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Jun 14, 2009

GIVEAWAY: Cause You Deserve It

USING THE RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR THE NUMBER CHOSEN WAS #7
MOMFOREVERANDEVER
I WILL EMAIL HER AND SHE WILL HAVE 48 HOURS (10:30 a.m. PST, Tuesday, June 16th, 2009) TO CONTACT ME. IF NOT I WILL DRAW AGAIN.

It is time for a giveaway once again.
You guys are so much fun. You are smart, creative, kind, spunky, contemplative and so supportive of people you have never even met that you deserve to get a little something in return.
Last month I was given a cookbook to use as a giveaway on my blog. This came to me from the wife of a distant cousin whom I have never met. We connected through genealogy and have chatted back and forth. Chris donated this book called Berries, Bannock, Bison and More that was put together by the FortWhyte Alive volunteers. Fort Whyte is in Manitoba, Canada.

"FortWhyte Alive is dedicated to providing programming, natural settings and facilities for environmental education, outdoor recreation and social enterprise. In so doing, FortWhyte promotes awareness and understanding of the natural world and actions leading to sustainable living."

It has over 200 recipes in it. Although you will find recipes for Bannock and for Bison you will also find some delicious ones for Pavlova, Spring Lamb Chops with Basil and Penne a la
Vodka to mention a few.
Some of the photos were done by Chris' brother in law, Stan. The one of the Thin Leafed Sunflower or the cute little squirrel in the snow (sorry no squirrel recipes) are my favorites.
To make this an even more sensational, yes you heard me, sensational giveaway there is also a book by Joanne Leibeler called Do It Herself. This book is perfect for all you handywomen out there. This comes with a nylon tool belt (tools not included) that will come in real handy when you are up a ladder without a paddle or something like that.
How oh how do I get this wonderful gift you ask?
Just leave me a comment here on one of your projects or recipes that really didn't turn out as planned. I want your sad, pitiful stories about the food poisoning incident or the bookshelves that collapsed.
Contest closes on June 14th. 2009, 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.




23 comments:

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

Oh, this is too funny! My worst cooking disaster was at our former church. Our Wednesday night dinner cook had quit due to her health problems of her helper (also her mother). People were signing up to take a week to serve catered food. Hubby and I took our week to serve, and it was spaghetti night. We had more people than usual and were running low on the spaghetti noodles. I had cooked more - the last box we had - and was turning to take the aluminum pan full of spaghetti noodles to the serving station when the pan buckled and all the spaghetti hit the floor. I stood there, stomped my feet and said a choice 4 letter 's' word - repeatedly! y husband was quiet, except for clearing is throat. I looked up and there stood our minister of education. He smiled, turned and left, and never mentioned the incident to me at all! We scooped up the spaghetti, I told hubby to put some water on to boil, I washed the spaghetti, gave it another boil and served it like nothing had ever happened. But Ill never, ever forget it!!!

Lori E said...

It's funny because I never had to eat it. Did the minister of education come back and have some?

Emilie said...

Oy. I decided one day that I was tired of all the scratches in the top of my dining room table and I was going to refinish the top of it, so started stripping it. The next day, with very little done, I couldn't lift my arms. My now-ex-husband said he'd finish it, and instead of finishing stripping, he took the whole darned table apart. For other reasons, we parted shortly after. My father said he'd finish it, and it sat in his garage for several years until he passed away. My brother said he'd finish it... Someday I may have this table back. At the moment I don't have a dining room, but I suspect I'm going to be the one to finally finish this darned project someday, LOL

emvark at gmail dot com

Belinda said...

When I was a child, I decided to try a cake recipe from a magazine. I didn't have all the ingredients so I added things that were close to them. The end result was a slightly flat cake that was crunchy. It was then that I learned that "close" is not always good enough and to make sure that I actually had what it takes to make something before I try it.

Thanks!
1bmore @ gmail . com

Florida Sue said...

I don't deserve it. I have eaten bannock and I know who Joanne Leibler is. I can actually put a pin in Manitoba on a map, and Fort Whyte too if I squint. I like stuff from home so here goes.

The first lasagna I ever made my husband ended up on the ceiling. I received a lovely Pyrex casserole dish for a shower present and dutifully baked it according to directions. The next day I tried reheating said dish on the stove top element. How was I supposed to know that it would hit the wall? Luckily we were not in the kitchen at the time, but I have had a Pyrex phobia ever since. I don't know. My relatives are pretty cheap. It probably wasn't even the real deal.

Lola said...

