As I was eating gingerbread-pumpkin pancakes the other morning, I began to wonder… Why is gingerbread a seasonal treat? Although I make gingersnap cookies year-round, I never make gingerbread waffles, gingerbread houses, or gingerbread cake any other time of year except around Christmas time. Why? Is there a rule against making plates of gingerbread goodness year-round?
So today I am giving away a copy of my new favorite book: Gingerbread: Timeless Recipes For Cakes, Cookies, Desserts, Ice Cream & Candy. Amazon has it on sale right now for only $13.18. If you have a gingerbread lover on your Christmas list, I highly recommend it.
Would you like to WIN A COPY of the book Gingerbread?
There are 2 ways you can enter to win.
#1 Leave me a comment on this post telling me what you plan to do with the book if you win.
#2 Leave me a comment on the Onehundreddollarsamonth Facebook page telling me your favorite gingerbread item. Cookies? Houses? Bubble Bath? The Gingerbread man himself?
One lucky reader will be selected at random on Friday, December 2nd and mailed a copy of the book Gingerbread By Jennifer Linder McGlinn
Good Luck. I hope you win!
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