Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Havel Giveaway!


Have you tried Havel's Scissors? I use their scissors, after many of m other quilter friends swear by them, and how they stay sharp... So I had to try them out, and now, they are all I use... all I use. My collection of their products is below!


Do you want to WIN a pair from Havels (Below)?  

New 7" Serrated Sewing/Quilting Scissors Are Silky Smooth


Leave a comment here telling me your favorite dish at Thanksgiving time... 

And I will draw THREE WINNERS on the 27th, at 7pm.









Be sure to hit yesterday's Aurifil giveaway too!
Two giveaways in two days! What fun!! WEEEEEEE!

DRAWING IS NOW OVER. Thanks!!

242 comments:

  1. Hmmmmm... I was just thinking today that I need a new pair of scissors and I just started following your blog and look what you post! :D

    My favorite dish was my grandma's cream cheese pie but she never wrote down the recipe so no one knows how to make it anymore. :(

    Now my favorite is crockpot garlic mashed potatoes. I need to make sure I get the recipe from my aunt who makes them!!

    Thanks for a chance to win new scissors!

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  2. Stuffing for sure! Thanks for the chance!

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  3. Being in Australia we don't celebrate Thanksgiving, but if we did then my favourite dish would be the Turkey, I saw a fantastic recipe for a brined Turkey that I would love to try someday.

    I have some of that green with the yellow dash fabric, love the way your have used it with the purple and orange fabrics :)

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  4. I'm not sure it counts as a dish, but I love gravy! I start it on Wednesday and finish it with all the turkey drippings Thursday. It's sooo good!

    This brand is new to me - thanks for sharing a pair!

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  5. My favorite is a toss up between stuffing and roasted Brussels sprouts. Soooooooooo good!

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  6. My favorite dish at Thanksgiving is my grandmothers pink and white serving platter...oh, you meant food? LOL... It's without a doubt homemade cranberry sauce and I simply don't know why we wait until Thanksgiving to make it.

    Super cool looking scissors - and they're pink??? How fun! Would love to give them a work out! Thanks for the chance to win. Hoping You and Yours have a Wonderful Thanksgiving Day!

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  7. I love Pecan Pie! Super Yummy! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. What awesome scissors. I am using my great grandmother's scissors that I am sure have never been sharpened. Don't want to be without them while they are being sharpened. These would be a lovely upgrade. My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is stuffing. yum yum. Thanks for the chance and Happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. My favorite Thanksgiving dish would have to be pecan pie. Delicious!!!

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  12. I have yet to find scissors that I love, so I would be thrilled to win this giveaway! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is homemade cinnamon rolls with pecans. These aren't your Cinnabon-type rolls with icing, but more like dinner rolls that have been "doctored" up with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon - yum!! Thanks for the great giveaway and Happy Thanksgiving!

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  13. I would love to win a pair of nice scissors! what a great giveaway. Love your blog, I read it all the time.

    Debbie

    quiltingathome@earthlink.net

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  14. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a family recipe-Cranberry-Orange Relish. I remember it always being on my grandmother's table growing up. Since she passed away 8 years ago, my mother has been making it for every Thanksgiving. It just wouldn't be right without it!

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  15. My favorite dish is candied yams.
    We only make it during the holidays so when we have it, it's always a treat.

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  16. Wow these scissors look great! We don't celebrate thanksgiving here. but if we would my favorite dish would be boeuf bourgignon and after that indeed fabrics or yarn :-)

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  17. These scissors sound like the next best thing to Oyster/french bread dressing...which just happens to be my favorite Thanksgiving dish! Thanks for the chance to win a pair.

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  18. Ohhhhh Victoria..I love gooey sweet potatoes, cheesy potatoes and lots of turkey with gravy! Then, I want the pumpkin pie with lots of cool whip!

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  19. My favorite is cornbread dressing and gravy. I live in the South. :-)

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  20. hm, i'm a stringbean casserole kinda girl :)

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  21. I think the mashed potatoes and gravy are my favorite. We hardly ever make them except for the big Thanksgiving feast. Thanks for sharing your scissors find.

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  22. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving, but I'm intrigued by green bean casserole.

