Hungry Happenings: You could win an Edible Spoon Making Kit to make these Nougatine Spoons.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

You could win an Edible Spoon Making Kit to make these Nougatine Spoons.


When I host parties I oftentimes can't decide on just one dessert recipe, so I end up making several things which I like to serve as small bites. I have an entire cupboard shelf full of mini bowls and cups along with tiny spoons and forks. On many occasions, I even create my own little serving vessels out of chocolate or cookies.

Up until this week, though, I had not ever attempted to make edible spoons on which to serve my sweet treats. A while back I saw a tutorial from Kimanh from Scissors, Paper, Wok where she used a kit to make edible spoons. As is suggested with the kit, she flattened store bought bread, cut it out using the kit's spoon shaped cutter then set her bread over the kit's metal soup spoons, baked them in the oven, and filled them with savory topping. I was so intrigued by this edible spoon making kit that I entered the giveaway she was hosting in hopes of winning one of the kits for myself.

Luck was on my side, although I didn't win, the maker of these kits contacted me and asked if I'd like to give an Edible Spoon Making Kit a try. Of course, I jumped at the chance. The day I took to the kitchen to create this recipe, I was like a mad scientist trying out everything I could think of to make edible spoons using these kits. After an afternoon of cooking and eating (way too much) I settled on my favorite edible spoons - Nougatine Spoons topped with Chocolate Ganache.

Today's recipe utilizes an edible spoon making kit, and all, yes I mean all, of my readers will have the opportunity to enter to win one of these kits. I'm giving three away! See the giveaway details after the recipe.


Nougatine Spoons (Makes 15-20 spoons)
     almond nougatine recipe adapted from Cookstr

Ingredients:

4 ounces raw blanched almonds
1/4 cup all purpose flour
pinch of salt
4 tablespoons butter, cut into small pieces
1/4 cup light corn syrup
1/4 cup granulated sugar

Supplies:

small heavy bottom saucepan
silicone spatula or wooden spoon
baking sheet
a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a Silpat
rolling pin
Edible Spoon Making kit or cookie cutters and mini muffin tins

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.


Spread almonds on a baking sheet. Roast in oven until golden brown about 8 minutes. Allow to cool then chop into small pieces. Once cooled, toss with flour and salt.

Put butter in a small saucepan. Pour corn syrup on top then sprinkle sugar over that. Heat over medium high heat until butter melts. Stir gently. Then allow it to come to a boil. Remove from heat and stir in floured almonds.


Pour onto a lined baking sheet. Spread out as thin as possible. Set another piece of parchment paper on top and use a rolling pin to roll it out as thin as possible. Remove top sheet of parchment paper and scrape off any stuck nougatine and spread it on the pan. 

Place in a preheated oven. Almost immediately, bubbles will begin to form and pop all over the surface of the nougatine. The original recipe said it would take 6 minutes for the bubbles to subside and the nougatine to become brown. Well, it took mine about 15 minutes. So, just keep a very close eye on it. If your oven doesn't have a window, set your timer for about 10 minutes, then check on it. Once the bubbling does subside and your nougatine is golden brown, remove it from the oven.


Use a knife or cookie cutter, in this case, I used the spoon cutter that came in the Edible Spoon Making Kit, to cut through your nougatine. Press the cutter down into the nougatine then giggle it side to side in order to make a nice clean cut. I suggest you cut around the edge of the nougatine then cut the center as the edges will be a bit more browned and will harden more quickly. If, however it gets too hard to cut, put the baking sheet back in the oven just long enough to soften it. I was able to cut all of my spoons without having to do this.


Use a metal spatula or knife to pick up a cut piece of nougatine and place it over the spoon mold.  Carefully press it into the mold so it forms a nice spoon shape. Allow to cool for a few minutes then just lift it off the mold. If using the spoon making kit, you'll have fewer molds than spoon shape nougatine pieces. By the time you have set the nougatine spoons on all of the molds, the first ones should be set enough that you can easily remove them, so you can use the molds again. Once again if the spoons get too hard, return to oven just long enough to soften the nougatine.

