Monday, July 27, 2009

Yep, Another Giveaway!

Since I didn't hear back from me, Amanda is the next winner. If you could please contact me within 24 hours that would be great. Congratulations! However your profile is not available and you didn't leave an email, so I will need to hear from you for you to win.

And the winners are......

me **I don't have an email address for you, so if you could contact me with that, I would appreciate it. If I don't hear from you within 24 hours, I will pass the prize on to the next entrant.**

I used to choose the winners, and I will be contacting you shortly. Congratulations!

I've been given one more opportunity to host a giveaway, this time for a nifty little prize pack from Pillsbury Simply Cookies. I have a package of those yummy looking cookies sitting in my fridge at this very moment, waiting to be cooked up.

And while my cookies are waiting to be cooked up, you can enter the contest for this nice little prize pack:

A coupon for a free package of simply... cookie dough

A tote bag

A small ceramic cookie jar

I've used the bag at the grocery store a few times already (it holds quite a bit!), and once I get the cookies baked up I"ll be putting them in the cute little cookie jar :)

Enter in the comments section, and make sure that I have a way of contacting you either through your profile or by leaving an email address. Once the contest is over, I will contact you for your address which I will forward to the host of the contest, and they will mail you your prize pack.

While you're commenting, here is a question for you:

What do you do to make your meals more simple?

Contest ends on August 2nd at 5pm.


me said...

So your blog name is what got me started here, your blogs are what go me hooked.
What do I do to make meals simpler... start with box or premix items and doctor them up to make them special... Ie. basic spagetti sauce with added spices, cookie dough from the store that I add dried fruit or chips to.
Thanks for the blog.

Amanda said...

How do I make my meals more simple? We eat a lot of things with ground I buy it in bulk, fry it all up at once, and freeze it in famiily-sized portions to make casseroles later. That way I don't have to defrost a bunch of yucky bleeding beef...I just defrost it and throw it in, fully cooked!

:) Found your blog today, and ENTERING! haha!

throuthehaze said...

I make meals more simple by limiting the number of ingredients I use to only 5 or 6.
throuthehaze at gmail dot com