Thursday, October 28, 2010

24 CSN GIVEAWAY!

CSN has kindly approached me and has offered to host a giveaway on Elizabeth Ann's Recipe Box!  The best thing about the CSN website is that they sell a variety of different items: cookware, recipe books, and you can even buy a dining room table.

I could seriously live up to my nickname while on this site. . .

My friend, Katie, does a lot of her shopping on their website and raves about the customer service and the website being user friendly. I spent a while looking at http://www.cookware.com/ last night and literally could NOT STOP. . . ugg. . . my Christmas list is filling up. . . AND Nate and I JUST got married, so I have a TON of kitchen "tools". . . but there is so much more that I NEED!

Ok, back to the giveaway. . . here is how you play. . .
1. You must be an Elizabeth Ann's Recipe Box follower to be eligible. So, if you haven't yet, just click on that Follow button, or follow me on Facebook (make sure I can contact you through your blog profile or your facebook profile) . . .
2. Leave a comment below telling me about your favorite "fall," cozy, warm-me-up drink (hey it is in the 70s and I am wearing cowboy boots, jeans, and a sweatshirt to celebrate our "cold" front!)
3. The giveaway closes on October 31 at midnight!!!
I'll post the winner of the $35 gift certificate on November 1st!
Good luck and thanks to CSN for the giveaway!
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24 comments:

  1. i am a pumpkin spice girl! love you and your BLOG! xoxox

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  2. LOVE me some hot chocolate!! Any time of year, but especially in the fall!

    P.S. your blog is presh!

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  3. I love pumpkin spice coffee with caramel. When I was little mom would make hot Dr. Pepper with lemon. Sounds crazy, but good.

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  4. Zimt Kaffee (cinnamon coffee here in Austria) and sign me up for the giveaway!

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  5. caramel apple cider makes me smile!

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  6. Hey Gran-Big! Love the site and in response to your question... a HOT wassail with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves always warms me up on a "cold" weather day :)

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  7. A chai tea latte always seems to hit the spot...and of course, I love a little sprinkle of nutmeg to top it off!

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  8. apple cider! yummo!

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  9. Elizabeth MayfieldOctober 28, 2010 at 2:28 PM

    Spiced warm cider with a touch of brown sugar and cinnamon while sitting by a warm fire with a great book!

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  10. My new fall obsession, thanks to the Cheesecake Factory, is apple cider with cinnamon and caramel. It is like drinking a warm caramel apple. Very cozy.

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  11. I love hot chocolate, especially with a dash of chili powder. Yum!

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  12. i love jasmine green tea, but fall calls for cider!
    thanks!
    shenais
    divertida at fastmail dot fm

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  13. I follow with google friends.
    I like to have some warm cider in the fall.

    tahearn at roadrunner dot com

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  14. Hot Chocolate....I better win.

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  15. I follow with GFC.
    I like to have warm tea.

    hillaryanna at yahoo dot com

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  16. GFC follower!
    I adore hot mexican cocoa with whip cream and dark cocoa shavings!

    heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

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  17. Lovin your blog girl! I also love hot chocolate :)

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  18. Hey cute girl! I just LOVE this blog, and am really excited to share my favorite Fall drink (paired with my favorite Fall sweet treat)! It is actually one that created a family tradition in the Phillips household! Each year we have an official "Holiday Kickoff" that typically takes place the first or second week of November. At the kickoff we make gallons of wasail and several dozen Hello Dolley's! The warm virgin wasail is a mix of apple juice, orange juice, cinnamon sticks,lemon juice, pinapple juice, brown sugar, and cloves (although a few of our rebel family members will mix in whiskey =). It is hard to drink the Wasail without the Hello Dolley's which consists of crunched up Nilla Wafer's (as the crust), pecans, chocolate chips (or peanut butter), condensed milk, and coconut. I think I just outed my family on our recipe...but it makes me so excited to think about it I had to share! =)

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  19. I have what's called colada de avena which is a drink made is oatmeal, cinnamon sticks, brown sugar, and naranjillas.
    I follow you via GFC. ID: lyndadawinda1074
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

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  20. Pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks or chai spice tea from my own kitchen. Both pair well with pumpkin oatmeal cookies!

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  21. Carmel Apple Cider...mmm, so warm & cozy ;)
    Love you, Elizabeth Ann!

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  22. I follow via Google Friends. I like to sip on hot fresh ginger tea. It's great for when you're feeling sick, too.
    jorossi(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. Thank y'all so much for playing! I LOVED hearing all of your delicious drinks, traditions, and comments! :-)

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