Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

I’m excited to be participating in Giveaway Day this year!

This is my 2nd year and I love being able to share some handmade goodies with you.

For this giveaway I’m offering up a Zakka Style sewing kit with a few extras.

There’s some Cosmo embroidery floss, a spool of 50 wt Aurifil, the sewing kit with pincushion and a few of my favorite flower head pins.

I think you’ll enjoy this goodie package!

For a chance to win, just leave me a comment.Β Β  Maybe with a link to your favorite recipe?Β  I seriously need new dinner ideas!

If you follow this blog already or are a new follower, leave a separate comment letting me know for an optional extra entry.

Giveaway is open to International readers too and will remain open until May 25th at 10pm EST.

xo, Lindsey

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  1. Beautiful, I would love to win this. I too need good dinner ideas, I mostly just heat up stuff from Trader Joes.

  2. Joyce

    Love following your blog! I just got mu Zakka book and stopped for some linen on my way home from work….would love to win!

  3. Emily

    Lovely, so pretty and sweet, and as for dinner ideas, I’ll be reading your other comments because I am all out of ideas too!

  4. Emily

    I am a follower too

  5. One of my new favorite recipes is Asian Grilled Salmon. It is super easy and quick, great from summer dinners http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/asian-grilled-salmon-recipe/index.html

  6. Anita

    I can’t believe that your giving away that fun sewing kit! I’ve been in love with it since you posted a picture of it last week. A link to one of our favorite recipes, we use chicken breasts in place of a whole cut up chicken.
    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe/coq-au-vin2.html

  7. I am a follower via email (and I think you’re on my rss feed too, talk about overacheiving!)

  8. Sue

    Thanks for the chance of your beautiful giveaway!
    I follow your blog.
    sue
    legato1958@aol.com

  9. Does the Pizza Hut website count as a dinner recipe? LOL, it ought to, cuz that’s about as high-tech as my cooking gets! πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win!
    -Steph

  10. Kris

    This is a beautiful giveaway! As for dinner ideas, I have been enjoying going out to our garden and picking dinner…had some wonderful early spring veggies, hope that’s an option for you πŸ™‚

  11. Pamela Adams

    I don’t have any links to recipes ….sorry! But, I do follow you via email. I too love your blog and thanks for the chance to win!

  12. Pamela Adams

    Oh, I did think of a blog that has great recipes … Pioneer Woman.. Just google it and she has tons.

  13. I would so treasure your giveaway and really give it a good home because I love it so.

  14. I just got a copy of Ree Drummond’s “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier” and it looks like it has some AMAZING dishes in it.

  15. Suz

    I’m also a follower via email!

  16. Rebecca

    What a generous giveaway! Thank you so much! These pork chops are amazing. I know, I know… pork chops?? But trust me – these are awesome!

    http://www.canadianparents.com/recipe/maplebraised-pork-chops

  17. Suz

    My husband is the cook in our family, so I am NO help with recipes!

  18. Rebecca

    I follow your blog in my GR πŸ™‚

  19. Sarah

    And I’m a follower

  20. One of my favorite cookbooks: http://www.amazon.com/Enchanted-Broccoli-Katzens-Classic-Cooking/dp/1580081266

    And visit http://www.browneyedbaker.com/ for desserts–especially the red velvet cupcakes!

  21. GG

    I follow your blog. That is a good offer for a giveaway. It looks great! I have a recipe for chicken divan- it makes a nice casserole for company. Email me if you need the recipe- so many already have one for this dish.

  22. And I already follow your blog!

  23. I was gonna just sit back and watch, but I want that … Ha!!! Thanks girl this is fantastic. I hope I win! I use a lot of eady family recipies on Kraft.com . great little 30 minute dinners that the whole family just loves!

  24. GG

    Hi there, I didn’t realize that I got another entry for the Give Away! I would enjoy having the Zakka Style Sewing Kit. Thanks so much!

  25. Well, I haven’t tried this one yet either, but one recipe definitely on my “to try” list is these Mexican Stuffed Shells. Mmmmm. In fact, her website has LOADS of good recipes I want to try.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway package!

  26. gccmom

    Here is a link for Bird’s Nest Pie. http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=1101571 My family really likes it. i use regular pasta and 1/2 lb sausage and 1/2 lb ground beef.

  27. I love this prize sooooooooooo much – I also hate cooking so I can recommend my local fish & chip shop if you ever pop over!

  28. gccmom

    I follow your blog.

  29. Tawny

    Oh my would I love to win this little kit! If you like the idea of a vegan meal in a crockpot, here is one of my most favorite things I’ve tried recently…
    http://www.getnatured.com/2011/06/june-uary-crockpot-polenta-lasagna.html

  30. Beautiful! Whoever wins is very lucky. πŸ˜‰

    One of my favs is stuffed pepper soup..
    http://www.skinnytaste.com/2011/12/stuffed-pepper-soup.html

    So yummy and healthy!

  31. I also follow you via Google Reader. πŸ˜€

  32. Thank you for a chance to win. I love allrecipes.com when I need to find a good recipe.

  33. Sorry that was “easy recipes”. I’m a follower too

  34. wigglypup

    I am a follower. Cute sewing kit. Thanks for the chance to win!

  35. Kimberly

    I love making (& eating!) pot pie. So yummy! Thank you for the giveaway!

  36. Ellen M.

    This is a beautiful giveaway (I saw your post on this sewing kit!). You can always get good recipes on the Pioneer Woman website (Not necessarily healthy, but gooood!). Thanks!

  37. lindsay

    I love how many Lindsay/Lindsey crafters I am finding out here!

    My fave recipe is easy (no link)

    BBQ chicken pizza:
    pillsbury pizza crust, in the oven for a few mins so the crust doesn’t get soggy when you add sauce to it
    add bbq sauce
    cooked chicken
    thin sliced red onions
    cheese blend
    put in the oven til hot and melty
    add fresh basil to the top!
    Then invite me over for dinner. πŸ˜‰

    thanks for the giveaway!
    lindsay723 (at) gmail (dot) com

  38. Mary Jo

    Love seeing your Zakka style creations. MJ

  39. Mary Jo

    I am a follower of your delightful blog. Thanks for the chance.

  40. lynn

    great giveaway! one of my favorite summer meals is a greek couscous salad: ww couscous, spinach, feta, toms, cuke, oregano, w/a simple vinaigrette (i like martha’s favorite). w/or w/out grilled chicken.

  41. lynn

    i’m a faithful follower-thanks for the inspiration!

  42. Shelley

    Oooh, I love your sewing kit. There is a blog I like for recipes:
    sixinthesuburbsblog@blogspot.com.

  43. I love skinnytaste.com they have some really great lowfat stuff.

  44. Shelley

    I’m a follower of your blog too. I really enjoy it.

  45. nancy

    I’ve been following for awhile now.

    Mel’s Kitchen has some nice recipes.
    owensolivia@hotmail.com

  46. I have been following your blog for a while now also.
    ——————————–
    My fav dinner recipe: (hopefully your not vegan)
    1 lb Ground Turkey or HBurger
    1 cup onions/belle pepper mix-fresh is best
    1 Egg
    1 cup old fashioned oatmeal.
    Pepper to your liking for seasoning
    Katchup
    Muffing Tin
    Oven:375
    Cook: 45mins-An Hour
    ____________
    Let turkey or Hburger set out at room temp for about an hour (this makes the burger cook faster and more through)
    …..
    Mix Burger,onions,egg,oatmeal in a large bowl, kneading with your hands until mixed well.
    Roll into balls a little bit smaller than a muffin cup, place in un-greased un-spraged muffin tin.

    Sprinkle with pepper.
    at approx 20 mins top with katchup, put back in oven.
    Cook for remaining 25 mins or until done- due to ovens all being different and all.

    ……….. Tada! Meatloaf muffins, individual size and fun to eat!
    I usually add fresh steamed beans or baked beans πŸ™‚
    Garlic toast too maybe?

  47. Your sewing kit is wonderful! (I’m giving one away too!) And the extras are fab, I think I am one of the last people on the planet who has not tried aurifil yet! LOL.
    This is one of my absolute favourite recipes ever! http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4963/creamy-parsnip-and-squash-bake
    great with chicken, pork and turkey and nice too with some dark cabbage and peas πŸ™‚ YUMMY!

