Friday, December 4, 2015

Book Spotlight: Hometown Christmas Cookbook - Gooseberry Patch


Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks are some of my favorite Cookbooks!  They have simple, easy to assemble recipes and are wonderful for Gift Giving!  

Gooseberry Patch has several Christmas Cookbooks including Hometown Christmas. 



More about the book:
Over 200 scrumptious recipes for every holiday occasion. Short on time? Don't worry! There's a whole chapter dedicated to all your slow-cooker holiday favorites...ready in the twinkling of an eye.
Plus, a full chapter dedicated to heartwarming memories of holidays past...perfect paired with a steamy mug of cocoa, a cozy couch and snow falling softly outside!

For more recipes from Gooseberry Patch follow my GooseBerry Patch Pinterest Board!

Do you have any Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks?

Happy Holidays! 


8 comments:

  1. Gooseberry Patch cookbooks are some of my favorites!!! I'm hoping to get a new one for Christmas this year :)

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    1. Jenn, I hope you get a new Gooseberry Patch Cookbook for Christmas! =)

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  2. Hi Melissa. I have several but all older ones. I'd say about 15. Have tried many recipes over the years. I do like them. Kitchen tested! Merry Christmas. Andi

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    1. Thats alot of Gooseberry Patch cookbooks!
      Merry Christmas Andi!

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  3. You can never go wrong with GBP recipes & cookbooks. Love them. Always easy and normally have ingredients on hand. I do have a number of them because I have had recipes published in several, and they always send a free copy when they use your recipe. =) I'll be having #7, #8 & #9 recipes published in GBP cookbooks in January. Tested and tried...their recipes are always winners.

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    1. Marsha, Congratulations on having your recipes published in Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks! =) Thats awesome!

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  4. Gooseberry Patch books are always a reliable gift whether you're giving or receiving.

    Merry Christmas!

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