200th Post Giveaway!

Hi my lovelies! I hope you had a great weekend...mine was stupendous! We were very adventurous, driving a couple of hours away from home in search of Dole Whip (to no avail. Very sad.), hit the Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival and I made the most glorious Boeuf Bourguignon! It wasn't scary or difficult at all. Just a bit time-consuming, but I did it! It's tonight's dinner, so I'll report more on that later.

Now, onto the fun stuff!

Last Thursday, I hit my 200th post. Because you guys truly keep me going, I wanted to have a little giveaway in celebration of this momentous occasion!

I've been very inspired lately by Julia Child and her great vintage kitchen. So whether you're a vintage lover and collector or just starting out, here's a few bits of fun to get you going:

· 1 vintage, handmade apron - black & white check w/ red thread accents, front pocket. Cut-out detailing around hem and on pocket.
Wrap & tie around waist with long ties fits most sizes.
*Sorry, dress and pearls not included!

· 1 vintage hobnail milk glass vase
· 4 vintage Better Homes and Gardens cook books chock full o' the classics:
- Pies and Cakes
- Make-Ahead Cook Book
- Jiffy Cooking
- Blender Cook Book

· 1 Anne Taintor Modern Office notepad
· 6 card stock tags - great for gifts, name tags or seating cards!

How to enter:

Please leave me a comment naming your favorite recipe and why it's your fave. It can be a recipe for anything -- salad, soup, dessert, main course, a great punch - anything goes! No need to write out the recipe...yet!*

The giveaway will end on August 31, 11:59 p.m. EST. Winner will be chosen at random and notified on Sept. 1, 2009. Don't forget to leave me your email address or a way to contact you if you're the winner.

*If ever you would like to share your favorite recipe and story, please let me know. I would love to add it to my growing recipe collection and share it with everyone on the blog, too! That makes everyone a winner :)

Good luck!!


Angel said...

I recently learned to make a chocolate cake that my mother has been making for years. I love it so much. I love that technically it's a recipe for two cakes, because if you put it in a bigger tray and spread it thinner it becomes brownies/biscuits.

writtenbliss said...

One of my many fave recipes is my mother's lasange, which I posted on my old blog here: http://bit.ly/HR37F


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