Monday, November 17, 2008

Monday Giveaway

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Congratulations to sunnymum for winning last weeks giveaway! We hope she enjoys the bunny or puppy -in-the-box.

Ten days till Turkey! We'll be having a bit of Thanksgiving count down now, with posts either centered on the holiday or the general spirit of generosity, thankfulness, and of course being together as a family.

To kick it off, this week's giveaway is a kids gift that can involve the whole family.

Thanksgiving always marks the start of the holiday cooking and baking season, and it's a great time to get the kids involved. The Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. carries a selection of kids kitchen toys that will make children excited to learn to cook. The Betty Crocker Cookbook for Boys and Girls has tons of classic recipes that are easy for kids to make, from Ice Cream Cone Cakes and Pigs in a Blanket to Cheese Dreams and Sloppy Joes.

But of course it's hard for kids, especially the little ones, to use big heavy pots and pans. So there is the 11 piece stainless steel kids cooking set. This kids cooking set includes a 4 in. diameter stock pot, two pans, three lids, 4 1/2 in long slotted spoon, ladle, spaghetti fork, spatula and strainer. This is a great way to get your child started on their way to becoming a world class chef!

Here's how to win both the Betty Crocker Cookbook for Boys and
Girls and the Kids Cooking Set:

1. Leave a comment on your favorite memory in the kitchen as a kid, or as a mom with your children.
2. Mention how you found this site
3. Check out the Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. to see what other kitchen toys they offer for children.
4. Make sure I can contact you! Either leave an email address in your comment, or make sure that you have contact information on your blog profile.

You can receive an extra entry towards this giveaway if you link to this give-away in your blog and put that link in your comment.

The give-away is open for entries until Sunday, November 23rd, at 11:59PM. Winners will be chosen at random, and announced Monday morning. Good luck!

Note: At this time, the Warm Biscuit Bedding Co. cannot ship give-away items internationally. They apologize for the inconvenience to all of you great people living outside of the U.S.

63 comments:

Calm In The Kitchen said...

I love this giveaway! My favorite memories are of cooking with my 3-year-old. Although it will take an extra 30 minutes to get dinner made when she is helping, the extra 30 minutes of memories make it all worthwile.

I visit your site often and have tons of things on my wishlist! I love the aprons, they are adorable.

I also posted about this giveaway in my blog http://calminthekitchen.blogspot.com/2008/11/great-giveaway.html

mykitchenaffair(at)gmail(dot)com

silverhartgirl said...

I remember make peanut butter cookies with my mom when i was young. It was just us in the kitchen. When the rest of the family came home they loved our cookies.

I love to read blogs and i was doing a search on google blogs and i found your site

I love the Retro Mixer Set

silverhartgirl@gmail.com

cpullum said...

My favorite moment was when my daughter wanted to make cookies all by herself. So I let her read the directions and she did and the cookies came out perfect!!! That was a priceless moment!

Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melody said...

I love cooking with my six-year-old, but recently I gave it a try with my 21-month-old. She happily threw chocolate chips in cookie dough batter (and ate quite a few herself).

nanja said...

My favorite memory Decorating sugar cookies with the children for the holidays. They always "goof" at least one or two up and just "have to" it it!!

Aura said...

My favorite memory in the kitchen is sharing the licking of the beaters with my sister after my mom made her special brownie pie.

I found your site when I recieved warm biscuit towels for my daughter.

I really like the kid recipes. Maybe if my son picked out his own recipe, he would actually eat the food!

Kristie said...

My favorite memory is when I would watch as my mom baked-I think that is why I like to to bake so much now!
I found your blog through Prizey.
I love the Kids Retro Play Stove at Warm Biscuit!
khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Kathleen said...

We had a play baking set as children that had a rolling pin, a rolling mat and cookie cutters. I remember "helping" my mom bake Christmas cookies with it. She's always give me a little dough and I'd roll it out and cut it up. I always felt like I was contributing to the cookie stash, since my mom would always bake my cookies too.

