Utensils – a pay it forward give away

June 29th, 2009 / Comments 5

I entered a ‘Pay it Forward Giveaway’ hosted by Joanne of Applecrumbles.

utensils Utensils   a pay it forward give awayWhen I entered this giveaway, I agreed to carry on the tradition begun by Peggy of Pantry Revisited.


To be eligible for this giveaway you need to have a blog, leave a comment at the bottom of this post about your favorite kitchen utensil, and agree that if you are the winner, you will carry on the tradition and host a similar giveaway.

On Bastille Day, July 14 th, I will assign numbers to each comment and draw a number from my favorite sauce pan and my original watercolor painting shown above will be mailed to the winner, any where in the world.

By the way – my favorite utensil is my seventeen centimeter Wusthof santoku knife.

• 5 Responses to “Utensils – a pay it forward give away”

  • Carol Egbert says:

    The give away has ended and the painting is going to live with Sherri and her Mario Batali potato peeler, but don't let that stop you from leaving a comment about your favorite utensil.

  • Lucia says:

    My favorite kitchen utensil is my mom's wooden rolling pin. It may sound weird but it has such good karma. Everything she made with it was delicious.

  • sherri says:

    My favorite utensil is my Mario Batali potato peeler! LOVE it!

  • Groovy Baby Blog says:

    My Favorite Kitchen utensil is the bamboo wooden spoon, I can't live without it!
    Angela
    iangela20@yahoo.com

  • Miriam says:

    My favourite utensil… let me think. It's silly, it's something that I don't even use everyday, but I do like it a lot: a simple egg slicer, do you know which one I mean? The little gadget with parallel cutting wires. I love eating hard-boiled eggs with a lot of things: smoked salmon, tuna fish, in salads and so on. I always use my slicer to get even and beatiful slices, and you can put the egg in it a second time and get sticks! :0

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