Sunday, December 21, 2008

Goodbyes and Giveaways

First of all, there are some old friends we need to say farewell to...

They've been residing here for many years
and it's now time to send them on to a new home.

Maybe some little one will be more than happy to take them in,
for they've been good here - made many a little one happy!

Hope we don't miss them too much...

Here they are...all cleaned up and ready to go
Thanks for the memories!



Now in the spirit of giving....
I want to give away a few Pampered Chef products.
I love my Pampered Chef....ALL of it, I do!
And, since my time of selling it is coming to an end,
and my house is feeling smaller all the time...
I have some stock to give away!


First, a rice cooker


...now I haven't actually
used mine to cook rice yet, but those who bought it for it's intended use,
say it's wonderful.... ME? I make a pretty
awesome chocolate macadamia cake in it!
What can I say...I love chocolate!


The second is one cookbook (4 for you to choose from)
along with some of my favourite PC tools
(my choice...but will include a mini whipper
and mini serving spatula - two must-haves)



Now...all you have to do to enter is tell me....

What would be a must-have on your
Christmas morn brunch menu?


Come on now...I'm looking to add something new and wonderful
to our Christmas morning brunch.

I'll announce the winners on Christmas Eve!



18 comments:

Sheila said...

A "must have" for Christmas Morn brunch, eh?
I always make a breakfast skillet consisting of hashbrowns, eggs, onion, bacon and cheese. Very yummy. I guess another must have might be some fresh fruit too!
There you have it. I'm hoping this is a good enough entry for my chance to win some pampered chef!

Gina said...

Pamper Chef hey?! I love PC... I must have for Chirstmas morning brunch... Well my hubby would say my mom's cinnamon buns! I would say this delicious ham roll/loaf thing my mom makes...

Andrea said...

how fun! I'm a big fan of PC too! I'd love to have waffles with whip cream (or ice cream) and fruit. Yummmmmy!! What can I say? I've got a bad sweet tooth! ;)

Stacey said...

I love fresh flaky croissants :) hint hint...

Stam House said...

Wow this is an awesome giveaway!!!! I read about your blog on your daughter Stacey's blog!!!!

Wow Christmas morning Brunch!!!! Eggs gotta to have eggs oh and potatoes, and ham and sausage and stolen (dutch cake), and french toast!!! Well I love food and I can't choose only one LOL

DavenHeather said...

Great giveaway! We always have wife saver... yummy casserole. It's so good. And fruit salad. YUM!

Karin said...

Sausage/egg/cheese casserole--mmmmm!

Lindsey Dueck said...

My husband and I just decided out Christmas breakfast tradition we want to start, Snowman pancakes! I can't wait to make the first ones!

cpullum said...

I would love a good bacon and cheese omlette and hasbrowns on the side! YUM!!!
Merry Christmas!
Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Chris and Nettie Pauls said...

Our Christmas breakfast gotta have would be pancakes with fruit and whipped cream. hmmm and of course some crispy greasy bacon.

ONTARIO THIESSENS said...

Hi Sara! For Christmas morning brunch ... Hash Brown Quiche (I think I'll post this recipe on our blog) ... or Belgian waffles with warm homemade vanilla pudding and REAL maple syrup (or raspberry jam).
~Brenda:)

Dianna said...

Hey sounds interesting the giveaways I never ever win but try and try maybe one day...
For brunch muslix is soooo good. It's raw oatmeal,plain yogurt, sweetened with brown sugar, fruits,[ oranges.apples' strawberries,bananas] whatever fruits u have on hand mix it together and yummy yummy! Could eat a big bowl of it right now! [I saw your giveaway on Stacys blog]

Bruce and Heather said...

Well, Bruce doesn't like rice, but if it makes good cake:)

And for brunch, there has to be bacon and eggs (scrambled is fine) and muffins, croissants like Stacey said, or some of dad's fresh bread:)

Angela said...

Love my pampered chef too! My favorite is Puffed Apple cake. it's made in a 9X13 glass pan and it has a beautiful presentation! The taste is a cross between french toast and pancakes and the apples makes it soo yummy-also served with syrup.

Peter und Irene said...

I would like the PC Books, because I need new recepies. since I moved to Cananda its much harder to decied what to cook or bake, because you dont get all ingredients here.so Please think about it.

Cindi said...

One of the best things I've had was a Christmas brunch at my in-laws. She made a french toast "casserole". It was layers of french toast, apples, cream cheese and the cinnamon and sugar! It was to die for!

srempel said...

I love PC too! My must have for Christmas Morning Brunch is Belgium Waffles with all the fixings! Love them....

Liane said...

well, I'm going to bring some kinda flat bread with eggs,ham, and cheese to our brunch. Don't even know what it is called. LOVE PC!