Saturday, May 12, 2012

KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway - Ends 5-12-12

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js22 said... Best Blogger Tips

what a lot of twitter follows! Sure hope that everyone follows us back.
When I run out of twitter follows, the first to go are those who do not follow me back.
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js22 said... Best Blogger Tips

When I was a kid, I'd be the first one in the house after school. I'd look through my mother's magazines, and sometimes would find a great recipe that I'd make for dessert! I still remember a great lemon meringue pie recipe and a super pie crust recipe that used vinegar and made 5 crusts, and rolled out so nice and easy, and the pie crust dough could be frozen if you didn't need them all right away!
Thanks for the giveaway!
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danw78704 said... Best Blogger Tips

twitted this today

Health said... Best Blogger Tips

I have 25 more follows before I have to start deleting some twitter follows- I delete the oldest ones first. and the pie crust dough could be frozen if you didn't need them all right away!

russrpm said... Best Blogger Tips

Just last Christmas, I came across my grandmother's recipe for sweep potato pie. As soon as the aroma hit me, it was just like being in her kitchen again. Great pie, and wonderful memories.

Melanie said... Best Blogger Tips

My baby girl loves to be my shadow when I'm in the kitchen. This last year she helped me a ton at Christmas time, helping me out. I enjoy making memories with her

melanieinaz2003 at yahoo

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I used to use a kitchen aid with my grandmother to make her donuts. I remember it like yesterday. from mixer to kettle to mouth.

Tamar said... Best Blogger Tips

Tam S. Rafflecopter:

I like baking my mom's apple cake. It reminds me of home. She's 1100+ miles away!

Gricelda said... Best Blogger Tips

I treasure every moment i bake with my two younger kids. I love baking with them and they love baking with me. We have lots of fun together.

Valeta said... Best Blogger Tips

My favorite cooking memory is of my children being obsessed with watching my kitchen aid mixer work its magic!

Sandy said... Best Blogger Tips

Not sure if it really is a memory yet because we still do it....every year at Christmas my sister and my two girls and I get together and spend 2 days baking cooking and making candy. We have a blast.

Dominique said... Best Blogger Tips

The first time I made cookies with my niece. She was only 4. She used to watch me baking a lot in the kitchen, and always wanted to help out. One day when I was babysitting her I decided to give her her first baking experience. I put my apron on her and had to fold it and wrap it around her so many time lol. She had a lot of fun, and even decorated her cookies. They tasted horrible for the adults because they were overly frosted and sprinkled and whatnot. But she had a lot of fun. She's 6 now. We've made pizza, cupcakes, cakes, etc together since. (Nikki Marie on rafflecopter)

Lisa Brooks said... Best Blogger Tips

I was very big into baking, then my DH developed a gluten allergy, so I just stopped. Now, there are so many different Great flours to use, This would be a great item to have.

daniwilliams1982 said... Best Blogger Tips

My most treasured cooking moments are with my Nana. I loved to bake cookies, cakes, and candies. She was the best baker...I miss her so.

Danielle Williams

Tim and Margo Davis said... Best Blogger Tips

My boys like to make Chocolate chip cookies with me. I can bribe them to do just about any amount of cleaning if they get to make cookies. Anytime my 22 mo old sees me get out the sugar or flour (even for something other than cookies) he gets all excited and tries to get out the other ingredients to we can make cookies.

Rosa Castro said... Best Blogger Tips

I have been learning how to cook since I fist came to America and was blessed with living with a family that baked and baked.Everyday,the lady would teach me something about baking until one day,she asked me if I was ready to bake something.That night I baked the family a cake from scratch!!!!! It was delicious and I haven't stopped baking and learning something new.

Gena said... Best Blogger Tips

I love to bake with my family, especially around the Holidays. We make lots of bread, rolls, cookies and pies. It is a tradition full of wonderful memories.

mrsmort809 said... Best Blogger Tips

the first time my husband cooked for us was priceless

Barbara Mayes said... Best Blogger Tips

I remember baking peanut butter cookies with my Mother when I was a little girl. I want to do the same with my granddaughter! Mix them up, use a fork to put crisscrosses on them, sprinkle with sugar and bake!

Brenda Callahan said... Best Blogger Tips

I am by far a professional sort of cook... but the things i need a mixer for.. I really need one like this!! pizza dough, whipped cream.. the things that are tough to mix or take forever to mix :)

My mind ... My thoughts ... NO opinions necessary said... Best Blogger Tips

I eat a whole food unprocessed diet which requires me to come up with some creative recipes. This mixer would help wonderfully with that. Recreating health one meal at a time.

