The generous people at the CSN stores have given me another great opportunity to give back to all of you, by offering a $45 gift card giveaway!!! Yay!!! If you are not familiar with the CSN online stores they have everything you could ever possibly need and more, from every chef’s tool you could ever imagine to these beautiful counter stools. I have purchased many a kitchen gadget from them, and have lots of other wish list items to go. They are fabulous! You can peruse their entire selection from all of their stores here, and I encourage you to do so.
To enter the giveaway simply leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite Thanksgiving recipe (a brief description will suffice).
For additional entries you can:
1. Follow Jacob’s Kitchen on facebook and/or twitter.
2. Subscribe to Jacob’s Kitchen via email/rss (you will find a link on the upper right hand side bar)
3.Retweet: “Check it out: $45 CSN gift card giveaway from @Jacobs_Kitchen http://tinyurl.com/2fyfjbe“
4. And, last but not least (in a transparent and shameless act of bribery) you can vote for Jacob’s Kitchen in Project Food Blog challenge 7 by clicking here.
Please leave one additional comment for each additional entry, telling me which you have done. Unfortunately, only US and Canadian readers are eligible to win. (For the rest of you, check back soon for more giveaways!) Comments can be received up until 11:59pm on Monday, November 22, 2010. One winner will be randomly selected and announced on Tuesday, November 23, 2010. Best of luck to you all!
172 responses to “$45 CSN Giveaway from Jacob’s Kitchen”
Stuffing is my favorite thanksgiving recipe! Made with golden raisins and chestnuts. Yum
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Hi Jacob! I love spoon bread with my Thanksgiving feast. Check out my recipe at http://romeocucina.blogspot.com/2009/11/corny-holiday.html.
As always, you have my PFB vote!
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is good old fashioned southern cornbread dressing…yummy!
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I love stuffing. My mom’s stuffing in particular. It’s pretty simple, but sometimes simple recipes are the best 🙂
Voted for you! Best of luck!
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My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is roasted Brussels sprouts tossed with chopped bacon and carmelized shallots. Delish!
Ok JK… this is your last chance to make me a winner.
My favorite of all is my cornbread, sausage and apple stuffing plus other goodies….
You have my vote always…you really are quite creative and talented…..ok is this good enough to win…LOL…
My favorite thanksgiving recipe is mashed potatoes and fennel with rosemary butter. So good!
putting this in a separate comment, I added you as a friend on facebook! 🙂
Definitely already voted for you on PFB! I also follow you on facebook (as The Drinkwater Kitchen).
I am looking forward to making my Frozen Crescent Rolls – amazing easy and mouth-watering. 🙂
I love my aunt’s glazed ham.
I don’t actually like Thanksgiving food… so we always do it up with a twist. Last year’s Fennel Leek Stuffing was my fav so far.
I also friended you on FB. 🙂
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is a cranberry/pineapple jell-o salad that my mom used to make. It’s so delicious.
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It’s hard to pick a favorite thanksgiving recipe, but I do love making gravy with pureed roasted garlic mixed in. It’s awesome 🙂
I just added you on Facebook and already follow on Twitter!
Just tweeted: http://twitter.com/missionfood/status/4252912653967360
I also voted! Good luck 🙂
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is “Old School”, pumpkin pie with a LARGE dollop of whipped cream. I voted for you in Project Food Blog, and I did it before I seen your contest, so I don’t need a bribe…*wink *wink
Oh for sure it’s my mom’s turkey. She “marinates” it in brandy for two days before doing the other magic she works on it. It’s phenomenal.
You’d think the fave would be a dessert but nope. It’s cornbread dressing — old fashioned way, like momma makes it.
Already following you on Twitter. That counts, right?
Already voted. Love those scones!
I like to keep thanksgiving simple.. my favorite item to make for thanksgiving is sweet potatoes!
I voted for you on food buzz, and I really think you deserve to win…what wonderful recipes and pictures and ideas! good luck!
