I won this immersion blender from the lovely ladies at Everyday Southwest ...
You all are amazing. As a way of saying, "Thank You," I want to give YOU this awesome kitchen tool!
I never thought I would need/rely/depend on an immersion blender. My kids had the best time whipping up their chocolate milk long before I used it for:
Banana Bread ~ Soup ~ Scrambling Eggs ~ Smoothies ~ Homemade Mayo ~ Salad Dressings ~ Sauces ~
Have a picky eater in your family? Use this to blend away all the "chunkies!"
Stick this into a HOT pot of sauce and use it...no transferring hot liquids to a blender!
I love my new immersion blender because it has WAY more power (200 watts, baby!) than my old one and....
it can do this:
Push this button and the attachment comes off...and yes, the blade can go in the dishwasher! Woot!
This even comes with a 2 cup plastic beaker that makes dressings and homemade mayo a cinch!
Of course, if you want to use it for chocolate milk, you can. It'll bring out the kid in ya.
Want one? Of course you do!
Have one? Well, win this and give it away as a wedding gift!
Okay, now that I've got you all psyched up, here's what you gotta do.
Leave a comment on THIS post. Any comment. The first thing that comes to your mind.
If your profile doesn't include an email, please, pretty please, include it in your comment(s) so I can contact you if you win!
You can leave ONE comment PER DAY... just come back to this post and enter!
Cool, huh? It will increase your chances of winning!
One winner will be selected by Random.org and notified through this blog (and by email, if you provide one!)
Contest is open to my U.S. readers only and will end at midnight MST on Friday, May 20th, 2011.
This giveaway is not sponsored by anyone but me, yours truly.
UPDATE: Blogger was down for part of May 11 and all of May 12 and lost EVERY single comment that was posted that day. I retrieved all the comments from my email and posted them myself, hence the highlighted green comments from "me." I felt that each person who lost a comment to Blogger deserved to have his/her entry count.