Thursday, June 11, 2009

Amazing Taste Seasonings - CLOSED

Do you ever need an easy, inexpensive way to simplify dinner? Then today's giveaway is for you!

From the sponsor:

Today's consumers are facing a difficult economy and the worst case of food inflation in nearly 20 years; this has more Americans giving up restaurant meals to eat at home. Amazing Taste offers an opportunity to prepare affordable, healthy, fast, easy and delicious meals at home. Our functional seasonings make less expensive meats juicy and tender by sealing in the meat's natural juices and flavors that often escape during the cooking process. The result is more moist, more tender and more evenly cooked. Amazing Taste packets cost only $0.99 and season 2-4 lbs. of protein.


WHO can enter? US residents only

WHAT
is the giveaway? 9 seasoning packets from Amazing Taste Foods

WHEN
can I enter? This giveaway is open from today until Thursday, June 18th at 5pm MDT. The winner will be announced on Friday, June 19th.

HOW
do I enter? You have 3 chances to win:

1 - comment below and let us know how you save money at the grocery store.

2 - visit Amazing Taste's website, check out the recipes they have listed using their spice packets, and comment here about what recipe you will use if you win.

3 - tell someone about this giveaway. You can blog about it on your blog, tweet about it, or post about it on facebook. Make sure you include a link back to this post. After you have done this, come back and leave another comment letting us know what you did. Remember - the more people that come, the better the giveaways will be! (Check out the button below this post to make sharing this giveaway even easier!!)

Make sure that if you are doing multiple entries, that you leave multiple comments. If you leave all the entries as one comment, it will only count as 1 entry!!

This giveaway is sponsored by Amazing Taste Foods.
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35 comments:

  1. Our family saves at the grocery store by buying simple staples... we buy dried beans instead of the cans and buy flour to make our own bread, etc. We also buy in bulk and meal-plan the week in advance.

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  2. I save money at the grocery store by buying in bulk a lot and watching sales.

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  3. Amazing Tastes fajitas sounds awesome. I'd probably make those first!

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  4. I buy my flours and sugars in bulk and watch the local grocery sales. Then I plan my meals around the sales.

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  5. How do I save $$? Shop sales, clip coupons, buy generic on product where you don't notice the difference and have the significant other shop at the commissary where he works for cheap meats. It's like a game to us to see how much we can save! :o)

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  6. If I were to win these packets, I'd make the chicken with artichokes the very night I received them. I love both main ingredients and it looks amazing! :o)

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  7. I save money by using coupons when possible, buying generic brands, and price matching.

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  8. If I were to win, I would make the Teriyaki Pizza by Jenn at Bread + Butter. It sounds delicious!

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  9. buying in bulk is definitely the key at our house

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  10. I use lots of coupons and I buy off-brand when I can.

    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. I'd use the Gourmet Burger recipe.
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  12. I would love to try the Savory Low-calorie Chicken using the Malibu Seasoning. It sounds pretty yummy!

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  13. I save money by shopping the food ads and buying what's on sale with a coupon! I also buy meats in the larger and less expensive family packs, bring it home and break it down into how I will use it.

    mynew30{at}gmail{dot}com

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  14. Definitely the Steakhouse Marinade!

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  15. I've actually just started using more seasoning packets in an attempt to add flavor without adding padding to my thighs...it's a great bonus that it HAS saved us money at the store too.

    My biggest tip is to meal plan, but I only meal plan for 5 days. There are always leftovers, frozen chicken, etc to make dinner with those last two nights before I go shopping again.

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  16. It was a tough choice at the website, but I think I'd try the Pork Baby Back Ribs first. It doesn't sound any easier and hey look fabulous!

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  17. I would definitely try the salmon with dill. I LOVE that combination. Salmon is one of my absolute favorites, but I don't want to eat it the same way every time. The seasoning packets are JUST what I'm looking for!

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  18. To save money at the grocery store I go to Sams Club and buy bulk. I buy a big thing of ground beef and then cook it all at once and then I always have some in the freezer for a quick way to fix a gourmet meal.

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  19. Ways to save at the grocery store: shop the sales, buy in bulk, meal planning, use a list.

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  20. I would love to try that Honey BBQ Seasoning to make my own BBQ sauce.

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  21. I would make the lime grilled chicken. I love grilled chicken, maybe because my husband usually does the grilling!

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  22. I save at the grocery store by using comp ads at walmart, and by checking the price per ounce on items and chosing most items based upon that.

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  23. I shop the sales, and I make sure I eat before I go so I don;t think everything looks sooooo yummy.

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  24. I buy in bulk and check for sales. I also try and pair sales with coupons that I have to save even more.

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  25. Here's a $ saving secret I do every 2 weeks. I pick up a roasted chicken at our local Costco for $6, less than the price of a whole raw chicken at the grocery store. Stretch it into 4-5 meals - throw the bones & skin into ziploc bags in the freezer to save for making broth.

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  26. I'd like to try Amazing Taste Malibu Seasoning & their Savory Low Calorie Chicken.

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  27. We shop at the military commissary. Once in a blue moon the regular stores will have something cheaper, but not often. We'd be homeless on the beach if we could only shop at the other stores here in Hawaii.

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  28. I would love to try the steakhouse marinade.

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  29. I save money at the grocery store by buying items that are on sale and planning my meals around them. I also don't buy things I don't really need, like cake or other items from the bakery section. Such a temptation... I usually put them in my cart, walk around the store to do the rest of my shopping, then put them back before I check out. I save calories that way, too. :)

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  30. I'd make the Amazing Taste Chili... or maybe the fajitas.

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  31. I was fortunate enough to receive samples of the seasoning packets. They are amazing! I made pot roast last night with the beef seasoning and blogged about it. I also mentioned your giveaway with a link to your post.
    http://cookbookcuisine.blogspot.com/2009/06/amazing-pot-roast.html

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  32. I posted a link to this giveaway on my facebook profile.

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  33. I save money at the store by watching the sales and visiting different stores. The circulars really do help!

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  34. These seasonings look awesome! I'd love to try the lime grilled chicken recipe from their website.

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