December 07, 2009

Another week of Cooking Light Giveaway!

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Last weekend I made this Cranberry Hazelnut Coffeecake from Cooking Light. I had been eying this recipe for a while and now that fresh cranberries are abundant in the grocery I decided it was time to make it. I also had another reason I should make this coffeecake as you will soon find out!

A several weeks ago my friend Aaron of Magsdirect.com asked me if I would be interested in doing another giveaway and if so, when would I like to do it. I immediately responded that I thought the first week of December would be a great time. Just in time for the holidays! This also would give me opportunity to bake some new (to me) recipes.

My magazine of choice to give away is Cooking Light. What, your not surprised? :o) Aaron has generously offered to give away 3 subscriptions!! I asked Aaron if it would be ok to share this giveaway with a blogging friend and he agreed. So, for this giveaway my friend Patsy of Family, Friends, and Food , who also loves Cooking Light magazine will be participating. Monday, Wednesday & Friday you can enter on The Life and Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch. Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday you can enter on my friend and fellow blogger Patsy of Family, Friends and Food. For doing this giveaway, Aaron has also offered to give Patsy and myself each a subscription! Thank you Aaron!

During this week, Monday December 7, until Saturday, December 12, 2009 you will have opportunity to enter the Cooking Light Magazine giveaway several ways. The winner will be announced on Sunday by both Patsy and myself. Sorry, but subscriptions can only be mailed to those in the United States.

Ways to enter on The Life and Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch:

****IMPORTANT*****Please make sure you leave a way for me to contact you if your name is drawn. Thank you!
  • Leave a comment telling me what holiday tradition you enjoy
  • Earn an extra entry if you are a new or existing subscriber to The Life and Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch, and leave me a comment letting me know.
  • Earn another additional entry by linking back to this giveaway on your blog, and leaving a comment letting me know.
  • Earn one more entry by mentioning the giveaway on Twitter and leaving a comment letting me know.
  • Earn yet one more entry by joining me on my Facebook Fan Page and leave a comment letting me know.
You have 5 possible entries just today! Check out Patsy's blog post tomorrow for another Cooking Light recipe and another opportunity to enter the giveaway! Good luck and I hope you enjoy the week of Cooking Light!

38 comments:

  1. My favorite holiday tradition is making dozens and dozens and dozens of cookies!

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  2. The hazelnut coffee cake looks so light and pefectly textured Shelby. Yoo bad here in the Great White North we cannot win a subscription from my favourite magazine...sigh....

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  3. My favorite tradition is driving around to look at the Christmas lights with my kids.

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  4. My favorite tradition is driving around to look at the Christmas lights with my kids.

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  5. Also, I'm a fan of yours on Facebook

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  6. My favorite tradition by far is baking Christmas cookies.

    If I win Shelby, throw my number back in and draw again because I already subscribe to Cooking Light!

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  7. Lately I'm enjoying forging new traditions with my fiance. Some old some new. I'm definitely bringing tradition of the Peppermint Pig from Saratoga Sweets.

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  8. I am a subscriber in google reader.

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  9. My favorite tradition is going to see the Nutcracker with our family.

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  10. Oh my favorite holiday tradition is definitely getting the Christmas tree!

    Thanks for the great giveaway. Love Cooking Light and (somehow) don't have a subscription!

    xo
    +Jessie

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  11. I love that cake! I have some cranberries in the freezer, have to give it a try! Yours looks so lovely.

    No need to enter me n the giveaway - I work for the same company that publishes CL. But good luck to everyone else!

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  12. I guess my favorite holiday tradition is just being able to cook all my favorite goodies like peppermint bark and fudge!

    I also just added you as a fan on facebook!

    Hazelnut and cranberry coffee cake?? I have to check out this recipe, that sounds really good!

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  13. Hi there
    We love the Christmas festivities
    Our newest tradition is to get all generations together for photo opppps We live our new DIL :)
    Thanks for the opportunity to win CL YAY
    Cheers
    Catie
    cathycurrie@comcast.net

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  14. Baking red, white and green sweets!!! I'm way colorful in my baking for xmas! This year is going to be red velvet cake w/ green frosting on the outside and a layer of white in the middle. Yum!

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  15. that cake looks wonderful! we really enjoy going bowling christmas eve as a family.

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  16. My favorite holiday tradition is our Italian Christmas Eve. We have all the family over and eat lots of Italian food. Then we spend Christmas Day with just the immediate family. It's great!

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  17. Christmas morning with my family. Quiet and relaxed and gifts from "Santa"! :)

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  18. We love the annual tradition of our married kids coming over Christmas morning, opening gifts, having a yummy breakfast, then coming back later in the day for Christmas dinner.

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  19. My favorite Christmas tradition is attending church on Christmas Eve.

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  20. One of the best holiday traditions is lighting a fire and eating cookies while watching movies!

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  21. A holiday tradition that was new to me when I met my husband - having tamales on Christmas Eve! Yum!!

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  22. The coffecake looks so tempting, Shelby!
    My favorite Cristmas traditions are cookie baking; my kids still say it's not really Christmas unless certain cookies are made.
    We also have a real tree every year, a tradition that I'm now willing to change, but maybe when all the kids leave the fold, I can do this.
    I am already a follower of yours, and when I get on Facebook, I'll do that too!

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  23. I love traditions~ Christmas cookies, new p.j.'s, sipping hot cocoa by the fireplace and putting a puzzle together.

    I follow you and Grumpy's !

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  24. The only set-in-stone tradition we have is that I must bake rugelach every Christmas.

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  25. My fav tradition is the Christmas pudding. I have been trying out lighter versions this year but there is nothing to beat a dark, spicy fruity brandy soaked pudding. Oh and dont forget the brandy butter of course.
    I follow your blog and will retweet the contest entry.
    Thanks for the lovely Christmas cooking ideas.

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  26. My favorite Christmas tradition is baking sugar cookies! Mmmmm! :)

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  27. Awesome giveaway! My favorite tradition is dinner at my mom's.
    She still makes the Polish pierogi and we have a meatless Christmas Eve. At the table there is an empty place setting and chair with a bit of straw under the tablecloth. This is to signify the place for the baby Jesus.
    I also have an advent calendar every year...some kids can't grow up!

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  28. I love the update Cooking Light. I just subscribed with a great deal on Amazon.

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  29. My favorite holiday tradition is Christmas Eve at my grandparents...it's a traditional Italian Christmas Eve with tons of seafood!!

    Love Cooking Light! :)

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  30. My favorite holiday tradition is carol singing. It's great when we all gather around the piano to sing!

    I'm also a subscriber through RSS and Facebook.

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  31. Oh coffee cake and cranberry are two of my faves! This one you made looks amazing! And light? I cannot get over it! Wonderful!

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  32. every year i bake cookies while watching the grinch

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  33. ...and of course I subscribe!

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  34. Well, dang! I had another recipe planned for my cranberries now I just don't know! This one looks good and it's "light". Did you like it? You really didn't say.
    ~ingrid

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