To celebrate our 100th post we’re giving away $100!

Update:  You still have 1 day to leave a comment to enter our $100 giveaway! (And tell 75 of your closest friends to leave a comment, too.  Good Grief!  Can’t we give away money?)  You have until 3:00p.m. EST on Friday, October 24th.  Click here to hop over to our 100th post and leave a comment to be entered in the drawing…  Good luck! 



Yesterday’s pasty post was our 100th post.  Time flies when you’re having fun!  We’ve had such a good time getting to know you all and sharing our recipes, adventures and misadventures.  We have a goal and we’re hoping you can help us reach it.


To celebrate our 100th post, we want to get 100 commenters to leave comments.  To encourage all of our readers (we know you’re lurking there…) to comment, we’re offering a performance based giveaway.  For each 25 unique commenters on our pasty post, we’ll add another $25 to a gift certificate up to $100.  So!  If we get 25 commenters, the gift certificate will be for $25.  If we get 50, it’ll be for $50.  For 75 commenters, $75 and so on up to $100.  The gift certificate will be for, Williams-Sonoma, King Arthur’s Baker’s Catalogue or– the winner will get to choose!


There are only three requirements for entry into the drawing:


  1. You can’t be related to Val and I.  Duh, right?
  2. You need to leave a comment on our 100th post.
  3. In your comment, please let us what you’d like to see more of on Foodie With Family.  Quick recipes?  Frugal recipes? More recipes for chocolate covered crickets?  Help us help you!


We’ll give it a week to get the word out and next Friday, October 24th, 2008, we’ll use to pick our winner. 


You don’t need a blog to enter, but if you do have a blog, and you’re so inclined, mention our giveaway and let me know in your comment and we’ll give you another entry into the drawing.


For yet another entry, link back to us and pop this little badge up on your blog…



Okay everyone!  You have one week starting now!  Just hop on over to our pasty post and leave a comment.  Good luck!


  1. Myrna says

    Can you please share the recipe for Dulce de Leche? I tried it this past winter for the first time and fell in love with it. I’m sure homemade would be better than the jar of commercial Dulce de Leche I tried — although it was good!

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