10/12/11

a PAM cooking spray toolkit giveway



:::contest closed:::

My mom mentioned Thanksgiving the other day. Already? Really? I can't even think a week in advance, let alone think about hosting and planning a menu for the holidays.

What does that have to do with a giveaway?

PAM cooking spray has generously sponsored a giveaway with Evil Chef Mom.

Check it out. If you win, you will receive a box that includes:

-PAM branded spatula
-PAM branded oven mitt
-Pyrex baking dish (13” x 9”)
-12-cup muffin tin
-One full can of the new and improved PAM
-PAM related recipes

Which should totally help with the fast approaching holidays and clean up. Which is the whole point of PAM, right? And if you tell me you couldn't use another Pyrex baking dish, a muffin tin, spatula, or oven mitt then I know you are one of those people who have already finished your Christmas shopping for this year. Sigh, that makes me depressed.

Anyways...

DID I MENTION I GET TO GIVE AWAY 5 TOOLKITS?

How to win?

First: You have to be a US resident.

Second: Leave a comment about what you are looking forward to the most about the holidays or what you are least looking forward to... (cough, cough... DISHES!)

That's it.

If you would like an extra entries: you can like PAM on Facebook and then leave a comment on ECM on Facebook.

I will announce winners on Friday with my last PAM experiment. Which includes the redemption from the worst meal I have ever made and coincidentally on a good day one of the worst meals to clean up.







50 comments:

Elaine said...

Holiday family get togethers with great food and leftovers!

Kim said...

I'm looking forward to spending my first holiday season on the East Coast!

Paula said...

I love cooking all the delicious, traditional holiday foods.

stacey said...

I'm mostly looking forward to spending time with my family (for reals lettuce)... and I'm least looking forward to the clean up, but it's not that bad because it's not at my house this year =P

kristincaler said...

I LOVE all the fall flavors, the root veggies, the squashes, gourds, pumpkins, everything.

Nouveau Chef said...

My least favorite part of Thanksgiving is the menu! I wish it wasn't so ritualized but my family would feel deprived if we didn't have the traditional meal.

Petite Darlings said...

Looking forward to spending our Thanksgiving as a family of 5! ( we just had a Baby Boy). Not looking forward to taking the leftover meat of the turkey...

Sarah A. said...

I love spending time with the fam, stuffing ourselves silly, and then vegging out on the couch afterwards!

mlmnttlkr said...

Have no idea what our holiday plans are yet, the worst part will probably be hubby going to bed super early to work black friday morning at walmart.

Michael said...

A jam cake for my birthday. Not that my birthday is a holiday, but it is December 22nd. And a jam cake is a traditional holiday cake where I grew up (Kentucky).

Me! said...

This is a tough one. I love Thanksgiving but I hate Christmas (and all the other holidays around that time). Best part of Thanksgiving is all the yummy super rich food. Worst part of Christmas is how people get all 'I'm such a good person, I'm so much better than everyone else' and generally making me want to murder them all.

Amanda Paroli said...

Celebrating the holiday with family and friends. I love to cook and love to feed everyone. Turkey, stuffing, yams, green bean casserole all the traditional goodies along with pumpkin pie and cheesecake. Just have to do this all before hubby goes to work. Lol. Major dislike the clean up afterwards dishes dishes and more dishes.

Pat R said...

I love having our sons' families, all 10 grandchildren, around us during the holidays. And I love the Christmas baking that spells Christmas.
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Abigail (aka Mamatouille) said...

Definitely need me some PAM! We don't have a dishwasher...nuff said! :)

Pat R said...

I left a comment on ECM
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Mb said...

holiday desserts!

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JamieAnne of A Dash of Domestic said...

I'm looking forward to seeing extended family members

Brenda said...

Love the time with the kids to get out the old board games and card games. Extra points if we get snowed in. Leftover turkey all made into freezer meals that are sleeping in the freezer ready to go. (of course getting to that point is a lot of work!)
Bring on your new PAM! I'll give it a work out!
Brenda in Minnesota

Tricia said...

I am looking forward to the holidays because I get to see my husband. He is in the military and we have been apart for 3 1/2 years now. We wanted to keep our kids stable in their high school years, so I have been living near our families and he was overseas for 3 years and now is in the states on the east coast(I am on the west coast). He tries to visit every six months. So when he is here we are very much about family dinners and family get togethers. I love to cook and bake. I always tend to make enough food for an army when it is the holiday season. Love Pam already so I bet the new Pam is great. Tricia in Washington

Therese said...

I'm looking forward to being with my family! I am living very far from them for the first time and it has been really difficult! Being with them is what the holidays are alla bout for me

Therese said...

I'm looking forward to being with my family! I am living very far from them for the first time and it has been really difficult! Being with them is what the holidays are alla bout for me

Kristin @ Going Country said...

Oh Lord. Your mention of dishes made me tired. Not sure if we're hosting Thanksgiving this year, but when we do, we have 20+ people and no dishwasher.

That is a serious suck.

But! So as not to be too Debbie Downer, for Christmas this year we're planning on driving to D.C. to spend Christmas with my sister and her family, who just moved there. Way excited to skip the huge extended family gathering here AND spend Christmas with my own family for the first time in ten years.

Rachael said...

