Links: Pumpkin Syrup, Cranberries, and Winners

Looks like we're all set for copies of my book for tonight's talk at Temple!

I spent the end of last week feeling like I was on the verge of getting really sick. In response, I hunkered down, drank buckets of tea, and slept multiple 12 hour stretches. Happily, the worst of the crud never came, but I did fall behind in everything but my Scandal watching. We’re off to Scott’s mom’s house for Thanksgiving on Wednesday morning, so I’m trying to squeeze all my catching up into Monday and Tuesday. It’s probably not going to happen, but I’ll do my best.

Now, links!

Anolon Dutch Oven

anolon DO winner We had two giveaways come to their end last week. First was the Duralex giveaway sponsored by MightyNest that ended last Wednesday. The winner in that giveaway was selected through Rafflecopter and is Brenda McNamee Diggs.

The Anolon giveaway ended on Saturday night and the winner, selected by random.com, is Sarah (commenter #8). Thanks to everyone who took the time to enter! I’ll have  a Thanksgiving week giveaway up tomorrow, so stay tuned!

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12 Responses to Links: Pumpkin Syrup, Cranberries, and Winners

  1. 1
    ColleenB. says:

    Congratulations to Brenda and Sarah on the wins.
    Is your Food In Jars book in stores now? Looks like an Awesome book
    ColleenB.

  2. 2

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours; like the photo of your books, it’s one of my favorites and a well-beloved addition to my kitchen.

  3. 3

    Thanks so much for including my Apple-Pear Butter! I love how simple it is to make. Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. 4
    Amanda says:

    So thankful to be included in your link round-up! Also, hit me up if you ever feel the blahs coming on again. I have an excellent remedy that has saved me many a time.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  5. 5
    Barbara says:

    What a beautiful book! You should be very proud that all your hard work will be around for many generations to discover. Have a wonderful, relaxing Thanksgiving; you deserve it! I am very thankful that there is you, and so many others online who are willing to share their knowledge and expertise and their experiments with us who want to learn more. Thank you for being so willing, and so generous with yourself, and so warm. You are truly appreciated.

  6. 6

    Love seeing the sweet potato biscuits I posted for Thanksgiving here on the wonderful Food in Jars blog! Thank you!

    And what a great list…I am happy to be reminded to make pate de fruit, one of my favorites.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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    Amy says:

    Marisa, this is a fabulous list (Hello, pumpkin syrup! Love the uses for pickle brine, too!), and I’m thrilled that you included my pear-ginger chutney in it! Thank you so much, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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