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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

A Century Of Flavor Cookbook Giveaway

Enter for your chance to win one of the Gifts for Everyone from my 2009 Holiday Gift Guide. FIVE lucky readers will win a copy of A Century of Flavor Cookbook. For more information please see my holiday gift guide.

To Enter: Visit the Nielsen-Massey website and tell me something you've learned while visiting.

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Giveaway ends December 12, 2009 at 11:59pm ET and is open to those with a US Mailing Address.

The winner will be chosen by using random.org. Winner will have 72 hours to respond to notification with shipping info - if no response, another winner will be chosen.

57 comments:

Danielle said...

I learned that the US consumes about 1200 tons of vanilla beans annually.

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staceyk said...

The otonaco Indians of Mexico were the first to have the secrets of vanilla.
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Darcie said...

I learned that the ancient Totonaco Indians of Mexico who were the first keepers of the secrets of vanilla.
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Dianne said...

I learned that Madagascar Bourbon vanilla is considered to be the highest quality pure vanilla available, described as having a creamy, sweet, smooth, mellow flavor.

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Amber said...

I learned in the fun facts section that a few drops of vanilla in a can of paint will eliminate unpleasant odors!
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thaeter7 said...

She is a"Pure Vanilla Specialist!
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Deb said...

I learned that Vanilla is the only fruit-bearing member of the orchid family. I had no idea!!

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george ferris said...

Some vanilla in a paint can gets out odors.
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Deborah Wellenstein said...

Madagascar Bourbon vanilla is considered the highest quality vanilla.

katklaw777 said...

Thomas Jefferson introduced vanilla to the US! cool fact. katklaw777 at yahoo dot com Great giveaway, thanks!

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Daniel M said...

US consumes about 1200 tons of vanilla beans, hard to fatham - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

nfmgirl said...

I learned that the vanilla they use is Kosher.

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bison61 said...

Vanilla is the only fruit-bearing member of the orchid family

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Anonymous said...

Madagascar is the largest producer of vanilla beans!

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FIBERONE said...

This fun fact, "Dolly Madison created a sensation when she served ice cream as a dessert in the White House at the second inaugural ball in 1812", was the answer to a question on a history exam that I took years ago. Most of the class, including me, did not answer the question correctly, because the information was under a picture in the textbook. It was never mentioned anywhere else in the book. From then on, I read all the captions and information with the pictures in textbooks.

karen said...

It is the ancient Totonaco Indians of Mexico who were the first keepers of the secrets of vanilla. When they were defeated by the Aztecs, they were demanded to relinquish their exotic fruit of the Tlilxochitl vine, vanilla pods.

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Anonymous said...

I learned that Thomas Jefferson is credited with introducing vanilla to the United States.

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Aisling said...

In 1602, Hugh Morgan, apothecary to Queen Elizabeth I, suggested that vanilla could be used as a flavoring all by itself, and the versatility of the exotic bean was finally uncovered.

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Rebecca L said...

I learned that All Nielsen-Massey's vanilla products are Kosher certified, Gluten-free certified, and they have been a certified organic producer since 1998.

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packerfantimmy said...

I learned "Nielsen-Massey Vanillas has been producing premium pure vanilla products since 1907. From its ever-popular Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla to custom blends and flavors created for specific customer needs, Nielsen-Massey has earned the reputation as the producer of fine vanillas worldwide."
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abby said...

I never knew there were different types of vanilla.

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chromiumman said...

learned that the US consumes about 1,200 tons of vanilla beans

ktgonyea said...

I learned that the US consumes about 1200 tons of vanilla beans annually.

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Tamara said...

I learned that Thomas Jefferson is credited with introducing vanilla to the United States in the late 1700s.

Gianna said...

Vanilla is the only fruit-bearing member of the orchid family :)

Kristy said...

I learned that Nielsen-Massey Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanillla Extract is made from the highest quality certified organic vanilla beans and pure, certified organic alcohol

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