Thursday, March 13, 2014

Toffee 4 Two Giveaway Event

ARV $125
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Over 40 years of a family handed down Toffee Recipe Tradition. Welcome to the Toffee 4 Two Giveaway Event! Read more about it and enter below!
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9 comments:

  1. No traditions for my family. We just like to drink!

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  2. i am a single mom of six and some of our traditions are having dinner at the table together,praying together,and playing games together

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  3. Do have a handed down family tradition or recipe? Handed down? Not really. But we are making our own traditions.

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  4. My mother's cheesecake is the bomb. Apparently she got the recipe from my father's mother so I'm at least the third generation to have it.

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  5. Grandma had this awful salad but we still make it. Its cottage cheese and veg all canned veggies and olives

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  6. The only handed down recipe I have is for peanut butter fudge that is better than anyone else's.

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  7. Every Christmas and Thanksgiving (sometimes we play on New Years or at Birthdays) my family play a card game called pass-the-ace. My parents played it when they were teens. We always get 10+ people playing, and it gets crazy and we start accusing each other of cheating. We all start off with 3 quarters (or 4 if there isn't hat many people) and who ever wins get all of the money, which adds up when there is a big group!

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  8. Sounds delicious.... I don't have much of a family tradition, but since I am moving in with my boyfriend we can start to make our own family traditions (=

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  9. we have a cabbage and noodles dish that is passed down.. very delish.

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