Williams Sonoma Giveaway

On the 12th day of Christmas, there was an awesome giveaway! This lovely set of Williams Sonoma* Ginger- Jar Measuring Cups will be my present to one of you. Stoneware with hand painted decorations, they’re a classic blue and white must-have for any kitchen. It’s a set of four, 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup and 1/4 cup, each in a different pattern.

 


All you need to do to have a chance to win is follow Lemon Baby on either Facebook or Instagram and write a comment on this post (scroll all the way to the bottom of the page for the comment field) answering the following question:

“What’s your favorite holiday dish?”

*Williams-Sonoma is in no way affiliated with Lemon Baby or this giveaway. No purchase necessary to enter. Sweepstakes will run from 12/23/2017 8:00 AM EST and close at 6:00PM EST on 12/25/2017. Winner will be chosen at random and notified via email. Prize is valid only to US residents and will be shipped only to an address in the 48 contiguous states. 


What’s your favorite holiday treat to eat? Comment your answer below to enter to win!

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  6. We love our citrus herb turkey! I got the recipe from Southern Living forever ago. ❤️🎄🦃👍

  7. Yes! With the 12 Days of Christmas, I’ve had to change it up a bit. Normally I make ginger cookies, sea salt caramels, peppermint patties, snowball cookies and chocolate crinkles. Rice dressing sounds fantastic! What about you and your recipes?

  8. Christmas cookies are a definite tradition!🎄Family tradition is to change the menu every year too. I love my mother’s rice dressing though. Do you make the same recipes every year?

  9. Something we lovingly refer to as “Green Stuff” which is a Triffle with 2 layers of pound cake, pistachio pudding, crumbled heath bars, and cool whip. Vintage-y goodness 🙂

  10. after being in London this entire week I am just dying for some good southern food. I’m partial to 10 layer chocolate cakes, I could eat an entire one in a few days with one fork and a little will power. My moms rice supreme is our “special occasion” dish that always leaves us begging for more though. 🙂

  11. I love my mom’s homemade bread pudding. It’s my absolute favorite! Nobody can make it like she can 🙂

  12. Ohhh that’s a hard one! Our family’s breakfast casserole is a must for Christmas morning! But I LOVE my great-grandmother’s squash casserole!! This year I took a chance and tried making it myself for the first time (with a few teeny adjustments from the way Mom makes it). Fingers crossed!

  13. Hi love! My favorite holiday dish is my family’s oyster patties. We always make a ton and they are gone in the blink of an eye 😉

  14. Sugar cookies are the bomb. I bet we did make them together as kids! Lots of frosting and sprinkles involved, I imagine! 🙂 Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you and yours!

  15. Kyla, living on the Gulf Coast, we incorporate seafood wherever we can, especially for the holidays! I love a quiche, too. Thanks for entering, and happy holidays!

  16. Amanda, loving these posts lately! Awesome gift ideas. Christmas sugar cookies are my favorite… we probably made them together when we were little. Hope all is well! Xo Anne

  17. I always look forward to big , soft iced sugar cookies wirh a large mug of coffee. I am so.happy I found your site on fb. I am.loving all your holiday recipes!! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  18. My favorite is a family shrimp sauce recipe with shrimp as an appetizer. I make ithe during Thanksgiving and occasionally on Christmas if we have a crowd.
    Between that and a hearty quiche for breakfast, I could skip the ham!

  19. Growing up down under I enjoyed cold seafood buffets on Christmas Day. So, I like to incorporate seafood into our US celebration!

  20. Love the cups and your recipes! My favorite treat is homemade chocolate chip cookies for Santa! They are delicious and fun to make with the kids!

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