Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Cookin Explosion! 5/31

Ever Dream of the Giveaways Of All Giveaways?
Well this is it!




We want to thank all our great sponsors for these fabulous prizes And we would like you to take a moment to show your appreciation by visiting some of their sites and taking a look around!

The Gifts:     
            








All these wonderful gifts are Courtesy of:

Paula DeanThe Neely'sReplacements LTDWholly GuacamoleBob Evans RestaurantsGooseberry Patch, , Ergo Chef
Southern Seams Custom Made Aprons   
Rubbermaid - Helping people get organized for living. 
H.F Coors - All American Made in the USA Dinnerware, lead free, chip resistant. 
Open Sky -Connect with experts in food, health, style and design on this social network. 
Regal Cookware - Leading U.S. manufacturer of high-quality made in the U.S.A. stainless steel cookware.  
Robinson Home Products - Leader in the design, development, and marketing of high-quality kitchen and dining items for our licensed and owned brands sold throughout North America. 
Wendy's Restaurant -Wendy's® is the real choice in fast food. We deliver quality fresh food with real ingredients that provide the best tasting fast food.   
1SaleADay.com where every day is a Sale Day! Donated the prizes Lock N Lock storage set and Sunbeam pots and pans.
Cook'n organize and store all your favorite recipes! from DVO





With special thanks to Bea's Gift Baskets for adding this beautiful gift basket. Bea offers the perfect basket for any occasion from wedding and baby gifts to corporate gifts for those executives you need to impress.

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And did I mention we have a
KINDLE FIRE
 to giveaway?


All these fabulous gifts will be going to ONE Lucky Winner!

Now All We Want To Know Is...



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Thank  Kim Davis at Bloggity Blog and All My other Wonderful Blogger Friends who helped me make this dream a reality.

"If we couldn't dream, our lives wouldn't mean anything anymore." 
-GEORG KAISER, The Raft of the Medus


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35 comments:

  1. Yes my mother and grandmother both...I remember many memories in the kitchen us all cooking for family get togethers or making cookies. GREAT times!

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  2. My favorite cook was my dad. He would make awesome meals from scratch and he loved to bake from scratch also.

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  3. yes my mother! Everything that she made was good! I miss it though. :(

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  4. My great grandmother was an excellent cook raised on a farm in France. I didn't eat with her often but her cooking was fabulous.

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  5. I taught myself to cook and I love it!

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  6. I'm my favorite cook,I remember when my boys were little we used to make cookies together. I taught them both to cook so now that they are men they are able to cook for themselves and others.

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  7. my mother was a great cook. she would spend days cooking for the high holy days. unfortunately, i did not inherit her love for cooking, my motto "if you cant nuke it, forget it"...i dont like to cook, dont like to clean up afterwards, not a housewife at all. i remember sitting on the kitchen counter watching my mother cook....i was not a big eater when i was young, my parents had to entice me to eat, was a skinny kid....then puberty hit....not i have to watch everything i eat..

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  8. My Grandma was an awesome cook, she always made everything from scratch. I remember her teaching me to make biscuits, hers were the best, but mine are pretty darn good.

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  9. Going to my Grandma Holmes house for the weekend was so wonderful. She cooked all day for us. I loved her Glorified Rice the best!

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  10. My Mother and Grandmother were both amazing cooks. I have lots of wonderful memories cooking with them.

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  11. well my mother is not a kitchen fan but my husband is. he can make delicious dishes out of nothing

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  12. I taught myself most everything I know about cooking. I enjoy being creative and love to hear my family comment on how wonderful everything is!

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  13. I taught myself most everything I know about cooking. I enjoy being creative and love to hear my family comment on how wonderful everything is!

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  14. My Grandma was the most amazing cook. Everything was from scratch. She taught me alot.

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  15. My favorite cook is me--I just love cooking for family and friends, so much so that I have hosted Thanksgiving dinner every year for the past 30 years.

    shelly sawicki lash neuhouser

    mneuhouser@gmail.com

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  16. My favorite cook is my grandmother. She was from the Ukraine watching her make Roby was awesome

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  17. The favorite cook in my life is my grandma. She always makes the best meals, and you can bet she's the first I call when needing a recipe!! Mmm her frosting, better than store bought any day!

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  18. I'd have to say my husband is my favorite cook because he's always coming up with something new and yummy--and it's usually something we love!

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  19. my favorite cook was my grandfather he made so much delicious spanish food it was amazing:)

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  20. My favorite cook is either my mom or my aunt because they both made extremely good, authentic Chinese, Japanese, and Thai food.

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  21. I loved watching my Mom and Grandma cook together. They always had so much fun baking cookies at Christmas

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  22. My favorite cook is my father in law, he makes such wonderful food and he always go the extra mile to make a little something for everyone!
    urbancwgrl84(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  23. My favorite cook is my mother. I love watching her cook and we have fun at holidays making special cakes and cookies!

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  24. carol christensenMay 15, 2012 at 7:36 PM

    my mother and her mother ( my grandma) both taught me how to cook. i was told that i am now a great cook. my husband blames his weight on my good cooking. this would make a great kitchen gift if i would win this . i could cook even more for more people.

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  25. My Granny is may favorite cook. She seen that at a young age, I took a lot of interest in baking and mailed me a cookie cookbook when I was only 8. I have been baking from scratch ever since. She has taught me a lot. Now, the greatest joy is when she asks ME for my recipe!

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  26. My dad is my favorite cook, everything he makes is amazing and he's the first person to teach me how to cook!:)

    Cara James

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  27. My mom always had homade rolls and bread ready for us when we got home from school.

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  28. I learned to cook from both of my grandmas and my mom. I loved being in the kitchen with them all.

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  29. My mom was definitely my favorite cook. It has always been difficult to duplicate her fantastic recipes. Lemon meringue pie was one of my absolute favorites!

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  30. I would definitely have to say my mom. She taught me almost everything I know. I also look up to my mother-in-law. She's got some great recipes and I can always call her if I have a question about anything cooking/baking-related.

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  31. My favorite cook is definitely my grandma! She could make something good out of barely anything. Growing up, it seems as she had to support all of her children's children and she did a great job! We were always fed, even with the little money she had! I love you Grandma!!

    Blessings,
    Jessi Greenmamajama

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  32. My Mom was my fav. cook, I miss the homemade meals :(

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  33. I remember learning how to cook some of my grandmother's favorite recipes (family polish recipes) and having her tell me that I needed to learn them because my mother never could.
    I miss my gram...

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  34. My favorite cook is my boyfriend. He can pretty much make anything and make it fabulous. Together we make an awesome pair for holidays and special events, but without him I'm mush! I've always told him he should go to cooking school.

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