I'm looking forward to all the great food with family even though it will take a long time for me to prepare it. I'm not so much looking forward to the dishes, but I'll recruit my husband to help.

Jennifer said...

I am looking forward to starting new and continuing old traditions with my brand new daughter.

Karen M. said...

I always look forward to getting together with the whole family for a good visit. But it's a double-edged sword! That's what I don't look forward to...

Casey said...

I'm really excited for some big family dinners with a lot of food - turkey potatoes and sauteed green beans is my favorite meal.

Least looking forward to all the money I'll be spending on food and presents! But it will be worth it :)

Dawn Richards said...

I'm looking forward to our usual gathering of friends who have been joining us for years. I usually do most of the cooking, but this year I plan to do all of it to save myself from facing another "mystery" dish that no one would eat. Guests can bring the wine and champagne!

Anonymous said...

I am most looking forward to my parent's amazing food....of course!

Girlglasses said...

I am most looking forward to my little boy's face when he opens presents. That's the best.

KATRINAROO said...

TOTALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO COOKING AND EATING.........ESPECIALLY COOKING AND EATING WITH MY FAMILY!( SON~NOAH,15 ~ DAUGHTER ~ ROO,ALMOST 6, AND LOVIN HUSBAND JON, 38) AFTER THE LAST 2 YEARS OF STRUGGLING THROUGH, AND BEATING HL, ALL THE MEDS, THE TREATMENTS AND THE DOWNS OF IT ALL, I AM CANCER FREE, MY FAMILY AND I ARE STRONGER THAN EVER AND IT LOOKS LIKE WE GET TO HAVE A NICE NORMAL HOLIDAY SEASON THIS YEAR!I HAVE ENERGY AGAIN, I CAN EAT WHAT I WANT.............I CAN'T WAIT TO SPOIL MY FAMILY

ktea said...

I'm looking forward to everything. I absolutely LOVE the holidays. I make a really good pumple pie (pumpkin + apple combined)!

Jessie said...

I am looking forward to my son and I making all sorts of fun goodies for the holidays and my new baby getting to start solid foods! Bring on the holidays! :)
I wish for the holidays to have my husband do the clean up...but we know that will NEVER happen! Only if Santa became a fat lady that sings and flys backwards...ha!

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Leslie said...

Although I miss the cooking and the wonderful family favorites I love getting away with my mom and enjoy a relaxing time at a new place every year. We have a new tradition, sitting sipping cocktails and doing our Christmas cards.

SarahB said...

I'm looking forward to planning, shopping and cooking holiday meals for the first time this year - we are newlyweds and looking forward to establishing new traditions.

GanjaNinja said...

I look forward to seeing my extended family from far away; the holidays are the only time of year I get to see them. I'm also looking forward to the opportunity to make the baked goods & sweet treats associated with the season (pumpkin rolls, sugar cookies, peppermint bark...). Oh! And turkey. Turkey is awesome =D

Stacey Jones said...

I have to work this Thanksgiving. But we will be celebrating it either after I get off work or on the weekend. What I'm looking forward to is cooking with my husband and teaching my children to cook. Hopefully they will learn recipes to hand down to their kids. My husband and I will clean up probably after a nap together! Lol happy holidays! Stay safe!

JB said...

Thanks so much for the giveaway! The thing I look forward to most is peppermint - peppermint coffee, peppermint candy, peppermint cookies...yum & yum.

Chris said...

<<>>.....oh, the calories..... All for a good cause, though, right?!?!? I look most forward to baking for a semi-annual tea/fundraiser in my area. It's the best excuse to try new recipes! (Little do they know, Guinea pigs, one and all!!!) I usual trial-bake a few of the recipes "just in case" and annoy too many people with extra "early" calories! Just sharing the happiness!!!!!

Giveaways are simply wonderful!

Staygr8ful said...

Every month I send my Dad eight to twelve dozen cookies to share with the troops where he is deployed. This holiday season I look forward to sending more cookies and other types of baked goods to our troops over seas. I do not look forward to my first Christmas away from my dad. (P.S. I am 12 and my Mom said I can post on her account because I can’t have one, but I really want to win this). Ashlyne

Jeanene said...

I am looking forward to baking sugar cookies with my two year old twin girls for the first time, sage stuffing for the turkey (mmm), the smell of the Christmas tree and hot apple cider. It will be my baby boy's first holiday season too! So much to celebrate!

Deja said...

I am looking forward to all the baking my kids and I will do, running a Turkey Trot with my daughter Thanksgiving morning, and then heading home to snuggle by a fire and eat all the great food we made.

Ksamoila said...

enjoying our first holiday married, in our first home together!!!! the added bonus of family, friends and our adorable 2 1/2 yr old .

Tina said...

I'm looking forward to spending time with my family!!
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Jenny said...

I'm looking forward to our annual cooking making. We have been doing it since I was a kid, and I am not looking forward to our annual cooking making, it stresses me out and usually some of us end up not talking to each other for awhile. In the end, all is good!

JackieJ said...

I look forward to all the turkey i get to eat and make during the holidays!

debbie said...

Family, good food and decorating!

~conqueror said...

I'm looking forward to the good food, but I'm NOT looking forward to all of the family drama!

Cheryl said...

I am most looking forward to my first holidays with my first grandson, due on 11-11-11!

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