{Giveaway} Cooking for Comfort Cookbook

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of the National Pork Board. Opinions and text are my own.

Enter to Win 1 of 4 Hard Copies

Last week, after I shared my Tropical Ham Salad Sandwich recipe I promised their would be a cookbook giveaway coming up. The National Pork Board has given me 4 hard copies of the Cooking For Comfort cookbook to giveaway to 4 lucky readers! Wait for the rafflecopter widget to load (or click on the link below) and enter to win! Giveaway open to US residents 18+. Giveaway ends at 11:59pm 12/18/2013.

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of the National Pork Board. I received compensation to create this recipe, and opinions and text are my own.


  1. Pernil is my favorite.

  2. Angelica Arrizon

    BBQ ribs and pulled pork

  3. Pam Gurganus

    My favorite pork recipe is chili rub slow cooker pulled pork.

  4. Jennifer

    pork chops on the grill

  5. Pulled BBQ pork sandwiches

  6. We love a BBQ spiced rubbed pork chop!

  7. My favorite pork recipe is 40-clove garlic pork chops…

  8. Pulled pork or carnitas!

  9. I love a pork roast with rosemary.

  10. I love a good pulled pork sandwich!

  11. Love your blog. Thank you for the opportunity to enter the Cooking For Comfort Cookbook. Merry Christmas.

  12. Michele Butterworth

    Our favorite pork recipe is baked pork chops with all the trimmings. We love your blog. Keep up the good work.

  13. pulled pork is my favorite

  14. It would have to be pork tenderloin in white wine sauce and some lemon.

  15. pulled pork sandwich

  16. Pork roast and apples is on the menu tomorrow!

  17. I love smothered pork chops.

  18. BBQ Ribs!

  19. carnitas are my favorite

  20. Stephanie Olmsted

    Carolina style bbq…. yum. One of my pregnancy cravings.

  21. Donna Reece

    Pork is awesome! Shredded with bbq sauce on a soft bun–yummy!

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