I subscribed to Jacob’s Kitchen via email and I voted for you on PFB.
I love mashed sweet potatoes with a praline topping. Delicious and much tastier and healthier than marshmallow topping.
I’ve done my weekly voting for you and will repost on facebook.
I make a pumpkin crisp that I found on the Allrecipes.com site.
The link is http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Pumpkin-Crisp/Detail.aspx
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is pumpkin pie, made with pure maple syrup!
favorite recipe is simple- sweet potato fries with a yogurt or bleu cheese dip.
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Mashed potatoes, hands down!
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is by far, my grandmother’s sweet potato casserole. It is just a mouthful of goodness in every bite. With tons of pecans, marshmellows, and good ole- sweet taters!
As non-exciting as this is… I like good ol stuffing! It’s such a comfort food to me!
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It has to be cranberry relish. I love the sweet and tart combination and how it blends into the gravy as it overflows on my plate. Yum!
MMMM, I love mashed sweet potatoes with candied pecans! So freaking good! Thanks for the chance to win a great prize. I’m having a small giveaway on my blog as well. Pop on over and leave a comment for a chance to win.
mmm, I love mashed sweet potatoes with candied pecans. So freaking good! Thanks for the chance to win. I’m hosting a little giveaway on my blog too, hop on over and leave a comment for a chance to win!
My favorite Thanksgiving dish is pumpkin custard made with coconut milk and lots of ginger. Yum!
I like roasted butternut squash; so simple and so good.
My favorite recipe is carmel apple cheesecake. My aunt makes it, and we have it every Thanksgiving.
My fav Thanksgiving dish is a side savory steamed carrot pudding. Yummy!
Voted for you as always.
I really enjoy the good ol’ green bean casserole. There’s something about Thanksgiving that makes me want to devour those tacky family recipes we had at my Grandma’s house when I was little.
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My mother’s pecan pie, made with bad things like shortening and corn syrup. So stinking good!
I haven’t tried this recipe yet but I’m really wanting too…I’ve recently fallen in love with sweet potatoes: http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2007/11/if_you_think_you_dont_like_sweet_potatoesthink_again/
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I just voted for you – good luck!
I love pumpkin pie, apple pie, um never had pecan pie, but I’d probably love that too!
Orange-Spice Cranberry Sauce
Bourbon Pecan Pie
I also like adding 1 or 2 sweet potatoes – the white ones, not the orange yams – to the mashed potatoes. You can’t really tell they’re there, they add a nice subtle sweet flavor.
I’m looking forward to my husband’s Door County cherry rum pie!
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cornbread dressing with cornbread,celery,turkey,a can of cream of celery,onion and egg up cut. Lots of other small ingredients but thats the yummiest parts
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My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is the sweet potatoes. Mix in brown sugar, bake, top with lots of mini marshmallows, bake a little more.
Be still my tastebuds! Thanksgiving is soon!
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My favorite TG recipe is my dressing. Yum!
My favorite recipe is probably cherry pie. It’s a close tie between that and pumpkin pie. I’m a pie fanatic! My mom makes the best homemade pie crust 🙂
I added you as a friend on facebook and now follow you on twitter!
One of my favorite Thanksgiving foods is roasted veggies (beets, parsnips, turnips, potatoes, yams, carrots).
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I voted for you on the food buzz challenge. Not for the give away, but because so far it is the best one that I have watched (I do have a couple more to watch though)
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is fresh cranberry sauce. I pick the cranberries wild here in Alaska during September, then I just put them in the food processor with a whole orange and sugar to taste.
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And of course I voted for you on PFB – best of luck!
Hi, my favorite is corn pudding with corn meal and creamed corn and I’m not sure what else without checking the recipe! Thanks so much for the giveaway!
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Here’s my tweet – http://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/4722752544047105
I like Sweet potatoes with brown sugar and pecan topping
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i voted for you!