Live*Laugh*Love said... Best Blogger Tips

I remember when I was little me & my cousins & my grandmom we would always help her bake these cookies & this soup dumplings we would roll out the dough for her & get powder all over our face, good times.

PD Wife said... Best Blogger Tips

Love It! I grew up using a food processor a lot and when I moved in with a friend of mine I fell in love with her Kitchen aid. That was the beginning of my love of kitchen aid... I can't wait to try out my family rolls in one of these fabulous mixers!

Crazedmom said... Best Blogger Tips

I have always wanted a KitchenAid for the longest time. I am looking to expand my baking skills due to my new interest in designer cakes and cupcakes.This will definitely help with making a smoother batter.

Delora said... Best Blogger Tips

My Favorite cooking memories are the ones I have with my children helping me :) I can't choose just one!

Katherine O. said... Best Blogger Tips

My favorite cooking memories are the ones when I would help Mama in the kitchen, cooking her famous Spaghetti!!! :) Sooo fun!

Would LOVE to win a KitchenAid!!! Still using an old handheld for my mixing needs:(

Thanks a bunch 4 this chance! :)

Katherine O. said... Best Blogger Tips

I liked & repinned this giveaway! :)

KIACI30 said... Best Blogger Tips

I remember baking with my Mom and when she used to let us lock the spatula after making brownies. :)

RebeccaWM said... Best Blogger Tips

One of my favorite memories is just making buttercream icing in my mums mixer, then just sitting around eating it out of the bowl with my sister. we had so much fun. :)

jules pahos said... Best Blogger Tips

Favorite cooking memories....was watching my young daughters cooking along side my mother. I took lots of pictures each time they did. And now that she is not with us, those memories/pictures are great reminders of the fun, laughs shared and just wonderful memories we have.

Amy said... Best Blogger Tips

I just recently figured out how to make gravy from scratch the way my grandma used to. This was a huge victory for me, as I have been attempting it off and on for years without success. I used to love eating breakfast at her house on weekends when I was a kid. She did the whole southern breakfast from scratch. I'm still trying to replicate her biscuits.

cswoveland said... Best Blogger Tips

awesome giveaway

Leenburke said... Best Blogger Tips

I will always treasure learning to make home made pie crusts with my grandmother!

Lisa said... Best Blogger Tips

Making my grandmother's fabulous chess pie!

Julieh said... Best Blogger Tips

My favorite cooking memory is baking christmas cookies with my grandma.
julie hawkins
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Deborah Hogue said... Best Blogger Tips

I love to cook and bake for the Holidays. My mom loves divinity and I've made it for her for years, yet the last time I made it, the mixer burnt out because the mixture was too thick for it. I would love a kitchenaid so that I could make divinity again.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I remember after just installing a new countertop I was making a lemon icebox pie and I accidentally hit the high speed button on my hand held blender... Lemon explosion... I really need a kitchenaid mixer... soooo bad.

momof5girls said... Best Blogger Tips

My favorite cooking memories are listening to my mom, Grandma, and aunts in the kitchen talking, laughing, and singing together while they prepared our Thanksgiving feast. I miss those days.

heatherc3x3 said... Best Blogger Tips

I love baking Christmas cookies with my kids. Such a wonderful treat for so many in our family. We have a mad baking session and end with piles and piles of fresh cookies.

Ashley Tucker said... Best Blogger Tips

I remember baking a lot with my mom as a kid. I loved it and still love baking!

lgothard said... Best Blogger Tips

my best memories are cooking sweets in the kitchen with my girls. It is a good bonding time

Jessica said... Best Blogger Tips

Every year for Christmas I get together with my family and make my moms special pie!

jessicaahays at hotmail dot com

mail4rosey said... Best Blogger Tips

I treasure my grandmother allowing me to cook with her when I was a kid. From the folded aprons, to rolling out and drying noodles, to even dishes, cooking with her was always such a joy.

Mikelynn said... Best Blogger Tips

DH loves to help me in the kitchen and it is great together time. He loves to experiment and is always suggesting combinations to me for the various dessert I make.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I'd like this for my wife. She doesn't cook very often because of going out to eat but I remember she did fix some pretty decent dishes. I think she needs to do so again. ;)

Tim Moss,

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