A Few of My Favorite Cooking Tools Giveaway!

Congratulations to Debbie, comment #320, who said: “I love honey baked ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans and coconut cake!”

Kitchen Tool Giveaway! from addapinch.com

 

Happy Thursday! Today, I’m flying out to meet a few friends for a fun weekend in California. We’ve been planning our get together for a little while now, but I have to say that this week, I’ve been in a tizzy trying to get everything ready to be gone for a few days. You would think I was going to be gone for a month!

But, there’s just something about knowing that I won’t be home that has me trying to make sure that everything is in the proper place, everyone has all their clothes washed and ironed that they could possibly need, the dogs are groomed, the linens are changed, and the list goes on.

In other words, if you happen to be my seatmate on the flight out from Atlanta tomorrow, please excuse my snoring!

And, on a brighter front, I thought it would be fun to have a giveaway of some of my favorite kitchen tools! You guys in?

Here’s the set:

Wooden spoon – couldn’t live without ‘em. Love, love, love.

Really great knife – this one is a fancy-pants 200th Anniversary 8-inch cook’s knife. (I’m hearing Dana Carvey saying, “Welllll, aren’t you special.” Ha! Remember those skits. I miss those so.)

Silicon spatula – goodness gracious. If you’ve never tried one of these you are going to love it. Love.

Wooden cutting board – I love Boos boards. They are just so well made and, with great care, they last and last.

12-inch skillet – okay, you knew that was coming didn’t you? Come on. You did. An absolute essential for any kitchen.

 

Giveaway:

I’m giving away a set of some of my favorites to one lucky member of the Add a Pinch family. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling me about your favorite Easter meal. That’s easy enough, right?

Giveaway ends Friday, March 20th at 11:59 PM eastern.

Good luck! And please, say a prayer that I don’t really embarrass myself snoring on the plane. Okay?

Love you guys. You are truly the best!
Robyn xo

 

 

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  1. 456

    Ashley C says

    My favorite Easter meal is ham, green bean casserole, croissants, and fruit salad :)

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  2. 458

    Leslie says

    Wen my 2 sons were young, our Easter meal tradition was that each of us could choose a favorite dish. I would make 1 favorite for each of the 4 of us. We had a strange meal that didn’t really go together. One year we had crab legs, steak, biscuits and gravy, asperigus, and lemon pie. Weird but fun.

  3. 460

    Susan Bagley says

    We love spiral cut ham and twice baked potatoes with green beans. Then I like to make some yummy split pea soup with the ham bone and left-over ham.

  4. 465

    Tamara says

    MY FAVORITE EASTER WAS WHEN I WAS YOUNG. WE USUALLY WENT TO MY AUNTS HOUSE. WE ALWAYS HAD HAM, MASHED POTATOES, FRESH COOKED GREEN BEANS, CORN, YAMS, PUMPKIN PIE, PECAN PIE, CHOCOLATE PIE, BANANA PUDDING, HOMEMADE ROLLS, SWEET ICE TEA, LEMONADE, HAWAIIAN PUNCH, AND HOMEMADE ICE CREAM.

    IN ATTENDANCE: MY PATERNAL GREAT GRANDFATHER, MY PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS, MY MOM AND DAD, 2 GREAT UNCLES, 3 GREAT AUNTS, 6 AUNTS, 4 UNCLES, AND 23 COUSINS. THESE WERE ALL ON MY DAD’S SIDE. MY MOM’S FAMILY LIVED IN ANOTHER STATE. WHEN WE WENT TO VISIT MOM’S FAMILY THERE WERE EVEN MORE COUSINS AND 2ND COUSINS AS WELL AS GRANDPARENTS, AUNTS AND UNCLES.

    WONDERFUL MEMORIES!

  5. 467

    Lindsay C. says

    I always look forward to stuffed cabbage. My grandmother used to make this for the family holidays so its something that brings back memories whenever i eat it. Another favorite is deviled eggs! I cannot wait to make them!!

  6. 469

    Jan Walker says

    My favorite Easter meal is pineapple brown sugar glazed ham. We usually serve potato salad, baked beans and hot rolls fresh from the oven. For dessert we love the strawberry pie.

  7. 470

    Kay Myers says

    My favorite Easter meal is baked ham with pineapple and brown sugar (yum), deviled eggs,
    Homemade scalloped potatoes, peas and dinner rolls. Dessert varies from year to year.

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