Saturday, January 14, 2012

Giveaway

I stumbled across this book not very long ago and had to pick it up to see what kind of remedies were being offered here.

While I never even heard of 99% of the remedies offered and I won't be trying most of them I did find the book interesting and had to think of you, my dear readers. Anyone who is interested in learning more of the wide variety of home remedies that some Amish use will find this book interesting.


If you would like to have an opportunity to have this book leave a comment telling me what you had for breakfast this morning.

For an additional entry post a link to this giveaway on your blog and then come back and leave another comment telling me you did.

I will be using random generator on Monday Jan. 16th to choose a winner.

Disclaimer: I am giving this book away only as something interesting to read and would not advise anyone to try the remedies without consulting a doctor first.

50 comments:

Deb said...

I'm interested in any and all home remedies so would love a chance to win! We had turkey bacon, fresh farm eggs and homemade bread made into toast this morning for breakfast. :)

Linda said...

Would love winning this book. I had Stollen (German Christmas Bread) for breakfast.

Where the Green Grass Grows said...

I sadly skipped breakfast this morning. I woke up too late..lol:)

quintuplicatemom said...

Would love to read this! I had chai, yogurt & a banana.

Alicia said...

Sounds like fun. We had raspberry chocolate chip pancakes, eggs and bacon.

Stephanie Reed said...

I breakfasted on waffles with syrup plus a cup of hot tea. Looks like a fun book!

Shelley said...

I have a very bad habit of skipping breakfast..trying to work on that :) I would love a chance for the book...blessings

Karan said...

Lets see for breakfast I had a cinnamon donut and coffee with white chocolate raspberry creamer.

I would love reading the book. Many home remedies work wonderful. When I get to coughing at night from my asthma rubbing Vicks on the bottom of my feet and putting on a pair of socks works better than anything the Dr. has even told me to try.
Karan

Melanie Ski said...

I actually just had coffee for breakfast this morning :)
Melanie
melanieinoh2003@yahoo.com

Southern Gal said...

Sounds like interesting reading. For breakfast this morning I had a super simple, very yummy sticky bun ring.

Carol said...

I had vanilla yogurt with strawberries, blueberries and granola. I would love to read this book. I reaally enjoy your blog.

Lynnae said...

Our mom and dad went out to eat this morning so I made a breafast of eggs&grits and potatoes for the nine of us kids :)

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Last night I made oatmeal bread so had a couple of pieces, toasted, with butter and honey.

Farah said...

I had Basic 4 cereal and coffee.

Jill said...

When I got up this morning my sweet husband offered to make me pancakes, but I am just getting over a stomach bug so I opted for some dry cereal instead. Hopefully he'll let me take a rain check!

~Dawn~ said...

Would love to win the book. I had yogurt and granola for breakfast this morning! :)

Kristina said...

I made beef stew and homemade biscuits last night. And since I'm not much of a big breakfast person the biscuits were perfect for breakfast this morning :)

The Splitty Family said...

Thanks for the nice giveaway, I am new to your blog after reading a book "amish values for your family" that mentioned your writings. We had smoothies (yogurt, O.J. and frozen fruit) and farm fresh eggs for breakfast.

Sharon said...

Hello,

This book sounds wonderful. I am slowly learning how to use homemade and herbal remedies and would love to have an opportunity to win a copy. Thank you for being so generous.

Breakfast this morning was scrambled eggs and toast with jam :) Not too exciting but satisfying :)

I am also having a giveaway for Ray Comfort's 180 movie if you would like to stop by :)

Have a blessed day!
Sharon

Momma Chilson said...

I had leftover pasta for breakfast this morning! Weird, I know! But I hate to waste food!

Marydon said...

Mary Ann, this is a lovely gift & I love reading these kinds of books.

I have shredded hash browns, 2 eggs over medium, wheat toast & 2 link sausage ... & on this bitter cold day, it was YUMMY!
What did you have?

Have a beautiful day ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

annie said...

I'd love to read this book, we had blueberry danish for breakfast!

gayle said...

I had 2 peices of bacon,an egg and a peice of toast.

Michele said...

