December 3, 2013

Day 5 Giveaway


Now We're Cooking!

• Recipe binder
• Recipe box and recipe cards
• Cupcake wrappers
• Dry-erase board
• List pads and sticky notes


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Good luck!



138 comments:

  1. I ceratinly keep a lot of sugar on hand this time of the year! Thanks again for the cute give away!

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  2. Cream of Tartar is a must have in my house.

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  3. Just one ingredient, hmmm.... cinnamon. We seem to use a lot. Love this prize~ thanks for the chance!

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  4. Cornmeal for my dressing. If I don't make dressing, no one will come :)

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  5. Colored sprinkles for the cookies!

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  6. Icing Sugar! A must for making icings and for sprinkling on cakes

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  7. I enjoy cooking and every week must be Paella or Tortilla de patata, I`m from Spain.Thanks for the fun!!

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  8. Brandy; it's the best way to set the pudding on fire.

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  9. Chocolate! Thank you for the fun!

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  10. This is about the only time of year when I use dates -- they go in a delicious nut bread recipe I make at Christmas. Other than that, I need all the standard baking ingredients -- in large quantities!

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  11. Pecans - I use them in lots & lots of cookies. Thanks.

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  12. Lots of flour and sugar for Christmas cookie baking!

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  13. Something I don't usually have is candied fruit, so it's something I do buy at Christmas time because I love fruitcake.

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  14. Molasses! I love gingersnaps and my family loves chocolate ginger bread cookies, so molasses is a must as I don't make these cookies any other time of year :)

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  15. I love ginger! So spicy and warm.

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  16. Ginger for cookies. I only do them around christmastime.

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  17. I use cinnamon for baking cookies, bread, etc.

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  18. Pumpkin! I love anything and everything "pumpkin."

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  19. Chocolate and lots of it!!!!!!!!!

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  20. Bread flour and chocolate chips.

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  21. I need ginger as I use it for gingerbread men and also make a big tray of chocolate gingerbread.

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  22. Chocolate chips and marshmallow cream for fudge:)

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  23. Thin mint chips and hot chocolate mix!

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  24. Walnuts! But I like Janet M's ingredient better ;)

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  25. Flour and sugar, I do lots of baking.

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  26. Cream Cheese! tons of it! In cheesecake, pumpkin rolls, a dab in some mashed potatoes, I make a killer breakfast fruit roll with it and blackberries....yummy!

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  27. Cream cheese to make my mothers famous cherry cheesecake!!!!

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  28. Sugar, flour, butter, powdered sugar, and chocolate chips are the must have ingredients for the holidays.

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  29. Beef jerky. My kids would run me out of town if there wasn't some for Christmas Eve movie night.

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  30. Ginger to make ginger cookies that are rolled in sugar. Great for gift giving and everybody loves them.

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  31. Cream Cheese!! We use it in desserts and appetizers.

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  32. A good cinnamon and lots of chocolate chips!

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  33. Must have BUTTER! Spices are great, but butter is so indulgent :)

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  34. Organic dark chocolate and lots of coffee!

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  35. have to have cherries on hand for Holiday cake! :)

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  36. Pumpkin, I have to make pumpkin bread and lots of it.

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  37. I must have brown sugar during the holidays! Walnuts are preferred over pecans; Mexican vanilla over regular; and BUTTER!!!

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  38. I have to have gum drops to make my Christmas Gum Drop Cake every year!

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  39. Pecans for cookies, pies, cakes and to be sugared!

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  40. Cinnamon... and probably some rum:)

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  41. My favorite Christmas cookie has almond extract and I don't use that much throughout the year, so I always have to make sure I have it before I begin my baking.

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  42. Stephen's hot chocolate mix. Especially hazelnut!

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  43. Sugar! Not sure how we could have Christmas without it! ;)

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  44. Yeast! I bake a lot of bread during the Christmas season, so bulk yeast is a must have around the house

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  45. Vanilla & peppermint - for cookies, drinks & scenting the house.

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  46. Vanilla. I always make sure I have an extra bottle on hand otherwise I run out at the most inconvenient times.

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  47. Pecans - a must have for Christmas baking. Have to have a pecan pie! And for cookies, breads, cakes, ....

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  48. Pecans are a must for me too. I make cinnamon sugar pecans for gifts.
    tstanulis@mac.com

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  49. Lots of cinnamon and delicious chocolate!!

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  50. PECANS !

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  51. Cinnamon & pecans!

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  52. Vanilla is a must have for me all year round but especially at the holidays and in cupcakes :) Just finished making my own vanilla extract for the first time!

