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Monday, October 18, 2010

Spice & Rub Lovers Giveaway

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These are the rules for the giveaway. Ends 11/14/2010

Mandatory entries are numbers 1 & 2.  The rest are optional and count for more entries  Leave a separate comment for each entry. Each option counts as an entry. So take advantage of as many as you like. Remember to number each option in the comment.

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1.  Follow this blog publicly http://www.abundanceyeah.blogspot.com/  1 entry
2. Visit http://www.abundanceyeah.etsy.com/ and leave a comment on this post 1 entry

Additional Entries

3. Like me on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#%21/pages/Washington-DC/Abundance-Yeah/145176392173548?ref=sgm  1 entry

4.  Heart my  http://www.abundanceyeah.etsy.com/  2 entries
5. Comment on what you would like to see more of on this blog http://www.abundanceyeah.blogspot.com/ 1 entries
6. Make purchase from http://www.abundanceyeah.etsy.com/  10 entries


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This is what you can win
This is a 6 bottle rub set. 3oz bottle and a 6 bottle seasoning set . This is a great gift. Most people think of rubs and cooking on the grill but they are excellent coming out of the oven and even fried.

I hand blend all the these spices myself in a certified kitchen with all the ingredient listed on the bottle and the can be purchased directly for me.  Just email me abundance@gmail.com  Mention the this giveaway in your email and get all 12 for 10.00 plus 4.95 shipping.  Great gift idea.
Carolina Rub (Pork, Chicken)
Peppery Rub(Fish, Lamb, Pork, Beef, Chicken)
Memphis Rub (Pork, Beef, Chicken, Turkey)
Kansas Rub (Pork, Beef, Chicken)
Herb Rub (Lamb, Beef)
Brown Sugar Rub (Chicken, Fish, Turkey)

This picture shows the varies sizes available.  The giveaway is for the 2oz bottles.
This is a set (6) of spices in 1oz jars of hand blended seasoning, rubs and finishing salts that will have you rediscovering your kitchen and just in time for the holidays. This spice and finishing salts are all blended by me in a commercial kitchen. All of my spices come with a set of free recipe cards and a reusable jars. This way you can order a refill when you run out. The flavors in this set are:
Lil’ Taste of Southwest
An essential ingredient for any southwest recipe is chili pepper. The blend had an even amount of herbs and garlic to give many dishes the aroma saying what’s cooking’. Think outside the box. This is superb on oven fried trout.
Lemon Sesame Seed Chile Salt
These flavors dance in your mouth. The coarseness of the sea salt really lifts the flavors and the sesame seeds give a wonderful texture that holds the flavors together. This is great on lamb. Spice it up out of the box!

Kickin’ Jerk Rub
This is a medium combination of spices that make the rub sweet and savory. The mixture of nutmeg and allspice bumps this rub to low-medium on the heat scale. This work very very well on grilled shrimp. Even an indoor flat grill.

Herb Sea Salt  
This finely ground blend of herbs (oregano, rosemary and more) is very flavorful on pork. Ground pork is a well kept secret but the right spices it can be a party in you mouth.

Spicy Salt
Now this is great when you want to add a kick or a punch depending on the amount used. This blend is loaded with heat but not too much to confuse your mouth. This oregano clams this blend down. However, it’s still kickin’ with white pepper, cumin, ground red pepper.

Chipotle Fish Seasoning
This is a seasoning that works well fried, in the oven or grilled seafood. The vast array of herbs, sea salt and pepper also makes it excellent for jambalaya. When you use this seasoning you can own your jambalaya

72 comments:

  1. I'm your newest follower from the Monday Blog Hops. Come check out my blog at: http://adventuresofathriftymommy.blogspot.com/

    Have a great day!

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  2. I'm a follower!
    www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

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  3. I visited your etsy shop and holy smokes! I want some pumpkin butter! =o)

    www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

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  4. I heart-ed you on your etsy site =o)

    www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

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  5. I am a new follower! Thanks for linking up to Hunk of Meat Monday too!

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  6. I am your newest follower from the MFM blog hop. www.coloradobeckers.blogspot.com

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  7. Hi! All of the rubs sound so good. You can't ever have too many spices!

    {I liked you on FB as well.} :)

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  8. Looks yummy! Thanks! New follower!
    ~K
    bigklittlea.blogspot.com

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  9. I am a new follower and excited to read more.

    bamagv at aol dot com

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  10. I love your etsy shop and am putting the 11 jar sampler on my Christmas wish list!

    bamagv at aol dot com

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  11. I would like to see a post on the different types of salt (sea salt, himalayan salt, pink salt, etc) and what the difference is and how the different types are best used. With so many varieties out there, it is confusing which to use sometimes.

    bamagv at aol dot com

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  12. Thanks for stopping by, following you too!
    Okay I wish I could cook... my food never looks good but somehow everyone eats it!

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  13. I follow your blog and I visited your Etsy shop. The pumpkin butter sounds so good!

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  14. I hearted your Etsy shop (QW33NBEE)

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  15. I would like to see more giveaways on your blog!

