Argos Competition

1-Dec-11
I have just passed my 6 month anniversary of blogging and what better way to celebrate than to have a great prize to giveaway. In the past 6 months, my blog has grown very quickly and I have joined the wonderful foodie community. I had no idea there were so many talented people out there who share my love of food! I am so thankful for all the visitors to my blog. So, I have teamed up with Argos to give away an Electric Cooker to one lucky UK reader!! Please see the rules below to enter to win the competition and help this cooker fulfill it's baking destiny!



This prize has been supplied courtesy of Argos, who provide a wide range of ovens, fridge freezers and washing machines for all your white-good needs.

Please use rafflecopter form below to enter. To enter the contest, leave a comment to this post, answering "What is your favourite recipe to bake?" and then click the green button "I did this." on the rafflecopter form. All entries are optional to complete, but some will give you 5 entries to the contest. Good Luck!  -Mike


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129 comments:

  1. Congratulations on 6 months of bloggings.

    What a fantastic prize x

    Love making cumberland pie as it's the kids favourite and the eldest enjoys helping me

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  2. Chocolate cake

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  3. Gingerbread with the kids, we all enjoy it

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  4. bread and butter pudding...real comfort food

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  5. fairycakes
    love to eat these they are a great 11s
    this is a fantastic prize just what l need mines on the way out

    simone.2006@hotmail.co.uk

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  6. michelle thompsonDecember 01, 2011 8:07 am

    great prize just what i need, i like making beef stew

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  7. Quiche Lorraine

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  8. I do a wholemeal sodabread on a regular basis.

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  9. pastry apple pie


    ianmaciver@onetel.com

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  10. SAUSAGE ROLLS
    I NEED THIS COOKER SO BAD WOULD LOVE TO WIN MY COOKERS 10 YEARS OLD AND JUST ABOUT HAD IT SO THIS IS A GREAT CHANCE THANK YOU BE LUCKY EVERYONE

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  11. Rock cakes.They're so comforting quick and easy. plus quite foolproof!

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  12. Love making Chocolate Brownies

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  13. Gabrielle SvenssonDecember 03, 2011 1:54 pm

    I love baking cinnamon buns

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  14. Bread & Butter Pudding

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  15. Double Choc Chip cookies!

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  16. Ohh Lush Prize thanks for the chance to play ..

    Favorite Recipe to Bake ?
    " a German cookie called " Spitzbuben" ..a simple gluten free, Dairy free cookie that simply melts in your mouth ..yum

    A Merry Festive Season to all
    Flo :-)
    @flofoxes

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  17. Any cake that involves vegetables - I just love the way that they stay moist and I can fool myself into believing that they're good for me!

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  19. steak and kidney pie

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  20. My favourite recipe to bake is carrot cake, with lots of cream cheese icing!

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  21. Lemon Meringue Pie with a nice pate sucree, tart lemon filling and a double quantity of meringue on top!

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  22. Fruit Scones.

    Jody
    x

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  23. I love cooking cupcakes, covered in pink fondant icing :)

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  24. Steak and kidney pie a family favourite

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  25. I love super moist Banana cake with lemon icing.
    @maisietoo

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  26. Homemade Cheese & Onion Pie.....its a winner with all the family!

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  27. Beef stew and dumplings keeps out the cold!

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  28. Gooseberry Crumble

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  29. Anything I don't burn! Lasagne is usually pretty safe.

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  30. I make Lasagne these days but as a child my favourite thing to bake was scones. Its strange these days i cant make them as good as i used to!

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  31. Has to be apple tart simple and tasty!

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  32. Congratulations on 6months of blogging, heres to the next six.
    I love making rich fruit cakes, any excuse to make one I will.

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  33. Congrats on the blogaversary! My favourite dish to make is either a traditional roast beef dinner or date and walnut loaf.

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  34. love making bread because it makes the house smell so nice

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  35. love making traditional fairy cakes with my daughter, also she likes helping to make a braised steak with carrotts and onions topped with slived potatoes.

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  36. I love making peanut butter cookies! As a child, we rarely had chocolate or other cookie ingredients in, but there was always peanut butter...!

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  37. I love making eccles cakes really simple but tasty

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  38. I love making Mince Pies for Christmas!

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  39. frosted chocolate muffins are my fave to bake x following on Twitter as @mawhittaker

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  40. a huge big choclate cake is my fav:) @kikicomp

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  41. I have a recipe for a Brandy and Coffee cake - covered in Fresh Cream - absolutely delicious I love to bake it because it always comes out so well but the calories restrict me to making just once in a while! x

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  42. I love cooking butterfly cakes
    lisaanderson@gmx.co.uk

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  43. I enjoy making fruit crumbles

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  44. I love baking anything with yeast - the smell is irresistable

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  45. Bread Pudding.

