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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Toffee 4 Two Giveaway

Gift baskets are always fun to get. Here's what looks like an interesting one. Do you like toffee? Do you have a good dentist? If you do and your in the continental US, this giveaway is for you. Be sure to enter before 3/28. Good luck.
ARV $125
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Over 40 years of a family handed down Toffee Recipe Tradition

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29 comments:

  1. We just have a pumpkin roll that we have started to make for the holidays. My mom always made pies and so did my grandmother.

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  2. We have a gooseberry pie tradition/recipe in our family! Extra sweet for grandma and tart/no sugar added for me and my mom! :D

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  3. My grandmother's recipe for Waldorf Salad has been handed down, and it's a family tradition to make it at Thanksgiving. We all love it!

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  4. Grandmothers wonderful pop over recipe! They dont ever taste the same though we try!

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  5. My grandmothers family has a pound cake, Ma Perkings cake, that we have at all family gatherings all my life.

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  6. My family has a Angel Food cake recipe that has been handed down to us a long time ago. Everybody loves it and asks for me to make it for their birthday. I have even tweaked the baking times (meant to be baked in a bunt pan) to try to make cupcakes out of this recipe.

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  7. Our family tradition would be my grandmother's brunswick stew and dressing for turkey at Thanksgiving. Everyone thinks they have her recipe down pat but no family member has truly replicated her dish - must be her extra special love that went into them!

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  8. My Great Grandmothers shepherd's pie recipe has been handed down many time. It is so easy and yummy.

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  9. My mother had a potato salad recipe that was handed down and is kept in the family that and a pumpkin cake recipe that is always a favorite of anyone that tastes it.

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  10. I have one for my Mom's biscuits but not for Toffee. I can't remember her ever making toffee but she used to make peanut brittle.

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  11. Grandma's sourcream sugar cookie recipe is a must for each holiday.

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  12. Our family tradition is an annual shore vacation.

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  13. No I don't have either a tradition or a recipe. My mom wasn't a good cook and I never got any recipes from her. My parents weren't much for traditions.

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  15. My great-grandmother's peanut butter fudge recipe has been passed down now to 5 generations. It's the star of our Christmas get-together,

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  16. My grandfather was a chef in NYC and had a great recipe for Pastitsio. Whenever he made it all the relatives would come by for dinner!!

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  17. My father has a meat loaf recipe that his grandfather gave him.

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  18. Yes I have a handed down Lasagna recipe it's very tasty and wonderful :) Lots of cheese!

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  19. Our recipe is called Macaroni, Tomato and Beef. A very simple recipe. Brown the ground beef, add a can of tomato soup and cooked elbow macaroni. Easy, quick, feeds a lot of people and tastes goo too!

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  20. my mom never really cooked, Alot of my meals I learned from my sister, which she had to learn herself. One dish I will pass down is my Manicotti

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  21. I have a Greek Stew recipe handed down from my great- grandfather to my grandfather to me :)

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  22. One dish which is a holiday must is our carrot cake. My mom helped me perfect the recipe. Thanks for the chance.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  23. Our handed down recipe is my grandmother's home made SUGAR CHRISTMAS COOKIES and we make them every year:)

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

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  24. I would have to say we have a family recipe which is our own red sauce and our stuffed shells with sweet sausage recipe. I intend to show it to my 5 yo once she gets a wee bit older. :)

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  25. Don't really have a handed down recipe, but I'm trying to start some.

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  26. Woo, my fam has a donut recipe that I absolutely love!

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  27. We have a Thousand Island Recipe that is only made during the holidays and it was handing down from my husbands Grandmother.
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  28. I do not think we have a tradition but I do know that we have a recepie book that was my grandmothers then my mothers and now mine. I have not tried anything in it yet though.

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