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  53. Butter. I use smart balance margarine in my everyday life, so I concede to butter for the holiday baking.

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  54. Spiced sugar is my must-have. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  55. What a beautiful package! Baking is one of my favorite things to do during the holidays!

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  56. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  57. We love cinnamon at our house. Spiced sugar sound good.

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  58. I love the smell of anything baking.
    Shawn

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  59. I have to use sugar and cocoa for sure.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  61. Cute cute cute stuff!!! The thing I have to have is GINGERBREAD!!

    Loved your post on the Moda ... cutting table! Joy is my "thing".

    b.

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  62. Chocolate, of course. Thanks for the chance.

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  63. I have to have chocolate-it makes the holidays!

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  64. It's not the holidays without cinnamon--the scent as well as the spice!

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  65. This is a tricky one... Fruits, lots of them!

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  66. Well, I think it would have to be butter!

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  67. Butter!! For all the yummy Christmas cookies we baked!

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  68. Almond paste for almond tea bread. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. Flour ... does that count? Flour for baking cookies, brownies, breads ... treats! Thank you for these opportunities Kate!! Adore all your designs :)

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  70. What a beautiful post about Joy, thank you that gave me plenty to reflect on at a time when we are grateful for a family members return to good health.

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  71. Brown sugar & Cinnamon & Chocolate! And Fine sugar powder

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  72. Cranberries! I love anything with cranberry in it. Current favorite is the Thomas' english muffins with cranberries! yum

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  73. Food coloring for icing cookies and cakes!

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  74. Anything with cinnamon or brown sugar. Judy C in NC

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  75. Cinnamon seems to go into a lot of recipes. Also nutmeg. thanks crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  76. Cinnamon and nutmeg for fruit crisps and cookies, Susan in MD

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  77. My go to spice is of course cinnamon! But My boys love peanut butter balls rolled in Swiss mocha international coffee powder! Thanks so much for the giveaways! Take care, Leslie

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  78. My go to spice is of course cinnamon! But My boys love peanut butter balls rolled in Swiss mocha international coffee powder! Thanks so much for the giveaways! Take care, Leslie

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  79. I MUST have walnuts--I use them in everything! Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  80. I have to have filberts (hazelnuts) in the house during the holiday season. They're in a bowl on the table for snacking, and I put them in a lot of cookies too. :)

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  81. Cream Cheese and crushed pineapple.

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  82. Have to have cranberries and pecans.

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  83. sweetener, butter, cinnamon, vanilla

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  84. Pumpkin flavor cookies, pie, rollups, ice cream, yummmmm. Great giveaways!

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  85. Hmm, it has to be cinnamon. I use it throughout the year but more during the holidays. Thanks for the wonderful giveaways. Blessings and smiles, Emilou :-)

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  86. Pumpkin! And yellow cake mix and the stuff to make the cake. That way I can make my "pumpkin cake" which is really a pumpkin pie with a yellow cake "crust" and a streuselly topping....8-)

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  87. dried cherries, coconut and chocolate chips.

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  88. Aah....chocolate? i think so!

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  89. Coconut and chocolate! Yum. yoyopattycakes@hotmail.com

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  90. Sorry but it has to be alcohol! It is awfully hot here at Christmas time and nothing beats an ice cold champagne during Christmas celebrations!

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  91. I need chocolate chips. I make a truffle pie and I just have to have my chocolate chip cookies!
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  92. I have to have vanilla and pecans (of which there is a shortage this year!)

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  93. My husband cooks, so my secret ingredients are my crafting and sewing supplies!

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  94. Sugar for all the cookies - plus flour, eggs, and BUTTER

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  95. Powdered sugar to make icing for sugar cookies

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  96. I must have dates and walnuts for cookies and breads!

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  97. Hopping over from Sarah C's blog... Congrats to Sarah for winning a previous days giveaway! Beautiful items today too Kate. I'm confused though as everyone seems to be answering a question but I didn't read one... HELP... Thanks for the great giveaway! Karen on Keuka

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  98. Oh silly me... Now I see the raffle copter question... Got ahead of myself... For Baking Sugar is a must have... Along with flour and butter for all of those wonderful cookies... And don't forget the nuts!

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  99. Marshmallow fluff and white Karo syrup to make all my fudges and divinity, pecan and English walnuts to make my candied, spicy, and so many different way nuts. thanks

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  100. vanilla- i just bought a huge bottle of real vanilla extract at sams club to have on hand for christmas cookies and desserts :)

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  101. I must have chocolate chips during the holidays for baking!

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