My Favorite Kitchen Gadget Giveaway!!!
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You have heard me talk about my most favorite kitchen gadget numerous times.
I use it almost every day – from making crab cakes, to protein pancakes and beyond. I use it to chop veggies and make fruit salsa.
To show my appreciation to all of my wonderful readers, I am giving away this guy to one lucky reader:
It should arrive just in time for Thanksgiving, and hopefully will make cooking for this Holiday season a bit more fun. :)
If you already have a mini food processor – this would make an excellent gift!
To enter, leave a comment telling me your best holiday season memory. Contest ends Wednesday, November 11th at 12 noon.
You can earn an extra entry by following me on Twitter and tweeting about this giveaway.
You can earn an extra entry by becoming a fan on Facebook.
Thanks to all of my wonderful readers! :)
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223 Comments on “My Favorite Kitchen Gadget Giveaway!!!”
tweet- was it est at noon? LOL!
My favorite holiday memory was from last year! I got to cook with my family, had the day off and just relaxed and enjoyed their company! We also rented movies, cooked together and slept in on the weekend. No crazy shopping; We stayed at my place the entire weekend. It may seem like a simple thing but in this rush-rush world it was just great!
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Hope I am not too late.
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My favorite holiday memory is when our house got snowed in last year when my sister and I were home after being away for so long at college and grad school. We never get snow, so it was really fun, especially since we had been apart for so long!
ps- Thanks for the giveaway!
Oh I love the Christmas memories of waking up with my siblings Christmas morning and hanging out at the stop of the stairs, looking down on the tree and presents with longing!! We always had to wait until 7:00 when our parents got up, and we would try and guess which Santa gift was for who.
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My favorite holiday memory was when I went to Jamaica during Christmas. It is beautiful there and a great way to spend time with my family.
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I just became a fan on Facebook (under melissa e.) I’ve been dying for a food processor!!
My favorite holiday memory is being with the whole family in disney world watching fireworks.
My favorite memory is celebrating my brother’s birthday with family on Christmas. He’s a Santa baby but my parents always made the birthday stand out more than the holiday.
My favorite memory is baking cookies with my family. Pizzelle’s with my (Italian) grandmother and chocolate chip cookies with my other grandmother…on the same day!
I’m off to find you on FB! ;-)
Oh my goodness!!! I’ve been drooling over one of these for ages! My favorite holiday memories has to be with my grandmother, making copious amounts of sugar cookies from scratch and frosting every last one of them into the wee hours! So much fun, I just love the holidays :)
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Hey guys! Sorry for the confusion, but the contest ended yesterday afternoon. The winner can be found here: http://www.howsweeteats.com/2009/11/11/winner-2/
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Happy (pumpkin) holidays! Love your food attitude, dude!! Favorite holiday memory was 1982, our little premie baby girl was FINALLY released from the hospital just in time to be home for Christmas. She was still tiny enough to fit inside a stocking! After waiting and hoping for YEARS to have a child, that was the BEST Christmas present ever, and now she’s all grown up, age 27!
Would love a food processor to try out even MORE of your recipes – Keep on givin’ us your best ideas! ROCK ON!
I had the best memories of Holidays growing up. We didn’t have a lot of money but we were loved and lived comfortable enough. Mom and dad always gave us a wonderful Christmas. One of the neatest memories is the Christmas morning I woke up and found my Chrissie doll (from the Christmas before) under the tree again with a hot pink crocheted poncho with matching booties to go with her own turquoise pants. I loved it! I still have her wearing it and I am 51 years old. I will treasure it always. I should say also there was a bike sitting there in the living room also but I will still always remember my sweet moms handiwork.
My favorite holiday memory is decorating a cake and lighting the candles on Christmas Eve. We say what we are thankful for that God has given us in honor of Jesus’ birthday. :)
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One of my favorite holiday memories is the great thanksgiving costume contest. We had plans to make costumes from whatever we could find in my parents’ house and then run a turkey trot… one thing led to another and we never made it out the door for that 5k… but costumes included a gravy boat, a native american wearing only rabbit skins (still trying to forget this image), an ear of indian corn, a turkey drumstick, a pilgrim, a giant turkey, a turkey slayer, and the Mayflower. The best part… this is not a long lost childhood memory… it was 3 years ago – Nothing like a bunch of adults who can get down with a costume contest!
I have many many good memories, but my favorite is the first Christmas my then boyfriend ( now hubby) spent together in my tiny apartment. His kids, my kids, grandkids, friends of his kids crammed in there, where we ate, watched movies, ate, opened presents ( I actually had something for everyone), ate, and did I say we ate?
My favourite holiday memory is waking up to discover a lumpy, present stuffed stocking lying at the foot of my bed. Waiting for what seemed like an hour, and was probably 10 or so agonising minutes, before running through to my parents and beginning to unwrap each little parcel. Having turned the bed into a rustling mass of colours we progressed downstairs to find the table already set out and a bounty of treats ready for Christmas. This was all a common Christmas theme in out house, but this year it snowed over Christmas. We waded out into the cold and spent hours enjoying the first white Christmas we’d ever had. The whole day was like living in a postcard.