Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Decembers Giveaway is an Amazon voucher



The season of jolly is here! I am going to do an Amazon giveaway, a £5 voucher. I may try and add another wee additional themed giveaway in the next week or two.


As always, the competition will run until the end of the month. Entries can be gained by filling out the Rafflecopter, the more options you complete, the more entries you have. Please note, the entries are checked upon drawing a winner, any incomplete will be disqualified and another winner chosen, sadly this has happened a few times. No postal address required but the mandatory box will be for the email, this will be kept confidential and deleted after the competition, so I can send your voucher upon the draw ending.

Good luck everyone and as always, thanks for stopping by. Have a great week!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

46 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting this wonderful giveaway, Lainy!! Yes, we will have (some sort of) a traditional dinner on Christmas. :)

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  2. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

    I am not sure about Christmas plans, We actually have a bigger dinner on Christmas Eve. Traditionally folks in my family do an Italian Fish/Seafood dinner. My wife and I tend to like to mix things up however and vary what we do every year.This year we may do a Cajun fish dinner.

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  3. Yes Traditional Christmas Dinner Of Turkey & All The Trimmings xxx

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  4. I'm not sure yet, but definitely will eat some fish. Thanks for the giveaway. Merry Christmas!

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  5. yes we will be having a traditional dinner :)

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  6. Turkey with all the trimmings, love turkey x

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  7. We all love the traditional turkey dinner.

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  8. Yes, we will be having a traditional turkey dinner. Thanks for hosting.

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  9. We always cook turkey for Christmas with roast potatoes and lots of vegetables (English trifle for dessert).
    Ann

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  10. It's summer here for Christmas, so it's all cold drinks, fruit & salads.

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  11. We will be having a silverside beef joint complete with homemade roasties and vegetables!

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  12. Full traditional dinner with all the trimmings!

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  13. This time we won't be hosting but will be guests at our friends house, so this year dinner would be a surprise! x

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  14. The only vegetarian in the family, my brother-in-law will no doubt be experimenting with some dish or other.

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  15. Nope I don't eat meat so I usually have either Quorn and all the rest of the trimmings or I have salmon as I do eat fish. Merry Christmas!

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  16. Ooh yes traditional in our house!

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  17. oh yes i love tradition in our house!! Its what we look forward to in our house the traditional stuff

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  18. Traditional with turkey & all the trimmings.

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  19. We've had salmon! I love fish and so my children :)

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  20. A small sunday lunch as we are working nights over the holidays and go away late as a late christmas treat.

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  21. Yes turkey and all the trimmings yum x

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  22. We had beef, Turkey and pork with all the trimmings

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  23. no - loads of party food from m&s - simple and delicious

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  25. Turkey crown and all the trimmings xx

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  26. Turkey with all the trimmings, lovely x

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  27. We had a traditional Christmas Dinner.

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  28. we couldn't afford a flash dinner so just what we have daily

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  29. We had turkey and gammon. I prefer the gammon though!

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  30. proper traditional dinner with al the trimmings

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  31. We were away at Christmas but had a turkey dinner served - complete with sprouts - yuk!

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  32. We had the full Traditional Christmas Dinner. It was a joint effort - my Mum, my sister & my wife cooked all the food, laid the tables, made the crackers, etc, etc. I made gravy!

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  33. Very traditional except hubby both cooks (for 11 over three generations) and washes up to give everyone else a day off, bless him.

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  34. Turkey dinner with all the trimmings!

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  35. Yes Turkey with all the trimmings!

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  36. We were a traditional dinner here - think there would be an uproar if I served anything else
    Sheila Reeves @CakeReev

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  37. We will be having the traditional turkey

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