Thursday, January 5, 2012

Better Brownies & Lemonade Chicken {Gooseberry Patch Rush Hour Recipes}

It's that time again for another tasty Early Bird Review from my friends at Gooseberry Patch. This months cookbook review is for "Rush Hour Recipes". This cookbook is for moms on the go and for cooks that don't have a whole lot of time to get dinner on the table. Rush Hour Recipes has over 230 budget- friendly meals your entire family will love.

I'm a busy mom just like you so this cookbook was made for moms like us. Whether you're a working mom, stay at home, or just someone who's always on the go. We all struggle with the same thing, getting a quick tasty meal on the table. Sometimes the same old rotation meals can get a bit boring.

Most of the dishes in Rush Hour recipes can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. Plus they don't use any fancy schmancy ingredients. Just familiar pantry staples that everyone has on hand. Dinner time just got so much easier my friends.

My first recipe to test was for Lemonade Chicken on page 90. This recipe comes from Kathy Werner of Minneola, FL. Kathy says that everyone loves this chicken dish. Her girls are all grown up now, but this was one of the first recipes she gave them.

This chicken dish is sweet and tangy all rolled into one. It gets it's lemon flavor from lemonade concentrate and it's sweetness from brown sugar and ketchup. We really enjoyed this dish. Next time I want to cut my chicken pieces smaller so it is more like the lemon chicken you find in Chinese restaurants.

The next recipe of choice was a dessert of course. I was intrigued by the Better than Brownies from page 215. Goodness how can you go wrong with a chocolate cake mix, cook and serve chocolate pudding,chocolate chips and nuts!!! That is a deadly combination my friends.

When the brownies were all cooked up it was more like a brownie cake to me. Moist and delicious the chocolate chips and nuts really took this dessert over the top. My family polished off these chocolaty brownies in 2 days.


Rush Hour Recipes has 6 delicious chapters to choose from. Slow Cookers and Make a Meal Sides was my absolute two favorite chapters. I have so many pages bookmarked for future use. Here is a sample of a few that I have saved.

Mexican Manicotti
Spanish Rice & Beef
Chicken on a Stick
Easy Peasy Pork Chops
Swedish Meatballs
Sausage Bean Gumbo
Dinner Theater Dessert & More

I don't want to forget to mention all the beautiful quotes and tips each recipe page has. I think that is what makes all the Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks so special. There's always a new tip or trick that I learn from every cookbook.


Still not sure about Rush Hour Recipes? Click on the video above and take a virtual tour of GP latest cookbook with Vickie and Jo Ann. The deep dish skillet pizza featured in the video looks really good and so easy to make. The Better Than Brownie recipe is also mentioned in the video. I guess it was a favorite of theirs too.

This Giveaway Has Ended. Congrats to Stacey Henning.

I wanted to let everyone know that Gooseberry Patch has been kind enough to send me an additional copy to share with one of my readers. Thank you Gooseberry Patch! If you can't wait to get your hands on a copy of Rush Hour Recipes you don't have to.

Right now you can order a copy from Amazon Books for $10.71. Which just so happens to be an awesome price. Would you like to get your hands on a free copy of this fabulous cookbook? Well you can! Just follow the rules below to find out how you can win a copy of Rush Hour Recipes.



How To Enter The Giveaway:
Just leave a comment on this post answering this question. What is your biggest dilemma when it comes to dinner time? (mandatory entry) For me it's trying not to make the same old dishes. I always have my favorite rotation meals, but they can get old.

Additional Entries:
You can do any or all of the following for extra entries. Please leave a separate comment for each one.

1. Become a Fan of Gooseberry Patch on Face book. When you have done that, return to this post and leave a separate comment letting me know that you are a fan.
2. Join Gooseberry Patch "Circle of Friends" so you can stay Gooseberry Patch updated.
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4. Mention this giveaway on your face book page. Come back and leave a comment telling me so.
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Last day to enter this giveaway will be at Midnight on January 16Th, 2011 (CST). I will pick a random winner using random.org and announce the winner on this blog, face book and twitter. Good Luck everyone. Contest open to U.S & Canadian Residents only due to shipping charges. Winner had 48 hours to reply to claim their prize or a new winner will be chosen.