Well, I had to work this morning, I work at a veterinary clinic. So I had a bowl of Oat cereal and a homemade granola bar for breakfast.

Twila said...

O.K. I hope this isn't coming up three times, but I keep losing my comment.
For breakfast I had sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, toast, o.j. and coffee.

Regina said...

I love home remedies. I had a bacon and egg sandwich that my hubby made for me!

char said...

I am just learning more and more about home remedies and am very interested in learning more. For breakfast I took my daughter out for a biscuit and hasbrown from Carl's Jr. It was a real treat for her because she went on the paper route with me last night and was my paper rolling helper. She LOVES just her and mom time!!

Marilyn said...

I'd love to see this book. I had only coffee and zucchini bread today for breakfast!

vintagebaby said...

Thanks for a interesting giveaway. I had a slice of cranberry banana bread my daughter made for breakfast this morning.

Lori said...

Today at least, I can sound fancy and say that I had french scrambled eggs with toast. That sounds like a very interesting book.

April said...

I would love to have this in my library. I had special K and girl scout cookies...maybe they balanced each other out??

Knitwit said...

I slept in this morning so the first meal of my day was lunch - I made pizza soup.

"Pearl of Great Price" said...

Being my hubby is a pastor Sunday morning breakfasts are simple around here so I had cereal with Almond Milk. Looks like a fun read!

MaryEtta said...

I had a carton of yogurt,coffee, and a sandwich of multigrain bread with cheese and hot pepper butter. YUM!

poodlegirl said...

I had a turkey sausage, egg and english muffin sandwich with some grapes on the side. Deee-lish!

Nancy said...

Cream of Wheat with fresh grapefruit juice.

GingerGeneral said...

Leftover chicken chili (heavy on the cayenne) :)

Donna said...

I made omelets with Portabella Mushrooms, onions,garlic, ham chunks, farm eggs and cream, and whole wheat English Muffin with strawberry jam. The book sounds fun and practical.

Donna in Oregon

The imPerfect Housewife said...

I think these kinds of books are fun - because sometimes after you've tried a million things, it's the strangest million-and-first thing that works! I'd love to enter. Oh yeah, for breakfast - a stale wheat bagel that I ate in the car on the way home from the Ozarks. Not that great but it kept me from starving. :)

Peggy said...

So interesting! In our haste to get to church on time, I swallowed down some orange juice and ate a banana... I would much rather have had a bowl of Frosted Mini Wheats to go with them!

Thank you for this offer but are you sure you want to part with it? :-)

Peggy said...

Now, you've made me update my blog and I really should come up with something clever ... but in the meantime, I've linked our blogs :-) Maybe, I'll get another poem to pop out of my winter weary brain...

Lady Anne said...

I'm a history teacher, so home remedies are always fascinating to me. Saturday, I had oatmeal with raisins, but I don't eat breakfast before I take Communion, so today it was just a cup of coffee - but we had Panera pastries for coffee hour! Cheese Danish had protein in it, right?

Aliene said...

I have always been interested in home remedies. Had pumpkin seed granola with nuts and strawberry yogurt for breakfast.

Nikole said...

For breakfast I had Strawberry Banana yogurt made with coconut milk and granola. Tasty :)
This book sounds very interesting.

Domestic Diva said...

Sounds great! This morning I had eggs and an apple.

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Susannah said...

Hello, I would be very interested in the home remedies in your give away book. I love books! Thank you. For breakfast today, I had a slice of whole wheat toast with a small dab of peanut butter on it with a hot cup of coffee. The coffee was so good this morning as it was 2 degrees here at 8:30 AM!!

Laura said...

That would be a fun book to look through! I had cream of wheat for breakfast this morning. Delicious on a cold morning!

Ben said...

very seldom do I eat breakfast. Coffee and toast most of the time although an occasional bagel isn't out of the question.

Shaun Renee said...

I am eating breakfast as I read your blog. I am eating a cinnamon toast crunch bagel with cream cheese and drinking water.

NeKisha said...

I will be having coffee and a bagel with cream cheese ;) I have begun to learn a bit about herbal remedies. I am sure this has some interesting ideas!