of them did a great deal of special baking. I've started a new tradition of making almond bread. Perhaps on day, my daughter's in law (I have 3 sons) will ask for my special recipe!

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  83. I'm a follower. Merry Christmas to you and your family Snoodles! Hugs, Christine xx

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  84. It would have to be my Grans steamed pudding, I'm sure that she hasn't told me everything.

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  85. I'm also a follower wishing you all a Merry Xmas

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  86. i have tried many times to make mom's fruitcake over the years, but it never turns out the same ... so rich, so moist!
    i even did the brandy and rum thing that she used to do with it. but just can't replicate the taste as i remember it. i've kept copies of the recipe for more than forty years and will keep on trying. mom passed more than forty years ago; i never thought to ask her her secret for tasty fruitcake.

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  87. I am pretty sure my Mama left something out of her Peanut Butter Candy Roll recipe! I have NEVER been able to make it like hers! She passed away nearly 40 years ago, before I turned 18, so I never got her recipe. Same thing for her chocolate pie and buttercream icing recipes!!

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  88. "I've tried and tried to make Mom's Christmas pavlova, but I can't. I swear she hasn't told me all of the ingredients in the recipe."

    Hers always comes out crunchy with lots of meringue in it and huge. I just get it like that no matter what

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  89. Sorry abput the pies, Catskill Mama! Out of all of those flaky ones, my dh prefers Sweetie's philly cherry cheese pie (but I get no canned cherries, so it's just not right!) I can never get Grandmother's spinach casserole right, and neither can my sis, or our aunt!

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  90. Great giveaway. Thanks I have tried to make my grandmothers popovers. no success.

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  91. I have tried but failed to make my Grandmother's yeast rolls! Hers were so soft and light and melted in my mouth & I can't get the darn yeast to rise like it should. So exasperated!

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  92. Love this fabric!!!! I am already a faithful follower! Merry Christmas!

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  93. I have tried and failed to make my mother's chicken pie. We always have it for Christmas eve dinner. I just cannot replicate it. Even though I have the recipe written in her own handwriting!!!

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  94. "I've tried and tried to make Mom's Christmas fruitcake, but I can't. I swear she hasn't told me all of the ingredients in the recipe." My sisters use a totally different recipe for theirs but they don't compare to our mom's!!!

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  95. I am a long-time follower... thanks for a second chance to win this awesome bundle and maybe even the panel!!!

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  96. "I've tried and tried to make Dad's Christmas peanut brittle, but I can't. I swear he hasn't told me all of the ingredients in the recipe." I think the part that's missing is Dad. :(

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  97. Honestly, I can't think of anything! I don't think my peanut butter blossoms turn out as good, though. We'll go with that!

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  98. "I've tried and tried to make GrandPa's (or Mom's) Christmas_DATELOAF CANDY_, but I can't. I do not remember my grand dad making it very well because I was only 6 when he passed. My Mom tried to make it and some years was successful. Me not so much!

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  99. Hm. Last year, I would have said fudge, but I found her recipe! My mom had been gone 15 years.

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  100. Hmmm, I didn't know my grandmothers that well, and my mother did NOT cook. So, there really isn't a recipe of theirs that I can't duplicate.
    Now I do have a hard time making alfredo sauce. For some reason, it is always runny.

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  101. The frosting recipe for Grandma's Christmas Cookies. I can't match that recipe! No matter how hard I try the recipe just isn't right. Not the same.. Her's wer special!!

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  102. "I've tried and tried to make late Granny W's Christmas strawberry layer cake, but I can't. I swear she didn't write down all of the steps in the recipe to make the thin layers and strawberry filling / icing. It came so naturally to her that she probably didn't consider it something I needed to know how to do. My cake slip-slides and ends up splitting down the middle.

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  103. Grandma's divinity! She always made such goof candy and that recipe is nowhere to be found! Good memories of eating it....

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  104. And I am a happy follower...love that quilting line and bookmarked that pot holder tutorial!

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  105. I've tried and tried to make Grandma's and my Mom's and my husband's Mother's Christmas Christmas Shortbread. Oh yes, I can cook and get rave reviews about almost everything, but cookies and particularly shortbread - I have no luck at all!
    Even the dogs don't like them. And yes, I (or my cat Nellie) are followers!
    Ciao
    Nellie's Mom, Barb

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  106. Meu Deus!A receita de Cuca de Farofa doce com Coco fresco ralado que minhas avós faziam nesta época de natal.(Ambas italianas)Era de comer chorando por acabar tão rápido...Erámos SÓ 78 netos.kkkk.Feliz Natal.Beijos nos meninos.