  48. I’m a follower too πŸ™‚

  49. Michelle J.

    The best dinner idea I have is frozen pizza πŸ™‚ Obviously I need help too!

  50. Amy

    I can’t believe you are giving this away! It was my favorite of the bunch! I always like making homemade pesto this time of year when basil can be found fresh!

  51. Marian

    I’ve been admiring this sewing kit since you posted the picture and I’ve even tried to copy the fabric selvedge trim which is adorable. As part of the Zakka Sew Along I visit your site regularly. Wonderful give away!

  52. Love your sewing kit,Thanks for the giveaway!

  53. I have many favorite recipes,paella,tortilla de patata,queso fresco a la plancha, potaje de garbanzos,fideua, cocido, torrijas…but Iink this to you because is easy to cook.

    http://www.euroresidentes.com/Recetas/tortilla_patatas.htm

  54. elizabethlehman

    You know I love your lovely handmades!! I’ve been making this recipe a lot ~ it’s like Chipotle, really! I found it through pinterest.

    http://budgetbytes.blogspot.com/2011/07/taco-chicken-bowls-1066-recipe-133.html

    Her blog is great, I’m a big fan. Really great recipes and easy to make. Lots of step by step pictures.

  55. elizabethlehman

    You know I started following when I found your awesome messenger bag!!

  56. This is so lovely! I was admiring the way you used the selvedge edge as trim when I saw this before. πŸ™‚ Such a brillant idea! My husband and I love everything Alton Brown and we swear by this meatloaf recipe:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/good-eats-meat-loaf-recipe/index.html

  57. I am also a follower. πŸ™‚

  58. Yay! Great giveaway! I’m gonna take a look around your suggested recipes too. I’m a horrible cook!

  59. I’m a follower πŸ™‚

  60. Such a cute sewing kit – love it!! Thanks for the opportunity

    How about this recipe for a quinoa vegetable salad? Could be great with grilled chicken or steak, london broil or whatever your favorite thing to throw on the grill is (I’m a vegetarian so I would skip the meat, and go for a veggie burger, but that’s me). http://handmadebytracie.wordpress.com/2012/02/17/vegetarian-quinoa-salad-recipes-two-ways/

    handmadebytracie (at) gmail (dot) com

  61. I’m also a new follower! Cute blog!

  62. Misty

    It is a very cute giveaway!

  63. And I have been a follower for a while now πŸ™‚

  64. Andrea C L

    ahh! such a cute, little package. love it!

  65. Andrea C L

    i follow your blog

  66. Jeannie

    Love your give away! I’m in love with Zakka now.haha..haa…
    Here is a super easy and fast recipe
    http://www.managercomplete.com/engine2/recipe.aspx?category=Dinner&id=53

  67. Jeannie

    I follow your blog.

  68. Dinner recipe. Um. BACON. Oven-baked bacon.

  69. jennifer

    such a cute giveaway, thanks for the chance!

  70. christine

    I have to agree with the commenter above–bacon makes everything better!

  71. Love your giveaway!!! Thanks for the chance.

  72. Beth T.

    How perfect that you would give away something in the Zakka style! Thanks for the chance to enter. As for dinner, I’m heating up vegetable spring rolls, taking the easy way out.

  73. Beth T.

    I’m happy to be a follower.

  74. I would love to win. A loaded bake potatoes is always good for dinner.

  75. i love this set, thanks for the chance to win.

    i just tried this tortellini (minus the chicken) and it was great! http://www.vintagevictuals.com/2009/05/garden-pesto-tortellini.html

  76. Jeannette

    I adore this every since I saw you first post about it!!

  77. Jeannette

    I am already a follower, great blog!

  78. Linda

    Great giveaway. I see you’ve gotten lots of good ideas for dinner. My suggestion is steaks on the grill served with corn on the cob. Thanks for the chance to win. Linda

  79. Denise

    I love this sewing kit. The other goodies are great too. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  80. My favorite dinner is steak fries and a fruit smoothie–I’ve totally gotten lazy!

  81. I’m not much of an adventurous cook, so no recipe links from me, sadly. But I am adventurous sewist, so the kit would be very welcome in my home!

  82. Kirsten

    I’m a fan of the Pioneer Woman for quick and easy, family friendly recipes!

  83. weeshare

    signed up to follow by email

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

  84. Jill

    thanks for the offer! I’d love to share a link to a recipe, but I oftentimes just ‘wing it’ in the kitchen. I can, however, recommend this book: http://www.amazon.com/Everything-Completely-Revised-Anniversary-Edition/dp/0764578650/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1337649665&sr=8-1

  85. Jill

    oh, and I’m also a(n enthusiastic) follower…

  86. I just love this quickie salad i make easy and healthy
    chopped green peppers
    chopped tomatos
    chopped cucumbers
    feta cheese
    vinegar and olive oil
    sea salt and fresh ground pepper
    yummy
    marymoondesigns@yahoo.com

  87. Amy

    I am a new follower!

  88. Becky Greene

    I am enjoying the Zakka Style Sew Along so much!!!!! You sewing kit is beautiful and would be a wonderful reminder of the fun I have had in this project.

    I absolutely love these rolls – I don’t even want to think about the calories, but every one of them is worth it! Just remember that 1/2 cup does not equal an 8 oz container – actually put the sour cream in a measuring cup or you will use too much. http://pinterest.com/pin/243616661062670811/

  89. Amy

    Unfortunately I am a terrible cook so I cannot send you a great recipe – I recommend going out for dinner! :0)

  90. Becky Greene

    I am a very happy follower of your blog.

  91. Rebekah Stockton

    This would be awesome!

  92. Rebekah Stockton

    I subscribe.

  93. visit ourbestbites.com. they have tons of delicious recipes.

  94. BarbaraP

    I love to read your blog. I was so excited for the sew along, but alas have not finnished one project. I wish my life would make room for my sewing…hopefully soon

  95. visit ourbestbites.com. they have tons of delicious recipes

  96. Yvonne

    Great giveaway, thank you! For some great recipes go to
    http://www.thepioneerwoman.com.

  97. I follow you via Google Reader. Thanks for the opportunity! πŸ˜‰

  98. christina

    i could use some recipes too! i’m not much of a cooker!

  99. And we have black bean and spinach quesadillas a lot… everyone loves them, they are super easy and quick, and healthy.

  100. Sharon

    Just go to Six Sisters Stuff — you’ll find plenty to whet your appetite! Thanks for the giveaway.

  101. This is from my blog, and it is totally one of my favorites. Penne with creamy tomato and chipotle sauce. Just add a side vegetable and it is dinner. http://archaeologistontheroad.blogspot.com/2011/11/penne-with-creamy-tomato-chipotle.html (sorry, I don’t mean for this to be a blatant plug, I just really like this dinner recipe, which is why I wrote about it…)

  102. Jo

    I recommend learning to make a variety of baked pasta dishes- I recommend tomato sauce with ground turkey and cheese over top, or a bechamel sauce with chicken and a cheesy crust!

  103. I have a simple one for you. Cook 1 lb hamburger. Add 1 can cream of mushroom soup and a small can of chopped green chiles. Layer this with corn tortillas and your favorite sharp cheese (several layers) and bake at 350 for at least 30 minutes, or until the internal temp is 160. I sounds strange, but I like the combo of flavors. Enjoy!

  104. Elizabeth j

    Love the sewing kit!
    Anything by pioneer woman… Chicken parm, potatoes au gratin, yummy!

  105. Ellen Ban

    Hi Lindsey! It seems like a long time since I’ve seen you! A good easy dinner is Trader Joe’s frozen breaded eggplant baked with mozzarella, spinach and tomato sauce. We freeze the leftovers and make Eggplant Subs. Love your sewing kit!

  106. What a gorgeous collection of goodies – love your sewing kit!

    This recipe is great http://www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe/chicken-curry.html although it’s always my husband who makes it, not me, so I don’t know how easy/difficult it is to make. But it’s definitely delicious to eat!

