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Build Your Kitchen Drawer with Good Cook!

Hey Neighbors!

There is a Flash Event going on with Good Cook!  You can enter for a chance to win.  Build Your Own or select a Kitchen Expert's Drawer in the Good Cook Build Your Kitchen Drawer contest.  Which would you choose?  I am thinking I would want to build my own.  I don't know how many times I have thought that I would love to throw everything away and start over, especially if I was able to choose what I wanted.

Good Cook is going to allow someone to do just that.  If you take just a few minutes to enter, 5 Grand Prize winners will win the drawer they selected.  Simply go to, Good Cook and select Start Building Your Own Drawer.  You can then simply add items to your drawer.  Once the page opens, you can add kitchen tools and gadgets to your drawer.  So simple!  The contest is open until July 14th.

Now, not only does Good Cook have this wonderful contest going on, but they are allowing me to do a Flash Giveaway with a 3 - piece Tool set.  The set includes: A Black Nylon Basting Spoon 12 1/2", A Black Nylon Slotted Spoon 12 1/2", and A Nylon Square Turner Black 12 1/2".  Are you interested?

Remember, this is a Flash Giveaway and ends June 9th at 4:00 pm PST.  Share, share, share!

Please pay attention to this!  US residents only.  You may only win one prize. (IP addresses will be checked.)  I am not responsible for shipping the prize, Good Cook is.  Winner will be notified and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.

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Darlene said…
I would like the Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer
latanya t said…
Nonstick Chef's Knife, 5"
Robin Wilson said…
I could sure use the Pineapple Slicer!
Robin Wilson said…
I am a follower via GFC as Robin Wilson
Robin Wilson said…
I follow on Pinterest as zoozuspetals
Unknown said…
I would add a chef's knife and a plastic wisk and some mini loaf pans.
Marti Tabora said…
I would find the Nylon Whisk really useful, I am always needing one of those.
Miranda said…
We need a sturdy turner
Patricia N said…
I would use the spoon on a daily basis
Barbara Montag said…
The slotted spoon would be useful - especially for corn.
thank you
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Gary said…
I would love a new can opener
D Cheatle said…
At this time of year it would be really handy to have a set of corn skewers!
I would most like the slotted spoon.

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