Options, if you don't have a spoon making kit: You can use round, square, or even flower shaped cutters to cut your nougatine. Then just drape them over an inverted bowl or muffin tin to shape into small bowls. You can also just cut pieces using cookie cutter, a pizza wheel or knife and use them to decorate desserts, or crush the nougatine into small pieces and sprinkle over ice cream. Or, just eat it; it is great all on it's own.

You will have scraps after you cut out your shapes and you can make more spoons if you'd like. Just grind or smash the scraps into very small crumbs. Spread the crumbs on a lined baking sheet in a thin layer, making sure there aren't any big gaps between the crumbs. Heat in a 350 degree oven for 5-8 minutes. Then repeat the process above. You should be able to get at least 5 more spoons doing this.


Once your spoons are cooled you can top them with chocolate ganache (recipe here,) as I did, chocolate mousse, cheese cake filling, whipped cream, etc. Be creative and have fun. Just be sure to wait to top them so they stay crunchy. You can safely fill them an hour before you want to serve them. Store the spoons in an airtight container in a cool dry place for several days. If you store them in a metal tin, you can probably keep your nougatine spoons for several weeks. Don't refrigerate.


If you like this recipe, please share it with others by using the share buttons below. I really appreciate being Stumbled Upon and Pinned, and am always grateful to those of you that share my ideas on your website. I do request that you don't post my entire tutorial, but rather share a picture with a link. If you make this recipe, I'd love for you to send me a photo tobeth@hungryhappenings.com so that I can share it here. 


Now, on to the giveaway...


GIVEAWAY
Three winners will be selected!

value  £19.99 approximately $31.27 includes shipping


Mandatory Entry: 
Leave a comment below.
In the comment, I'd love it if you'd tell me how you most often view my posts: 
via e-mail, through Facebook, through RSS feed, from a link party, from Foodgawker/Tastespotting/Pinterest etc., or by visiting the blog directly.

If you'd like to increase your chances of winning you can do any of the following to get bonus entries.

Extra entries: 
1 entry if you pin this recipe to Pinterest 
1 entry if you "Like" Hungry Happenings on Facebook
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Leave a separate comment for each entry.

I moderate all the comments before they appear on the site, so it can take several hours for your entries to appear. If you duplicate an entry, I will delete the second one.

Contest runs through July 30, 2012. 
3 winners will be selected by random.org.

Giveaway is open worldwide, except where prohibited by law.
 Entrants must be over 18 years of age. 
No purchase necessary. 
Odds of winning are based on the total number of valid entries (maximum of four entries per person.) 

Disclaimer: By entering this promotion, each participant agrees to release, indemnify and hold harmless the Sponsor and its parent companies, affiliates and subsidiaries and their respective representatives, officers, directors, shareholders, agents and employees from and against any injuries, losses, damages, claims, actions or liability of any kind resulting from or arising from participation in this promotion. Winner must reply to claim prize within 72 hours of receiving the email notifying them they have won.

337 comments:

  1. I'm connected to your blog through Google Friend Connect and LOVE when I see a post come up in my blogger dashboard!

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  2. I view through RSS feed. Every time you put a new post up I read it.

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  3. I typically read through RSS!

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  4. I subscribe via Google Reader.

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  5. I have added via facebook and by directly reading the blogs. I love this!!

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  6. I added via FaceBook and by directly reading the blog.. I love it!

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  7. I wait for all your exciting tips/tricks on facebook.

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  8. Ciao! I follow you on facebook. I love all your recipes and great ideas!

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  9. Love Love Love your ideas!!!! I like you on facebook and read directly your blog and love it. Keep the great ideas coming. <3 <3

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  10. Looks like a great recipe and fun baking accessories! Love reading the blog and the facebook posts!

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  11. Always read it from my blogs list on Blogger. So cute!
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  12. Follow on Facebook...can't wait to try this for granddaughter's BD next week.

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  13. I follow you on FB as well as receiving email and checking your blog for articles of interest. Really cute ideas, informative and directions are good and precise...Thanks!
    I don't see any of my options for comment so will have to opt for "anonymous".
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    1. Thanks Linda. I do wish Blogger would change the way the commenting box works and do away with their categories. Anonymous works being you added your e-mail. Good luck!

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  14. These are adorable! I'd love to win the kit. I most often see your posts via Facebook.