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  107. Ohhh I love that fabric. I haven't seen it before, thanks for the giveaway. I have tried and tried to make a Jam Cake and can never get it to turn out. Have you ever had one? It is so good and has a brown glazed cunchy frosting with pecans. My mouth is watering thinking about it but alas in the last 35 years I have never got it to turn out.

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  108. I am a follower and thanks again for the giveaway.

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  109. I have my grandmother's recipe book that she put together in a notebook and I one time tried to make her recipe for what she called Swiss cakes. They weren't bad but not quite like hers and even though there is nothing that she left out of the recipe she never did show her grandkids exactly how to make them. Every year I say I am going to try to make them once more but they take all day to make and Christmas is such a busy time I just never seem to get to it. Maybe I will have to make them at a different time of year.

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  110. My mom magkes the best gravy, and she doesn't even have a recipe for it. My gravy never turns out so dense, and I don't get the knack of it.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  111. I don't remember my grandmother cooking but my mom did. She taught me all her secrets and I've got her recipe book so things always taste as it used to when she made it. I do miss cooking Christmas dinner with her and catching up on all that had happened since our previous visit.

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  112. I am a very happy follower especially with the chance of winning such a fabulous give away.

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  113. My mom never made a dish the same way twice so unless you were standing beside her when she made it there was no way anyone ever duplicated anything twice! This fabric line is just awesome so I'm hoping Mr. Random picks me. :) blessings, marlene

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  114. And of course I'm a follower...isn't everyone? blessings, marlene

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  115. "I've tried and tried to make Grandma's (or Mom's) Christmas____RUM BALLS_, but I can't. I swear she hasn't told me all of the ingredients in the recip" Been looking for the right recipe for a long time. I know she had a secret spice in there!

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  116. I am a follower. Merry Christmas!

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  117. I can't make Nana's yeast rolls quite right, and I've never managed to duplicate her cherry cobbler..... My family eats up my attempts gratefully, and I guess only I know there is a tiny difference....

    Love,
    Thing I

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  118. I'm a follower....not just on this blog, but into many episodes of quilting mischief with you! Heaven help our husbands when we actually live closer together! heehee!

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  119. My grandma made the best brown bread. It was moist and very heavy. None of my aunts can replicate it... I don't even try!

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  120. I'm a follower - thanks for a great giveaway~

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  121. My grandma had great fudge recipe, but half the time it doesn't turn out right. Thanks for chance to win.

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  122. I've tried and tried to make Grandma's (or Mom's) Christmas plum pudding, but I can't. I swear she hasn't told me all of the ingredients in the recipe." Or I can't find them all. It's interesting the things that are so hard to buy nowadays.

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  123. I haven't been able to make my mom's icebox pecan pie come out right. It may not be Christmas specifically, but I associate it with holiday dinner parties.

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  124. And I'm a follower on Google Reader. :)

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  125. I have tried and tried to make my grandmother's bread, but haven't been able to get it just right! I sat with her and wrote out the instructions while she made it. Problem is, she didn't make it the same way every time and NEVER measured anything! :) I have come close, but just not there yet!

    Thanks!
    Sandy A

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  126. I also follow you through Google reader!

    Sandy A

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  127. My mom made the best fruitcake...It cannot be duplicated. She didn't measure anything, just had a list of ingredients.

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  128. thanks for the chance to win. My Grandmom made the best ever coconut and pineapple cake. My Aunt wrote "a" recipe out for me but it wasn't her Mother's (my Grandmom)

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  129. I tried and tried to make my mother's rum fruitcake cookies, but they never tasted like hers. She said it was the way I held my tongue! ha

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  130. I'm also a fan and follower of Lily Pad too. Thank you for the wonderful giveaways.

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  131. lime jello salad. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  132. I'm a follower. Merry Christmas!

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  133. Cookies - but I did eventually find the recipe :)

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  134. The piecrust. Just can't have consistent results! Great one time, a disaster the next! I've given up, much to hubby's chagrin!

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  135. My mom made what she laughingly called her rotten cake. It had to chill for a couple of days before the flavors blended just right into a moist heavenly treat. I could never match it.

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  136. Hi! I wanted to let you know I got the box Friday afternoon. I was distracted yesterday taking care of my 15yo with a nasty stomach/intestine malady, so I didn't get them out to drool over until last night. This is fun fabric! Definitely going to make something for my kitchen with it. Not sure yet what that will be... Thanks again. :D

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