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    November 2018 
                                                                       
   In this issue:   
  • Let the Holiday Season Begin!
  • December Specials: Give-a-Sh*t + Dips
  • Recipe: Sweet and Savory Acorn Squash
Let the Holiday Season Begin!
 
Cozy Up and Get Shopping!
  
Can you believe it? It's already the holiday season! Time for Christmas music wherever you go, pumpkin spiced everything, sweaters, and... discounts.

Luckily, you don't have to wait for Black Friday to do all your shopping, because we've got discounts all month long (and then some!). Our seasonings make excellent gifts, ranging from the perfect stocking stuffers to over-the-top gift packs, and of course it's wise to stock up on your own pantry too, while the gettin's good.

November Special
     
 
Give-a-Shit Gift Pack + DipShit Sampler  
 Gift Pack includes 3 bottles of gourmet seasonings
(you choose which ones!)
PLUS 3 each of DipShit for Fruit and DipShit for Vegetables
 
   Regularly a $42.99 value for only $34.99! 
Click  Here to Order Now!
Use Coupon Code:  GASDIPS 
 
This offer is only available through this newsletter and expires 11/30/18.   
Recipe: Sweet and Savory Acorn Squash (feat.  GoodShit)  
Sweet and Savory Acorn Squash (feat. GoodShit)  
 
Roasted acorn squash is tasty and simple to prepare, making it a great side dish-- in season just in time for Thanksgiving!   
      
Ingredients 
* 2 acorn squashes
* 1/4 stick of butter, melted
* GoodShit


Preparation
1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
2. Wash the squash, and then cut the squash in half, tip to end. Helpful hint: if you microwave the squash for about 3 minutes or so before cutting it, it will soften up a bit so it's easier to cut (they're really hard!). Make sure you allow it to cool a little before attempting to cut it. Then, scoop out the seeds from each half of the squash.
3. Place the squash halves onto a baking sheet. Rub the inside of the squash halves with melted butter, and then sprinkle with GoodShit.
4. Place the baking sheet into the oven and roast for about 50-60 minutes, or until the squash is very tender when poked with a fork.  
 
Every year, my family and I are amazed at how much we have to be thankful for, and we are extremely thankful for our wonderful customers. Have yourselves a fantastic Thanksgiving!

Dan Martin 
(the SpecialShit Guy)
 
 
 
Dan Martin  (the SpecialShit Guy)
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