If you leave an anonymous comment please include your email address in your comment. That way I can contact you in the event that you're the winner. Believe me when I tell you an anonymous reader almost always wins but never actually gets chosen for lack of leaving contact information.




Disclosure: Gooseberry Patch provided me with a copy of " Rush Hour Recipes" for the purpose of this review. They also provided me with an additional copy to use in a reader giveaway. With that being said the opinions & comments stated above are entirely my own. I would like to thank Gooseberry Patch for choosing Mommy's Kitchen as a "Early Bird Reviewer" .


Lemonade Chicken

8 - 10 chicken tenderloins
1/2 - cup all purpose flour
1 - teaspoon salt
1 to 2 - tablespoons oil
6 - oz frozen lemonade concentrate
3 - tablespoons brown sugar
3 - tablespoons ketchup
1 - teaspoon apple cider vinegar
2 - tablespoons cornstarch
1/4 - cup cold water

Dredge chicken in flour mixed with salt. In a skillet over medium heat , cook chicken in oil until golden brown; drain. Transfer chicken to a slow cooker. mix lemonade, brown sugar, ketchup and vinegar; pour over chicken. I added about 1 tablespoon soy sauce to the mixture.

Cover and cook on low setting for 6-8 hours, or on high for 3-4 hours. Remove chicken to a platter; keep warm. Whisk cornstarch into cold water; add to juices in slow cooker. Cover and cook on high setting to desired sauce consistency, about 15 minutes. Serve chicken with sauce.


Better Than Brownies

1 - 3.4 oz package cook & serve chocolate pudding mix
2 - cups milk
1 - 18.5 oz chocolate cake mix, dry
1 - cup chocolate chips
1 - cup nuts

Prepare dry pudding with milk according to package directions.; Cook until slightly thickened. Remove from heat. Stir in dry cake mix. Spread batter in a greased 13 x 9 baking pan.; sprinkle with chocolate chips and nuts. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Cool; cut into squares. Makes about 2 dozen.


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Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma for dinner is finding new ideas ans cooking for two vegetarians and three regular meals. Thanks for the giveaway :)
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Katie said... #

The biggest dilemma I tend to have when it comes to dinner time is TIME!!! Having a husband who work full time while I also work full time, an hour commute and a 6 month old makes cooking a hassle. I'm always on the lookout for easy fast recipes for the week and more time consuming recipes are left for weekends!

Katie said... #

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Melissa M. said... #

My biggest dilemma is trying to come up with new meals that everyone will like.

Lori said... #

My biggest dilemma is making something that all four family members like all at the same time. My little ones are getting a little older now and are developing their own tastes. Getting harder and harder. :)
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Jani said... #

My biggest dilemma with getting dinner on the table is the fact that I work nights and sleep in the day, and sometimes (more often than not)I forget to plan.

Anonymous said... #

Definitely, trying to come up with new ideas for dinner. It is so easy to get into a rut. I do love Gooseberry books because they are from home cooks and tried and true recipes!
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Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma is cooking the same old thing. I have cookbooks but when checking the recipes I am always missing that one important ingredient. Better planning is probably needed on my part :)
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MommaMary (Mary Cochrane) said... #

Hardest thing is to just decide what to cook, all down hill after that.

MommaMary (Mary Cochrane) said... #

I already liked Gooseberry Patch on facebook.

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I'm in the Gooseberry Patch circle of friends

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I'm already like Mommy's Kitchen on facebook.

Glogirl said... #

My biggest dinner time dilemma is finding new and different recipes to make. I seem to make the "same old, same old"!

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Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma is trying to decide on something quick and easy and enjoyed by all.
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Thank you so much.

MommaMary (Mary Cochrane) said... #

I shared this on my facebook page.

Anonymous said... #

My biggest problem is deciding what to have!!

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CarrascoFam5 said... #

My biggest dilemma is that no matter how organized I am on those busy sports practice days, I still tend to have more prep work than intended. It never fails!

Pip said... #

My biggest dilemma is figuring out what to make when I failed to plan ahead and everything is still frozen.

