the homemade pantry cookbook giveaway

Pumpkin chocolate chip bars are in the oven and it’s giveaway time!  I’m doing that really annoying thing people sometimes do when it comes to presents.  This is a cookbook I really want, but instead I’m giving it away to one of you.  This should work out for you, though, since you probably like baking, cooking, and domestic god(dess)-ness in general.  I mean, you are reading this, after all.  Or you just like me.  Either way, let’s get to the goods.

the homemade pantry

One lucky winner will receive a copy of The Homemade Pantry: 101 Foods You Can Stop Buying and Start Making by the awesome Alana Chernila, blogger of the soulful and sincere Eating from the Ground Up.  Recipes in this book range from granola to ketchup, preserves to sodas, mozarella to pop tarts.  Pop tarts, people.  This book truly has it all, and the recipes are wholesome and way less processed than what you’d buy in a package.  Think of all the bonus points you’ll get for bringing these dishes to parties!

homemade pantry giveaway

Here’s how to enter the giveaway:

Step 1. Follow/subscribe to this blog and/or like gather round kitchen on facebook, as this giveaway is for gather round kitchen followers.

Step 2. Leave a comment below letting me know what you like to make from scratch, or what you’re excited to start making from scratch.

This giveaway will close Saturday, November 2nd at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

For good karma and virtual bonus points, share this giveaway on facebook and pinterest.

Thanks for liking and following me, and for hanging in when posts have been slim as I adjust to my awesome new Vermont life.  And for that time I said I’d post a rhubarb recipe later in the week, and then it happened at the tail end of rhubarb season, when many weeks had passed.



11 thoughts on “the homemade pantry cookbook giveaway

  1. There are so many things I love to make instead of buy. Some favorites are almond milk, kombucha, laundry soap, jams, and ketchups! I hope to someday branch out even further and be more self-sufficient.

  2. I’ve been making jam and jelly for several years, but I’d like to get into pressure canning and try making homemade cheese.

  3. lots of things as I thing it is healthy to make things at home rather than purchase them. Not to mention it being cheaper. a good cracker that is not all fat or cheese and a nice homemade cheese to go with it would be two.

  4. Its almost 10pm Pacific time… does that count?? There are so many things I love to make homemade – jelly, jam, pickles, salsa, tobacco. This book would be a great for more ideas!! Poptarts!!!

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