Monday, November 17, 2014

"Countdown To The Holidays" - November 17, 2014 Edition



Happy Monday! Of course that means we have a winner and another giveaway to announce. This cold and wet weather here in NYC won't deter us from having fun!

Last week's winner is Jill Meador. Congratulations! Please send contact information to this link
Our next bundle of fabric in our "Countdown To The Holidays" is "Berry Cobler" by Elena Vladykina. This is a gorgeous collection that is great for but not limited to making projects for the home because of the images in the prints. The colors are vibrant and the textures are detailed.

To be eligible to win this gorgeous bundle, let us know what your favorite recipe is or fill out any of the other options on the widget below. Good luck!



Make sure that you tune in to this blog and to the Martingale & Co. blog for our big book hop to launch "A Flair For Fabric." Almost everyday we will be giving away fabric and copies of the book. Join us!

Have a great day!

-HG

71 comments:

martha said...

I like to make Rhubarb crisp!

Diane H said...

My favourite holiday recipe is good old fashioned shortbread cookies. Truth be told - I eat them all year long.

Sunnybec said...

Last year I made a beef wellington for Christmas Day and it was just delicious and a nice change from turkey, thanks for the giveaway.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

It;s more of a tradition - but making sugar cookies and then decorating

Marilyn said...

mashed potatoes are my favorite recipe any time.

Marilyn said...

Merry Christmas

Quilting Tangent said...

Spicy pumpkin Pie is my favorite this time of year. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Cherise Towrr said...

My favorite holiday recipe is for Shortbread. Mmm! Yummy! Thanks for such cute fabrics in the giveaway!

Martina said...

It is bacon with dried green beans and potatoes.

Anonymous said...

my favorite recipe is a cranberry jello salad.

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

I love pumpkin pie and usually follow the recipe on the bake of the Libby's can. Not fancy I know but why mess with something you love.

Linda said...

Hi, we love turkey+dressing at Holiday time! Thanks for sharing!

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Judy1522 said...

My favorite holiday recipe is for Chocolat Mint Trifle.

barbara woods said...

i need to make another Christmas quilt, thanks

Lisa Marie said...

My favorite is stuffing the way my mom used to make it.

annmarie said...

I make THE BEST cutout sugar cookies at Christmas. Ask anyone! - I make 10 dozen & give them all away.

Gill said...

Mince pies!

Havplenty said...

My favorite recipe is the 6 cheese macaroni that I make about twice a year. It is not for the faint at heart and an ultimate comfort food.

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Lee Ann L. said...

Watergate Salad!

Betsy said...

Pumpkin roll is my favorite

Margaret said...

I think pecan pie is my very favorite recipe to make

Vicki H said...

I like making Oreo Balls.

Cindy A. said...

My favorite holiday recipe would have to be for the chocolate fudge that my mom and grandmother made when I was growing up. I've now taught my daughter how to make it, and she gives it to her college friends as their Christmas gift. In fact, we give away a lot of fudge at Christmas. It's the one gift that we know everyone will enjoy.

Kaye M. tkmattson@hotmail.com said...

My favorite recipe to make at this time of year is Baked sweet potatoes with orange sauce topped with pecans--Yummy!

OhioLori said...

Favorite recipe is really my Husband's...he makes the BEST Cranberries & Oranges...is like cranberry sauce but waaaay better! & we ALWAYS make Caramel Corn!!

Carrie P. said...

Gingersnap cookies

Janie said...

My favorite recipe is pumpkin pie cake, with whipped cream. Thanks for the chance.

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Kathy H said...

We love to make snicker doodles during the holidays.

Tabitha Keener said...

My go to quick desert recipe is fudge from scratch! Everyone always requests it and it so easy to do. Thanks for the giveaway!

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Denise Cabral said...

Rich and vibrant collection. I love it!

Gloria Galiana said...

I would have to say that my families favorite cookie recipe during the holidays is Sour Cream Pecan Sandies. They just melt in your mouth!

JD said...

My favorite holiday recipe is Pumpkin Cake Roll. Yum!

Renea said...

My favorite holiday recipe is Snowball cookies. My mom use to make these at Christmas time and now I do. My family loves them. Thanks for the great giveaway.

KatieQ said...

