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September to remember unbeleafable giveaway hop!


Fall, Fall, Fall. What is there to not love about this season? Perfect weather, warm home cooked casseroles, soups and pies. Fun holidays Haloween and Thanksgiving! Back to school for the kiddos. There's a lot that goes on in this season. My favorite thing to do is to whip a delicious soup in the crock, bake a yummy warm apple pie or cook a homemade casserole. Which is why a fabulous reader of win will get a chance to win a World Market Pumpkin Casserole Dish! I love World Market they are by far my top #1 store  for home decor and kitchen tools. 

A big thanks to:
The Mommy Island (http://themommyisland.blogspot.com) and The Kids Did It (http://thekidsdidit.com) for hosting this giveaway hop event! 













Disclosure: The ROABlog is responsible for prize fulfillment. Please do not contact the hosts listed above in regards to questions/complaints. Prize fulfillment is up to 2-3 weeks, if not sooner. 
Thank you so much for hopping by today and don't forget to check out the other participating bloggers in the event.

Comments

Dorothy said…
I love making my own apple pie, I also make my own pumpkin bread, so delicious!!
@tisonlyme143
Barb said…
My favorite is pecan pie and carrot cakes. I named both because I have never ever been able to decide which one is my absolute favorite. So I just stick with both of them. They are a hundred times better than any other dessert on the planet in my opinion. :)
tiffany dayton said…
Homemade chicken and dressing.
Jeanna Massman said…
I love to make chili and cinnamon rolls in the fall.
Robin Abrams said…
My favorite autumn dish to make is Apple Crisp. We love baking apples they taste so good and make the house smell so good
Jessica Cox said…
I love to eat baked potato soup , my husband cooks, and chilli.
Mallory Roberts said…
My favorite autumn dish to make is cornbread stuffing! It's my favorite part of thanksgiving. I also love making sweet potato casserole, chili, and cornbread. I could go on and on! SO ready for fall! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
Laurie Nykaza said…
Pioneer women cream corn pudding is my favorite dish and also sweet potatoes with walnuts too
BethElderton said…
I love making spicy chili with sweet potato chunks. I make it in the slow-cooker, so I have to endure the torture of chili cooking all day. Yum!
Mary Beth Elderton
Amanda Jordan said…
I have 2 favorite dishes that I make in the fall. I love to make a homemade beef stew and I love pot roast!
Wendi Watson said…
Keilbassi and kraut is my favorite fall meal!
arress said…
I like to make apple bread in the Fall.
I love making apple pies and cobblers.

Tracy Shafer
skater425 said…
My favorite dish is really a dessert, but it would be pumpkin pie.
I love making homemade chicken pot pie in the fall..it always warms& fills my family up!
butternut squash ravioli, apple pie, sweet potato cobbler :) yummm
barblong said…
My favorite autumn dish to make is shepherd's pie.
LeAnn Harbert said…
I like to make sweet potato pie.
I love making cranberry salad and sweet potato casserole in the Autumn.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com
Shelley P said…
My favorite Autumn dish to make is chili.

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