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  15. I pinned this idea/contest on my Favorite Recipes board on pinterest...although I think I may go back and edit it to be on my Party Ideas board instead.

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  16. I already "liked" you on Facebook.

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  17. how cute! would love to win this
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  18. i follow u on facebook.
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  19. I "Like" you on Facebook and so read every blog post. These spoons are just too cute. I love it that there is a kit to make them.

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  20. You are on my reading list via Blogger!! I love your posts!!

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  21. I read you via both Google Reader and Facebook.

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  22. i love this new item ,,,think it would work for pizza, cookies, pie , icecream toppings , cracker base with food toppings , omg have to have one , i am known as the gaget lady and have most new items but dont have this one ...love hungry sight and check it out more than i should let my family know ....pick me i will use the spoon more than most and too its full life spand.

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  23. i am on twitter, face book , pinterest any where possibe to see what you come up with next ...check on you more than my family needs to know daily is the word for them ...lol.......i love this new item and would use it to the fullest , pizza, tarts, cookies, appatizers, icecream base , omg too many good things to do with this spoom.........let me win i dont have this gaget .

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  24. I am a follower of your site. So I see what's new on my dashboard!

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  25. Since I already follow RSS feed do I get a second entry? Or is it for new followers only?

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    1. Hi Angela, yes if you follow your entry counts!

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  26. I follow you on Facebook and direct email. I also go to your website. LOVE!

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  27. I look at every post you make, but not always in a timely manner; I don't always have time to stay on top of my RSS reader.

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  28. I have repined many of your ideas and instructions. You have unique ideas that I love.
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  29. I read your posts using Google reader. Thank you so much for all the wonderful ideas.

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  30. These are so adorable. I would love to try this kit out. I usually read your posts from Google Reader because I subscribed to your RSS feeds.

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  31. Pinned this post and giveaway: https://pinterest.com/pin/53269208063299367/

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  32. "Liked" Hungry Happenings on Facebook

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  33. I subscribed to your RSS feeds. :) I love reading all your posts and never wanna miss any.

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  34. I see you at a lot of the same linky parties :)
    I saw this post via FB.

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  35. I've pinned these awesome spoons. Karyn G./PSB

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  36. I follow you via facebook. You do great things.

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  37. Love this idea for both sweet and savory. I'll be a hit at the Christmas buffet!

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  38. I follow you via facebook. Great work!

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  39. I like you on facebook

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  40. I follow you via facebook. Great work!

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  41. I pinned this post on pinterest.

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  42. Hi! I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook and also get the email updates! Your posts/ideas are SO MUCH FUN!! I love the idea of the spoons! Is it possible to order them through you? P.S. The little nutter butter puppies made my kids smile! :)

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    1. Thanks. I'm happy to have you following, just be sure to include your name and e-mail address when you enter your comments as anonymous so that if you win, I have a way to contact you. If you reply to this comment you can leave that information.

      Currently, the only way to buy the Edible Spoon Making Kit is through the company's website. Go to http://www.ediblespoons.co.uk/ if you are interested in purchasing one.

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    2. Thanks for the info on ordering the kits! I'm thinking of getting them for gifts! I forgot to add my email to the original post: juliering@cinci.rr.com.

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  43. I learned about your blog via pinterest. Can't wait to try this recipe :)

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  44. I have pinned your site to my pinterest board.

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  45. I am a Google Friend Connect follower. I read your posts as the appear on my dashboard.

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  46. I found your site through Pinterest and cannot wait to try this recipes.

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  47. I have subscribed to your blog via my RSS feed.

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  48. Wow, how cool is that? I usually read your posts through RSS feed.

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  49. And of course, as so many of your posts/recipes, I pinned it too :)

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  50. You are bookmarked at work...I read you when I need a break!
    P.S. My spoon OBSESSED daugther would love the kit! Might have to get Santa to bring her a set even if I don't win!

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  51. i visit you daily cause you are on my tool bar

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  52. i also pinned you on pinterest

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  53. i visit you daily you website is on my tool bar

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  54. I mostly read your posts via Facebook!

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  55. I like you on FB (as Floptimism)!

