Thursday, July 24, 2014

Gooseberry Patch Cookbook Spotlight and Review



I have always enjoyed collecting cookbooks, and some of my favorites are
 Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks!
I have a copy of "Backyard Gatherings" from Gooseberry Patch - and it has some great recipes in it including Cheesy Philly Melt, Lemon Rice, 
Melon Salad with Honey Dressing ( just to mention a few!  )

Photo Credit
http://www.gooseberrypatch.com
Gooseberry Patch's website features lots of recipes, tips and of course their wonderful selection of Cookbooks and other great gift ideas!  Their blog features more recipes, Early Bird Reviews, tips, videos and some Recipe Round-Ups!  

You can sign up for their Free Blog emails here ( delivered a few times a week, with recipes, inspiration for Holiday ideas and more )

Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks make wonderful Gifts!  I gave one as a gift recently, and I signed a little note on the inside front page to make it "extra special".  =)

**This is not a compensated post, I just love Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks! 


For more Gooseberry Patch Recipes and Cookbook ideas, visit my 
Gooseberry Patch Pinterest Board

Follow Melissa's board Gooseberry Patch on Pinterest.



Do you have any Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks?


Sharing at these fun parties!

Party on the Porch @ The Shady Porch
Sunday Link-up @ Kansas Women Bloggers
Feature Friday Link Palooza  @ Blissful & Domestic



15 comments:

  1. I have heard of them! Thank you for the recommendation.

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    1. Rosey, I really enjoy Gooseberry Patch's recipes, they are so easy! And they even have a video channel on my Roku device!

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  2. I love Gooseberry Patch! I borrow their holiday books from the library just for the fun of looking through them! Thanks for the info about their blog emails; I signed up! :-)

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    1. Sarah, Thats a great idea! I enjoy going to my library. =)

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  3. Yes, Gooseberry Patch cookbooks are some of the best! :)

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  4. Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks are definitely a favorite! I LOVED them long before I had five of my own recipes in five of their latest cookbooks.*-* Always simple and practical info and ideas, and recipes, of course. Great review! They're so much fun to sit and read.

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    1. Marsha, Congratulations on having 5 of your recipes in recent Gooseberry Patch cookbooks!! =)

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  5. Thank you for visitng my blog from Adirondack Girl. i do collect 1950's cookbooks for my niece - she loves the old recipes for casseroles and canape's.

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  6. Gooseberry Patch Books are my absolute favorite!! I would love to have you link it up to my Feature Friday Link Palooza!

    http://www.blissfulanddomestic.com/search/label/Feature%20Friday%20Linky%20Party

    Danielle @ Blissful & Domestic
    Creating Beautiful on Less
    www.blissfulanddomestic.com

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    1. Thanks for the invite Danielle! =) I'm heading over to link up!

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  7. I like Gooseberry Cookbooks too and they really do make lovely gifts!

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  8. I have never had a Gooseberry book, so thanks for the pointer. Happy Wednesday.

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  9. I love their cookbooks!! This one looks great!

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