Sunday, June 21, 2009

** Our Blogoversary **

** GRAND PRIZE WINNER **







** SECOND PRIZE WINNER **







WOW....
It is so hard to believe that it has been 1 year since we have started our blog, as they say...Time Flies When You Are Having Fun. I really think fun is an understatement, we have very much enjoyed sharing some our old favorites and of course the new ones as well. It is always an adventure to walk into the kitchen and decide what we are going to make and share for the week, the best part is reading all of the comments left by our blog friends. This truly has been a great experience and we can't wait to see what the next year of blogging will bring. To celebrate we are having a contest, it will run from today to next Sunday 6pm (6-28-09). Answer this question by leaving a comment to get into the running... “Of the posting we did this past year what has been your most favorite?” We will pick a winner using a random number generator, 2nd place will receive a Sandra Lee Semi- Homemade Magazine along with an 18oz bottle of Johnny's Garlic Seasonings, and the Grand Prize winner will receive a Sandra Lee Semi- Homemade Cook Book along with an 18oz bottle of Johnny's Garlic Seasonings. We really can't wait to see what posting was the year’s most favorite.



25 comments:

Cheryl said...

Peanut Butter Cheesecake :)

Candice said...

Deep fried pickles.

Melody said...

I made the Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Mallow bars and they were a huge hit! I love all your posts. Way to make it a year!!!!!

Kassy said...

Deep fried pickles! Yum :)

Cathy said...

I have to go with Hummus - 3 Ways. So yummy.

Congrats on blogging for a year. It flies by doesn't it?

5 Star Foodie said...

The donut burger! Congrats on the blogoversary!

Cheryl said...

Off the top of my head, the Oatmeal Cinnamon chip cookies.

Rebekah said...

taco soup! yum!!

Katherine Aucoin said...

I hope I remember the name right because I sure remember the dessert! It was chocolate and peanut butter mallows! Happy Blogiversary Mary Beth!

Teena in Toronto said...

Happy blogoversary!

teresa said...

I know it's very recent, but that "Cheesus" sandwich is my favorite, my hubby and I can't wait to make them. Happy Blogoversary and great giveaway!

Donna-FFW said...

Deep fried ice cream, baby!

Nazarina A said...

Happy anniversary of your delightful blog! I love coming to visit you!
For me it was the Christmas presentation with the reindeer and the chocolate peanut cookies....just too cute!

biz319 said...

Um, pretty sure I loved the "deep fat fry week!"

I thought of you guys on Father's Day when we had our fried food fest - the fried twinkies were awesome! :D

Tracy B at FeedSack Cooking said...

Happy Anniversary!! I am new to your blog but all of the recipes look great. I can't wait to make the hummus and fried pickles.

foodfcreate said...

Happy Anniversary!!!
I love your hummus anf fried pikles recipe! I going to try to make it for my Anniversary next week!

Thanks for sharing your recipe~

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Selba said...

Congrats on your 1st blogoversary!

Jennifer said...

Happy Blog-Anniversary!!! Time sure does fly!!! :)

Amy said...

Cheesy Spaghetti Bake is really good! I'm craving it right now!

Carol said...

The Greek Lemon Orzo Soup.....yum!!!!!!!!!

Miranda said...

Congrats!!!! Time does fly!!
I made your deep fried pickles and my husband ate them all up...
Thank you for great work.

Reeni♥ said...

Congratulations on your first year! I really like the donut burger, too! I really want to indulge in one of them some day!! Have another great year!!

Anonymous said...

My Favorite this year . .. .
"Eggs Baked in Corned Beef Hash"



Shirley
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Laurie said...

hawaiin bbq chicken is my favorite of ALL time!Keep up the good work

Kerry said...

Hi! I think that my favorite was your "fried series" - living in the south, I always see stuff like this, but never knew how to make it! Very cool!

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