  107. Ellen Ban

    I’m a follower by email (at work)!

  108. I’m a follower. Have loved following along lately with all your zakka creations – I keep wanting to join in but the days and weeks get away from me πŸ™‚

  109. A chicken recipe that I really like is this one for Chili-Lime Chicken Kabobs:
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/chili-lime-chicken-kabobs/

    My husband is a big fan, too. I love to serve them with a quinoa pilaf type deal or even a rice pilaf-ish dish.

  110. I am also already a follower

  111. Thanks for the chance to win these amazing prizes! I share several recipes on my blog: http://twocheekymonkeysdesigns.blogspot.com.au/search/label/recipe πŸ™‚

  112. What a lovely giveaway! I was so impressed with this kit when you posted about it the other day—you did such a nice job! I’ve been trying out lots of new recipes lately. I made this one a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it (and took leftovers to work for lunch): http://www.skinnytaste.com/2012/03/easy-crust-less-spinach-and-feta-pie.html

  113. Elisa

    Love this giveaway. Thanks!

  114. Elisa

    Already a follower

  115. Oh, your sewing kit is superb! I so love the selvage embellishment! I’d be honered to have and LR Stitch-ie in with my supplies, and those threads would be fun too πŸ˜€

  116. I’ve got a lot of nice side dishes- want the recipe for ginger glazed carrots or horseradish coleslaw? I’m a follower of blog and newsletter!

  117. I’ve not had the chance to use cosmo, but I’ve heard all the rave about it. And, I’m in love with your sewing kit. It’s goygish!

  118. Donna Joy

    Great sewing kit, this is sew much fun, and I make a taco salad for a quick meal.

  119. Elizabeth

    Thanks so much for the great giveaway!
    I make a great side dish (goes well with any protein) of brown rice with spinach and feta. Cook the brown rice (or white) as usual. In a saute pan, saute some chopped onion, add lemon juice and oregano. Lightly wilt some fresh spinach (if you want to add mushrooms or sundried tomatoes, add them before the spinach). Add to the rice adn lighly mix. Add feta to the mix and allow the feta to warm and soften a bit – and serve!

  120. Buy the America’s Test Kitchen Family Cookbook from Amazon. I haven’t found a bad recipe in there yet!

    Love your giveaway pack!!

  121. Beautiful giveaway, thanks for the chance.

  122. Ooh great giveaway! I’ve wanted to try the flower head pins, I just needed an excuse to buy more pins when I already have so many!

  123. scrappybelle

    I was seriously bored with dinner so I am trying new recipes from pinterest. If you are adventurous this recipe is awesome http://www.melskitchencafe.com/2012/01/coconut-shrimp-curry-silpat-giveaway.html

  124. scrappybelle

    I am a new follower.

  125. I cannot express how much I’d love to win this giveaway! I will be traveling soon and I really want to have a small sewing kit to bring with me on the flight. Yours is just amazing–I love the fringe and words on the tie ☺
    I don’t have a link to my recipe, but if Lemon -thyme chicken with rice or veggie lasagna sound good to you, I’ll write them down and send it! they’re both super easy.

  126. Ah yes, I’m a follower!

  127. Shannon

    This is my go-to site for recipes, it’s the best. http://www.melskitchencafe.com/

  128. I’m in love with slow cooker recipes at the moment, it’s just so easy. Try the blog ‘365days of slow cooking.’ Thanks for the chance to win!

  129. Liz

    Great giveaway, thank you. I recently had grilled salmon with ginger slices on it (like you get with sushi) – it was delicious.

  130. what a great giveaway! here is my recipe for you! make them, seriously, you wont be sorry! http://www.justcookalready.com/2009/06/honey-lime-chicken-enchiladas.html

  131. suvi

    What a wonderful giveaway! My favourite dish is a pastasalad with feta cheese, finely chopped leeks, cherry tomatoes, black olives and toasted sunflower seeds. Top it all up with balsamic vinegar, yummy!

  132. Lovely giveaway. I am sending you a link to a recipe by a super Scottish cook, Sue Lawrence.
    http://uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/576823

  133. And I am already a follower of your blog.x

  134. Melissa Palmer

    I don’t have a specific recipe, but I always look on Pinterest for cooking ideas.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

  135. Melissa Palmer

    Following via email πŸ™‚

    melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

  136. Being Spanish my favorite recipe is Paella, I know it by heart at this stage, so if you would like to give it a try I could type it for you, no problem. Thanks for the chance!.

  137. I am a follower of course.

  138. Shanny

    Dinner recipes? GOSH there are sooo.. many! πŸ™‚ My fav is Jamie Oliver’s mustard chicken : http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chicken-recipes/mustard-chicken-quick-dauphinoise-greens. LOVE the dauphinoise potatoes too… YUMMM…. Thank you for the chance to win this lovely gift! πŸ™‚

  139. Caillean

    I loved your sewing kit the first time you showed it on your blog.
    My favorite summer recipe is Lemon Pasta Salad: Take some cooked pasta (Penne or Farfalle), mix it with fresh-squezed lemon juice, sour cream, salt an pepper. You can add a grilled chicken breast with herbs (e.g. rosemary and thyme). Delicious, refreshing and can be made with leftover pasta and stored in the fridge 1-2 days until you need it.

  140. Bettina

    That is just a stunning prize!
    Thank you for making the giveaway open to internationals xx
    ibs102(at)hotmail(dot)com
    favourite recipe….I’ve recently got into making Limoncello (too long to post here though, you’ll have to ask me:)))

  141. Thanks for the giveaway! What to have for dinner?
    I would suggest going to the library and borrowing a cookbook each week and go through and choose a few different recipes. Try some out and keep one to add to a new recipe book.
    Hugs

  142. Aletta

    My favorite summer recipe is pasta salad with tuna, corn, tomato and cucumber, similar to a recipe from Spring 2010 on:
    http://www.freshforkids.com.au/recipes/recipes.asp

    Good luck!

  143. Thanks for a lovely giveaway

  144. Deidra

    Great give away!

  145. Christi P.

    A recipe that you will grow to love and will become a staple in your fridge is the Restaurant Style Salsa on Pioneer Woman’s website. My kids can’t hardly stand it if there is not a container of it in the fridge!! Try it…you will like it πŸ™‚

  146. Christi P.

    I follow your blog…thank you for all the inspiration!

  147. Karen

    I love your blog and the Zakka Style sew along!

  148. what a great giveaway – am loving the zakka style sew along too and seeing what people create!

  149. I also follow your blog – love the ideas

  150. Njeri

    I am enjoying the Zakka book sew along, if only I had the book.

  151. karen

    http://www.channel4.com/programmes/jamies-30-minute-meals/4od#3156129
    Jamie Olivers steak sarnie, mushrooms and beetroot salad – really great food!

  152. karen

    I am a follower too!

  153. Gina

    I love recipe books and have a wonderful collection . Do you have Donna Hay books in the states ?. If so have a look , she has great recipes . ( or just google her ) the magazine is available as an app . Not as nice as glossy paper though . Mmmm yummy .

  154. Gina

    I follow via e.mail too .

  155. There is a great recipe on my blog for crock pot chicken. It’s super easy and very yummy! Thanks for the giveaway!

  156. Courtney Elwell

    Thanks for the chance to win

  157. Kara

    I just made this fattoush salad for the first time, and it is great!

    http://www.theparsleythief.com/2009/07/fattoush.html

  158. I am a follower of your blog πŸ™‚

  159. this is the best recipe I have in my arsenault–it’s sooo good and sooo easy!
    Enjoy!
    http://foodwishes.blogspot.ca/2008/02/end-of-chicken-parmesan-as-you-know-it.html

  160. Allison C

    I’m a big fan of Annie’s Eats blog. She has great recipes and these corn cakes are one of my hubby’s favorites (and he is picky!) and perfect for summer.
    http://annies-eats.com/2011/08/25/corn-cakes-with-tomato-avocado-relish/
    She also had a recipe for mac and cheese bites yesterday that I’m definitely going to try.