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  56. I also subscribe to your RSS (floptimism@yahoo.com)

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  57. And I pinned the page! http://pinterest.com/pin/162340761538634438/

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  58. I LOVE this idea and I even have small serving spoons to use for molds! (just in case I don't win) :)

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  59. I check your blog once a week unless I see something new posted on FB.

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  60. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  61. I most often read your blog through the RSS feed.

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  62. I pinned this on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/pin/56998751504638378/

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  63. I liked you on Facebook (Christina Chang).

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  64. I also follow through the RSS feed.

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  65. I check out your blog every evening. I love it. You are so creative.

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  66. Hi, I follow your posts on Facebook!

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  67. And I've already liked you on Facebook :-)

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  68. These are adorable! Love edible spoons! ... I follow on google reader

    hugs!

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  69. i scroll the headlines in RSS, and then click through the link to read the articles of interest.

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  70. Love your blog. I have been following you by email.
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  71. I havel already liked you on Facebook
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  72. I actually own this kit and love it - but never thought of using it to make the nougatine spoons - so cute!

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  73. I'm a email subscriber
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  74. I view your blog in my email each day and most days clicking through to it :)

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  75. I view through my email and most days click on through to your page itself!

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  76. I pinned your recipe to my Mmmmmm Desserts board!

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  77. I like you on FB too and I crack up at your topper there cause if you put the pics all together you get "Kiss me fuzzy slipper bunny!" or Be Mine Fuzzy slipper bunny!" LOL

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  78. I stumbled across your blog a couple days ago through pinterest and LOVED IT!!! I've already scoped out every section!!

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  79. Great tutorial. Thanks for the intro to a neat product. I found you through a Google search, follow you on Facebook and get your blog posts sent via email.

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  80. Great tutorial. Thanks for the intro to a fun product. I follow you on Facebook and receive an email when you post to your blog.

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  81. I'm signed up for email notifications for your blog.

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  82. These are awesome! I would love to win! Would be a fun way to get kiddos to try new things!

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  83. Pinned this recipe on pinterest

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  84. These are adorable. Would love to try making them.

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  85. I follow you via RRSS

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  86. I follow your RRSS
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  87. I liked you on Facebook
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  88. I am following you by email now :)
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  89. :) You know I wanna win! :D If I have the time, I really like to read your posts in my email. If I've just got a few minutes, I go thru your FB link. :)
    Thanks for the chance to win! Be BLESSED!

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  90. I mostly view your posts through email and Pinterest

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  91. I have the email subscription

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  92. And last but not least, I get your blog feed in my email! :)

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  93. I have pinned this on Pinterest

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  94. These are amazing!!! Love them :)
    Thanks so for sharing all of your fun food adventures
    Cheers
    Cathy

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  95. Oh my gosh, I would have so much fun with these! :) I mostly read your posts via e-mail. Love all your cute ideas! :)

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  96. I look at it once a week and I love your blog! I hope I win the spoon because I would like to make the edible spoon for one of my parties.

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  97. I most often view your post through RSS feed, you have the most creative ideas I seen!

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  98. I pinned on Pinterest.

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  99. I visit your blog and I receive through email.

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  100. I pinned this recipe to Pinterest

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  101. I liked you on Facebook.

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  102. I follow Hungry Happenings via RSS feed.

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  103. I follow by email and I visit your blog often.
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  104. I liked you on Facebook.
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  105. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  106. I pinned it on Pinterest :-)
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  107. I view your posts through fb and email... <3 this giveaway by the way...

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  108. I just found your blog through Foodgawker, and this looks amazing. I will definitely have to give it a try!

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  109. I receive your blog feed in my email!

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  110. I have your email subscription which is how I saw this great giveaway! I entertain a lot-this is a great idea! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  111. Hi! Since Facebook is now limiting how many people can see a businesses posts without charging for advertising, I now mainly see you through email. But my initial contact was through Facebook from Ali's Sweets, I believe. I love your blog and my cousin and I have found a lot of inspiration from your posts! Thanks so much!

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  112. I "Like" your page on Facebook!

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  113. I have "pinned" your recipe on Pinterest!

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  114. I just liked hungry happenings on Facebook!!