Lori,
cooking disasters, you say? There's too many in my life to mention here! Sagging soufflées, charred chorizo, fallen fudge. Add to these the innumerable home improvement debacles, from the Ikea Syndrome (misread instructions), down to drilling through a pipe in the wall in order to hang a picture on the nursery wall, possessed by a fierce nesting bout during my 3rd pregnancy term. Ballooned, unstable and hammering, I found myself hollering for help atop ladder while holding back water jet with both hands, baby inside kicking gleefully, and loud salsa playing on the radio. Could do with the handywoman's guide... Precious! Ciao

Night Owl Mama said...

do it yourself sounds like what my HONEY DO list requires. Its been sitting there collecting dust for four years. I have a huge gapping hole in my bedroom ceiling that offers a way for spiders and other critters to get into my room while I'm sleeping. I attempted to fix holes and cracks in the wall myself and did not do a very good job . I accidentally painted the windows shut and when I tried to open them one broke. Wonder how long I'll be waiting for that to get fixed. cute giveaway thanks for the op

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

first of all- make sure you are awake when you are making food and cooking- why? why? becuase I had a can of oven off many years ago and sprayed a pan half asleep and dropped in the eggs and extras and ten minutes later as I plated it- uhoh- go back and check- never made the same mistake twice- and never have had off in the house since....
worst distaster- defrosting a turkey in the microwave- watch out for the metal on the legs --oops

Chandy said...

I am not good at knowing which meat gets tender at what kind of cooking. But I'm managed to fake it until this particular cut at Albertson's. Twice now, I've taken advantage of Albertson's Pre-Seasoned B1G1F all-meat steaks and each time I've cooked them different ways and each piece came out chewy! I've tried the high heat pan fry and searing first then covered baking but both had the same results! B1G1F or not, I'll never choose those preseasoned meats again unless someone who has a foolproof way can personally show me and wait until I do it right! ;-)

A Reader said...

I tried to make Cherries Jubilee with the flames and set the table cloth/table on fire. Luckily, that was all that happened.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

auntrene said...

Worst cooking disaster, I had 24 family members at my house for dinner.. (Thank goodness it was family members). I was making Spaghetti.. Great amounts of Spaghetti. It was time to drain the Spaghetti.. I take 2 huge Colanders, place them in the sink, and it is time. I take the HUGE pot of boiling water with Spaghetti noodles in it and begin to pour them in the colander to drain.. The Colander tipped over and down the Garbage Disposal went a bunch of noodles. I couldn't even try to stop it due to the fact I was holding the HUGE pot of boiling spaghetti water.
Luckily my nephew was willing to make an emergency trip to the grocery and grab me some more spaghetti. Thank goodness..
The spaghetti was yummy...Only 3 people knew, but I know my nephew I am sure he has told about me putting the pasta down thedisposal.

Heidi said...

Years ago when I was a new bride and, having just returned from our honeymoon, we invited my new in-laws for dinner. I was nervous about it but thought I could handle it as I love cooking. Well, they came, the baron of beef roast was in the oven, and the vegetables and shrimp cocktail were ready. I went to take the roast out of the oven and much to my horror and embarrassment, it sat there, raw, looking just like when I had put it in!! It turned out that the elements in the oven were burned out, something I did not realize. My new father-in-law graciously offered to take us out to dinner!!

Nicole D. said...

My only cooking disaster has been WAY overcooking brownies. I'm not sure how to make them so that the center is cooked, but that the edges arent hockey pucks...

Deborah said...

On my son's 11th birthday, I decided to make his cake from scratch. I mixed it, baked it, set it out on racks to cool and served dinner to the extended family that had gathered to celebrate. After dinner, I went in the kitchen to frost the cake...and it had fallen as flat as a pancake.

It was a chocolate chip cake so of course everyone decided it would be a birthday cookie...until we tried to eat it. It was too hard to cut. I hand to slam it on the counter to break off a piece.

The birthday cake that became a birthday cookie is now known as the birthday slab, and I am not allowed to provide dessert for family gatherings. :D asthenight at gmail dot com

TX_Jen34 said...

Nothing I cook or "fix" turns out right. I stopped trying.. perhaps these books could help me.

Leanne said...

This is a story I am stealing from a friend, so I'm not sure if it counts, but I did sample the end product and wanted to share the story anyway.

One of my close friends and I were headed to our curling club christmas banquet one year and she had graciously decided to make some rum balls for everyone to sample.

Well, the liquid that she used contained in the rum bottle was, in fact, not rum as she had thought. More accurately, it was her grandpa's homebrew moonshine.

So needless to say, the "moonshine balls" had a bit more kick to them, and didn't quite solidify as planned.