I've been visiting for a while now and have your button on my blog.

I love Warm Biscuit's Retro Play Toaster too!

Missy said...

Yay! I love all things kitchen and can't wait for my little Vi to help out!This set would be absolutely perfect for her growing little hands!
I didn't cook much with my Mom when I was little but I want that so badly for my little girl...I remember having to call from college and ask how to bake a potato!
I stalk your blog regularly...so it isn't hard to find :)

Kama @ Today's Housewife said...

My favorite memory was making pancakes with faces when we spent the night at our grandparents. Who knew food coloring and toothpicks to spread it in the batter could be so fun!!
Ilove the site--thanks for sharing. Cutebibs--reindeer is my favorite.
Found you on mom giveaways.

JULIE said...

My favorite memories of cooking with mom as a child include making cookies on my own little child-size set of bakeware, trying out the recipes from the kid section of her favorite cookbook, and her teaching me how to make cookies and UFO's (Unidentified FRYING Objects--toast with egg in the middle)!!

We are now expecting our first child and I look forward to many similar happy times of cooking with my own children!!

Jessica said...

I treasure the time I spend in the kitchen with my 3 year old. He loves to be mommy's little helper. He gets a kick out of anything I let him help with, even if it's just stirring a pitcher of Kool-Aid!

I think the aprons on their website are adorable!

I found your site through the Mom Giveaways blog! I am going to follow you now. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I love when the kids help me cook. My 5 year old loves to crack the eggs. We call him "egg-man" when we need some eggs cracked.. Yep, sometimes I have to dig out the shells but it is great fun!

chopf712@yahoo.com

Aaren said...

My favorite kitchen memory is making homemade doughnuts. It was a family affair and I am from a family of ten children so it was a big event and the fresh doughnuts didn't last long!
I found this site through momgiveaways.
I have visited the warm biscuit site several times and am always impressed!

Abby said...

I always loved licking the beaters when my mom baked a cake.

ajcmeyer AT go DOT com

Stephanie said...

what a cute giveaway. the retro mixer is adorable. my daughter has just gotten 'into' her play kitchen and this would be a great addition.

I found this through momgiveaways.com
thanks.
stephanie
sgurnsey at yahoo dot com

Brooke said...

This is the cutest cooking set ever! It sure would be used! My favorite cooking memory was about my son.....My grandparents were watching him he was about 4 and I came to pick him up and he was making graham cracker sandwiches with frosting inside with Papa! It was the cutest thing ever! I have pictures of course!

Thank you for offering a great giveaway! Your Awesome!

Brooke said...

I found your blog from Mom Giveaways!
Thanks!

Bettina said...

My favorite memories are always making cookies with my kids. Especially their first experiences with them when all they do is eat the dough and the sprinkles!

bewell75 at gmail dot com

windycindy said...

Hello! What a wonderful prize package. The cookbook and cooking set are adorable! My niece would really enjoy both with her mother. I remember making Christmas cookies with my mom. Neither of us were very good at making the cut out cookies very pretty, but I have never tasted a butter cookie any better than my moms. Please enter me in your delightful giveaway drawing. Honestly, I can't at this time remember how I discovered your site, but I'm very glad that I have. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

janetfaye said...

My favorite memory is baking cookies with my children.

I don't remember how I found this site.

They offer a Kids Retro Mixer Set.

Thank you!

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

Jenn said...

Ohhh.... what a wonderful giveaway!! My favorite memories in the kitchen have to be the ones I am making daily with my 4yo daughter. I so love the time we spend together making meals for our family.

I found your blog on Mom Giveaways!!

Thanks so much for the great giveaway!!

Jessica said...

What a wonderful giveaway.
My favorite memory is of watching my 4 year old bake a cake and decorate it with my husband. She really enjoys helping to stir but I think her favorite part is when she gets to lick the spoon at the end.
I found your site through another blog that I was reading about giveaways. Just something fun to see what is going on in the world.
organicmommy@gmail.com

Anissa said...

