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It's a Giveaway!!! {Now Closed}

Every once in a while I like to host a giveaway, sponsored by me.  This blog of mine isn't a big money maker by any means, but I like to have an occasional giveaway to thank you sweet people who use it.   So, here's my THANK YOU to you!

I couldn't decide if I wanted to giveaway a copy of 400 Calories or Less with Our Best Bites or a set of ramekins.  I really enjoy the cookbook.  My family and I have loved quite a few of the recipes in it (Sausage, Potato, Kale Soup, Grilled Pico Steak, Portabello Mushroom Burgers, among others).  

But on the other hand, I know a lot of you already have this cookbook, so I thought it would be fun to give away a set of 6 (6 oz) white porcelain ramekins in which you could make cute chicken pot pies, creme brulee, or molten lava cakes.

So, that's where the "Pick-Your-Own-Gift" part comes in.  If you win, then I'll let you choose which you'd like.

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

1.  Leave a comment on this post telling me what which you'd like to win:  ramekins or cookbook.  

2.  Like "What is on your menu this week?" on Facebook!  Then leave me a comment in this post telling me that you "like" me or if you've already "liked" my page.  Don't forget to leave a comment on this post.  

3.  Follow "whatisonyourmenu" on Instagram!  Then leave me a comment in this post telling me that you "follow" me or if you've already "followed" my Instagram account.  Don't forget to leave a comment on this post.  

4.  Post about the giveaway on your facebook page or share on instagram.  Then leave me a comment telling me so.  

I'll use Random.org to pick a comment number and that lucky person will be the winner!!!

The giveaway will close next Monday, March 7th at midnight  PST.  You must live within the United Stated.  I'll post on the blog with winner's name and email the winner (assuming I have their contact info).  If I don't hear from the winner within 48 hours, then another winner will be chosen.  

Good luck everyone!  

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P.S.  Don't forget to leave comments in this post to enter the giveaway. You can leave FOUR separate comments on this post for four chances to win.)  Comments on facebook and instagram won't count as an entry in the giveaway, 

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