Pip said... #

I tweeted your contest

Jenna Gayle said... #

My biggest delima is actually finding time to do the cooking! We don't get home until after 6 on the weekdays, and after outside chores are done, it's a rush to put supper on the table!

Robin said... #

My biggest dilemma is coming up with WHAT to make!!! I run out of ideas!

Jill said... #

My biggest dilemma is time. By the time I get off work, pick up kids, go to the gym & finally figure out what we are having for dinner we don't eat until after 8. I am trying to figure out how to come up with a weekly meal plan that will please everyone & be easy on my schedule.

Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma when it comes to cooking dinner is coming up with new ideas and since we live out in the country, if I haven't planned my menus ahead (which seems to be quite often lately), I most likely don't have several of the ingredients I need on hand.

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Kelly D. said... #

My biggest dilemma is making things that are quick and not making the same things over and over. Would love to have this cookbook!!

corie said... #

My biggest dilemna is not forgetting all of the ingredients and making another trip back to the store, or trying to substitute another ingredient. thanks wecacora@yahoo.com

SarahTakesPics said... #

My biggest dilemma for dinner is TIME. As a teacher, Marine wife, and mother of 2 hungry boys, time to make a super yummy meal is hard! :)

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I liked Mommy's Kitchen on FB!

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Anonymous said... #

I always struggle with thinking of something different to try in a limited amount of time. Thanks for the giveaway and thanks for your consideration.
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LizzieJ said... #

Not cooking because I'm bored with the same old thing.

Susie Q said... #

As a single gal, my biggest challenge is finding easy recipes that don't make a TON of food!

Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma is not including a fruit in my dinner menu. And they are so healthy, too! I'm also a fan of mommy's kitchen!

Anonymous said... #

Sharon says: My biggest dilemma is including a fruit in my dinner menu. Thank you for the contest and website. Its great! smnutrition00@hotmail.com

2Bugaboos said... #

My biggest problem is having a well-stocked pantry. I feel like I'm at the grocery store every other day, yet never have what I need!

Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma at dinner time is finding recipes with ingredients that everyone will like.....this book sounds great!!!

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mommyof2sons said... #

I think my biggest dilemma is trying to find new recipes to try so we aren't eating the same things over and over.

Anonymous said... #

My dilemma is finding something my two will eat.

Mandy All said... #

menu planning! I either get sidetracked and don't do it, or I try to do it but I have these goals of making new & exciting dishes every night and I just crash and burn instead.

VickiT said... #

My biggest cooking dilema is coming up with good tasting yet quick to prepare meals. I've always made involved recipes all my life while raising my children but now they are out of the house and because of health problems, I can't stand long at all. Cooking a meal usually means doing it in steps while taking breaks in the preparation and/or my husband having to help once he gets home from work OR him stopping to get unhealthy fast food for our supper if I'm having an especially bad/painful day. I would LOVE a book that gives me great tasting meals that I can do quickly.

VickiT said... #

I have just liked Mommy's Kitchen on Facebook.

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I don't know why I wasn't doing so before, but I am now a follower on Google Friend Connect as well. (I was already following via email subscription so that may be why I never did the GFC before today)

Nichole said... #

My biggest dilemma is variety for supper. I tend to stick to what I know I can make, and even then time can be an issue. (Ha ha ha, but that's another story.) Thanks for introducing me to Gooseberry Patch.

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Valorie Champion said... #

Biggest Dilemma is trying new things that my husband will like. He's a meat and potatoes guy.

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I became a fan of Gooseberry on Facebook.

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I'm a new fan on Facebook

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I posted link to giveaway on Facebook.

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I* am already a fan of Mommy's Kitchen on Fb.

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I'm following via GFC.

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nicole / Twitter: BTHM1 said... #

my biggest dilemna is deciding what to cook- everybody in the house has different tastes and its hard to make a meal in a hurry that makes everyone happy

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Stacey said... #

Having frozen meat because I forgot to pull it out in time :)

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Anonymous said... #

I'd like to enter the drawing for the Gooseberry Cookbook.
I just signed up for your RSS Google Feed.
My cooking problem is not having the time and energy to do a better job..this book could truly help.