My husband loves to cook, and it seems my 2 yr old son is following in his footsteps as he already plays "cooking show" in the kitchen:)
I found your blog while searching for kids cooking toys, as we are getting my son a kitchen set for Christmas, and this would be perfect w/ it!
I also love the retro mixer! Too cute:)

Sally said...

My favorite memory is of my daughter doing her own cooking show that we taped. She still loves watching it after 2 years & has offered to provide another episode - ha!

I found out about your offer through Mom Giveaways.

The girls tea set is adorable!

Thanks for a great offer.

mom2leah[at]gmail[dot]com

Cindi @ Moomettesgramsmusings said...

I remember having a Baking Oven when I was a kid 40+ years ago! My granddaughter 'Lil Moomette loves to play house!

I found your site through Mom Giveaways as I'm have a contest banner exchange on my blog.

http://moomettesgramsmusings.com
moomettesmagnificents06(at)yahoo(dot)com

Sweetpeas said...

I have found memories of making Christmas cookies with my mom every year, now I make them w/ my kids. I found this site through the Mom Giveaways blog.

piece of me said...

I use to help my mom make deviled eggs every Thanksgiving. Now that I'm older its my job to bring them now! I found this site through Mom Giveaways. I like the Easy Bake Oven!
livlifelov at yahoo dot com

Theresa N. said...

My favorite memories are of my grandmothers cooking. Thanks:)
Theresa N
weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

Sarah said...

My favorite kitchen memory is my mom teaching me how to make candies at christmas time when I was little. Last year was my daughters first year as a "watcher". Can't wait to let her help a bit this year! I found you through mom giveaways. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Garett and Maquel Christopher said...

I remember always watching my mom bake cookies and, whenever she turned her back, sneaking some dough!
maquel@emmiekate.com

Patricia said...

I'm a grandmother but, I can still remember my father teaching me how to bake a cake. He started me out on an Angel food cake from scratch. Very hard, but I loved doing it.

Kristin said...

I loved frosting cookies with my mom. I found your site from a link from Freebies for Mom. Thanks for the giveaway!
jkmr1@hotmail.com

Karen said...

My favorite memory is making Christmas cookies and chocolates with my mom and sisters. I plan to start carrying that on with my 4 year old daughter this year. :)

I found this site on momgiveaways.com

judybrittle said...

My favorite memory is baking all the Christmas cookies with my mom. We would make so many we had boxes all over the house filled with our wonderful cookies.
I found your site through mom giveaways.
I just love kids recipes. I do a lot of baking with my grand kids.
judybrittle at aol dot com

furygirl3132 said...

My favorite memories have to be the ones when I was a kid and watching my Grandmother cook and bake in her kitchen. She would create so many wonderful smells and it was just a treasure to be able to watch her. Thanks so much for such a wonderful giveaway!

Eloise
furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

jamielz said...

I used to love licking the batter when i was a kid. I can remember vividly when my mom read that uncooked eggs can cause salmanila and that was the end of the licking.

I found this through a sweestakes site.

jamielz@verizon.net

Anonymous said...

My favorite kitchen memory is being in the kitchen with my sister and my dad baking cookies and playing name that tune to Super Gold!
I found this site through a sweepstakes site.
I also liked the kids recipe cards in the box.
kjc02@msn.com

Veronica said...

My favorite moment in the kitchen is having my son who is 3 help my cook and then sharing the moments together along with mess particularly when licking the bowls and the mixer paddles. THanks for a great giveaway ;)

samsakara said...

I love watching my kids in the kitchen. My son and daughter were helping there dad with banana bread. My three year old picked up a random paper and started to name peanut butter, eggs, sugar, and a spoon. It was cute that he was pretending he could read.

samsakara@twcny.rr.com

EDRing said...

I just started cooking with my 8 year old grandaughter, and have foung that it can be very rewarding. I never had my kids cook with me & have found that I missed a lot.

Ellen
eering99@hotmail.com

Sara G said...

