Thanks to everyone who entered The Kitchenmaid’s first birthday giveaway. It was great to get your feedback on what you’d like to see more of and I hope to bring you more good food and ideas in the year to come. But without further ado, here’s the list of lucky winners:
Kate of Kate’s Cakes And Bakes has won Alexa Johnston’s gorgeous new book, What’s For Pudding?
Libby of Lovely Wee Days has won the Wellington On A Plate goody bag, complete with a bottle of Wairarapa pinot noir, a bottle of Lot 8 olive oil and a Wellington On A Plate apron and teatowel.
And Janice, Paisley Jade, Heavenly Ingredients, Shaheen and Choey have won twin packs of Whittaker’s 72% Dark Ghana chocolate. Whittaker’s is the only commercial chocolate brand made in New Zealand and I can personally vouch for its deliciousness. It’s the only chocolate I use in baking (and we eat a fair amount of it too).
Sorry I couldn’t send everyone a prize, but it’s been hard enough not eating my way through that box of chocolate as it is! If you’ve won something, drop me a line or DM on Twitter (@thekitchenmaid) and I’ll arrange getting your prize out to you.
Congratulation everyone with this fantastic price;)
Thank you! I'm thrilled. Looking forward to my whitakers. X
Thanks! I am so excited to be one of the lucky winners! I will be in touch 🙂
Hi Lucy, Twitter won't let me DM you & I can't find your email anywhere on your blog! Mine is: libby(dot)manley(at)gmail(dot)com
Ohhhh! What a wonderful surprise- thank you so much!
Hi Lucy, thanks very much. I thrilled to win the chocolate and my husband is even more thrilled lol!
Having probs DMing you too. My email is janice dot pattie at gmail dot com.
First congratulations to ALL the winners, including me 🙂
I am so delighted to have won some NZ chocolate, I know a man in the house who is even more excited.
I don't have twitter, so here is my e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again, Thank you
I picked up the wonderful book from the Post Office after work today! We've been away (cycling…it may have been mentioned on the blog once or twice!). I really, really appreciate you sending the book all the way over to the other side of the world. I've just devoured it now in one sitting over supper. The title brings back many memories of me as a child badgering my Mum 'what's for pudding Mum!?' and I'm very much looking forward to making all the delicious sounding recipes! Thank you so much!