  161. I love this giveaway. I don’t have a link for any great recipes but love some fresh pasta with vegis for an easy, healthy dinner.

    kobelcm@hotmial.com

  162. I have a great dinner Idea, but no link, email me funnymesjc@gmail and I will send it to you, if you like tator tots, its simple, full filling and everyone eats it and its healthy..

  163. I follow you and I am doing the Zakka sew along and would love this kit, because I gave mine to my mom for Mothers day.

  164. This is my favorite easy chicken recipe:
    http://crepesofwrath.net/2008/08/08/soy-marinated-chicken/
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  165. I follow via RSS on Google Reader!

  166. triciafreshraspberryquilts

    Very cute!

  167. I tend to just throw meals together, so I don’t have a lot of recipes. However, I did just follow this recipe and it was a big hit:

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/shredded-brussels-sprouts/detail.aspx?event8=1&prop24=SR_Title&e11=brussel%20sprouts&e8=Quick%20Search&event10=1&e7=Home%20Page

  168. Kay

    Our favourite family meal is carbonara pasta. Great giveaway, thankyou.

  169. My latest ‘go-to’ recipe: Taco Tuesday followed by Taco-Soup-Saturday
    Make a double batch of taco meat. Eat half of it on Taco Tuesday. The other half gets tossed into a pot with two cans of tomatoes, one cup of salsa, and 32oz of beef broth. Simmer it until heated through. Top soup with sour cream or gaucamole, shredded cheese, olives, cilantro, salsa, jalapenos, or whatever you like on your tacos. Serve with tortilla chips crushed on top as sprinkels or on the side… Oh Yeah baby! I’m a regular follower!

  170. Kay

    I follow you via email.

  171. Beautiful. I love the grey/pink combination. We cook recipes out of the Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook a lot. They have a blog as well. Good stuff.

  172. Sew

    Well I love anything by Tyler’s Ultimate on Food Network. You should check that out! Thanks:)

  173. Lori Smanski

    i am a follower

  174. lolinkins

    I will go with some exotic recipe!!! I love the nepalese dhal bhat! which is white rice with lentil soup. Yum! there you go a recipe: http://www.nepalhomepage.com/society/recipes/dalbhat.html

  175. Lori Smanski

    i have a wonderful pizza alternative but no link, and i dont know how to link. if interested, email me and i will send a copy.

  176. I never use recipes and I hardly cook anymore

  177. Thanks for the giveaway!

  178. Rebecca M.

    my favorite food is taco salad and you don’t really need a recipe for that… it’s just salad with taco meat. (doritos crushed on top is a must though!)

  179. Jess @ Quilty Habit

    Thanks for the chance to win such a cute package πŸ™‚ I don’t have any dinner recipes – I don’t cook!

  180. My favorite dinner ideas all involve the fabulous restaurants in my city! LOL! I am SO not a good cook! I do love a simple Caesar salad with bread and olive oil and a bit of cheddar cheese on the side for lighter nights, though. We enjoy that dinner often…actually…now that I say that..I kind of want it tonight! LOL!

  181. I have something similar to this I will be putting in the oven tonight. πŸ™‚
    http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Mother-s-Pasties

  182. Heather

    So fun! Love the kit!

  183. Would love to win — thanks for the giveaway! Have you been over to http://onceamonthmom.com? You can cook all your meals for a month in one day!

  184. julia

    Love the pincushion.. homemade chicken pot pie is my fav

  185. Love your pincushion kit…thanks for the giveaway.

  186. Eryn

    What an awesome giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win!! I’m really big on dinner salads right now… fresh greens and veggies with some grilled steak or chicken and some homemade croutons and dressing drizzled on top… yum!

  187. My favorite summer dinner isn’t really a recipe but I marinate chicken in some soy sauce, cilantro, lime and honey then grill them up. I use them in fajitas or for a really yummy salad!

  188. I am a follower of your blog! Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome prize!

  189. Elnora

    Thanks for the chance at your generous giveaway! One of my favorite easy dinners is to split a loaf of nice, crusty bread lengthwise, then make a “pizza” on it with these ingredients: pesto, either sundried tomatoes packed in oil or cherry tomatoes (roasted in the oven, if I have time), and a sprinkling of feta cheese. Bake or broil ’til warm. Yummy!

  190. Elnora

    And yup, I’m following you with Bloglovin’, my favorite blog reader.

  191. eightleggy

    Thanks for the giveaway. I am out of dinner ideas too….

  192. Kim

    How fun! Thanks for the lovely chance.

  193. Irene Garcia

    Thank youfor the giveaway! I love anything with smoked salmon on it

  194. Garnet

    Last night I tried this recipe for bibimbap, a Korean dish with rice and vegetables: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/bibimbap

  195. Garnet

    I’m a follower.

  196. Lindsay F

    I love chicken paprikash

    http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/chicken-paprikash-recipe

    lindsay(dot)forgette(at)gmail(dot)com

  197. Karen

    Thank you for the giveaway! If you like Olive Garden’s pasta fagioli soup, then you’ll love this recipe. It’s so yummy!
    http://www.food.com/recipe/Olive-Garden-Pasta-E-Fagioli-17566

    Just in case, my email is khauglan (at) yahoo (dot)com

  198. Karen

    I follow your blog. Thank you for the giveaway!

  199. This kit is so cute! Thanks for the giveaway. One of my favorite recipes is for this salsa called Texas Caviar…it’s so good!
    http://www.bijoulovelydesigns.com/2011/07/best-summer-salsa.html

  200. I follow you too πŸ™‚

  201. Jessica

    i love the fabric you chose for the sewing kit! thanks for the giveaway!

  202. 2ne

    I mostly do my own quilts without a pattern πŸ™‚

  203. Jamsby

    I love pretty much everything from 101 Cookbooks, but especially this recipe: http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/broccolibasil-mac-and-cheese-recipe.html
    It’s a crowd pleaser (and my 2 year old devours it!)

  204. Thanks for the giveaway! I don’t think I’m much help on the recipe front because my husband is the cook in my family.

  205. Right now I’m a llittle obsessed with Joy The Baker’s Salted Caramel Cheesecake Pie. Yum!!

  206. And I’m already a follower.

  207. Angie

    This is an awesome giveaway! My favorite recipe is an english muffin with one over-easy egg, sausage, swiss cheese, spinach, and half an avocado. Best lunch ever, and easy, too.

  208. Margaret

    My husband does most of the dinner cooking, and he never uses a recipe, so I am no help on that. Sorry. I’ll have to read through the comments–maybe i will be inspired to cook dinner one of these days.

  209. So cute! For an easy dinner:
    2 baked/broiled/grilled chicken breasts, cubed
    2 cups cooked rice
    1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
    1 can corn

    Mix it all together. Add your favorite toppings (salsa, guacamole, sour cream). Eat it as is, or in a tortilla as a wrap. Also great with chopped Romaine. I try to keep this in the fridge all summer long, quick easy lunches!

  210. I WISH I had a great recipe for you, that would mean I knew one…I hate cooking. lol
    This is a lovely giveaway – very generous!

  211. Kirsty Brown

    Would love to win! My fave recipe is Chilli Bean Goulash. If I win I’ll email you the recipe!

  212. What a fun giveaway. Hope I win!

  213. Joyce Mitchell

    Thanks for the giveaway. Here’s a recipe for a cheesy savory sweet biscuit.

    Cheesy Pecan Cranberry Crisps
    40-50 crisps out of one batch

    2 cups Asiago cheese, shredded (white, creamy, pungent odor)
    1 cup butter
    Dash of cayenne pepper
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    2 cups flour
    1 1/2 cup pecans, chopped & toasted
    3/4 cup dried cranberries

    Cream the cheese & butter until thoroughly mixed. In a small bowl combine the flour, baking powder & cayenne pepper. Mix into butter/cheese mixture until smooth. Add chopped pecans & cranberries. Form into a log & wrap in plastic wrap – let rest in refrigerator for 1 hour. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Unwrap the dough & slice into 1/3 rounds & place on parchment paper lined baking sheets. Bake for 12-15 minutes until lightly browned.

    Enjoy

  214. Joyce Mitchell

    I’m a new follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

  215. I am doing wekll if I only have takeout 6 nights a week so I really can’t be of much help. Thanks for the chance to win.