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  115. I'm always learning with you.I receive your emais and I follow you on Facebook.So glad I can participate now because I'm from Brazil and your promocions are just for USA.
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  116. Looks like a great recipe and fun baking accessories! Love reading the blog

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  117. I love your website. I always get the greatest ideas for any season. Its one of my go-to sites.
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  118. Hi Beth, I found your blog through foodgawker. Stunning presentation and the idea of serving desserts or appetizers in edible spoons is brilliant!

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  119. I found your recipe through foodgawker. I love the presentation of this dish! It'd be great with ice cream instead of ganache as well. Very versatile! and very appropriate for dinners/parties.

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  120. This is so unique! My mind is racing with ideas! I haven't seen anything like it.

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  121. I subscribe to your blog via e-mail. So that's how I always read your posts.
    Thank you for a great giveaway and the recipe.

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  122. I "Like" Hungry Happenings on Facebook as Tanya Rubezhov.

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  123. I follow Hungry Happenings via e-mail subscription.

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  124. I found you on Tastespotting, but I love your blog presentation - the pictures are so beautiful!! I would love [love!] to try this recipe and might have to even if I don't win.

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  125. I found you on Tastespotting, but I love your blog presentation - the pictures are so beautiful!! I would love [love!] to try this recipe and might have to even if I don't win.

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  126. I follow Hungry Happenings via e-mail subscription. What a great idea! I take "goodies" to a meeting each week where I need about 60-80 servings - small servings, but enough to allow everyone to have a treat. This will fill the bill perfectly.

    Thanks!!

    Doris
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  127. i follow via email subscription.thanks. I could imagine using this with pancakes or waffles would make a great presentation.

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  128. I love getting your blog via email! I've tried out several of your ideas and they are always a hit.

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  129. I just liked Hungry Happenings on Facebook!

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  130. I just pinned this blog on Pinterest!

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  131. I follow you by email.

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  132. I liked you on FB

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  133. First time here through tasteologie and I am super impressed with your recipe... wow is the word!!!! great work and step wise pictures are very helpful. Will browse through other recipes

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  134. i follow by your blog (which is bookmarked) and facebook.
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  135. Already follow you on Fb!

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  136. Wow! What a crazy cool idea. Wonder if those ceramic spoons like you see in Chinese restaurants would work?

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  137. I come by your blog directly. I visit a whole list of sites daily, and yours is one!

    My email is lunar_embrace@hotmail.com

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  138. hi , i see you through email :)

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  139. I view your posts mostly by Foodgawker.

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  140. I LOVE this idea and I am going to have to try it. I like this page on facebook

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  141. I view your posts through email and happily enjoy reading each one!

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  142. I follow Hungry Happenings via email

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  143. We view you most often via the link we have on our blog. Every time you post something new we get a heads up and come over to check it out! I am so happy we can enter this cool giveaway! We like you of Facebook too :)

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  144. Liked on FB, following on email, and pinned! These are just too cute!

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  145. I have this site in my favorites list and check everyother day.
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  146. I have subscribed through e-mail.
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  147. I mostly read your posts via email

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  148. I read you posts directly from your blog.

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  149. http://pinterest.com/pin/47710077273236980/

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  150. I follow Hungry Happenings via RSS feed

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  151. What a fun idea! So many possibilites with those spoons!

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  152. I subscribe via email as well.

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  153. My friend Kate and I discovered your blog and have been avid followers ever since, I just liked you on facebook. Usually we check your site every Tuesday morning when we are together, these spoons are the cutest, just like your blog.
    From Imogen and Kate. xx

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  154. imogen.saffy@hotmail.com is my email, if we won though Kate and I would share the kit together

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  155. I believe I've seen your creative treats via another blog (Craft Gossip). You are very talented! Great stuff!

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  156. I 'Liked' Hungry Happenings on Facebook, so I will be seeing all your delicious-looking goodies there.

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  157. This is the first time I've been on this site. I found it through foodgawker.com. These edible spoons are awesome!

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  158. I just found your website through One Pretty Thing. These spoons are such a great idea. I will be pinning them right away!
    Julie

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  159. I've been wanting these spoons. They look like fun! I found you through craft gossip.

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  160. I read your posts frequently. The pictures always draw me in.

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