Monday, July 5, 2010

Win a Jar of Organic Raw Honey

Tropical Traditions Canadian Raw Honey is delicious! I received a 17.6 oz jar. It looks just like a jar of peanut butter. The honey is solid, but spreads easily. It is not in liquid form. I was reading a book from the late 1800's and the mother spread honey on the children's homemade bread. What a great idea! So this morning, I had toast with honey. It was sweet and scrumptious!

This honey comes from remote areas of Canada. It is not processed, which is why it is not a liquid.  It retains its natural crystal form. It is certified organic and delicious!

How would you like to win your very own jar of this honey? All you have to do is leave me a comment, telling me what you will use it for.

For additional entries:

2. Become a Public Follower of my blog.

3. Subscribe to The Legacy of Home through Feedburner.


4. Write a post, linking to this giveaway, on your own Blog. (This is worth 3 entries. Please leave 3 separate comments.)

5. Tweet about this Giveaway.

6. Follow me on Twitter

7. Post about this on Facebook.

8. Choose to "Like" The Legacy of Home on Facebook.

9.  Follow @troptraditions on Twitter.

10. Choose to "Like" Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

11. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions Sales Announcements. 

One random winner we be selected on Thursday, July 15, 2010. (U.S.  Entries only.) If I am unable to reach the winner within 48 hours, an alternate winner will be selected. Your entry is only valid if you include a way for me to contact you. This product will ship directly from the company.

This contest is closed. The winner is  -  Tim.

* I received this product from the company for review purposes *

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78 comments:

Michelle Smith said...

I am a public follower! :)

Michelle Smith said...

We love honey in our house. I would use this spread on toast, biscuits, scones and sunflower butter sandwiches. Thank you for offering such a sweet giveaway! :)

Tonya said...

I would love to spread it on bread with pb,my kids LOVE pb&honey sandwiches:)Contest only email is
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The Hillbilly Housewife said...

I am a blog follower

The Hillbilly Housewife said...

We have gone to whole foods only in our home. Raw honey is what we should really be eating, but it is quite expensive around here! We buy a sort of raw honey, but it isn't truly thick raw like it should be. So, we would use it anytime we want a sweetener. We do not use any processed foods, such as sugar!

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Anonymous said...

I posted the contest on my facebook profile page! Thank you for this opportunity, we LOVE honey on our bread.
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joyce said...

I would make peanut butter and honey sandwiches. Yes, I'm an old lady, but I still eat PB & J with the best of 'em! I'd eat PB & H, too.

I would also spread the honey on my morning bagel. I'm a creature of habit - toasted bagel, orange juice with 2 ice cubes, and black coffee. Vanilla Nut. Every day.

Kristi said...

We spread our honey on our homeground whole wheat pancakes. Yum!
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Anonymous said...

I have never tried raw honey, but would love to try it. My husband loves honey in his coffee and my kids and I love peanutbutter and honey sandwiches!
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Kristi said...

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Penny said...

Enter me - I'll cook with it - use it in baked goods, in salad dressings, on toast or biscuits or cornbread.

Sara said...

Would love to win this; I've never had raw honey, so I'd figure out what to do with it after tasting it.
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SisterTipster said...

following...

SisterTipster said...

hot biscuits...and oat meal with cinnamon~yum!! Honey/lemon tea too!! Oh yeah!!

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Debbie said...

I like The Legacy of Home on Facebook.

Debbie said...

I follow you.

Debbie said...

I love honey on biscuits!

Cindy said...

I use honey all the time in a digestive drink I call a "vinny". It consists of equal parts of raw apple cider vinegar and honey.
You know how to contact me :)

Tim @ Families Again said...

Oh! Pick me, pick me! I would use it for sweetening drinks, on cereal, on toast, etc. etc. etc. We love honey!

The Burkherts said...

Oh let me see, how would we use it?? Let's see 8 children and a dad who loves honey! I think the real question is how long will it last. It sounds wonderful. How about a nice cup of tea!

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The Burkherts said...

Oh let me see, how would we use it?? Let's see 8 children and a dad who loves honey! I think the real question is how long will it last. It sounds wonderful. How about a nice cup of tea!

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Michelle said...

I would make honey butter syrup for pancakes or spread it on biscuits. But my kids would eat it by the spoonful right out of the jar. =)

Michelle said...

I follow. =)

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Kristy said...

I like you on Facebook!

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Kristy said...

I would use this to sweeten my tea!

Heidi said...

I would put it on toast or biscuits. Yum!

Heidi said...

I follow you publicly!

Tami said...

i want it for my iced tea and for pb and j!

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Matt said...

I'll use it to sweeten my tea and smoothies.

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Heather said...

Oh, honey!! Good giveaway. I love honey in my Jasmine green tea...I cannot get enough of that stuff:)) Please enter me:)
PS: I never comment enough, but loving some of your words on loving teens:)

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Sue said...

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Sue said...

I love honey for toast in the morning or to use when I bake bread. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Angela said...

I love this honey just on toast with a little tiny bit of butter.

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I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions sales newsletter.

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matt4melis said...

I'd use it to spread on sourdough pancakes

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