Friday, April 13, 2012


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  1. I clicked the button to like the post on Facebook (Charissa Wagner) but as I was clicking Enter, I thought I saw where I had to confirm it (but it was too late cause I already clicked Enter). So I went to Books R Us and liked the post there. Hope that counts :)

  2. I remember cooking with my mom when I was a child. I wish I could live those days again.

  3. I love to cook and I consider it a blessing that both my parents cook, as well as extended family as far as the eye can see. One thing I love about family gatherings is watching everyone trying to stake their "space" to whip up another delicious treat. If I win this stand mixer giveaway, I'm giving it to a family member.

    Nicole @ Three 31

  4. I have recently took off on my talent in cooking and baking.Now make cakes by hand.I would love to use one of these.Baking is my passion.Been doing since a little kid with help of parents/grandparents.My best baking/cooking memory was about when i was in elementary i made a cake for the cake walk for my schools fun night.Being a little kid i remember i made a giant pig shaped cake lol.Used all sorts of candies and treats to decorate.But looking back on it now,kinda felt sorry for whoever won it lol.It may have tasted as "crafty" as it looked,i mean i used anything in pantry to decorate even if i did't know at time what was.We're talking cloves,mint candies,sprinkles,and even i remember putting cinnamon sticks.I have no idea is too funny to look back on now,why someone didn't stop me.

  5. I would love to get this mixer to help knead dough so I can make my own whole grain breads. May also like to make my own ground beef so avoid the "pink slime". Who knew they were doing that?!?

  6. I have fond memories of baking cakes and breads with my grandma from scratch. Sadly, I no longer do that (bake from scratch). If I had a mixer such as this one though, I am sure I would do it more often ;)

  7. Before my daughter and grandson moved to Texas we would cook together every weekend. I really miss them.

  8. My Grandmother used to make amazing yummies with her kitchen maid mixer. I really want to recreate them (if I can) along with some of the other great stuff she made!

  9. I like to remember all the Christmases I spent with my mom rolling millions of gourmet chocolate truffles. We did it a few years in a row and it took days right before, all night just melting and rolling and dipping! We did a few other little things in between like gingerbread men and marshmallows, but I was practically rolling those truffles in my sleep. It was a good time with my mom that I'll always remember.

  10. My mom was not much of a cook, but boy could she make some cookies. My fave memory is "helping" her mix the dough in her KA mixer (I got to press the buttons) and stealing snitchels.
    Sherry Conrad
    discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

  11. I recently baked 200 cupcakes for my cousin's wedding with my Mom & Auntie....A lot of work but a lot of fun too. Thanks!


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