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  23. My favorite dish is my Mother in laws dressing; so yummy! But I really like all the traditional Thanksgiving foods!

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  24. Hello Victoria! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is not typical but it's wonderful. My Grandmother made home made egg noodles every year. I make them now and my daughters help me. It's a delicious addition to a meal filled with so many wonderful dishes and great memories too. I would love to have a new pair of scissors. I am left handed :) Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

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  25. My favorite dish is the pie...we don't usually have it except during the holidays! I haven't heard of these scissors before--but they sound amazing!

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  26. Turkey and cranberry sauce is the best!

    lifesdeepcolors@hotmail.com

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  27. I am always looking for good scissors. My favorite dish at thanksgiving is pumpkin pie with whip cream. Looove it!

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  28. I live in France so don't celebrate Thanksgiving, but my favourite Sunday meal is duck, I can't get enough of it!! Thanks for the giveaway. Hugs Linda x

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  29. Lol as you know we don't celebrate thanksgiving here, but the best dish served has to be enjoying seeing all my friends across the pond being thankful for so many things. Reminds us not to take anything or one for granted! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours x

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  30. well.. I love pink... eeeek I hope I win.. :)
    my favorite dish is sweet potatoe casserole.

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  31. My perennial favorite is a wild rice dish my mom made with tiny pieces of pork sausage for flavor and a delectable white sauce. I have tried for many years to duplicate it with little success. Wonder what the secret is !~!

    I am giving up on Fiskars-I have had two pair break in my hand under normal usage-that's enough for me. So on to a new brand and these come well-recommended so maybe this is my cue ...

    Thanks.

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  32. Does turkey count as a dish. It's always my favorite part of the meal.

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  33. On special occasions here we have Kangaroo steak. My Mom always made apple pie. Yummmm
    Nice scissors mine are 41yrs old.

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  34. It's never enought of scissors:)

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  35. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in New Zealand. But if we did, I always love turkey. Just saw Jamie Oliver cooked turkey on TV last night, it seemed so easy and juicy...would like to try his recipe.
    jchiagan at yahoo dot com

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  36. My best memory of Thanksgiving is watching my Nana making the stuffing.

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  37. I would love to win these scissors if your raving about them they must be great and SHARP!
    having the cover for the blade is wonderful for the to go bag.
    hmmm favorite dish...has to the sweet potato casserole only time of the year I make it.
    Kathie

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  38. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in England but my favourite dish at this time of year is beef stew and dumplings!

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  39. I love mashed potatoes with good turkey gravy.

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  40. When I got my first embroidery machine the manager at that store was using an amazing seam ripper which I HAD to buy. It is made by Havel and has replacable blades which is wonderful. That seam ripper is in front of my machine at all times, especially while doing embrodiery to clip off stray threads when needed. But, to use as a seam ripper, it's awesome. It's called the Havel Ultra Pro Seam Ripper. Given my experience with this item, I'm betting I would love their scissors. And when seeing your picture, you got my attention immediately with that rotary cutter!! If those blades are anything like my seam ripper I am in! MUST HAVE! LOL

    The one dish I look forward to is one I only make on the holidays; why, I have NO idea. It's a Broccoli Salad which is almost identical in taste to my favorite one from Sweet Tomatoes Restaurant.
    Now, my favorite however is the stuffing.

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  41. I love the pink handles. :o) I'm left handed and scissors really do make a difference and it's rare I find true left handed scissors. I still have a pair of Fiskars from 7th grade -- no longer sharp either. So if I'm lucky enough to win I'll gift them to my friend.

    Favorite Thanksgiving dish -- piles of my mom's mashed potato casserole -- with or without gravy!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you.

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  42. A quilter can never have too many scissors, and if they are good ones, that is a bonus for sure. My favorite dish for Thanksgiving is my Sweet potato casserole.

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  43. Mincemeat pie with hard sauce!

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  44. We couldn't have Thanksgiving dinner without a family dish of sauerkraut with dumplings and bacon. Sooo gooood! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  45. I confess, I have a scissor fetish. They are so cute!

