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Cook This, Not That Giveaway



Hi Neighbors!

Here is our newest giveaway!  Cook This, Not That.  The book contains 125 quick and healthy recipes that can save you 10, 20, 30 pounds or more.  The book has recipes for everything from breakfast to dessert.  There are 12 chapters where you will find foods you should not eat and the substitutes that are better for you.

I also like the extra little facts they add throughout the book.  Facts like the proper salt to use with different foods.  Or the information they share on Peppadew Peppers.  I had never even heard of them before.

I purchased one of these for myself and one for a giveaway.  I will be trying some of these recipes out soon.  I really think you will enjoy this book.

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Comments

Patricia N said…
Wow, so many... If I had to pick just one comfort food I overindulge in, I would have to say ice cream
bettycd said…
bacon - there is nothing like the smell of bacon that draws people to it. Everyone seems to like it too much
Patricia N said…
Ooops! First tweet is wrong (5/29). It should be:
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D Cheatle said…
I'd have to say bacon. It's so good, but so bad for you!
Denise S. said…
I occasionally get a dozen donuts for our breakfast.
amp said…
I think Mac and cheese is my biggest comfort food splurge.

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Unknown said…
Cookies. We occasionally have cookies on movie nights.
Unknown said…
I always have some pork rinds...
chromiumman said…
macaroni and cheese
calvad said…
My occasional not good for me comfort food is grape nut ice cream.
Susan said…
I make a chicken pot pie and it is yummy. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep :) corrysue@yahoo.com
Unknown said…
My favorite would have to be cheese! I mean REAL cheese!!!! Cabot is one of the best I've ever tasted. Got milk?
Unknown said…
I eat a donut some days for breakfast. They are so good especially the lemon filled.
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Becca said…
Mac and Cheese and Fettuccine Alfredo. I love pasta with cheesy sauce!
Pat said…
Pizza is my comfort food.
Unknown said…
I like to occasionally eat fried chicken and mashed potatoes with gravy.
iggysaysno said…
meatballs and spaghetti
Kathy P said…
My comfort food would be cheesecake
Jennafer211 said…
I would have to say burritos!
Unknown said…
My comfort food is pizza
Lisa said…
I really like donuts.
SexyBrat said…
I love noodles or Mashed Potatoes. :(
Kim Smith said…
Fried chicken would be my not so good for me go to
Unknown said…
Chocolate Chip Mint Ice Cream!
Candie L said…
I love mini size chocolate bars (ok a lot). Thank you

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Cheesecake is a huge comfort food for me. Not very good for my waistline though.
susansmoaks said…
i like to have some chocolate from time to time, probably more often than i should.
Melanie C said…
My not so good for you comfort food would have to be a Queso Burger :D If i feel guilty enough, i'll make it a turkey queso burger lol.
Buddy Garrett said…
Fried chicken is my comfort food.
SandySue210 said…
At times, I just HAVE TO have spaghetti! and meatballs and garlic bread!
Sand said…
I like macaroni and cheese!

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