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  46. banana cake is my favvourite as it is easy to make , tastes and smells great and bonus it uses up the brown bananas so no waste :) all the family love it

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  47. welsh cakes,with a touch of a very secret ingredient

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  48. Millionnaires Shortbread! Takes a while to bake but well worth it in the end!

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  49. chocolate fudge cake. love to cook it on a Sunday and serve it warm with cream. naughty but very yummy :)

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  50. Mine has to be 'Pan Fried Chicken in Honey with Sweet Chilli Rice'. Kids all look forward to it and my eldest daughter made it for her cooking exam at school.

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  51. My favourite is baked New York cheesecake, my children love it and have me make it for them probably way too often.

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  52. My favourite is mince pies, with the Now Xmas CD playing. I used to make dozens and give them to family and friends. I don't like them myself, just enjoyed the whole process!

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  53. I have so many favourites as baking is what I DO to relax. I recently worked through every recipe in the WI book of cakes. Each recipe worked perfectly I am just about to buy a 'Hairy Bikers' recipe book with my Christmas gift vouchers and will be cooking and baking like crazy. Luckily I have family and colleagues who enjoy eating!

    Lesley Bambridge

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  54. Flapjacks, the kids love helping me

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  55. Chocolate Victoria Sponge with chocolate butter icing

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  56. I love baking tarts, especially peach melbas.

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  57. It has to be marble cake. It's a simple recipe, but it's a lot of fun, particularly if you use food colouring!

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  58. Mine and the kids favourite to make is American style banana bread :) Quick and scrummy

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  59. macaroni cheese delicious
    de smith

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  60. Chocolate chip cookies
    Shortbread

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  61. Carrot cake - as I put something different in it every time!

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  62. Love doing a lasagne - watching the layers taking shape and of course eating the end result!

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  63. cheesecake - of any description

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  64. Apple Crumble congrats on 6moths of bloggong xx

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  65. chocolate cake for my kids as they love them xx

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  66. chocloate sponge cake. smells and tastes yummy

    janineatkin82@msn.com

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  67. got to be scones, fruit, plain, cheese, a fantastically versatile recipe.

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  68. Victoria Sponge.....easy to make and delicious to eat.

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  69. bacon and onion roll using suet pastry

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  70. Vanilla cupcakes go down a TREAT!

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  71. good old cup cakes i know they aren't very exciting, but i wnjoy making them and all the family enjoy eating them :)

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  72. Definitely fairy cakes - loved by us all!

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  73. Chocolate cake is a family favourite

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  74. mince pies are my favourite especially at this time of year

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  75. Cupcakes or cookies. @clairew137 / clairewoods32@yahoo.co.uk

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  76. Boiled method fruit cake from an ancient Be-ro cookbook. Never fails and tastes delicious!

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  77. Rock cakes easypeasy spread with butter on the bottom Hoot (I'll give up the buttter for my New Year res honest!)

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  78. Just subscribed & followed your blog and gonna teach my daughter how to bake!!! (she's 32 hehehe some mother daughter kitchen bonding going on here) Nom Nom thank you!

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  79. Portuguese Fish and Chips got recipe from watching Hairy Bikers Mums know best program and recipe book tasty

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  80. jennifer bolognesiDecember 31, 2011 1:04 pm

    melanzane

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  81. first thing I learnt to bake at school was shortbread so easy to do that I bake it loads with my boys

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  82. Apple crumble, love it!

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  83. Chocolate Brownies are my favourite things to bake

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  84. Bakewell Tart then eat it with lashings of custard winter food indeed

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  85. broccoli, leek and potato bake

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  86. Bread and butter pudding...raisins essential!

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  87. I'm coeliac and although I've tried every variety of gluten free bread on sale in the supermarkets, I just can;t find a ready baked loaf that I like. So instead I baker my own gluten free bread. It's yummy....and I feel soooooo virtuous when I'm eating breakfast toast made from homemade bread with homemade jam :-) @piperanddaisy

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  88. lamb shank with rosemary :-)

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  89. Black Forest Muffins. Choc muffins with the core removed and cherry jam put inside then the core replaced and choc butter icing then fresh whipped cream piped on top. Finish with a cherry - the kids love getting stuck into helping make these :)

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  90. Bakewell Cake with raspberries. Put half the almond cake mixture in the bottom of the tin, then add the raspberries. Manouvre the rest of the mixture over the raspberries, then decorate with almonds. Bake in oven then cool and cover with icing sugar. Divine

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