  216. Thanks for the chance. If I win I will send you our favorite fetticini alfredo recipe..it is an easy and deicious one!

  217. I’ve got some of my favorite recipes on my blog. I have a “series” called Sunday Brunch, although I’ve been taking a hiatus (and really need to start again). So, thanks for reminding me! πŸ˜‰

  218. Oooh, so cute! I love gray and yellow together! One of my favorite recipes is Chicken flautas: http://gluegunannie.com/?p=763 yum! annie@gluegunannie.com

  219. Not exactly a meal, but these cookies are to die for πŸ™‚

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/ricotta-cheese-cookies/detail.aspx

  220. My fave recipe is something i made up. Not much cooking (kinda a semi homemade a la Sandra Lee). Its a Buffalo chicken salad. What you need – lettuce or bagged salad, a serving of chicken nuggets per person (I use frozen tyson), franks hot sauce and ranch or blue cheese dressing. Cook the chicken, chop it up and toss it in about a tsp of the hot sauce (more or less to taste). Put it on the salad, drizzle with dressing and Chow down!! This is about 300 Cals. And totally filling and yummy. Add bacon or blue cheese or what ever. It’s super easy and super yummy. πŸ™‚

  221. I always find that coming up with new menus the toughest part of cooking. Anything we can BBQ is fabulous for me.

  222. AnnaPK

    I have found so many great recipes on Pinterest. Have you tried that yet?

  223. Jessica Helen

    cute prize! our favourite dinner we’ve had lately is stroganoff – http://www.foodinaminute.co.nz/Recipes/Beef-Stroganoff

  224. Heather Graham

    I love this giveaway!
    Here is my favorite recipe: http://www.lidiasitaly.com/recipes/detail/613
    grahamstory@aol.com

  225. Leslie

    I would love to win your giveaway…and thanks for the bonus of all the great recipes and links in the comments. After cooking for 42 married years it’s always fun to see some new yummy recipes. I won’t leave one as all mine seem too blah… but not for long!

  226. Leslie

    I am a very new follower – thanks to quiltdad!

  227. Well I totally cheated and picked up a rotisserie chicken for supper tonight, so not help in the recipe department! Thanks for an amazing giveaway.

  228. I am an avid follower in Reader.

  229. Very pretty. Thanks!

  230. I’m a blog follower, too.

  231. Tamie

    Well I have been without a kitchen since Easter (remodeling in progress). Right now I am so tired of eating out. We live at the coast and love shrimp sautΓ©ed with a little olive oil, garlic, lemon juice and red pepper flakes. I then toss all of it (juices and all) with some cooked linguine. It’s wonderful and really fast. Thanks for participating with a great giveaway.

  232. bflomama

    What an awesome giveaway! My favorite recipe is: http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/pasta-olive-oil-garlic-crushed-red-pepper-10000001609362/index.html
    But I brown a pound of turkey sausage & then sautΓ© a red pepper with it & add that to the rest. Mmmmm…I could eat it every night! xo

  233. Kim McM

    Nice stuff! I would love to win. Here’s a link to my Pinterest food board, with lots of good recipes: http://pinterest.com/kimmcm/food/ The Sweet and Spicy Bacon chicken looks easy and sounds delish. I haven’t made it yet, though, in the interest of full disclosure. Thanks for the giveaway!

  234. Kelsey

    My favorite recipe I’ve ever found online is this one– http://www.amateurgourmet.com/2008/11/the_best_brocco.html

    Soooo good!

  235. Emily

    Ohh I can’t link on the tablet! (at least that I know of) but if it’s grilled on a bbq I’m loving it!

  236. That’s so cute, I love zakka style and I’ve loved following your blog! Here’s one of my favorite dinner recipes for mini lasagna cups, easy and delicious!:
    http://www.kevinandamanda.com/recipes/dinner/mini-lasagna-cups.html

  237. Hilachas

    What a lovely giveaway. My best recipes are found in our local restaurants as I don’t cook much. Thanks for the opportunity to win your giveaway.

  238. Sandra

    Thank you for this Giveaway. Our family’s favourite dinner is steamboat- a pot of soup over fire (can be gas or charcoal) and we throw in meat, fish, vegetables, tofu to be cooked in the soup. then we will fish out the items, dip in sauce (soy sauce, chilli sauce) and into our mouths LOL. Hope you can come up with something the family enjoys.

    God Bless
    Sandra in Singapore

  239. I’ve been typing in my recipes at the Pioneer Woman site.
    http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/members/tb0969/recipe-box/

  240. marci

    what a super giveaway!
    i love the dessert recipies in joyofbaking.com ! the videos are great and recepies are always a hiT!

  241. marci

    im a new follower!

  242. We love to make Russian Salads in Summer. Boiled potatoes, real whole egg mayo and steamed vegies, add a roast chicken and you can eat it hot or cold.

    xo Steph

  243. Paula

    I am a follower.

  244. auntiethesis

    I’m not much of a cook but I did find a great cauliflower/cheese/potato soup recipe
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/cauliflower-cheese-soup/
    I served it with salad and crusty bread and butter.
    shel704 at aol dot com

  245. auntiethesis

    I’m a follower
    shel704 at aol dot com

  246. Diana

    What a generous giveaway! Thank you so much!

  247. wendy ang

    You can try kuali.com a website with many Malaysian dishes.
    anghhong(at)yahoo(dot)com

  248. getcrafty

    Count me in please πŸ˜€

  249. buntyw

    Great giveaway!
    Lots of good recipes over at theenglishkitchen.blogspot.com

  250. buntyw

    I’m already a follower!

  251. Fran

    I’m not much of a cook, so I can’t help in the recipe area. I’ve been really inspired by your Zakka Style sew along. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  252. Fran

    I’m a happy follower, thanks.

  253. Eva

    What a gorgeous giveaway! I won’t even try to link you to a recipe…I hate cooking LOL! Luckily my partner picks up the slack !

  254. Hueisei

    I love to win this lovely giveaway! Thanks for the chance πŸ™‚

  255. Hueisei

    I’m a follower

  256. cliodana

    wow beautiful thank’s for the chance to win

  257. Teresa

    super useful!
    my favorite soup is roasted tomato soup with a broiled cheddar cover: http://smittenkitchen.com/2011/09/roasted-tomato-soup-with-broiled-cheddar/ absolutely worth it

  258. We discovered it’s super easy to make a sorta knock-off pad thai: we sautee some fresh garlic, onion, bell pepper, carrot, and celery, then add some fish sauce, soy sauce, lime juice and rice wine vinegar (all were available for reasonable prices at the grocery store), and sprinkle in some black pepper, ginger, and a fair amount of basil. When that is as cooked as we want it, we add in some shredded chicken (I usually bake it, with just a hint of lime, basil, garlic powder, black pepper, and ginger sprinkled on top) just so it can get coated in the sauce. I also chop up a handful of roasted unsalted peanuts fairly fine (while the other stuff is sauteeing) and toss those in at the end. You could add bean sprouts too if you wanted(they are in cans in the Asian food aisle), and if it seems too thin, you can add a teaspoon or two of cornstarch. Anyway, it’s pretty forgiving and easy to adapt-we seriously don’t measure anything. My husband tops his off with Sriracha hot sauce, also from the grocery store! Anyway, nothing about this “recipe” is hard-just a matter of knowing what to combine, and we sure like it!

  259. sewlindaann

    Not good with the dinner ideas. Lately it’s been frozen meals from Trader Joes (Love the Orange Chicken and Tofu/Eamame nuggets and Bird Nests). My son is on a meatball sub kick, so I’m going to make a batch. Otherwise he’s all about mac and cheese.

  260. sewlindaann

    I’m subscribed to your blog in Google Reader.