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C Wilson said... #

My biggest dilemma is trying to find meals that everyone likes

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Kelly said... #

Right now, my biggest dinner time dilemma is how to get my 2 year old to eat more veggies. She is generally a good eater but I can't get her to like veggies at all..

Joyce Ann said... #

My biggest dilemma in the kitchen is finding meals that my husband is willing to cook. Some nights I have to stay late at the hospital and the cooking is left up to him. Not his favorite thing to do.

Anonymous said... #

need help with new recipes!!! tired of the same old ones.
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chellekay said... #

My biggest dilemma is coming up with new ideas that we will like.

Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma is making everybody in my family happy at mealtimes as two of my children do not like to eat the same foods as the rest of us.

Cali girl said... #

My biggest dilemma is making my whole family happy at mealtimes as we all like different foods

roadqueen said... #

I am a facebook fan of yours. Thanks for the chance to enter.

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StillyBee said... #

Biggest dilemma is getting supper on the table before hubby heads out the door to night shift work. Hense the need for RUSH hour food!! Looks like a good one too

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StillyBee said... #

Already a fan on Facebook

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Shared this giveaway on Facebook too ...

roadqueen said... #

My biggest dilemma with getting dinner on the table is that I'm single & live alone. I also HATE, yes hate to eat out & equally dislike fast-food, but sometimes I lack inspiration for meals, especially during the week after a long day at work...HELP :-)

Sarah V. said... #

My biggest dilemma at dinner time is trying to get a yummy, yet quick dinner on the table. I'm a first time mommy to a sweet 4 month old girl and I just went back to work. Now that my husband and I have energy, we are excited to get back in the kitchen however all our dinners need to be fast since the baby always interrupts!

roadqueen said... #

I'm a fan of Gooseberry Patch on Facebook.

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StillyBee said... #

Follow Gooseberry on Facebook...

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I subscribe to you....

roadqueen said... #

I am also a fan of Mommy's Kitchen on Facebook!

Tammy G. said... #

My biggest dilemma is thinking of "something" to fix that's good and healthy. Love the idea of this cookbook!
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roadqueen said... #

I have joined Gooseberry Patch's Circle of Friends.

Tammy G. said... #

I "like" Mommy's Kitchen on FB.

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I "like" Gooseberry Patch on FB!

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Erin said... #

my biggest dilemma is time. my husband likes to eat super early because he has to be up at 330 am but my kids don't go to be until about 2-3 hours after he does, so finding the time to cook and feed everyone on schedule is difficult

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Served up with Love said... #

My biggest dilema is planning ahead of time especially on the nights we are running. Working full time limits what I can fix on a weeknight. We usually eat the same thing and do get burned out a lot. Would love this cookbook to help me. Thanks Tina

Served up with Love said... #

already a facebook fan of gooseberry patch!

Served up with Love said... #

Already in Gooseberry Patch circle of friends. I really do love Gooseberry Patch!

Served up with Love said... #

Already a fan of Mommy's Kitchen on facebook!

Melissa said... #

my biggest challange in preparing dinner for my family is making something everyone will eat. When I have a 5 year old and a 2 year old and a hubby that is meat and potatoes when I prefer light and veggies, it gets rough and to try not rotate the smae old same old.

I do follow your blog and have liked you on facebook and follow you there as well.

I look forward to trying the lemon chicken recipie - it looks really good.

ChellsenClan said... #

I am a fan on facebook. love their cookbooks.
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Anonymous said... #

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This is my first time to try to enter anything..Hope this is right! I love your site and your recipes are so easy and delicious. I like these books and may start to collect them too. So many wonderful ideas,hints,and just across the coffee table simple.
I am retired now and enjoy cooking these recipes for just 2..ha Have a wonderful day!

Cindy Hartley Hartley25@hotmail.com said... #

My biggest dilemma is figuring out if I have all the ingredients on hand for what I'm craving for dinner.

Cindy H said... #

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Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma is making up my mind what to fix, and making myself do it. The Lemon Chicken sounds really great. I'll have to try it.
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Lesa said... #

My biggest problem is having new quick & easy dinner ideas. I keep on doing the same recipes that I have used too long to even remember. I would love to have this cookbook...I LOVE GOOSEBERRY PATCH Cookbooks ! ! !

