12 Days of Christmas Giveaways – Day 7

12 Days of Christmas ~
Day 7 Giveaway

 
It’s Day 7 of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway with another chance to win a gift from the Scottish Gourmet USA! The Scottish Gourmet USA is located in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is your one stop shopping place for all things Scottish!
 
**Keep scrolling to see what we’ve chosen for Day 7 PLUS read the entry instructions for Day 7.**
 
Be sure to come back every day to enter for your chance to WIN!
 
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On The Seventh Day of Christmas, NC Sass Tours Gave To Me...

Edinburgh Tea & Coffee Whisky Flavored Tea Bags

You'll love this flavorful blend of black china tea that has been marinated in whisky. The distinctive taste is here, but without the alcohol. Each box holds 25 individually wrapped tea bags to preserve this aromatic flavor until you are ready. From Edinburgh Coffee & Tea. How Scottish!!

~ Scottish Gourmet USA

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>>NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. MUST BE A RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO ENTER.

>>The Day 7 Giveaway begins 6:00 AM EST on December 19 and ends at 11:59 PM on December 19.

>>One (1) Winner will be chosen for December 19, 2021.

>>Winner will be notified within 72 hours after giveaway closes and must respond to that email within 48 hours.

>>A list of all winners who have claimed their prizes will be posted at the end of the giveaway.

44 Comments

  1. Joyce Ingo

    Turkey with Cranberry Sauce

  2. Robin Roberts

    Kolachky aka kolache, kolachy cookies filled with fruit, poppy seeds, or almond paste. OMG!!!!!

  3. Christy Johnson

    Fudge. Any flavor.

  4. Anna J Price

    Cookies!

  5. Lisa

    Sugar cookies!

  6. Millie Wesson

    Pecan Pie

  7. Kathy Buckmaster

    Homemade eggnog…YUM!

  8. Sheila Barker

    Homemade Fudge

  9. Kelly Roberts

    Homemade Sugar Cookies!

  10. Kathy French

    Hot cocoa with whipped cream

  11. Barb Saul

    Honey glazed spiral sliced ham!!!!

  12. Lainie Anthony

    My aunt makes the best Italian anise cookies. I look forward to them every year!

  13. Gail Smith

    Christmas Cookies ~ any kind

  14. Catherine McCaskill

    My sweet mother was not known for her culinary skills, but she made amazing chicken and dumplings for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I’ve watched do it hundreds of times but still can’t quite get the same results. Maybe that’s just as well, after all, there was just one special mother like her.

  15. Tereasa Boyuea

    pecan/caramel/chocolate “turtles” that my dad used to make for me—he was the best part of it 🙂

  16. Susan

    Brussels sprouts and mashed potatoes.

  17. Cindy

    Norwegian Julekake

  18. Brenda murphy

    I don’t know why I don’t make these until the holidays but I love dressing and Mac n cheese. That’s all I need for dinner.

  19. Nicole Peele

    My Aunt Ann’s coconut cream cake. She only makes it this time of year!

  20. Cheryl Gowing

    Cranachan is always a special dessert for me – and with the raspberries makes a perfect, quick, & easy Christmas dessert – very light after a heavy meal. Making some right now for our Sassensah Sisters dessert party this afternoon!

  21. Melissa Staley

    Dressing!

  22. Susan Angell

    When my Granny was alive my favorite pie was butterscotch meringue. Wish I’d have spent time in the kitchen with her to learn how to make it. (Please don’t tell me to buy a box of butterscotch pudding. It’s not the same)

  23. Christie Sanders

    I always look forward to the country ham and candy from the local shop in Belvidere, NC!! Chocolate covered peanuts, coconut macaroons, lemon drops, etc!

  24. Rebecca Caulor

    Home made spice tea

  25. Cheri Furr

    Snowball cookies! My mother used to bake dozens!

  26. Kathleen

    Whisky tea!

  27. Cheryl Stinson

    Fudge!

  28. Eileen Fox

    We don’t have a specific Christmas meal since it’s just my husband and 3 kids. So we switch it up from spaghetti to ham to porkchops. Depends on what everyone is in the mood for. However, every New Years the kids look forward to Chinese food. That’s our go to celebration meal.

  29. Joy Forster

    Fresh Nuremberg Lebkuchen

  30. Pam

    Dressing!

  31. Jodi Neal

    Every Christmas morning, after opening some presents, my husband makes big fluffy pancakes. Our family comes over to eat and show us what Santa brought them. Then we all go to church for Christmas Day Communion.

  32. Cathy Hinz

    Love the cranberry sauce!

  33. Joanne

    Tamales

  34. Charlotte Soutullo

    Honey Baked Ham 😋

  35. janet temas

    mincemeat pie

  36. Michele Crawley

    All the sweet treats, fudge, cookies, pie, cake/

  37. Sharon Fraser

    cookies

  38. Tanya McLean

    Savory breakfast casserole (eggs, cheese, sausage, grits)

  39. Monica

    We’re Italian so we celebrate the Feast of the 7 Fishes on Christmas Eve. It’s not easy to choose which fish dish I love because they’re all delicious! If I had to choose though, I think I’d go with my famous creamy lobster cheese dip with lobster, cream cheese, Parmesan, white wine and lots of garlic! Can’t wait!

  40. Beverly Barfield

    Sausage balls!

  41. Melody Glick

    Sugar Cookies

  42. Deni Thompson

    Wedding cookies

  43. Julia Link

    Cornbread dressing with sausage 🙂

  44. Michèle Brucker

    Gingerbread cookies, walnut fudge, hot cocoa, and turkey with cranberry.

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