> hey what's for dinner mom?: Swag for YOU! 10-10-10

10.10.2010

Swag for YOU! 10-10-10

BlogHer Food is over although I still have a bit of time to wander and figure out how to pack all that swag in my bags and haul it home. CSN, where you can buy anything from dutch ovens to tricycles has a little something something for YOU my lovely readers! And I have a little something something too, SWAG! With sponsors like Nutella, Kraft foods, Pepperridge Farms and Nature's Path you can bet that this conference had a whole lot o' yummy swag and I'm sharing with you!

giveaway
  • part 1 SWAG! a mystery bag o' goodies!
  • part 2-- Piral Terracotta 2 1/2 quart sauce pan--get this a terracotta pan you can cook on the stove with and in oven!
Piral Terracotta 2.5-Quart Deep Saucepan with Lid in Orange - TA241ARCR-C




you know the drill!
  • leave a comment telling me what YOU like about Piral cookware
  • another for a blogroll
  • another for following
  • another for tweeting
  • another for saying something nice about me--it's true!
This will end the minute I set foot in Alaska Tuesday night! Have fun I love you all and I'm working on a BlogHer Food summary right now, oh well after breakfast and a picnic...


Peace and Love--

Laura

36 comments :

  1. Piral Cookware is BEAUTIFUL. I'm sure it's great to cook with but in all honesty I've never tried it, but it would certianly have a place in my kitchen.

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  2. I absolutely love how you dress your boys, husband included. Yes, I know they dress themselves, but I love what you have chosen to buy them. I also appreciate your thrifted Sunday posts, blogging is very new to me and it's such a treat to see them because I love finding treasures in those stores.

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  3. I haven't tried Piral dish, but I'd love to have a pot that I could use on both the stove AND the oven!

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  4. you are one of the most creative bloggers i've come across in coming up with ways to connect with people using social networking. it's a true talent!!

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  5. I would love to be able to try out the Piral cookware

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  6. laura,
    thanks for the great discussion about school lunches and food for kids, in general. It was my favorite session. Happy cooking! Stay warm up there in the hinterland.....
    Tricia
    www.cafetrix.blogspot.com

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  7. I like Pira's age-old selected shapes and eco-friendly materials and colors :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. Publicly following hey what's for dinner mom? with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}]
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  9. Oh boy. Never cooked with Piral Cookware but I love versatile pieces of cookware like this. Plus the color is lovely and makes me think of autumn in Wisconsin.

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  10. And something nice? Well you're groovy as hell and I dig the fact that your kid had an "eat dirt" phase.

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  11. YES a Laura giveaway!!! Entry #1 = I have never tried Piral cookware so I can't say what I love about them except they look mighty purty in that picture!

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  12. Etnry #2 = you are prominently featured on my blogroll where you belong

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  13. Entry #3 = I am following you, and will follow you until the end of time.

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  14. Entry #4 = tweet tweet! http://twitter.com/DinnerAtXtinas/status/27010533244

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  15. Entry #5 = psha! It's super easy to say something nice about you! Where to start? I love you, I admire you, I look up to you, I always love seeing one of your posts in my reader, and you make me laugh and inspire me! <3

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  16. I like that the Piral cookware is an inexpensive alternative to the Le Creuset cookware, can be used on the stove top and in the oven and is orange. Orange is my second favorite color! I wanted to make Tagine the other week for Moroccan cooking night but didn't b/c after checking around with my friends, none of us had clay cookware. This Piral pot would be perfect for Tagine.

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  17. I like that the Piral cookware is an inexpensive alternative to the Le Creuset cookware, can be used on the stove top and in the oven and is orange. Orange is my second favorite color! I wanted to make Tagine the other week for Moroccan cooking night but didn't b/c after checking around with my friends, none of us had clay cookware. This Piral pot would be perfect for Tagine.

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  18. I really enjoy the open honesty you share on your blog. I like the creativity you show with your family too!

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  19. I don't want to be in the giveaway (not that the prizes aren't FABULOUS), but I wanted to say that you and a handful of others at BlogHer Food made it bearable for this crotchety old introvert, so thank you. You are warm and wonderful, and doing an important work in the world by sharing your authentic self.

    (And when I get around to changing my blogroll this weekend or so, you'll certainly be on it. It's hopelessly out of date.)

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  20. Piral cookware looks awesome, but I have never even heard of it until now! {Guess that's why I want to win it!!}

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  21. I can't honestly say I've ever heard of that cookware but its very pretty! hows that for what i love about it? lol

    and a nice comment about you...and this is sincere and heartfelt.

    I love that you were brave enough to be honest with all of us readers in your post titled "yeah i'm fat, so what?" I am a chubby girl and I'm really struggling with the way I look and feel right now. Your post was a bright spot in my day and truly let me have a "so what, go eff yourself" kind of moment for the judgemental folks.

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  22. I <3 your thrifting... I have no luck around here!

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  23. Honestly, I've never heard of Piral before! Am I just living under a cookware rock?? I love the color though!!

    jjnhubbs@q.com

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  24. I feel dumb, I had to go research this!! I like how versatile it is - and affordable compared to some "other" choices :)
    kasey19062ATaolDOTcom

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  25. You seem really friendly, and I love the meatless monday recipes! thanks for sharing, travel safe~
    kasey19062ATaolDOTcom

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  26. MY dictionary defines "swag" as: property obtained by theft or other illicit means...hmmmm.

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