Win The Seasonal Cookbook and Goodies from Bonne Maman

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Make It Shabby have teamed up with Bonne Maman to give one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of The Seasonal Cookbook plus two jars of products from the Bonne Maman range.

Full of delicious recipes for the colder months, you’ll find yourself picking this book up throughout the rest of the year too. Read what we had to say about The Seasonal Cookbook here. 


Enter to win:

For your chance to win leave a comment telling us your favourite winter recipe.


Extra chances to win can also be gained by:

1. Following Make It Shabby on Facebook and mention the competition in your status, linking back to this page.

2. Following Make It Shabby on Twitter and tweet about the competition, linking back to this page.

3. Following Make It Shabby on Google+ and mentioning this competition, linking back to this page.

4. Subscribing to the Make It Shabby fortnightly newsletter.

5. Subscribing to Make It Shabby daily email updates.

Make sure you leave a separate comment below for each entry method used.


The competition closes at 23.59 on 30th November 2014. UK entries only.


128 thoughts on “Win The Seasonal Cookbook and Goodies from Bonne Maman

  1. Baked Butternut squash stuffed with onion, garlic, sultanas and ground cumin, with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of veggie mozzarella on top for the last few mins of cooking!!

  2. Beef stew made with Guinness and herby dumplings served with either mashed potatoes (must use butter and milk) or a really good bread.

  3. In the winter my slow cooker is on almost every day! I love making a hearty beef casserole. No two are ever the same as I literally call it beef bitsa – Just Bits of this and that thrown in the pot – whatever veg need eating up etc

  4. My favourite is a bowl of spicy sweet potato, butternut squash & ginger soup. The colour and the spices are as warming as the hot soup itself.

  5. My favourite recipe is my mums Neck of lamb stew with split peas, red lentils and of course home made cheese dumplings.

  6. I’m following you on twitter and google, and liked you on facebook – not sure what you mean by ‘linking back to this page’. The post I commented on in facebook already contained a link to this page.

  7. Homemade Yorkshire puddings, the large ones, filled with a rich meaty stew and then a little one for dessert with jam!

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