  261. Wilai Charpentier

    follow on FB

    wcharp6739(At)att(dot)net

  262. Wilai Charpentier

    I do also in need for the dinner ideas (all every meals to get my twins to eat). Taco mix from trader joe (if you have one in area) follow the package, I think they make a very good and interesting taco than from other dry mix found in grocery stores.
    wcharp6739(At)att(dot)net

  263. This is great for summer: Can of black eyes beans, can of shopeye corn (drain and rinse both), two bell peppers, two tomatoes, couple of spring onions. Cut into small pieces and mix together. Add italian dressing, salt and pepper to tase. Sometimes I add a little vinegar if the dressing does not have enough kick in it. Makes for a great sals to put in wraps or with chips or in salads. joonatan15 at yahoodotcom

  264. sarah

    To busy sewing and entering giveaways to cook

  265. Love your blog, I’m a new follower as well. πŸ™‚

  266. What an excellent prize.
    One of my favorite dinners:
    http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/sweet-and-spicy-peanut-fondue-10000000394916/
    it gets the kids to eat their veggies, and the leftover is awesome over pasta.

  267. Love it! I don’t have a link to one of my easiest and healthy dinner choices but it’s super simple. Dump salsa on uncooked chicken tenders add some sort of cheese on top of each one, pop in the oven. I never remember at what temp or how long but I think it’s around 400 and I just periodically check the chicken. Makes great taco leftovers!

  268. I’ve also been a follower for awhile!

  269. Gillian

    http://savorysweetlife.com/2009/05/chicken-satay-and-coconut-peanut-sauce/

    Absolutely my most favorite dish ever! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  270. Lindsay

    One of my favorite places to find recipes is http://www.annies-eats.com. I’ve tried a lot of her recipes and they’ve all turned our great.

  271. Amanda K

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  272. Jennyroo

    Oh my, you seriously have to try this recipe! It’s so delicious. We use it when we have leftover pasta and sauce in the fridge, and have made it fancy with bocconcini and proscuitto, or plain and simple with chopped up deli ham and grated mozzarella and it is delicious either way! My picky eater kids even like it!!!
    http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.ca/2011/06/spaghetti-nests.html

  273. Jennyroo

    And I am a follower!!!

  274. ashley

    Thank you for the giveaway! My favorite easy dinner does not need a recipe- just make some pizza dough and top it with tuna, corn and mozarella cheese. Yummy and different!

  275. Danijela

    Love this ,so lovely giveaway.For recipe check Attic 24,beside crochet which is my passion she have lovely recipes too.

  276. What a sweet giveaway. My son found this recipe and we love it!!

    http://blogchef.net/sesame-chicken-recipe/

    It is so much like the honey chicken at Pei-Wei. Enjoy all of your new found recipes.

  277. Oh dear, terrible question for a non-cook like me. Toast??

  278. this is such a cute giveaway! thanks for the chance to enter

  279. I am a follower of your blog via rss feed

  280. Marcia R.

    My youngest child left for college this year, so I’ve quit cooking. My favorite dinner: Honey-nut Cheerios with skim milk. πŸ™‚ Great giveaway!

  281. Marcia R.

    I’m a new follower!

  282. Anita

    Love your sewing kit! Thanks for the giveaway πŸ™‚

  283. Anita

    I’m a new follower, looking forward to reading your blog πŸ™‚

  284. Wow! Great giveaway..here is something my husband loves..

    http://www.food.com/recipe/1-2-3-4-tater-tot-casserole-103811

    I have been known to make changes such as adding mushrooms and fresh corn cut off of the cob. I have also used golden mushroom soup vs cream of mushroom soup. I have replaced the cheddar cheese with Pepper Jack.

  285. I also follow on Google Reader

  286. At the moment I really like pasta with salmon.

  287. KT

    I’m not very excited about cooking–glad it’s summer and I can leave the grilling to my husband! Thanks for the chance to win!

  288. Bethany

    I have a chicken recipe that is super easy and good. Marinate the chicken in Italian dressing, couple hours overnight it doesn’t matter. Then take out of the dressing and put in baking dish put pepper jack cheese on top and bake 350 for 45-50 minutes. flavorful and simple.

  289. Jackie

    I need some new recipes too, if you find any good ones let us know!

  290. Thanks for the giveaway!

  291. Melanie T

    Love this! Check out Pioneerwoman.com. She is great!

  292. I need dinner ideas too! It’s the never ending task to menu plan! This isn’t really a dinner recipe necessarily, but a great food blog is The Brown Eyed Baker. The recipe for homemade snicker bars is amaaaazing, and the granola bar recipe I make about every other week for the kids. Easy peasy!

  293. liz hietkamp

    recipes!! my husband cooks…i quilt…

  294. Maria do Carmo Pezzuto

    Sou sua seguidora e estou feliz com por isso.Infelismente eu nΓ£o posso te ajudar com o jantar.Obrigada.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

  295. Kate F.

    These spinach lasagna rolls won’t disappoint! http://www.skinnytaste.com/2010/02/spinach-lasagna-rolls.html
    Thanks for the generous giveaway! akmajor(at)gmail(dot)com

  296. Great giveaway! I love your Zakka-along!

  297. I follow your blog with my reader on my iPad.

  298. What a lovely giveaway πŸ™‚

  299. Thank you for a chance to win. πŸ™‚ The zakka sewing kit is so adorable.
    Sorry I do not have any menu link to share 😦

  300. I’m your new follower via wordpress and GFC πŸ™‚

  301. radiya

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  302. Sara

    Hmm, I’m not much for recipes; I generally cook really simply, from whole ingredients without a lot of steps or spices. One of my favorite things to do is take a can of salmon (the best is Red Alaskan, the Deming’s brand), and mix it up in a bowl with 3/4 of a sleeve of crackers, a free-range egg, about a tablespoon or so of flour, some of the salmon juice/water stuff, and a diced onion (plus whatever else you want; dill, rosemary, whatever). Then make it into patties and fry them in canola oil. Tasty.

  303. Love it! Thanks so much!!!

  304. amy

    What a lovely prize to win! I highly recommend borrowing Heidi Swanson’s Simple Natural Everyday Cookbook from the library; or check out her blog “101 Cookbooks” – she’s the source of most of my favorite recipes these days.

  305. BreannaS

    My favorite recipes come from http://www.thepioneerwoman.com

  306. BreannaS

    I am a follower

  307. scrapperdeb

    That looks like a cute little pouch full of goodies!

  308. What a nice giveaway! I’m curious about this zakka thing I keep seeing mentioned (but never seem to see defined). I’ve got the book in my wishlist, but can’t justify buying it right now. One day, one day.

    Anyway, favourite recipe… I can’t think of anything right now. I’ve got lots of favourites, but my dinner tonight was a miserable failure and all I can think of right now is how disappointing it was.

  309. Sydnie

    Oh, so cute!! Love it. (Following you now on Google Reader!)

    One of my favorite things (not that I’m must of a cook at all) is to throw a pork roast in the crock pot with a can of soda… Coke, Diet Coke, Root Beer, whatever. Cook it all day, then shred it. Throw it in a saucepan with some BBQ sauce, or saute some of it with some diced roasted chilies & spices to make carnitas.

  310. Christie

    Thanks this looks really amazing! Can’t wait to try some of yoru favorite flowerhead pins

  311. I love a char grilled veg & chicken salad with fresh basil & fetta. Basically BBQ or roast some veg – zucchini, eggplant, onion, tomatoe, peppers etc that have been tossed in olive oil, poach your chicken breasts, when cooked combine it all with some balsamic vinegar and crushed garlic, crumbled fetta and torn basil leaves.

  312. I have been following for a while!

  313. Emily C

    Grilled chicken with mashed potatoes and peas. you can put bbq sauce, sweat and sour, whatever you like on the chicken.

  314. Sarah

    http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2007/06/the_best_chocol/ maybe not a good dinner but definitely a good recipe. Thanks for the chance to win!

  315. Judith

    I love Simply Recipes! (simplyrecipes.com) They’re almost always easy and always delicious. I don’t think I’ve made a single recipe that I didn’t like.