My favorite is the sweet potatoes with brown sugar and pecans 🙂
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I love my daughter’s Cranberry relish – not sure of what all she puts it, except I know it has fresh cranberries, orange, dried cherries and a hint of cinnamon. So good.
I really love homemade cranberry sauce. I eat it for days after Thanksgiving.
My favourite is mashed potatoes make with sour cream and chives, salt and pepper. It makes for a different taste and is really yummy.
I absolutely love Pumpkin Spice Bars that my aunt makes. It is simply not Thanksgiving without them, but this year I am making them…should be interesting.
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roasted potatoes. my dad is British, so we have those instead of mashed
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I love the traditional turkey with gravy from the drippings.
I sent a facebook friend request. Crystal Broy…
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I have retweeted this. Good luck on the challenge!
My fave recipe is stuffing made with gluten-free bread, melted butter, walnuts, apples, and raisins or currants. I add fresh rosemary, sea salt, and freshly ground pepper, and a touch of nutmeg.
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I voted for you.
Love the video! You look fabulous!
I love homemade cranberry sauce made with orange zest, honey, cinnamon and cloves. Delish!
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Too many choices at Thanksgiving! I love it all- especially pumpkin pie a la mode.
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is our classic Greek rice stuffing with finley chopped onion, liver, pin nuts, cinnamon and tomato paste.
I meant pine nuts!
Pumpkin cheesecake! That’s pretty much necessary.
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I voted for you already.
My favorite thanksgiving recipe is homemade stuffing which I make with sourdough bread chunks, mirepoix, mushrooms, sage, thyme, etc. It’s so good. Beats boxed stuffing any day.
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I voted for you on Foodbuzz!
my favourite thanksgiving recipe is the turkey. I like it when it doesnt have the stuffing cooked inside (so i can have that on a seperate plate lol) and a sweet/salty pomegranate glaze, over it (the turkey that is).
PS i want to be entered in the giveaway ! 🙂
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is corn casserole.
My favorite thanksgiving recipe is chocolate chip cheesecake – so good!
My favorite recipe is My Lime Delight. It’s a jello dessert made with pineapple, creamcheese and lots of pecans
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yayyy! this giveaway is awesome!
My fav Thanksgiving recipe is Sweet Potato Pie – a recipe that I slightly changed from Sylvia’s Soul Food cookbook.
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Gotta love giveaways!
The family is disappointed when there is no squash casserole- just squash, velveeta, rotel and cracker crumbs.
You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.
I love the candied sweet potato casserole!
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I love stuffing with lots of sage–my mother used to make it.
I love fresh sweet potatoes (not yams), sliced, and baked with butter.
Thanks for a great giveaway!
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I clicked the link to vote for you, but the website says “voting has ended.” 😦
My brother and I (both married and in our 40s) still love sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top! Here’s to traditional Thanksgiving dishes…and to never growing up too much!
My fav recipe is swiss veggie casserole – it’s not gourmet by any means, but carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, swiss, mushroom soup, and crunchy onions. YUM. Comfort food.
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Sweet Potato Souffle … my grandma’s recipe… much like a sweet potato casserole, but so much better!
My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is roasted turkey.
I love my mom’s stuffing receipe
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I’m not a big fan of thanksgiving food in general, but I do love candied sweet potatoes. there is nothing better.
Pumpkin pie is must in our house. I use my grandmother’s recipe, and it is almost delicious served with lots of freshly whipped cream. (Sometimes for an added touch I will add maple or rum to the whipped cream too)
My favorite would be stuffing with lots of gravy on top of it. mmmh, I can just taste it right now. 🙂
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Hashbrown Casserole is my favorite Thanksgiving recipe!
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For me it’s all about the pie! Pecan pie with bourbon & chocolate chips, using maple syrup instead of corn syrup…. doesn’t get any more decadent than that! Happy Thanksgiving. Hoping to be making a gluten-free version of the scones for Thanksgiving morning!