Thursday, November 19, 2009

Give Oh Give Away...The Cookie Cutter People from Vermont

They had me at hello. Made in the U.S.A. However, to be fair, I opened the box. To my joy I found a wonderful selection of cookie cutters, all handcrafted by the good people of Ann Clark Ltd. "The Cookie Cutter People from Vermont".
So here's the deal...Ann has been around since 1989. They are the largest cookie cutter company in the gift industry. Online at http://www.annclark.com/. They ship all orders in ONE day. I love that! Love it!
Contemporary cutters or more traditional like this...
Always including a recipe card...
The best part? We have a few to give away this week! How cool is that?! So here's how it's going to work.
1 Gingerbread house cookie cutter per day...
To be randomly chosen from the comments over the next 3 days on the blog.
Tomorrow we'll be making cookies with the kiddos using the recipe included with the ginger bread boys and girls. To be fair, I'll be sure to post a new entry every day for a chance to win. Good luck and bake more cookies. Oh...and another thing...
Ann Clark is offering my sweet loving readers a 10% off sale for their website! In order to get the deal you will need to enter this code: BLGA13. This will be good through the end of the year! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah...whatever you celebrate or not.


www.annclark.com

Get your 10% off with this code at checkout: BLGA13
There you go.
Now leave a comment if you want to be entered into today's drawing for a free gingerbread house cookie cutter. (One entry per day per household please.) Tell your friends! Oh...I may even have to throw in some kind of private baking lesson to the winners if they are local to the Phoenix valley...and will pay for gas and ingredients. Does that sweeten the deal?

27 comments:

Kathy said...

Nobody else should bother to comment because I am going to win. :D
If I do win I want you to come over and make cookies with us. Oh heck, you should do that anyway.

GRAMEE said...

OH my goodness! i need to make these with my 3 grandbabies who are not grandbabies for sure.. I made a very good double chocolate cookie this morning...ohh..its done now!! gotta go!

Chef Tess said...

Okay...I'm not entering my name in the contest for myself, but I had to comment on what you said Kathy! Of course I'll come over and make cookies with you and the kids! We'd love it!

Anonymous said...

Enter me as well. I am sorely disappointed that I'm not close enough for a cooking lesson, though. I still use many things I leared from cooking classes with you.
--Shae

GRAMEE said...

i meant to say they are not babies..

Tracy @ Sugarcrafter said...

Ooh ooh, pick me! :-)

Lamps Family said...

I am sooooooo in!!! I could really use a new cookie cutter for Kaleb and Ryne's Thanksgiving party they are having at school next week, how adorable would those cookies be!?!

Lorri Watson said...

I will be in Scottsdale the end of January just in case....:)

Amelia Hawkins said...

So, sign me up. And Stephanie, I've been trying to figure out a way I could make it worth your time to come teach a few classes to our homeschool group here in Utah County. I'll keep thinking.

Meadowlark said...

Kathy - first never wins ;)

PICK ME!!!!!
(you totally want to come to central Oregon and bake here)

Heffalump said...

I like the house one, and I LOVE things made in the U.S.A.

A said...

I've always wanted to try making a gingerbread house. I missed reading your blog yesterday because I was cooking a dinner of 19th century American food for a multi-national group of people...but I hope I can still get in on one of the later draws.

Chef Tess said...

Anyone who wants to fly me out to their location...I happily accept plane tickets, but my spouse has to be included. LOL. Oregon in the winter...maybe...Paris...would be a shoe in.

Salsa Mama said...

I need more cookies! Any cookies! All cookies and their cutters are my friends. Well, actually only the soft ones. But I don't really have any great cutters. Pick me! AND I will take the private lessons, too. :)

Chef Tess said...

Salsa Mama...I know where you live and I might owe you lessons anyway since you where so amazing with Little Man as a pre-school teacher! I'm pretty sure I still owe you a chicken supper!

Jenn said...

So cute! We're a little far away for cooking lessons :) I love that they include a recipe card...that's always my favorite thing...another new recipe to try!!

mlebagley said...

Me too! These are cute! I need to go and see if they have a cut out for hot dog and hamburger buns.... that would rule!

Angela said...

Sign me up! Super cute cookie cutters!

Shannon said...

What if I offer to fly you to Denver. Isn't it time you got some cool air anyway?

Chef Tess said...

Shannon, my brother the Professor, lives in Denver along with Cathy Schmelter( who is one of my favorite authors/nutritionists). I'd totally go there for a family visit,you and Cathy! Gorgeous city!

Verena B said...

Without seeing what I was reading on the computer, my 11 yo dd just asked if we could learn how to make raspberry pie. Please? We live in Mesa and can certainly bring ingredients. Love the cookies cutters! Sounds like a great company!

Anonymous said...

What a fun idea, Cheff Tess. In the midst of holiday baking... I have Moravian sugar cookie dough in the fridge and gingerbread to mix up tomorrow (Homemade Kansas sorghum molasses grown and prepared 1/2 mile away- so fine!!)... and I have no clue as to where my cutters are. I put everything I own into a storage area 2 years ago May have to freehand cuts this year, unless.....

Chef Tess said...

Moravian sugar cookie dough...depending on the recipe is pretty similar to the recipe I have for gingerbread here. Does yours have vinegar in it? Just curious...

Ana said...

sounds cool enter me into this contest ... i guess it doesn't hurt to try .. to get an awesome cookie cutter ...yayee...

Mom2BJM(Amy) said...

Oh, I think I"m late - but I'll comment anyway - love the gingerbread guy!

clan of the cave hair said...

well apparently I missed the deadline, not sure how I didn't even see the contest, oh wait, my husband was bogarting the computer all evening! But those house cookie cutters are so cute! I hope whoever wins realizes houses are not just for Christmas anymore! Can you imagine a cute little pastel house with a white picket fence for Easter? AAAAHHHHHH too cute~

Chef Tess said...

Lisa! Entering you in today's!! Just got this this morning so no worries.