  316. MC

    Very cute pack, thanks for the chance! I am currently drooling over http://www.laraferroni.com/2010/09/16/baked-chocolate-doughnuts/

  317. Okonomiyaki is a quick and easy favorite recipe here,

  318. I love to cook and my daughter has a cooking blog http://blog.beccacooks.com that has tons of stuff on it I love to make

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

  319. Elle

    I don’t have a link to a recipe or anything, but you should try my Mum’s Satay Burgers – marinate chicken in peanut satay sauce overnight, then grill or BBQ, then put on fresh buns with avocado, rocket and cucumber. So simple, fresh and summery! Thanks for the chance to win πŸ™‚

  320. OOoooh. We made these using grape juice instead of wine (allergies!) and they are WONDERFUL and have become an instant family favorite! we have them probably once a month!

    http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2012/02/pork-chops-with-garlic-and-wine/

  321. Stacy Kemper Alfano

    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  322. Stacy Kemper Alfano

    Following your blog!

  323. and i’m a follower via email!

  324. iluvmybugs

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

  325. iluvmybugs

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

  326. Kaitlin M

    The sewing kit is so pretty

  327. Kaitlin M

    I now follow your blog

  328. Pamela Dungar

    I love the giveaway, as for dinner anything Ina Garten makes is good. My go to is chicken fillet marinated in half and half mayo and tomato ketchup fdor at least 2 hour then oven bake for around 30 minutes, depends on the size, serve with baked potato and broccoli or salad. Leftover slice into chilli mayo and into a flat bread with chopped salad.

  329. Sarah N

    Lovely giveaway πŸ™‚ I don’t really follow recipes, once I get a favourite dish if I go back to the recipe I find I have actually changed about half of it and it probably tastes nothing like it should do anymore!

  330. I’m following by email. Mmm, one of my favorites as a kid was mΓΌesli. You make oatmeal (about 6 servings worth of plain), cool it, and mix it with a big container of yogurt, your favorite fresh fruit and maybe raisins and nuts if you like them. A little garlic bread toast is good with it.

  331. I have a short, weird sounding, recipe for chicken. You take a casserole type dish and put your chicken in it until the bottom is covered and cover the chicken with equal parts ketchup and milk. Not submerge them, but there should be enough of the mixture to cover the bottom of the dish and coat the chicken. It turns into this tender barbeque tasting good stuff.

  332. This is gorgeous! I don’t have a link to my favourite recipe, but I love roast pumpkin and quinoa salad, which is a recipe I got while doing the 12wbt – you cook the roast pumpkin with a little cracked pepper, boil the quinoa in vegetable stock and then add them together with some baby spinach leaves – top with a dressing made of balsamic vinegar and lemon juice – absolute yum! (and very good for you too!)

  333. I’m now following your blog too πŸ™‚

  334. Beth

    I follow you by email (my favorite way)

  335. Beth

    I get most of my dinner ideas from Sparkpeople – they have good ideas.

  336. Heather Braun

    Thank you! I love Turkey Black Bean Chili!
    Cook ground turkey until no longer pink
    add 1/2 c. chopped onion, 1/2 tbsp Cumin, salt, 1 tbsp Chili powder cook 2 mins
    Add 1 can of Chicken broth and 2 cans of Rotel (we recently started using the chili fixin ones) cook 2 mins
    Add 1 can dark red kidney beans, 1 can black beans, 1 can hominey (original recipe calls for corn)
    Bring to a boil, reduce heat cook for 10 mins.
    Serve w cheese and sour cream if you like.

    Quick and easy!

  337. kari

    Marinate some fresh shrimp in margarita mix. dust with taco seasoning before putting on the grill. you now have the makings for shrimp tacos. We usually have diced tomatoes from the garden, lettuce, salsa and homemade guacamole. With these we leave the cheese off – not so good with shrimp. The sugar in the margarita mix caramelizes on the shrimp and its perfect. Enjoy

    kari dot stewart at me dot com

  338. Mhairi

    I love this recipe. Make a double batch and freeze. They can be eaten cold, hot, plain with any sauce you like and I always add extra herbs to mine.
    http://womansday.ninemsn.com.au/food/readersrecipes/994131/vegetarian-sausage-puffs
    Google and Wikipedia will help to sort out the ingredients that are region specific.

  339. Cute! I’m going to have to check out some of these recipes too – we’re in a pretty sad dinner slump! It seems like we always have the same thing week after week.

  340. I’m a new follower.

  341. Rosey

    That is THE most gorgeous sewing kit, I love it!
    Hmm, recipes, how about this sweet potato salad http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2010/06/recipe-for-grilled-sweet-potato-salad.html
    I always take it to family bbqs, it goes with anything.

  342. Oh my gosh, I love this so much!!!!
    Hmmm, recipes… During the summer we just grill everything! In the winter one of my favorites is enchiladas, I don’t use a recipe but I’ll be happy to email you if you are interested. πŸ™‚

  343. I’m a happy follower!

  344. jenniferladd

    I don’t cook … at all! So you definitely don’t want a recipe from me! Super cute giveaway, though!

    Jennifer
    jennifereladd at yahoo dot com

  345. Alton Brown’s meatloaf (food network). Always a hit!

  346. Heidi C

    Love this, so cute!
    Here’s one of my go to recipes, especially in summer: Fiery Fish Tacos
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/fiery-fish-tacos-with-crunchy-corn-salsa/detail.aspx

  347. this is a great giveaway

  348. Joyce Carter

    This is a fabulous giveaway. Thank you for the chance to win.

  349. lydia

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  350. Tabitha

    I would love to win that little pack! I don’t know what to do for dinner either! We’re doing baked potatoes tonight…kinda boring!

  351. what a sweet giveaway. i always have a hard time coming up with meals too, and we are veg! i do like bisquicks easy pies (crustless quiche) with a salad

  352. I’m out of dinner ideas too, it seems like we just ate everything I can think of!

  353. Nancy

    Cute giveaway..thanks for the chance

  354. Nancy

    I am a follower!

  355. Nice giveaway, I too need dinner ideas

  356. Ramona

    I hate to cook so I am really no help. I like to keep it very simple. However I love your darling goodie kit. Thanks for the chance to win.

  357. Jacklynn Grimm

    I have the Zakka Style book but have yet to make anything from it – I would love to win this one! As for dinner, my husband is the cook. Sorry I can’t help you there!

  358. Christine Mak

    For a quick yummy dinner I use pilsbury crescent rolls and I roll them up with swiss cheese, ham slices and crushed pineapple and cook according to crescent roll directions. I use the liquid from the pineapple plus a TBSP or two of brown seeded mustard and a couple tablespoons of the crushed pineapple then I heat it in a sauce pot til warm and bubbly . I serve it with the cooked crescent rolls as a dip for them πŸ™‚

  359. Lisa Conant

    Heat and the shred of Tyson cooked pork and au jus (meat dept) in a bowl, add a can of seasoned black beans (undrained) and 2 tablespoons of Goya sofrito ( Spanish tomato sauce, found in the Spanish foods section of the store…affordable) and mix them all together. Serve over cooked egg noodles. Delicious Cuban dinner in 15 minutes for less than $10!!

  360. Wish I could give you some recipe, but my boyfriend is the cook in our house and so I don’t have much to offer. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  361. Hi Lindsay, thanks for the lovely giveaway. As today is Friday, my favourite Friday recipe is home made pizza – flat bread, a combination of tomato and BBQ sauce, mozzarella and thin shaved salami – yum! Sorry I don’t have a link to share.

  362. Kathy

    Search youtube for Jacques Pepin’s Fast Food My Way series. I love him and his recipes!

    winterwrens at gmail dot com

  363. Yummy giveaway!! My favorite quickie recipe is for the slow cooker–throw in some chicken (I use frozen tenderloins–enough for your family), a jar of salsa, a can of corn and a can of black beans. Turn that baby on low and let it cook all day. Then cook a pot or rice, top it with cheese and sour cream and you are all set!!

  364. Anne S

    I’ve been making a ton of recipes from skinnytaste.com and they are all awesome! Thanks for the chance to win!

  365. chibidani

    If I need a recipe, I head over astray.com. There are so many listed there, you can get lost for hours.

