Cookbook Giveaway This Weekend

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Timestamp: 2010-03-10 23:11:43 UTC

Good Morning!! How great are Saturdays? I seriously look forward to them all week. Kids are still asleep, so let me tell you about this great giveaway quickly while I have 2 more minutes!!

Jane Doiron has offered one Picky Palate Reader a copy of her beautiful new cookbook! Make Ahead Meals for Busy Moms is practical and so needed for busy families 🙂  Jane was so kind to send one to me so I could flip through it. It features 140 recipes for meals and sides that can be prepared in advance and frozen or refrigerated until you’re ready for mealtime. Y’all will really enjoy it!

If you’d like to BUY IT: You can purchase Make Ahead Meals for Busy Moms online at Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com (ARV $16.15). You can also purchase the e-book on Jane’s website. (ARV $12)  Thanks for the giveaway Jane!!

Here’s How to Enter:

1. Leave a comment Here, telling us… what is your “go to dinner” when nights are crazy and the family is hungry!

2. For an extra entry follow Jane’s Blog HERE, and become a member of Picky Palate’s “Foodie Friends”. leave a separate comment for this.

3. For 3 extra entries follow Jane and I on Twitter…HERE and HERE. Leave 3 separate comments for this

4. Contest ends Monday March 8th, 8pm PST. Cookbook is provided by Jane Doiron, this is not a compensated review.

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There you have it, 5 possible entries for this beautiful cookbook 🙂  Have a great weekend!!

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  1. Pogen1

    Our can of everything dinner is ground beef cooked with a chopped onion and green bell pepper, can of drained corn, can of mexican style tomatoes, can of drained kidney beans, and a can of drained sliced olives. Add everything once the meat is browned and drained and heat thoroughly. Serve with tortilla or corn chips and a dollop of sour cream.

    1. Pogen1

      Goodness, forgot you can add a cup of any cooked pasta and a little shredded cheese to this and it’s terrific.

  2. Lauren

    My go-to is probably homemade mac and cheese. If even that is too much, then it’s breakfast for dinner!

  3. shirley elizabeth

    Chicken & dumplings. Make up a recipe of biscuts (what, five minutes?), take some of my leftover shredded chicken from the freezer (always make extra chicken for easy meals later), pour in some canned broth or cream of chicken soup, bake for fifteen minutes. Even put in some vegetables if you want. One of my favorites.

  4. Shari

    Go-to dinner is definitely pasta. Can’t get quicker than pasta, it’s easy to make even with a toddler underfoot, and everyone likes it.

  5. Nicole-Lynn

    Great giveaway! My ‘go to’ dinner on busy weeknights or even during the weekend is my Bisquick Reduced Fat Chicken Pot Pie! It’s so delicious and easy to make!

  6. Niki

    Chicken breast and rice w/ caramelized onions mixed in.
    It takes seriously 20 mins to make and it is soooo yummy. I never gt sick of it

  7. Dani

    Our go to meal is grilled hamburgers which is great because my husband grills while I get other things done!

  8. MomOf4InPA

    On busy nights I cook Mex-Fest. Just make some taco meat, and those who want nachos can make those, those who want soft tacos can make those, and those who want taco salad can do that also. That way I just cook up one quick pan of seasoned hamburger, and everyone can use it they way they like it best.

  9. Lisa

    My go-to dinner is shoyu chicken. Just boil up some chicken in a sauce of soy sauce, sugar, garlic, ginger, green onions, and water. Serve with rice and canned veggies and you’re done. Quick and delicious.

  10. Brooke

    Potatoes and Corn… Wash, pierce and nuke 5-10 small red potatoes until slightly overdone and wrinkled. Use a fork to smash/cut the potatoes into bite sized chunks. Place pats of butter liberally on the potatoes. Open a can of Niblet’s Corn and drain, then dump directly onto potatoes. Use desired amount of Ranch Salad Dressing and Lawry’s seasoned salt to finish it off. It really is yummy. My family loves it!

  11. Tess M

    Our fav last minute meal is tacos or burritos. I usually have the cooked meat already frozen so it’s a cinch to throw together =)

  12. kelly marderosian

    My go to meal is definitley tuna casserole! Its quick and easy and I always have the ingredients at hand! I’d love this cookbook for some new quick ideas! Thanks!

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