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  46. I love the turkey but my all time favorite is a sweet potato casserole with marshmallows and chopped pecans on top..mmmmm..
    And speaking of pecans, I love the pecan pie also.

    and yes, I would LOVE to try those scissors.

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  47. My favorite dish is brussel sprouts with bacon and garlic. When I make it, people who don't normally like brussel sprouts ask for the recipe!

    Thanks for the scissor giveaway and Happy Thanksgiving!

    Deb

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  48. My family insists that I make our favorite every Thanksgiving...an eggplant rice dressing.....as the boys were growing up the swore they did not eat eggplant but they loved the dressing my mom and I made every year....HA they did not know there was eggplant in it...LOL I have my picky nieces and nephews and grandsons eating it too....

    I would love to win the scissors...I need a new pair!

    hugs from Louisiana
    beebee

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  49. Happy Thanksgiving! My families favorite dish is the turkey itself. The hours of cooking leaves the house smelling delicious. eliz.i@sympatico.ca

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  50. I'm in Sweden now, so I miss even the turkey, and the whole family gathering. But I think I miss cranberry sauce the most! Lingon is nice, but it's just not the same, and even a can of cranberry sauce would be nice! What a testimonial you give for your hammels!

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  51. I have never heard of Havel sissors. I will have to check them outT. I like the fabric combo that the sissors are layed on in the last picture! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

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  53. I like the cranberries and stuffing more than anything else - and then of course pumpkin pie

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  54. My favorite Thanksgiving food depends on what kind of food mood I'm in,ha! Probably today I would say the mashed potatoes, must be needing some comfort food.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. Have never tried these scissors. My favorite on Thanksgiving is Pumpkin pie!

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  56. Victoria, I've been tempted to buy some Havel scissors, but just because the handles are pink! My favorite dish(es) at Thanksgiving is dressing -- I believe the turkey exists mostly to be a vehicle for stuffing. I usually make 5 or 6 varieties, "dry bread," cornbread and sausage, wild rice, oyster, and this year I tried a wonderful cranberry and almond recipe!

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  57. Oh, I want to win those scissors, they look fabulous. Well, my favorite dish would be stuffing with lots of gravy poured over it.

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  58. I would love to try some new scissors. Mine seem always dull.
    Who can pick a favorite food!!?? Pecan pie, mashed garlic/cheese potatoes, stuffing, and turkey. I just can't pick one.

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  59. My scissors get dull FAST; will have to try these! My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the Oyster Casserole. It's not Thanksgiving without my great-grandmother's Casserole. :)

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  60. No thanksgiving this side of the pond.....but I'd love some new scissors!

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  61. I love pecan pie (the calories are so high it can last me an entire year).

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  62. I have to pick just one dish? Green bean casserole. No, bread stuffing with plenty of sage. OK...maybe it's really the pumpkin pie with real whipped cream.

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  63. Fruit cocktail salad - basically a tin of fruit salad drained and whipped cream added!! It is hilarious that as I type this I can see an advertisement on your blog for a tiny belly - not it you eat whipped cream fruit salad! Great giveaway - would love to win!

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  64. With food allergies, Thanksgiving isn't as much fun as it used to be but I still love the turkey and I make some gf vegan cornbread for myself. It tastes good to me!

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  65. This year we are going to have roasted Brussel sprouts with bacon instead of the usual sautéed green beans. We love Brussel sprouts!

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  66. we are having a gluten-free dinner this year and with it some real adventures!!! I'm making a butternut squash soup as well as a gluten-free apple walnut stuffing. The old traditions are going by the wayside, but I'm up for this challenge! I am worried about the absence of dairy in my pumpkin pie, but am told that the coconut milk will do the trick!
    I'd LOVE to win this scissor - I've heard great things about them. HAPPY THANKSGIVING to you and yours!

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  67. I love cranberry sauce so much I eat it all year! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  68. Loaded mashed potatoes ranks right up at the top of a long list of faves. Thanks for sharing.

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  69. Favorite dish? The clean ones that other people wash for me? haha - seriously folks, that's a tough one - but for the meal, Cornbread Stuffing with Caramelized Onions, a la Tyler's Ultimate (food network) is to die for! and for dessert, the pies - especially apple or pecan. Have a great holiday, V!