I loved helping my mom make cinnamon rolls, especially the eating them part! I found this blog through momgiveaways & warm biscuit has great wooden toys. I love the benches and rocking horse. germandarius{at}gmail{dot}com

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

I always loved helping my mom with holiday meals, I may just have been making cheese balls and other easy things like that but I knew my whole family would be eating them so it gave me a sense of pride!

I found this on Mom giveaways!

mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

I blogged about this giveaway: Here

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kaylee8 said...

My favorite memory is making rolled out sugar cookies with my mom and sister and cutting them into all kinds of holiday shapes and decorating them will all colors of icing and sprinkles!

Tamara said...

My favorite memory in the kitchen with my mother was I always got to crush up the potato chips for the tuna casserole.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

Tamara said...

I found your site from momsgiveaways.com
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

Tamara said...

Besides the Easy Bake Oven I know my daughter would just love the Mixer set at Warm Biscuit.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

nancy said...

I loved coming home to my mom's fresh baked chocolate chip cookies

sweetsue said...

My favorite memories of my mom in the kitchen is her talking like Julia Child while she cooked.
I found you from Sweepstakes Advantage. Warm Biscuit also offers a wonderful retro looking kitchen playset by Kid Kraft!
smchester at gmail dot com

Megan said...

My favorite memories are the ones I make with my son each night. He loves to help me cook, even though we make more of a mess than we actually make food! I am so blessed to have a kid that wants to spend time with me, and some day when he is a dreaded teenager, I will look back at these days and smile a little smile!

I found you through Mommyhood id Thankless! You have an awesome site and a great giveaway! Thanks for a chance!

p.s. you can find my email on my blog!

ellen cunningham said...

Every Christmas eve my sisters and I would go to my Nana's and make sugar cookies and then she would make us each our own meatloaf muffin. Thanks for the chance, sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com.

Teresa690 said...

My kids love to help me make popcorn balls. Its a sticky mess, but everyone has so much fun! Thanks!

Stephanie Bruce said...

my favorite memories are making cupcakes with my boys this year for their first week of school. we stirred together they got to frost the cupcakes and decorate each one special

K Amos said...

My friend gave me this site. My favorite memory was making gullets one by one with the gullet iron at Christmas.

Carolyn said...

My mom died when I was a kid, but my aunt used to make Christmas cookies every year with us. She never minded the mess and it was so fun!

lunadelmar said...

As a child my Nana raised me, every Christmas we made Italian cookies for Christmas abnd rolled Christmas cokies with Anise. I have 4 children that all did the same with me. I so miss those little thumb prints. I now have 8 grandchildren and another on the way. I am a very blessed woman , I have made cookies with all 8 grandchildren.The recipes have been handed down through 5 generations and the smiles go on forever. I am so thankful for my family.
lunadelmar_99@yaho.com

calgirl said...

I can still see my son having to peel 5 pounds of potatoes and he thought it was torture.

PowerSweepstaking said...

favorite memory in the kitchen was licking the bowl anytime Mom would bake

Peggy said...

I always believed to have a fun time in the kitchen and being a Mom of 3 sons and 1 daughter my hands were always cooking something. I loved to allow the kids to have fun cooking. I just had a birthday party for my son ,I got all the makings for pizza and allowed everyone to make their own. The party was a hit,my son made a heart pizza for his grandmother and he is 22.
matternu@aol.com

Brooke said...

When we made our first pumpkin pie together, my daughter said that she wanted to grow up and go to pumpkin pie cooking school.

I visit you regularly, so I found you long ago.

I love the Easy Bake oven from the site.

l o t s w i f e (at) g m a i l (dot) c o m

klp1965 said...

every christmas eve my mom would make home made cream puffs our lil faces would light up as we begged to lick the spoons :)

Heather said...

I loved that my daughter wanted to learn to cook. Watching her cut tomatoes with a safe-cut knife was so adorable!

A friend gave me your site info.

I like the aprons!