Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Win a Copy of Easy Raw Holidays!

As I continue to celebrate my blog's two-year anniversary, I offer the chance for one person to win a copy of Kristen Suzanne's Easy Raw Holidays! November and December are full of holidays to celebrate with family and friends. But let's be honest, it's also about eating too much food. Temptations are everywhere. If you're not prepared, you could eat too much, gain weight, and feel bloated. Come January, you'll promise yourself to hit the gym. Why not learn how to prepare awesome raw food you can eat?

Ginger Snap Ice Cream

German Chocolate Brownies
Harvest Soup
(All photos copyright www.KristensRaw.com)
Kristen Suzanne is an accomplished Raw food chef and former competitive bodybuilder. Through radio, television, books, classes, and her blog, http://kristensraw.blogspot.com/, and email newsletter, Chef Kristen Suzanne helps people live life to the fullest with the healthiest cuisine in the world. Kristen is also loving, encouraging, and awesome.
One lucky person wins a copy of EASY Raw Holidays!!

- If the winner lives in the continental US, that person receives the print version. If the winner lives outside of that area, that person wins the ebook version.
- Leave a comment at the end of this post. Answer the question: “What is your favorite holiday food (raw or not)?"
Leave a workable email address (important)
- Post your comment by 11:59pm EST, Sunday, November 29, 2009.
- I will pick the winner at random. The winner will receive an email from me on Monday, November 30, 2009. I will announce the winner on The Raw Mocha Angel blog on that same day.
- If I don't hear back from the winner in seven days, by 11:59pm December 6, another name will be drawn to win the book.



Randy Allen Bishop said...

Raw apple pie.

l said...

Pecan stuffing, and cacao pudding!

Toni said...

Cornbread stuffing. There's not enough stuffing throughout the year.

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Laquita said...

Yah a giveaway :o)

Mac and cheese is my all time favorite - the cheesier the better :o)


Mrs. Agouda said...

Ice cold CRANBERRY SAUCE!!! Straight out the can -- I know it's terrible!!

bitt said...

Awesome book. i think i need a copy.

my favorite holiday food is stuffing. i recently found a recipe that is just like the real thing! it's in

mikelle said...

totally agree with bitt..i definitely need a copy of this book too!

favorite holiday food is most desserts (does that count?). being the only vegan in my family, dessert has always been a dish that i could share with the gang. i love how chocolate brings a family together :)

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Angelique said...

Stuffing! My strongest memories of Thanksgiving include waking up to the scent of celery and onions sizzling in butter, as my mom prepped the stuffing. Mmm...
I made my first raw stuffing this year (Elaina Love's recipe) and it is pretty yummy. No butter scent, but some things are OK just being a cherished memory. They don't all have to be re-lived. :)


Jacqui said...

Dressing and Cranberry Sauce mixed together.

Kissie said...

Hmmm, this is hard. I love so much and since I'm a new vegan. It's going to be an exciting journey coming up with something I would deem a favorite. So, for now I'll say "Orange & Ginger Cranbrerries".

48lawsNdreams said...

Cornbread stuffing, lemon cake, and sweet potato casseroe

...that's all I had on my plate last night

Iris said...

My favorite holiday food is probably candied sweet potatoes. It was my mom's pies, but since I'm gluten-free now, I don't have a pie crust that I like as much as hers. But you're right; the holidays is also about eating too much, and after the last couple of days, I know my body wants me to go back to healthier eating!

Fruitful Orangements said...

My favorite is sausage and cheese balls.


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