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  70. Last year, my sister-in-law made an amazing roasted squash dish with butternut, sweet potatoes and parsnips. I kept raving about it until she told me that she'd chopped up extras and would make the same dish again the following day. It's my new faborite. Actually, I made some last night .... in anticipation of the holidays.

    These scissors sound amazing! Thanks for the giveaway.
    Kim

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  71. Hi V -
    My favorite dish is my sister's sweet potatoes - the secret ingredients are a little oj and Frangelico! Love the scissors - would be happy to try them. Thanks for sharing! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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  72. Sweet potato casserole! Yum. Yum.

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  73. The cold turkey sandwich made from leftovers is my favorite! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  74. when there are boiled onions on the table, you know it's thanksgiving...not sure where they started tradition-wise, but we only and always have them on thanksgiving

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  75. I LOVE mashed potatoes. Could live on them if my body let me.

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  76. No question - stuffing! I only eat it on Thanksgiving and I love it! I could make it other times during the year but I never do....Thanks for the giveaway and most importantly, have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving!

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  77. Double Layer Pumpkin Pie....mmmmmm. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  78. Sweet potatoes with sauted apples a must at Thanksgiving! Love reading your blog!

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  79. Mac and cheese. Or dressing and gravy. Would love new scissors. Would definitely hide from family

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  80. Favorite dishes (I cannot pick just one) are cranberry salad, apple and onion casserole, and pumpkin pie. All of these will fuel my cutting and sewing on new holiday projects -- New scissiors would help also. Cheers.

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  81. It has to be the combo of turkey, stuffing and cranberries which I put together again in sandwiches later. Happy Thanksgiving!
    PS I'm expecting my copy of your book in the mail later today. Can't wait!

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  82. For me it's the dressing with gravy. Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for the give away.

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  83. Actually, I have two favorites. Cranberry-Raspberry gelatin mold with apples and nuts and Sweet Potato casserole with pecan topping.I would really love to try these scissors...haven't seen them before but they look great!!

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  84. Southern cornbread dressing is our favorite family tradition here. Recipe comes from my husband's Savannah great grandma. I make the Sizzlin' Skillet cornbread from an Arkansas recipe I got from Mom. I am already drooling on my keyboard here...

    Would love to try the new scissors. Sounds great!

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  85. It has to be stuffing, I make cornbread stuffing and add grated apples to mine. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    Debbie

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  86. Wow new scissors to try, that would be great. I am always trying to find the sharp scissors as they make the cutting job so much easier. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the pumpkin bread, not only the flavor but the memory of "helping my grandma cut it" (during cutting we always sampled).

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  87. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is stuffing..............made the way my dear mother in law makes it.........chunks of bread, celery, onion, butter, chicken stock, and seasonings. Simply delicious! Thanks for the chance to win scissor! M

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  88. dressing, sweet potato casserole,mac&cheese, canned (the jellied stuff)cranberries and on and on. :>) scissor love

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  89. Oh the best is my favorite jello: lemon and lime with shredded cabbage, sliced olives, chop walnuts and crushed pineapple! LOve it!

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  90. Head for the sweets...pumpkin pie, of course!

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  91. I'd love to try a pair of these scissors. Favorite dish is buttery, creamy mashed potatoes. For some reason we only seem to eat them once a year... Thanks for the giveaway!

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  92. I haven't tried the scissors before, but they sound wonderful.

    My favorite side would have to be the fresh cranberries.

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  93. I would love a new pair of scissors!

    And my favorite dish at Thanksgiving is anything I can eat if my kids and grandkids get home. I love family time and don't get near of enough of it as kids and grandkids are spread out all over! But I do like cranberry/orange relish.

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  94. I used to teach Montessori preschool and each year, the children and I would make a cranberry relish that they took home and brought it to their Thanksgiving Table. It has become my favorite dish at Thanksgiving because I have so many memories of the children and parents saying how delicious it was and how proud their child was to bring it to the table.

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  95. love Havel scissors!
    favorite Christmas dish...hard to choose: sweet potato casserole, chocolate chess pie, fruit salad, and what about LEFTOVERS!?