Anonymous said... #

These recipes look fantastic and I have all of the ingredients already! Thanks a bunch!!!
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Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma is when my husband comes home on weekends, is trying to have new recipies on hand to give him some variety from eating out all week long.

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QueenBee49444 said... #

My biggest dilemma is creating a new dish every picky eater will enjoy - especially when one person is resistant to trying a new recipe.

Pat said... #

My biggest dilemma when it comes to dinner time is forgetting to take something out of the freezer so it can thaw. I like recipes that can be put together quickly and yet be appealing to the eye as well as taste good.
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Betty said... #

My biggest dilemma is finding something easy to prepare and is delicious that everyone will like. I live with my son and his family and have very little strength and can't stand very long at a time. This is a picky eater family.

Anonymous said... #

What is your biggest dilemma when it comes to dinner time? My biggest dilemma is getting it done and on time.. After getting home and then being inspired with what is in the kitchen... signingquilterjk231@ymail.com

Betty said... #

I am already a big Gooseberry Patch fan!

Betty said... #

I am already a big fan of Mommy's Kitchen!

Betty said... #

I am already a friend of Circle of Friends"

Suzie said... #

My biggest dilemma is trying to make a great meal in a short amount of time. It's late when we eat due to work hours and travel.

Denise said... #

My biggest dilemma is cooking something that my boys will like too.

Denise

Suzy's Seven said... #

My biggest problem is trying to get a meal on the table with 6 hungry kids. As a single mom, I prefer to try quick, and easy recipes that everyone will enjoy.

Anonymous said... #

My biggest dilemma not fixing the same recipes over and over again. Also preparing a delicious meal and in a timely manner. deborah.moore07@gmail.com

Edna Sullivan said... #

I'm a busy "Grammy", and would like to get back to cooking and baking more often; some quick and easy new recipes with limited ingredients would be great!

Anonymous said... #

would love to win! bettydun8716@gmail.com

terrie said... #

my big dilemma isjust to fix something that i havent fixed a hundred times before
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Anonymous said... #

My biggest dinnertime dilemma is getting everyone to eat at the same time.....school hours and work hours. Thanks! Amy
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Anonymous said... #

I am already a fan of Gooseberry Patch and would love to win this new book. Thanks! Amy
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Anonymous said... #

I already "like" your page. Thanks for the give-away. ~~Amy~~
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Laurie T said... #

My biggest dilemma is finding something to cook that both my husband and I will like (he's so fussy - lol).

Micki said... #

My biggest dilema is making dinner when I don't get home from work until AT LEAST 6:30!

Anonymous said... #

I luv Gooseberry patch and mommys kitchen! Thanks for all you do!
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Tina C. said... #

My biggest dilemma is not having enough time to prepare dinners

AJ said... #

Biggest dilemma is coming up with a meal plan!
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ConnieB63 said... #

I always go through my recipe books, but always end up making the same old stuff. Ugh!!

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I'm a FB fan of Gooseberry Patch

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I'm already signed up to Gooseberry Patch's circle of friends

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I liked you on Facebook

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I signed up to follow you through Google

Rachel said... #

Keeping all the ingredients I need around! If I meal plan, things get eaten that I needed for a recipe - if I don't meal plan, well, then I am searching through recipe after recipe trying to come up with something with the ingredients I *do* have! ;)

And also making sure I cook healthy - not something with gobs of cheese every night!

Rachel said... #

I am a fan of Gooseberry Patch on FB.

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I am subscribed to the GBP circle of friends newsletter/emails.

Rachel said... #

I am a fan of Mommy's Kitchen on FB.

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Posted about the giveaway on FB.

Rachel said... #

I am a google follower of your blog. :)

Katie said... #

My biggest dilemma is coming up with ideas of what to cook.

Katie said... #

I am a Gooserberry Patch fan on FB.

Katie said... #

I menitoned this on my FB page.

Katie said... #

I have joined Gooseberry Patch's Circle of Friends.

Kelly said... #

Getting home after 6:30 at night I need FAST but healthy!

Would love 30 minute less!

cookery videos said... #

Looks nice. I think I'll get a copy of this.

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