**This giveaway has ended. Thank you to everyone who participated.

*The postwoman dropped off the latest Gooseberry Patch Early Reviewer book and it is a good one! I love getting a sneak peek at these books and it is even more exciting to be able to give away a copy of the book. Read through the whole post for directions on how to enter the giveaway.

Gooseberry Patch’s The Christmas Table is a spiral bound cookbook with hundreds of recipes perfect for the holidays. Many of the recipes are great to bring or serve at parties. There are six sections: Cozy Christmas Brunch; Chill-Chasing Soups and Breads; Caroling Party Supper; Classic Christmas Dinner; Festive Holiday Fare; Sweet Treats to Share. Though many of the recipes definitely have a holiday feel, they can be used throughout the year. Many of the recipes have less than twelve ingredients and a lot of the ingredients are things that you likely have in your pantry.

The first recipe I tried was from the Cozy Christmas Brunch section. It was a crab quiche and it caught my eye because it seemed very easy but also kind of a luxurious snack.

Crab Quiche

5 T. all-purpose flour

1/2c mayonnaise

2 eggs, beaten

1/2 cup milk

1/2 cup green onion, chopped

8 oz. package of shredded Swiss cheese

6 oz can of crabmeat, drained and flaked

9inch pie crust

Combine flour, mayo, eggs and milk in a large bowl and stir. Stir in onions, cheese and crabmeat. I forgot to flake the crab meat and I don’t think it affected the dish. Also, I only used a 5oz package of shredded Swiss cheese. It was on sale and there was no 8oz package to be seen. Pour the mixture into an unbaked pie crust.

Bake uncovered at 350 for 40-45 minutes.

This quiche was delicious! As it baked, the kitchen smelled wonderful. It was beautiful and would have been perfect for a brunch or meal with friends.

I thought it was only fitting that this recipe was on the same page as a lovely story about Christmas Eve pajamas, a tradition that is important to us in the Threaded Together household!

Even though I had my mom stop by and have some for dinner (she loved it too!), I still had a lot of the quiche leftover. I cut it into pie slice pieces and froze it in individual bags. I had a piece for dinner tonight and it still tasted great.

Do you want to win a copy of The Christmas Table?

How to Enter

We will be giving away ONE copy of the cookbook to one lucky winner.  If you would like a chance to win, leave us a comment in this post and tell us what your favorite holiday meal is.  Leave your comment before May 24 at 9:59 CST.

Don’t worry about being creative in your comment, the winner will be chosen by a random number generator.  Please make sure that you fill out the required fields by putting your first name in the name field and your email address in the email address field.  We do not share email addresses and you will not receive emails from Threaded Together unless you win.


We will choose ONE winner randomly and announce the results here on Threaded Together sometime after May24th.


No purchase necessary to enter or win. Sweepstakes is open only to legal residents of the 50 states and the District of Columbia and who are 18 years of age at time of entry. For this giveaway, entrants can enter 1 time. We will disqualify any entries that we believe are generated by scripts and other automated technology and Threaded Together assumes no responsibility for late or misdirected entries due to SPAM, technological issues or for prizes lost in transit.No substitutions including for cash are permitted, except Threaded Together reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater monetary value for any prize. Void where prohibited by law. Winners shall be responsible and liable for all federal, state, and local taxes on the value of their prize. Relatives of Threaded Together are no eligible to win.

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When she isn't making a mess in her kitchen or her craft room for Threaded Together, Jennifer writes about family travel at TwoKidsandaMap.com and is the Internal Community Relations Director for TravelingMom.com. After sixteen years in the South, her family relocated to Denver, Colorado where they are getting used to the cold weather, snow and big city living. She likes to read, craft and look for adventures with her children.
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