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  96. For me it is the combination of all of the foods that make Thanksgiving so great. How often do we make such a variety all for one meal.
    Can always use another pair of scissors!!

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  97. Favorite dish? I'll make a wish.
    Potatoes and Gravy make
    my tummy wavy.

    the scissors look great,
    Hope I'm not too late.

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  98. I would give thanks for a great pair of scissors as I scarf down my Aunt Elinor's pecan pie. Yummmmmmm

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  99. Pumpkin Pie! Like to wait a couple of hours after the big feast to really enjoy it!

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  100. i just love my moms homemade noodles! and these scissors look great! thanks for a chance, and happy thanksgiving to you! i am so grateful for all your inspiration!

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  101. I know it's pathetic, but I can never get enough dressing next to the mashed potatoes and gravy over all!!! Love the pink handles on the scissors.....

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  102. My favorite dish is Sweet Potato Casserole made with Pecans and Marshmallows on top. Yum Yum. I would love to win the scissors. Thanks

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  103. I've never heard of Havel scissors. I LOVE scissors! Thanks for the chance. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is my sweet potatoes. I use so much sugar and butter that they taste more like a dessert than a veggie. YUM! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family!

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  104. I too had never heard of Havel scissors. Would love to give them a try. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is dressing. My mom makes the best.

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  105. Never heard of that brand before! My fav dish is my momma's dressing! So so so delicious!!!

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  106. Stuffing is definitely my favorite! And I really could use a new pair of scissors!

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  107. We always start our Thanksgiving eat-a-thon with a table of finger foods. Deviled eggs wins hands down as my favorite TDay food...and then turkey, and mashed potatoes, and yams, and broccoli, and, and, and...... :)

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  108. How is it that I have never heard of those scissors? Maybe I live under a rock!
    Favorite dish for me is the dressing-when I make it! I use Portuguese sausage in it & love it!

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  109. Does gravy count as a dish?? No?? Ok, how about sangria then?

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  110. such a nice giveaway! Favorite Thanksgiving Dinner dish?: homemade cranberry sauce!

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  111. Gotta stick with green bean casserole!

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  112. I would love to have some nice scissors. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is mashed potatoes!

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  113. Those scissors are going on my "must have" list!
    My favorite dish is red cabbage....goes so good with the turkey and cranberries.

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  114. I make a mean cranberry salsa sauce. I can't have Thanksgiving without it!

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  115. HI! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    LOVE THE CRANBERRY/CREAM CHEESE SALADS BEST!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  116. So hard to pick a favourite but I would have to say Pumpkin cheesecake....yummy.
    Thanks for the change to win the giveaway..
    sharon.bourque@sympatico.ca

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  117. I enjoy the sweet potato casserole! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  118. Favorite would have to be dressing. But a very close second is leftovers (especially turkey with stuffing and cranberry sauce sandwiches) Thank you for the chance to win the scissors, I could really use some new sharp ones.

    thelady at hotmail.com

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  119. I've never heard of Havel. I will have to go check them out! Favorite Thanksgiving dish? Sweet potatoes! Love them roasted with olive oil and garlic or baked with apples in maple syrup. But please, NO marshmallows!

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  120. I love the pecan pie! We used to get lots of pecans from our own tree, but the squirrels are running away with them now.

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  121. My favorite dish is cranberry relish - one bag of cranberries, one large navel orange and less than 1/2 c sugar. Process in the food processor until chunky, and enjoy. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  122. Candied yams....of course! Yum! And thanks for the chance!

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  123. I would have to say cranberry ice.
    I don't know of anyone else who makes her recipe. It is delish!
    Just got your new book today and cannot wait to delve in.
    THanks for the giveaway!

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  124. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is my almond glazed sweet potato dish. Not too sweet; but tastes like dessert! Yummy.

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  125. Desert! Specifically hot apple crisp!

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  126. My favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner is the apple, prune, and sausage stuffing--YUM!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Joanna
    PS So enjoy your blog! Many thanks for brightening our days.

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  127. Love to read your blog, Victoria. I love the sage stuffing I have made for almost 50 years. It is the same way my mother and grandmother made the stuffing for Thanksgiving. I wouldn't dream of making any other kind. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  128. A sweet potato casserole called sweet potato muggin - it is a sweet southern dish with pecans and marshmallows.