  366. I haven’t tried anything new or fancy later… thanks for the giveaway though!

  367. Not exactly a meal, but this homemade from scratch queso is ridiculously great: http://homesicktexan.blogspot.com/2008/04/more-natural-chile-con-queso.html

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail.com

  368. blazeandcrochet

    Here is a link to my recipe for ham in a crock pot. It is omg amazing. You should try it for sure. Thank you for the chance to win. http://www.blazeinonlifeonawannabefarm.com/2012/05/my-easter-ham-in-crockpot-recipe.html

  369. Marie

    What a darling sewing kit! I am trying to learn how to sew (again) as I have a baby coming in the Fall and I’d love to try to make some things for him. πŸ™‚

  370. You can find great recipes on The Pioneer Woman’s website and her Tasty Kitchen one, too. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway! πŸ™‚

  371. I love rosemary and lemon chicken with red potatoes and button mushrooms. πŸ™‚

  372. Once the weather starts warming up, we like to have marinated chicken and tofu salad for summertime dinners. Give it a try! I wrote up the recipe on my blog here: http://craftytokyomama.wordpress.com/2009/06/22/marinated-chicken-and-tofu/

  373. Tanya

    Thanks for the chance to win. I like to BBQ in summer so house isn’t heated up. Marinate chicken and cut up greenpepers, onions, and pineapple and do kabobs on grill.

  374. Kim Ratajczyk

    Sheperd’s pie. any recipe will do.

  375. Jodi R

    I don’t really have a favourite online recipe that I can think of but maybe you could try Chicken Schnitzel wraps with Avocado, sour cream and sweet chilli sauce. Simple and can be varied to your taste with extra salad or cheese. Very yummy though.

  376. http://fligamapoof.blogspot.com/2011/11/whole-grain-bread-and-rolls-try-ityoull.html this is a whole wheat bread/roll recipe, so not dinner, but a dinner go-along and you can make it a roll up sort of thing with cheese and pepperoni/salami/ham inside similar to a cinnamon roll or bread.

  377. That’s such a lovely giveaway! I don’t often use recipes; my go to dinner for summer is to steam vegetables and serve them with quinoa or couscous, dressed with lemon juice and fresh mint!

  378. Such a beautiful package and full of things I can’t get locally – I’d love to try out the cosmo floss and aurifil! At the moment, we make lots of ‘nuggets’ – the kids will eat anything that’s been breaded and plan-fried – veal, chicken, fish, etc.

  379. Binks

    HAHAha, you think I can cook… I do have 1 tip thats amazing. If you add silken tofu to your ground meat (for patties or meat loaf), it makes everything so much moister. And you don’t need to add the egg

  380. Leo

    One of my favourites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linsen_mit_Sp%C3%A4tzle you will have to search for an English recipe .. or ask me again in a few days …

  381. elflyn

    Wow cute giveaway – thank you.
    I usually reach for pasta when I’m looking for dinner ideas, pretty boring I know.

  382. great giveaway! thanks for the chance to win πŸ™‚

  383. and i follow your blog.

  384. Wendy Rodger

    My favourite recipe is shepherd’s pie [minced lamb topped with mashed potato]

  385. Dina Newton-Edwards

    I’m afraid I don’t cook – I buy ready-cooked stuff

  386. I just tried this and my one year old scarfed it down. It is therefor my new favorite. Ha ha. πŸ™‚
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/eggplant-parmesan-ii/

  387. Ana

    So cute! Thanks for the opportunity!

  388. Margaret R

    My favorite recipe that is my go-to when I am stuck for something is Macaroni and Tomatoes. You just cook your macaroni and then add one large can of tomatoe juice about half a cup of sugar some salt and pepper and half a stick of buter. Cook until heated through. My family loves it.

  389. Margaret R

    I am a new follower.

  390. Chrissy

    Thanks for participating in the giveaway! I love the Zakka style book and everything inside! My husband does all the cooking, but I must say, I love breakfast for dinner! (Just an idea, I’d feel remiss if I didn’t at least address your comment request!) Thanks again, and Happy Friday!

  391. Ann

    I need a sewing kit! Dinner – we eat a lot of bean and rice burritos. Quick and kids can customize with cheese, lettuce, salsa, etc…

  392. DebbieKL

    Very cute! I’m thinking of making portobello burgers tonight – simple just put in foil with gills up and throw on the grill! When they’re nice and juicy they’re all done! Thanks for the giveaway!

  393. scrapgirl1467

    I like you , so I am not going to leave you a recipe, because I am the world’s WORST cook. I buy those rottiessere chickens from the grocery store and call it dinner. . . LOL!!

    I would love to win this prize and I thank you for offering it.

    My contact info is: scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com

    Hope you have a great day,
    Maureen

  394. scrapgirl1467

    I follow you via Twitter as @Beingillisapill. Thank you for the additional entry.

    My contact info is: scrapgirl1467 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  395. Gwen Windham

    Wonderful giveaway prize!!! My fingers are crossed! I don’t really have a link, but one of our favorite quick and easy dinners is just good old Tater Tot Casserole– I make mine with cheddar cheese and mushroom soup. I made it for a family reunion last year and everyone was raving about it— wanting the recipe. I thought everyone knew about it– it used to be very common, but I guess that was quite a few years ago.. πŸ™‚

  396. I love tomato salad- chopped plum and cherry tomatoes, roasted chunks of chorizo, olive oil, a pinch of salt, and a handful of chopped herbs. Serve with crusty white bread and butter,a dn you’re done!

  397. Recently, I’ve been making miso whatever-local-fish-I-can-get-my-hands-on. It’s suuuuper easy (as long as you can get miso where you live) and fast! I don’t have a link for it, but it’s super short so I’ll write it out:

    4 slices butterfish
    2/3 c miso (I mix white and red)
    1 T grated ginger
    3 T sugar
    1 T sake

    Instructions: Mix all ingredients and marinate the fish overnight. The next day, wipe off the marinade and fry or broil the fish for around 5 minutes a side.

    I hope you try it out — it’s yummy! Thanks for the chance to win! πŸ™‚

  398. Karen

    I a m a new follower on Google Reader. πŸ™‚

  399. cnuland

    Our latest favorite is scalloped potatoes and ham. My husband usually makes it and near as I can tell, the “recipe” he uses is a combination of these two: http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Scalloped-Potatoes-with-Ham and http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2012/04/scalloped-potatoes-and-ham/ . I’ve combined them into one recipe. If you like, contact me and I’ll send what I’ve got. Oh – and leftovers? There never are any.

  400. @pril

    I don’t have any dinner ideas right now, sorry but do read your blog

  401. Diann Cornell

    Here’s a simple recipe. Cut a green (or red) pepper into strips. Cut an onion or two into thick slices. Slice a package kielbasa or similar sausage into disks about 1/4 inch thick. Put it all in a pot and cover with plain tomato sauce. Cook until the vegetables wilt. (the sausage is already cooked when you buy it so you only need to heat it up. Either serve on hoagie rolls or over flat noodles. You might want to use more tomato sauce if over noodles. Serve grated parmesan cheese on the side.

    This takes only about 20 minutes all together. It also works with the low fat sausage or kielbasa if you are concerned about fat or calories.

  402. Libby

    I am on an iPad at the hospital with my son so I don’t have all my normal links, but there is a honey crockpot chicken on pinterest that is delicious !!

  403. jessicac

    Check out Joy the Baker, or Smitten Kitchen. Great recipes, and great blogs for food!

  404. Jennifer

    Hi, I don’t have any great dinner recipes that I can think of right now, but here’s a cake: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Wacky-Chocolate-Cake-106041

    easy, and tasty!
    Thanks for the chance, have a good weekend!

  405. ambjer

    cute giveaway! thanks for the chance to win!

    ambjer (at) gmail.com

  406. ambjer

    i’m also a new follower

    ambjer (at) gmail.com

  407. Elesha

    Cute prizes πŸ˜€

  408. joyce mosby

    I am a new follower

  409. joyce mosby

    I love the giveaway.

  410. Charity Reesor

    Sew exciting! Love this little sewing kit!!!! Well what’s a recipe if it isn’t an original. I just perfected my chicken salad and it’s a great easy dinner. In the food processor, cooked chicken and a generous amount of fresh dill remove and add about a tablespoon of lemon juice, mayo to desired consistency, and sliced almonds (the flavored ones if your feeling fancy) ENJOY πŸ˜‰

  411. Charity Reesor

    And I am already an LRStitched stalker! So exciting to double my chances πŸ˜‰

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