Sunday, 29 December 2013

A word of thanks and a Chocolate cook book giveaway.


2013 has been a wonderful year for simply.food. I have had much recognition in the virtual food world with interviews and features on various sites. The site has seen a substantial growth in its twitter followers, google plus followers and goggle friends connect followers. Each and every reader is very precious to simply.food and I appreciate all your visits, comments that my visitors leave. Each and every visitor has motivated and inspired me to continue creating great recipes to share with everyone. It is this love that finally made 2013 the best year for simply.food. This is because in October my dream of finally publishing two cook books Easy to cook potatoes and Easy to cook snacks came true.

Thankyou to each and every one of you who has been part of simply.food I really appreciate your support and request that you continue to drop by, comment, inspire and motivate me.

To celebrate this success and to start the new year I would like to host this giveaway to thank all my visitors.
The prize is a book Chocolate by Gina Steer containing an assortment of chocolate recipes.

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  • Open to over 18 years old and UK residents only.

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138 comments:

  1. More of the same! I love your blog. The best bit is the Competitions & Giveaway's

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  2. I'd like to see some cheap dinner alternatives for feeding the family and also more low fat recipes and pack lunch foods that are healthy.

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  3. Some gluten free/lactose free recipes would be lovely as I struggle to find them!

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  4. Maybe more recipes that use meat substitutes such as veggie sausages and more veggie news of new products and initiatives.

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  5. Maybe more recipes that use meat substitutes such as veggie sausages and more veggie news of new products and initiatives.

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  6. more recipes for kids!

    Ashleigh

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  7. More unusual recipes
    Commented on Coconut Chutney

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  8. chocolate recipes that are easy to make

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  9. definatly more chocolaty recipes

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  10. I'm always on the go so I would like to see more healthy, quick recipes of healthy snacks and lunches :) x

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  11. Alternatives to sandwiches for packed lunches - bored of them!

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  12. I'd like to see more delicious with fewer calories

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  13. More great tasting food with fewer calories

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  14. Healthy packed lunches ideas for adults

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  15. Lots of new recipes that I can test on my veggie dad!

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  16. More of the same with alternatives suggested for vegetarians

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  17. quick and cheap family dishes

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  18. Recipes with only a few ingredients that you find in cupboards

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  19. More unusual foods/recipes - I love trying out new food stuffs!

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  20. More of the same, doing great! :)

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  21. I have a craving for chocolate and my friends are too and I need recipes for my family next weekend and please don't let it have nuts thanx!
    But how to make link Indian food in Australia.

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  22. More of the same healthy recipes.

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  23. My son loves exotic fruit thanks to his father introducing him to fruits from his country, it would be great to see some exotic fruit makes including a smoothie (because I love smoothies :p).

    Jade from Unique Young Mum x

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  24. More healthy eating but cheap recipes for all the family. Maybe some slow cooker recipes?

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  25. I love spicy food, and my daughter is now vegan, so would be great to be able to recommend things to her.

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  26. Some easy Thai recipes? Thai is so tasty and healthy would be great to learn how to do it myself x

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  27. Budget recipes both meat and vegetarian

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  28. Budget recipes both meat and vegetarian

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  29. Budget recipes would be nice :)

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  30. Easy meal which can be made well in advance

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  31. lots of varied vegetarien options-minus mushrooms :)

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  32. More of the same, your site is great

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  33. some quick easy but yummy recipes for toddlers as i have very little time to cook as i also have 3 older children, an 11month old and a newborn

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  34. My momma doesn't want to buy too many cakes and chocolatey stuff. I gotta make up myself. Haha.

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  35. I love chocolate, so anything with it in would be good.

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  36. A selection of preserves, jams, chutneys etc

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  37. A selection of preserves, jams, chutneys etc

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  38. more of what you already do

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  39. More of what you do - I love everything :)

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  40. more demonstrations! yes - even more!

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  41. More veggie recipes please xx

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  42. Some money saving recipes :)

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  43. slow cooker recipes and puddings please

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  44. Things you can make a big batch of and then use in different meals later in the week

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  45. Puddings and lots of diary free

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  46. Picnic foods, ready for better weather!

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  47. I wouldlove to see more slow cooker recipes and money saving recipes thanks x

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  48. more chocolate - recepies and tasters!

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  49. More unusual recipes, also anything that might tempt my meat loving boyfriend to go veggie once in a while!

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  50. Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate (but simple things, I'm not good in the kitchen!)

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  51. Meals from around the world and toddler friendly recipes. Maybe things that children could make or help make?

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  52. More rice dishes! I am lost for inspiration when it comes to rice!

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  53. Some cake/dessert recipes that are lower in sugar as I'm trying to cut down!

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  54. low fat, low salt, low sugar recipes suitable for a diabetic

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  55. More about food care, storage and stopping wastage

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  56. I love Vietnamese food but never see it anywhere.

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  57. More chocolate recipes and cakes made out of vedg

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  58. Quick and easy vegetarian recipes

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  59. I love the blog. How about some menu planners, like if you do this starter it would work with this or this

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  60. Easy to make desserts that look like I've spent hours on them ;)

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  61. Great as you are!!! Keep up the good work!

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  62. More of the same! Maybe some budget recipes :-)

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  63. More Celebrities eating habits / cooking ideas

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  64. Fatless recipes for cakes and biscuits

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  65. Cooking on a shoestring! So many people struggling to find money for food nowadays.

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  66. More dessert recipes, perhaps using vegetables and different ingredients like quinoa.

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  67. more unusual recipes something that gets the mouth salivating

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  68. Definitely unusual recipes, often nicer than what we've been eating day in day out!

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  69. Healthy and tasty vegetarian options

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  70. recipes for special dietary requirements

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  71. Exciting but easy lunch ideas would be fab :) x

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