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  129. Hmmmm, this is a toughie. Several years ago at work we had a potluck and I tried sweet potatoes. I never had them before, but now I love them.

    Thanks for the giveaway and Happy Thanksgiving :)

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  130. Fresh cranberry relish - made with an orange. It lasts longer than the other dishes, unless I make really yummy cookies with it!

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  131. I saw these at the AQS show in Grand Rapids, but I have never tried them. Glad to know they are good scissors. Thanks for the giveaway!

    My favorite Thanksgiving food is sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top! ;-) (oh, and butter and brown sugar, too!)

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  132. Pumpkin crisp is a favorite at Thanksgiving. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  133. I LOVE mashed potatoes with gravy. Yum. Can't get enough.

    Thanks for your generosity.

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  134. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a very traditional one - Sweet Potato Casserole! But I use brown sugar, not marshmallows.

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  135. My favorite dish at Thanksgiving....always is pie! Would love to win these! Thanks for the chance!

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  136. My grandma's fresh corn cooked in milk! And canned cranberry sauce!

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  137. Oh I am SO bad about eating all the green bean casserole. Seriously, might as well set that dish in front of me, because that's all I'll eat.

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  138. my mother's pecan pie is my favorite holiday dish

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  139. Hmmm, probably the pumpkin pie with whipped cream

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  140. The scissors look very interesting.

    Fav Thanksgiving dish is the turkey. I always have a cold turkey sandwich later in the day. Yummy!!!

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  141. oh, yummy, mashed garlic potatoes and gravey are my fav ... it's the only time i have mashed potatoes and gravy! thanx for the chance to win the 7-inch scissors.

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  142. From Spain.My family loves my "Flan de Turrón",don´t know how to write it in English but is just delicious!!

    Have a great Thanksgiving!!

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  143. I love candied yams! (and turkey and stuffing and green bean casserole... oh boy!) Happy Thanksgiving to you! ;)

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  144. It has to be the turkey - especially dark meat!

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  145. Hi V

    Thanks for this giveaway! My favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner is the delicious stuffing that my son makes. He says it is like mine, but oh my gosh, it is so much better. Liz

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  146. The stuffing and everything else! The scissors look great. Happy Thanksgiving

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  147. Our thanksgiving has gone by. The dressing is one of my favorite and my son's rashberry cheesecake is to die for.

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  148. We have turkey at Thanksgiving but since we are in Canada we did Thanksgiving a few weeks ago.

    I wanted to say I received your book yesterday from Amazon and had to read it cover to cover. It is wonderful and I just love it. I am going to start playing with fabric tonight the way you suggest and see where it takes me. Thank you.

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  149. Hi, I have not heard of that brand, will look for them. I really love good scissors.
    My favorite dish is stuffing made with dry bread, lots of sausage and gizzards. It is best stuffed in the bird, but outside works well.

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  150. Would love to own these...thank you

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  151. We are vegetarians, so we experiment each year to find something we will all like for Thanksgiving. For several years, we had cheese enchiladas or veggie lasagna. This year, we are having dal and patak paneer. I made these a few months ago to rave reviews, so I think they may become the new favorite.

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  152. Cranberry sauce with everything!

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  153. The cornbread dressing! I even love it cold the next day! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  154. Turkey is the best!! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  155. I have the smallest pair for 'clipping'...sure would love THESE! My favorite dish has to be sweet potatoes...I could eat them all DAY! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  156. So many good things to choose from--my son-in-law's smoked turkey, fluffy mashed potatoes, green beans, gravy, crescent rolls. BUT, my favorite is the wonderful sweet potato casserole my friend makes. Topped with crunchy sweet pecans. YUM!

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  157. For me, it's all about the turkey stuffing....and the pumpkin pie. Definitely the pie. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity.

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  158. For me the best part of Thanksgiving dinner is a good breaded stuffing. Thanks, Victoria! Happy Thanksgiving.

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  159. Sweet Potato Casserole. I make the recipe found in Susan Branch's Autumn cookbook. It is delicious.