I only make fresh cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving and Christmas. No one else in my family likes it so it is my special treat.

Sherry said...

I have a recipe for fabulous oatmeal cookies. The recipe makes about 10 dozen so several go into the freezer to save for later. I would love to share the recipe if anyone is interested.

Anonymous said...

I love Naniamo Bars.
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Farm Quilter said...

My favorite holiday recipe is my mom's Sweet Potato Soufflé. Amazing!!!

BarbaraG said...

During the holidays, I need super easy recipes in the weeks before hand because of the ridiculous schedule my hubby and I keep. So here's Chili for Dummies|
1 lb ground beef
1 lb sweet or hot sausage
1 large can diced tomatoes
2 16oz jars of salsa
1 can kidney or black beans (optional)
Taco seasoning to taste

Brown sausage and ground beef, add everything else and simmer for 15 minutes. Enjoy with shredded cheese and crushed corn tortillia chips on top

Béa said...

Christmas Cake.

Arianna M. said...

My aunt makes holiday fruit drops that we only get at Christmas time, and I love those. I also like 7 layer bars.

Paula said...

My favorite Holiday recipe is Thumbprint Cookies, whose recipe has been handed down in my family for generations.It brings back a lot of memories when I make them with my son!

GranChris said...

I have a lot of favorites but Pumkin bread or Pumkin bars are high on the list.

LeAnne said...

I look forward to making (and eating) Spritz cookies every holiday.

Sallie said...

My mom's dressing.

Cherie Stone said...

My family and I LOVE FRESH CRANBERRY RELISH!

Bunny Wilson said...

I make traditional iced sugar cookies with a twist. Since moving to FL I began using a palm tree cutter and I decorate them like Christmas trees.

Bunny Wilson said...

I make traditional iced sugar cookies with a twist. Since moving to FL I began using a palm tree cutter and I decorate them like Christmas trees.

linda love said...

My family tradition is strawberry -pineapple - banana jello topped w creamcheese . Always have an empty dish at the end of the day.

SeeAmySew- Amy Caldwell said...

MY favorite Recipe is my "Strawberry/Brownie Trifle" Made with french vanilla pudding and homemade whipped cream. It's absolutely fantabulous!!!! Almost as sweet as your bundle giveaway!!

Donna W said...

Swedish meatballs - a tradition in our family.

delaineelliott said...

My favorite Christmas recipe is definitely shortbread cookies. Thanks!

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Sheila said...

I love to make "Fly Off Your Plate" yeast rolls. A recipe from my mother-in-law. :)

Denise Duff said...

My favorite thing is pumkin pie ..but i love spending time with my family and great friends

Jeanne Gwin said...

Cranberry Orange Salad that I make is killer. Requested all the time. One of favored catering dishes.

PK Sews said...

My favorite recipe is blueberry eggnog. Thanks for the gorgeous giveaway!

Deb said...

Pumpkin Roll is always a hit and one I enjoy making.

lfhpueblo said...

Marshmallow Fudge is my favorite recipe for the holidays.
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Lauralee Hensley

scottylover said...

My MIL has a penuche that she makes that is my FAVORITE recipe of the holidays. She recently moved in to a small apartment so I don't know if she will make any this year. I need to get the recipe just in case she doesn't!

Sandy A

BizyStitches said...

Sweet Potato pie.

Cheryl Hovey said...

I love to make homemade crescent rolls.
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Nancy said...

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Lisa Cox said...

I love making homemade banana bread and molasses cookies for the holidays.

JANET said...

Pecan pie with a dash of molasses. Gives it a deeper taste.

Cheryl Buchanan said...

My Grandmother's Fruit Cake, with lots of pecans!

Cheryl Buchanan said...

I Love Grandmother's Fruit Cake!

Abbigail said...

I love to have coconut chocolate balls for Christmas!

Tina Mikhael said...

Snowball cookies!

Gisela Suski said...

I enjoy making Brandy Alexander with ice cream.

MoeWest said...

I like anything with pumpkin in it, like a pumpkin chocolate bundt cake or pumpkin soup.

Bella Quilts said...

For the holiday, I love Pink Stuff made with cranberry sauce, pineapple and cool whip. Yum.

Stacey C. said...

Our favorite recipe is krumkakes, its a Norweign cookie and one of my kids favorites!