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  16. I hearted your Etsy shop (QW33NBEE)

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  17. OMGoodness LOVE to win. I'm a new follower and checked out the etsy shop. LOVE the pumpkin spread ... YUMMM

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  18. I am following you publicly on GFC.
    Awesome things you have.

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  19. Hello and welcome to the hearth and soul hop this week. Please add a link back to the blog hop so more people can join in the fun. I am now following your blog. Your spices look lovely and I am sure more hop participants would love to enter your giveaway if you would please backlink. Thanks, Alex@amoderatelife

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  20. i follow your blog via GFC
    ashley-conner at att dot net

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  21. I visited your etsy shop and would love to try some of the pumpkin butter
    ashley-conner at att dot net

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  22. I'd like to see another 12 hour giveaway...that was neat the other day!!
    ashley-conner at att dot net

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  23. 1. I follow you publicly.

    mare460 at hotmail dot com

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  24. I think I really need to order some Peach Butter for my Husband's Stocking at Christmas!

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  25. 2. I visited your Etsy store. The mango and gourmet pumpkin butters sound soooo good!

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  26. Not sure what I would like to see more of, Maybe the 12 hour giveaways, but I really LOVE your blog and think it's good how it is. I like your recipes, so maybe more of those w/your spices?

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  27. I like you on FB.

    mare460 at hotmail dot com

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  28. 4. I hearted your Etsy shop.

    mare460 at hotmail dot com

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  29. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your encouraging words. I am so glad you stopped so I could enter your giveaway. What great recipes you have. I am a new follower. happyhomeandheart.blogspot.com

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  30. Your etsy shop is wonderful. Not sure what I would like to try most. The spices are great.

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  31. Hi,

    Following you back! Too bad I live in Canada.

    Take care,

    Anne-Marie

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  32. Following you back. I live in Canada, so I can't enter, but they look great :0)

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  33. Hello, thanks for following my blog. I now follow yours. Have a nice day.

    Mary O

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  34. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am just stopping in to say hi and that I already follow you!

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  35. Thanks for following my blog! I'm following yours now as well. Your etsy products look amazing! Thinking about Christmas gifts. :)

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  36. I am a public follower
    I visited your Etsy and your Gourmet Kickin Jerk Dry Rub sounds delicious.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  37. I "like" you on Facebook
    (Tamara Bennington)
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  38. I would like to see more gift ideas with the holidays fast approaching or maybe some holiday recipes
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  39. #1, I heart your Etsy
    (tamaraben)
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  40. #2, I heart your Etsy
    (tamaraben)
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  41. Thanks for linking up with us at MFM. Following you back from the Thrifty Things.

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  42. I'm now a follower. Thanks for stopping by josephsgrainery.com

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  43. Hope I win, cause these rubs sound delicious!
    Info at josephsgrainery.com

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  44. #1 Hi! I am a new follower.. :)

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  45. #2 mmmm Gourmet Pumpkin Butter

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  46. Following back from Meet Me on Monday! We are total foodies and feel that seasoning your food well is the key to truly good food! I'd love to be entered in the giveaway!

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  47. I visited your shop on Etsy and really like the very different combinations of flavors used in your products! Yumm!!

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  48. I hearted (favorited) your Etsy store and would love to see more veggies like the beets and zuccini, but maybe not too spicy. It's great what you do with carrots. Very much an "unsung" veg in my opinion!

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  49. Oh, yeah..... I almost forgot to add this. I "liked" you on Facebook!

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  50. I follow your blog (thanks for linking up to Keepin' Company Thursdays by the way) and I particularly like the Gourmet Kickin Jerk Dry Rub. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  51. omg just found your blog and products on etsy. I am now following you on twitter and google. I must say all of your products are gorgeous!! I must try the mango butter!

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  52. I am a new follower from Traveling Through Thursday.

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  53. Etsy shop looks delicious....Mango butter...yummy!!!

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  54. Hi there. I follow you and did check out your fine site. We do a lot of wild game and we have a fairly large smoker. What rub might be good for elk meat? Any idea? We also do a lot of jerky and hubby buys his rubs out of Sportman's warehouse. I really don't know much about rubs and such. That's his dept. But I was gandering at the Mango butter, I have never tried that. Sounds great!
    geneveve2 at gmail dot com

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  55. Thank you for stopping by. I am following you back.

    Vickie
    vickvern1 @ gmail dot com
    victoriasvoic44.blogspot.com

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  56. Visited the http://www.abundanceyeah.etsy.com/ The mango butter looks delicious!

    Vickie
    vickvern1 @ gmail dot com

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  57. Awesome site! I popped over from the comment you left me!

    Following you now on google friends.
    Christine
    http://starrzz.com/blogstarr

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  58. I now follow! Thanks for the visit! :)

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  59. Your store is awesome! Love everything but the jams are probably the first thing I'd try! :)

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  60. I hearted! bjncourt. I'm thinking about doing a Food Week with features/giveaways on the blog in the next couple of months so I'll be back! :)

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  61. Hi!
    thank you for visiting and following my blog! I´m following you back!

    Have a great weekend!

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