Monday, November 4, 2013

Gobble Up the Savings & Don't Miss Amanda's New Giveaway!

Gobble up the savings this week, as we continue our holiday sales! With the titles on sale, you are going to be able to stack up the savings. AND - don't miss the fantastic Christmas book collection that Amanda has handpicked for us to give away (entry box later in this blog post). 

Don't miss these savings:

Christmas Unit Study $6
Sailing Ships Unit Study $6 (remember the Mayflower?)
Veteran's Day $4 (Veteran's Day is a week away, November 11th)
Heroes of America $6 (includes Miles Standish)
Passport Germany $5 (includes Martin Luther)

AND if you buy 5 or more studies, you will get $5 off your total purchase if you use the code 1620Pilgrims at checkout!

Amanda's Christmas Book Collection Giveaway:
We are giving away Amanda's handpicked Holiday Book Collection this week. Enter in the signup box below. Here are the titles in the package:

    Jotham's Journey: A Storybook for Advent
        By Arnold Ytreeide

    The Tale of Three Trees
        By Angela Elwell Hunt 
    One Wintry Night
        By Ruth Graham Bell
    The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey
        By Susan Wojciechowski
    Humphrey's First Christmas
        By Carol Heyer


Enter here for a chance to win:

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58 comments:

  1. Pumpkin pie, for sure.

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  2. Not sure about much cooking ... we have twins coming soon! But, if I did, probably pumpkin bread.

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  3. We've been without an oven since June as we're living in a trailer while we build our home. Whatever I am able to make/bake by then will be appreciated and thankful for!

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    1. When my family moved from Utah to Arizona, we only had a camp stove and microwave to cook Thanksgiving dinner with. I still have a cookbook that has a pumpkin pie recipe for the microwave if it would help any. My email address is Familytreeclimber@yahoo.com if you want the recipe. Edwina M

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  4. pecan pie, apple pie

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  5. Probably apple crumb pie, yummy!

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  6. I am making blessing bag mix with my children. :)

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  7. Making turkey shaped cookies for Thanksgiving and peppermint icecream pie & ruglach for Christmas

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  8. Desert is the best part. Lots of pies, cookies, and creative fun things with the kids

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  9. Chocolate pecan pie is my favorite!

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  10. Something gluten-free - just not sure what yet since we're new to the gluten-free restrictions.

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  11. As a South African, we don't celebrate thanksgiving as such but are hugely grateful for many things! Dessert is good on any occassion and my choice would be Chocolate Mousse

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  12. We'll be having pumpkin pie (made with fresh pumpkin), pecan pie, sweet potato pie (old family recipe), upside down cake (another old family recipe), and for Christmas, it'll probably be the same list but add my husband's favorite, sugar plum balls.
    Edwina M

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  13. Pumpkin pie at the request of family!

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  14. Pumpkin bread pudding! and, of course, vanilla ice cream on the side!

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  15. Gluten-free something. Probably pumpkin pie; maybe leaf-shaped brownies.

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  16. Apple Pie at our house :)

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  17. In Australia we will remember Thanksgiving in our studies & bake Brownies with lots of nuts in them & the old Mango Cheesecake!

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  18. Pumpkin Roll :)

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  19. I found it! lol I am sure we will have Pumpkin pie!

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  20. Something gluten free maybe snickerdoodles.

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  21. I like to to something new every year since everyone else in the family does the "traditional" I saw an awesome looking pumpkin bar to try!

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  22. Gluten free pumpkin pie and apple pie!

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  23. We will probably try out a GF pie recipe.

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  25. Since I'll be traveling to my brother's house, I will be making his favorite, pecan pie! :) I'll have to make two, though, because it's my favorite too!

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  26. Apple-cranberry crisp. Delicious!!!

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  27. pumpkin fluff and pumpkin pie cake!!

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  28. definitely something chocolate, probably fudge

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  29. I have to go with something pumpkin. There is a great pumpkin desert, kind of like pumpkin pie but easier.

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  30. My family's favorite chocolate dessert called Quad Pie. It is a yummy four-layer treat featuring homemade, slow-cooked chocolate custard. I make it in honor of my mother every year.

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  31. Kids and husband wants Pumpkin Pie :)

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  32. I'm not sure, with this pregnancy I can't eat a lot of sweets at all so I'm hoping I can eat pumpkin pie and the like but I have no idea. :/ I miss sweets!

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    1. Not sure if this is a diabetic issue or not but take it from a diabetic if this is your issue: Just stay away from the Pecan pie.......Sugar overload. Pumpkin pie may cause issues too.

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  33. I'm not baking... taking the kids to Charleston, SC, for some US History, and then eating at a restaurant. No leftovers, but guess what?? NO DISHES! ;)

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  34. I am Canadian so we have already had our Thanksgiving Dinner. We have many birthdays close to Thanks Giving so as the family was all together we celebrated 3 Birthdays. We had Birthday cake and cupcakes one day and Ice cream cake the next. Not to shabby.

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  35. I will be making Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting and Pecan Pie.

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  36. We will be making homemade peanut butter meltaways and oreo balls! And, this is strange, but I just found Pecan Pie Pringles at the store today, lol, is that a dessert?!

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  37. Pumpkin pie and chocolate pie!

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  38. We'll be making and eating home made pecan and pumpkin pies.
    Martin

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  39. we don't really do dessert on thanksgiving day. instead, we have our friends & family over on either friday or saturday for a dessert extravaganza! there will be pies, cakes, cookies & assorted other treats. i can't wait!

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  40. We get together with family and along with my mom and sister we bake pies - lots of pies - apple, cherry, pumpkin, meat & potato, etc.

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  41. Hmmm. Not sure. Perhaps I'll make some chocolate candy or cookies

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