9th Day of Beadmas Giveaway! Winner Sabine K!

9th Day of Beadmas random Winner is Sabine K! Congrats!

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Today is the 9th day of Beadmas and here on Beadsaholic we will be giving away one Ohm Beads Black Bird Pie! It has been a busy weekend here with family and Christmas coming soon, so I’m a bit late in the day as it’s almost day 10, but this giveaway will run for the next 24 hours and will end at approximately 11:30 pm cst. on Monday December 10th, 2018.

Ohm Beads Black Bird Pie is one of my favorite holiday beads and I usually wear it from Thanksgiving through Christmas and on Easter. Who doesn’t like pie? We even eat meat pies here in the south, though I’d prefer not to eat black birds.

On each side you will find two beautiful purple stones.

On the back you will find the quote “Sing a song of sixpence” from the nursery rhyme.

Here I have mixed Black Bird Pie with Love Whirls, Strawberry and Ho! Ho! NO!.

Now for the giveaway! We all love to eat yummy dishes during the holiday season, I would love for you to share your favorite recipes with me! It will be fun to see some of the dishes you all love and maybe try a few!

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I look forward to reading all your favorite recipes! This should be fun and maybe I’ll have something new to make this year.





60 responses to “9th Day of Beadmas Giveaway! Winner Sabine K!

  1. My favor recipe is chees pie french : 500 g de fromage blanc (à 0% pour une version allégée, ou 20%, recommandé)10 cl de crème fraîche liquide,4 oeufs,40 g de maïzena (fécule de maïs),150 g de sucre,Graines d’une gousse de vanille et / ou zeste d’un citron non traité 😍😘

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  2. The recipe I like the most is a big piece of porc meat on the oven, with smashed potatoes, olivieri salad and rice. My daugther always ask me to do this for Christmas or Silvester. #Beadmas2018

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  3. My favorite is for cinnamon pecans:
    Ingredients: 2 egg whites, 2 tsp ground cinnamon, 1.5 tsp salt, and 1/2 cup sugar
    2 lb pecan halves and 2 tbsp water

    Whip egg whites and water til frothy
    Mix sugar cinnamon and salt together in a separate bowl
    Add pecans to egg whites and coat the pecans well
    Then add coated pecans to sugar mixture and stir again til evenly coated
    Spread on baking sheet (with parchment paper) and bake in preheated 250 oven for 1 hour
    Stir every fifteen minutes

    Yummy!!!! Love these!!!
    Happy Beadmas!!!!!

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  4. I love carrot soup.
    1 kg carrots, some ginger and garlic, 1 crème fraiche, 1 l vegetable broth. You cook the carrots , ginger and garlic in the broth, get it out and puree it. After that get it into the broth again, heat it and add crème fraiche and pepper and salt.
    Pooh, I hope it is quite understandable. I never wrote a recipe in English before. And I definitely hat e autocorrection!

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  5. I have to make sure I make Raisin sauce for the ham. I have it from a cookbook my Mom had from the 50’s.
    3/4 cup raisins
    1 cup water
    5 cloves or equal ground cloves
    1 teaspoon corn starch
    Dash of paprika
    1 tablespoon butter
    1 tablespoon vinegar
    1 tablespoon lemon juice
    few drops of Worcestershire sauce or gravy master
    Cover raisins with water, add clove, and allow to simmer till dark . Add butter and remaining ingredients.
    Serve hot , Strain to remove raisins if desired.

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  6. Finska Pinnars “Finnish finger” cookies
    1&1/2 cups softened butter
    3/4 cups granulated sugar
    3 egg yolks
    1 tablespoon vanilla extract
    3 cups flour
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    Meringue top- 3 egg whites
    6 tablespoon sugar
    1 cup finely chopped nuts, I prefer walnuts
    Preheat to 400F. Cream butter/sugar until light & fluffy. Add yolks & sugar. Then add flour & salt. Mix well, spread dough evenly over non stick jelly roll pan or cookie sheet. Bake 15 min. While dough is baking, start the meringue. Beat whites until frothy at high speed & gradually add sugar. Beat until stiff white peaks form. Spread meringue over dough, sprinkle nuts evenly & bake 5 more minutes. Cool & slice into squares.


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