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  160. Pumpkin Pie! Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for the chance to win!

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  161. My fave part of Thanksgiving, besides spending it with family, is definitely the dressing! But it's hard to eat dressing without cranberry sauce I make with oranges, so they go together as I dish on my plate :) Happy Thanksgiving... thanks for the giveaway... and bless you for all you've done for the good people who have suffered much loss this month... hugs from Missouri :)

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  162. I'm a vegetarian, so I make sure there are plenty of sides, including roasted homegrown brussels sprouts and mushroom gravy that some meat-eaters prefer to the turkey gravy.

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  163. I live in Turkey so we don't celebrate Thanksgiving, but my favourite meal is pasta with cheese)

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  164. What a lovely give away! My favorite dish was my mother's dressing...no one could make it like she did!

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  165. My favorite dish is the stuffing! Sausage, mushrooms, celery and onion. Can't wait to scoop it out of the bird!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win these scissors. They look fab, and I'd love to give them a try.

    Hope you are having a wonderful day with your family, filled with laughter and love.

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  166. Happy Thanksgiving! My favorite dish is my cornbread stuffing. I add sausage, apples, and pecans. It's yummy! Then there's dessert. Toll House pie and cookies and apple pie and...

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  167. I just love the stuffing, but it always tastes best in company! Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for a chance!

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  168. The turkey is my favorite part , never get tired of it :0) Thanks for the chance to win these scissors they sound wonderful!!

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  169. I love stuffing! Add a little gravy on top, and it tastes like a full Thanksgiving meal! Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway. :)

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  170. Oh that question is easy - homemade stuffing! In the turkey and made right before it goes in the oven!

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  171. Everything because they all blend together so well - from the turkey to the stuffing and gravy, through the mashed potatoes and veggies, salads and onto dessert - of which at least one has to be fresh apple pie made from BC macintosh apples. I'm stuffed thinking about it. Thanks for the opportunity on a great draw.I never have enough cutting tools.
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  172. Thansgiving dinner favorite dish..... mmmmmm... does choosing the whole dinner count? lol. If I have to choose just one, that would be baked yams with apple slices and brown sugar! yum.
    Hope you have a great Thanksgiving weekend.

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  173. I must have done something wrong, or you might be getting 2 post. My favorite is anything with sweet potatoes or yams. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  174. Cranberries while they aren't a dish are my most favorite part of the dinner. Sauce, cooked whole berries, relish or any other form are just wonderful.

    havel are a new brand to me

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  175. I have been searching for Havel's scissors and I have put them on my Christmas list. Hopefully when I get to Seattle or Portland, I can find a pair or 3. :) My favorite dish at Thanksgiving is dressing (stuffing), but my families favorite are my cranberries - cranberries, oj, cranberry juice, sugar, ginger, orange zest AND dried bing cherries. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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  176. Happy Turkey Day! My favorite would have to be the custard pie with graham cracker crumb crust.

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  177. Tough, I like a lot of dishes served at Thanksgiving...other than stuffing I would have to say Cranberry orange relish!

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  178. Homemade apple pie is my favorite...Happy Thanksgiving!

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  179. Hi Victoria. I had it today, would have to be dressing.

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  180. My favorite Thanksgiving dish is pecan pie. I am a girl who likes her sweet stuff.

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  181. I kind of fancy the spaghetti. Long story.

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  182. pecan pie and baby step-daughter made one

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  183. Toss p between sweet potato casserole or Pumpkin pie.......

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  184. How did you know I needed some new scissors? My favorite dish is my own Virgina Ham. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  185. Cranberry Chutney is ever so yummy with turkey and dressing!

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  186. Não temos esta cultura por aqui mas...Feliz Ação de Graças para você e sua família.Amo tesouras.De verdade mesmo,tenho um pouco de medo de rotativos.Pode ser um perigo em minhas mãos desastradas.Obrigada por oferta.


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  187. My favorite dish is the turkey dressing. My family has been using the same recipe for over 90 years. It's never been written down, it gets passed on by helping the older generation make it. I am now teaching my niece to make it.

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  188. Mince meat pie - my mother makes the best pies in the world

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