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Our Best Bites Savoring the Seasons Cookbook Giveaway {Closed}

Remember how two weeks ago when I posted my 200th menu, I said that I wish that I had a fun giveaway planned to celebrate 200 weeks of menus?  Well, I finally got things together and have a giveaway for you...

Wouldn't you like your own copy of Our Best Bites Savoring the Seasons cookbook?  Well, here's your chance...
If you already own it, then think "easy Christmas present!"  I'm sure someone would love you to give this to them for Christmas. 

I love recipes from Our Best Bites.  I use their recipes often.  Some of my favorites are Spicy Honey Chicken and Creamy Chicken Taquitos.

So, how do you win this cookbook?  There are three ways to win, so increase your chances of winning by doing all three.  Just make sure you comment in this post about each thing that you do to enter.

1.  Like "What is on your menu this week?" on Facebook!  Then leave me a comment in this post telling me that you "like" me.  If you previously liked my blog on facebook, then tell me so in a comment. 

2.  Leave a comment on this post telling me what you're making for dinner tonight (or what you ate last night).  Don't forget to leave your email address...

3.  Post about the giveaway on your facebook page or your blog.  Then leave me a comment telling me so. 

The giveaway will close next Tuesday, November 6th at midnight MDT.  You must live within the United Stated.  I'll email the winner.  If I don't hear from the winner within 48 hours, then another winner will be chosen. 

Good luck everyone! 

P.S.  Don't forget to leave comments in this post to enter the giveaway. (If you liked me on facebook, told me what you're making for dinner, and posted about the giveaway on facebook or your blog you should leave three seperate comments on this post.)  Comments on facebook won't count as an entry in the giveaway. 

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