Happy December and a GIVEAWAY

Saturday, December 1, 2012

This year I've had a bit of an obsession with jam. Least you think this sticky spread is only good for toast I like using it for crepe filling, cookie bars, or making homemade salad vinaigrette with it. Mostly, I've enjoyed packaging up small boxes and sending little jars far and wide. This month I'm pleased to offer a jar of French chef, Christine Ferber's, jam to one lucky reader.

Giveaway Guidelines
- You have 5 days to enter this giveaway (closes Wednesday, December 5th at midnight).
- Make 1 comment on this post and tell me one of your favorite holiday traditions. 
- Anonymous comments are not eligible. 
- The winner will be chosen via random.org and announced the following day. 
- If you win, please respond within one week of the winner announcement to secure prize.  
 Thank you!


  1. Every Christmas my family choses a country for our Christmas Eve festivities. This year we have chosen Jamaica. On Christmas Eve we play games, do activities, and eat food native to that country. We learn about the Christmas traditions in that country. In the past we have chosen Mexico, Sweden, France, Japan, and Newfoundland.

    1. My parents would always leave one gift unwrapped on Christmas morning, so that we wouldn't wake them up until 7am.

  2. Typically, we have a large aluminum pole, chosen for its high strength-to-weight ratio. After a wonderful meal, we gather around for the Airing of Grievances, where we let each other know all the ways that they have disappointed us over the years. The evening concludes with Feats of Strength, where the Head of Household fights off challengers trying to pin him. Yeah...good times.

  3. My family isn't that exciting but we I always have loved walking around the Christmas lights at Temple Square and looking at the lights on Christmas tree street. We like lots and lots of lights in our family. :)

  4. We open one gift before we do our big meal on Christmas Eve followed by a reading of the Christmas story. Then my mom doesn't cook again for a week. Following the Norwegian tradition -sort of- we set out all the leftovers (along with all the neighbor goodies) in a smorgasbord and munch on it through New Year's.


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