Father’s Day Giveaway Winner!

A Father’s Day Giveaway including so many of Bart’s favorite things: Yeti cooler, instant read thermometer, grilling tools and an Add a Pinch cookbook! 

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Congratulations to Kellie Murray, comment #318, as winner of the Father’s Day Giveaway!

Happy Father’s Day week, friends! Can you believe it is already time to celebrate those special Dads? It seems like we were just celebrating Easter! The old saying of “the days are slow, but the years are fast” is really beginning to sink in the older that I become!

I asked Bart what he’d like for Father’s Day this year and his answer was, “Nothing! I don’t need a thing, but I would love a special breakfast and a supper if you can.”

And you know what, I totally understand. I was the same way about Mother’s Day. All I asked for was time. Time with my family just enjoying each other’s company. The busier we all become, the more I try to slow down the clock or at least hang on tight! 🙂

So, I have the meals all planned and thought I’d share some of Bart’s favorite things as a fun Father’s Day Giveaway. 


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We are huge fans of Yeti. From their tumblers, coolers, and accessories to go with them. I just knew I had to include this personal sized Yeti Hopper Flip Cooler. I think your special guy (or you!) will find it to be a trusty sidekick, too!

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The giveaway also includes this Oxo Instant Read Thermometer. Around our house, Bart and I are always blaming the other one for taking the instant read thermometer. Well, that was until Christmas when Santa brought him his own! 🙂 These are perfect for quickly checking the temp of meat, fish, and even vegetables when cooking so that it is perfect every time!

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And good grill tools are an essential around our house, too! Sometimes you can get elaborate sets with items that you rarely use. These are the go-to  grill tools that we love.

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And of course, you just might like some of my family’s absolute favorite recipes, too! The Add a Pinch Cookbook is filled with so many of Bart’s favorites (and Sam’s, too!) that I just know you and/ or your special guy will find plenty to enjoy! Like the wings, or the ribs, or the brisket, or the peach crisp, or maybe even the cinnamon rolls. Heck there are too many to name them all!

Giveaway Details

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this blog post about your favorite Father’s Day menu!

The giveaway ends Thursday, June 22nd at 11:59 PM eastern. One lucky Add a Pinch reader will be selected at random from the comment entries on this blog post. The winner will be contacted by email and this post will be updated.

Best of luck!
Robyn xo

This post is provided by Add a Pinch and Robyn Stone. 

527 comments on “Father’s Day Giveaway Winner!”

  1. Fresh grilled Tbone steak, , homemade potato salad, corn, macaroni and cheese with homemade ice cream and a cream cheese poundcake.

  2. I don’t quite have the menu figured out, but I am definitely making his best friend’s mom’s peanut butter oreo cheese cake, his favorite!! I have a feeling I may make orange chicken too! Another favorite!

  3. Grilled chicken with my Dad’s special barbeque sauce recipe, garlic buttered new potatoes with fresh parsley, bacon cilantro pinto beans, and homemade chocolate custard pie with whipped creme for dessert.

  4. Carne asada flank steak eith Mexican corn and homemade green chili cheddar mashed potatoes

  5. He just got a new grill so burgers, steaks, dogs, brats what ever floats his boat.

  6. This will be our first Father’s Day since Dad died but our prayers and thoughts will be with him. On Father’s Day, we used to typically do Dad’s favorites….burgers and hot dogs or brats on the grill, potato salad, baked beans, sweet corn and of course, some delectable dessert, preferably homemade Cherry Pie for Dad.

  7. Father’s Day is very special at our house. We have a cookout which consists of your Skillet Steak with Gorgonzola Herbed Butter, fresh vegetables on the grill and your Best White Cake for dessert.

  8. Fresh fried white perch fish with home fries and coleslaw. That is his favorite and since he worked so hard at fishing and this is Father’s Day, then I will do the frying. And maybe banana pudding for dessert, that is always a winner.

  9. Tried and true BBQ Chicken with a handed down family sauce, grilled corn on the cob, baked beans, and BlackBerry drop cobbler. Mmmmmm!

  10. I remember fixing fried chicken, home made biscuits, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes,gravy and Home made Apply pie and you got it home made vanilla ice cream. Busy day for me but it was fun and enjoyed by everyone most of all my beloved Dad.

  11. Maple bacon chipotle bone in pork chops with pierogies laoded with bacon cheese and sour cream. And a nice summer ale to go with it

  12. Steaks and vegetables on the grill, potato salad, corn on the cob, clam chowder and Your best white cake.

  13. My husband requested my shrimp scampi for father’s day, on a bed of asparagus 🙂

  14. Hard shell crabs, layered salad, turtle soup, and lots of ice cold beer.

  15. My daughter and I make brunch and dinner for my son in law and my husband. Our granddaughter is 21 months old and loves to help. She really does help! Mostly we choose a theme such as Mexican, Italian, etc. We usually spend all day in the kitchen making everything from scratch.

  16. My husband likes classic bacon cheeseburgers served with french fries and corn on the cob.

  17. we always do steaks on the grill with grilled potatoes and grilled veggies, this year we added grilled fruit as in pineapple and peaches

  18. A great steak with the traditional sides of salad and baked potato.

  19. Succulent scotch fillet topped with a creamy prawn white sauce seasoned with basil… Not complete without a side of perfectly mashed potato and asparagus! 😀

  20. We love ribs, pasta salad, baked potatoes, and corn on the cob for Father’s Day!

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