King Arthur Flour Giveaway

As you all know, Hubby and I have a small kitchen. We have a rule in our house. If we buy anything new (especially for the kitchen) we have to get rid of something of the similar size. This rule leads to tough decisions on a regular basis. I’ve decided that I’m going to pass on the majority of my free King Arthur Flour goodie bag to you!

I decided to offer up the following to one lucky reader: Lemon Bars Mix, a 5 lb bag of Whole Wheat Flour, a box of the unbleached cake flour, a plastic scraper, and the Whole Grain Baking Cookbook!

This is going to be a quick 48-hour giveaway, so enter now! A winner will be announced on Thursday.

Some rules:
– Enter by 12:00 NOON (EST) Wednesday, September 29
– One lucky winner will be chosen at random
– US mailing addresses only

To enter, in honor me making Chicken Tikka Masala for my Second Challenge for Project Food Buzz, leave a comment answering:
– What is your favorite ethnic food? Have you ever tried to make it at home?

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10 Responses to “The America’s Test Kitchen Menu Cookbook (autographed copy) Giveaway”

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    CecilCake — January 6, 2012 at 2:01 pm

    My last huge successful meal is the crown roast from Bon Apetite magazine. I almost canceled making it when I found out how much it cost, but ended up making it anyway. I’m glad I did, everybody loved it!

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    CecilCake — January 6, 2012 at 2:05 pm

    I Tweeted your giveaway!

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    Heather — January 6, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    My last hugely successful meal was sundried tomato and artichoke stuffed chicken breasts for 60you people! I have never cooked for that many people at once but with the help of my Mom we pulled it off! 🙂

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    Randell — January 6, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    My last hugely successful meal was pad Thai for friends.

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    sommer sanchez — January 6, 2012 at 4:24 pm


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    Linda and Matthew — January 6, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    I’d have to say my Christmas Eve meal. Yummy pork tenderloin, baked cauliflower and my grandma’s spinach that was all on the table within 20 minutes of my planned dinner time. I’d call that a success!

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    Julie — January 6, 2012 at 7:14 pm

    The last hugely successful meal I executed was actually a cookie swap party. I asked people who RSVP’d to bring only a dozen cookies. Everyone brought so much more and brought snacks, too. I was so worried there wouldn’t be enough, I made too much just in case. Instead I had to have one guest make sure no one left without a good supply. And we helped each other set up trays for relatives in nursing homes, nursing home staff.

    The spirit of the holidays was incredible and brought a bunch of strangers so much closer. (We’re all snowbirds in a campground in Mississippi)

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    ec040620-4f44-11e0-ab5e-000bcdcb471e — January 7, 2012 at 1:41 am

    I made slow roasted pork chops with apples and onions, scalloped potatoes and I baked Italian bread. So simple yet delicious!

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    Erin D. — January 7, 2012 at 3:18 am

    I am a vegetarian, but I made Christmas dinner for our family and successfully made the ham. Everyone loved it, thank goodness! 🙂

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    janieliz19 — January 7, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    Thanksgiving! Gluten free thanksgiving to be more specific 🙂

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