She brought them to the curling club anyway, and some people asked for the recipe, declaring they were the best "rum balls" they had ever tried!

skoots1mom said...

the day i burned the pumpkin pies in the convection over for the church-wide thanksgiving dinner...yuck! I should have cooked them slower and longer...boy, did i learn a lesson. Nothing like burning 26 pies at one time :p

batchicky said...

I am a mom of 6, and definately the "handy woman" of the house! If a screw on a doorknob is loose, I am the one fixing it! By the way, I love to cook, and always looking for new recipes to excite my family! My worst fix it disaster has to be when I attempted to scrape a little loose popcorn finish that was peeling in the corner of my living room. As I scraped the small area,I was going to "patch" all the popcorn continued to peel like wallpaper. I ended up having to scrape a 20 by 30 foot room, by hand on a ladder, because it was unrepairable. It was the worst weekend of my life! Little projects always seem to turn into huge ones for me! I looked like a popcorn mummy!

SoBella Creations said...

When first married I tried to make some meringue cookies. It seemed to take forever for the meringue to form peaks. My mixer was super old. A hand me down. I had used the mixer for so long it stopped working. So I tried to whip the meringue by hand. Then I decided I would put them in oven. Left them in for way too long. They were burnt to a crisp. Threw them out and have never tried to make that cookie again.

Sue said...

We were scheduled to leave on a mini-vacation and the forecast was calling for rain the entire time we would be gone. Knowing that my gutters were clogged and that heavy rains would cause the water to back up and leak into the garage and dining room, I decided it was gutter cleaning time.
Mr. Sullivan and son went off to the gym and I got the ladder to begin fishing wet leaves from the worst clogged areas of the gutters. I was on the top rung of an 8 ft. ladder( the one that has the warning notice on it NOT to stand on it!!! ) and the ladder was precariously seated in a 4 inch pile of mulch in the flower bed.
Well, one ladder leg sank into said mulch, the ladder swayed, and I grabbed a hold of the gutter to try and stabilize myself. DOWN came the gutter as it pulled away from the roof and DOWN came me! When I finally came to( yup- knocked the wind outta me) I couldn't stand up. BOTH ankles were sprained. Mr. and son came home and found me after I crawled into the house. I spent the afternoon in the ER; our trip was post-poned; and the gutter still had to be replaced.
My swollen ankles healed, but as a result of the severe sprains, I have arthritis in both ankle joints. I have since had gutter screens installed so I no longer have to clean dank, stinky leaves from their hiding spots.
Doesn't this sound like an Lucy/Ethel predicament?
:-) Sue/Ethel

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

I don't suppose that this is pitiful enough, since it has a happy non ending, but......

I decided to give my condo kitchen a cosmetic remodel. As a single girl I had lots of extra time on my hands, and after work I would start to scrape all the old blue and white vinyl foam padded wallpaper off of the walls. When that was done, I had great plans to add tongue and groove wood panelling to cover up the pock marked walls. Then I would finish off everything with cheery white molding. A antique country feel, right here in the city.

Fate had a bit of renovating in mind itself, I met my husband and fell madly in love.

Kitchen, what kitchen? Half stripped wallpaper, and partially glued panelling are still there, construction was halted by wedding plans, and finally mariage.

I guess someday we will continue this project. But right now, I still love to point to the last piece of panelling right beside the door, and tell people, "see, thats where I fell in love with Gar."

Jen

Life on an artistic shoestring said...

I always laugh off my cooking misadventures and don't let them get to me. I was going to throw the batch away, but my mom was determined to eat my really, really hard hushpuppies. She thought maybe softening them in a glass of milk would help to choke those puppies down.

She didn't get the chance. After filling the glass with a half-dozen rock-hard balls and pouring milk over them, she proceeded to try and cut one of them with her spoon. The uncooperative ball pressed against the glass and broke through!

Milk and pieces of glass splattered everywhere and mom burst out laughing uncontrollably as she held the glass with it's side blown out.....she wanted to support my cooking, but this was the time the hushpuppy won.

Cass @ That Old House said...

Hi Lori!
I know the giveaway is over, but cooking disasters? Moi? Impossible.

No, actually -- they are too numerous to choose. Something I did more than once -- (I am a slow study) -- grabbing peppermint extract out of the cupboard instead of vanilla and ruining a pecan pie, and also a pound cake (my girls loved it, thought it was "toothpaste cake") and a few other things until I THREW OUT THE PEPPERMINT EXTRACT.

LOVE your comment on my Met Monday post, and the Mosaic. yeah-- that thing my daughter made is wicked scary looking, but I am trying to think of it as just a really really BIG windsock.
:-)
Cass

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