12 Days of Christmas Giveaway: Day Ten Enter to Win

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Today is the tenth day of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway. You can enter each day to win the prize of the day! Contest rules and how to enter are below.

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On the first day of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway, my true love gave to me So Easy Christmas Tree Pull-Apart Bread.

So Easy Christmas Tree Pull Apart 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway: Day Ten Enter to Win

Enter to Win Today’s Prize:

Epicurean Cutting Board 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway: Day Ten Enter to Win

Today’s prize is Epicurean Gourmet Cutting Boards from Epicurean brought to you by RecipeLion.com. In order to win today’s present, all you need to do is:

Like RecipeLion’s Facebook Page AND:

Leave a comment on this blog post telling us:

WHAT KIND OF CUTTING BOARD DO YOU USE?

BONUS ENTRY

Receive one additional entry by leaving a comment on this recipe for So Easy Christmas Tree Pull Apart Bread on RecipeLion’s site. Just go to the recipe on the site here —> So Easy Christmas Tree Pull Apart Bread and leave a comment.

 

OFFICIAL RULES

  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” the RecipeLion Facebook page to be eligible.
  • The winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, Wednesday, December 4, at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this blog post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US.

 

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“Sleigh of Prizes” Text/Rules:

Enter to win all 12 Presents from the 12 Days of Christmas by entering a comment on today’s recipe on RecipeLion. You can enter a comment each day of the contest on the featured recipes for 12 chances to win!

OFFICIAL RULES FOR GRAND PRIZE

  • To be entered to win the “Sleigh of Prizes,” one of each of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway prizes, you must leave a comment on today’s recipe of the day, So Easy Christmas Tree Pull-Apart Bread.
  • You have until Friday, December 6, 2013 at 11:59 CST to comment on our recipes on the site.
  • One comment per person, per recipe on the site, is permitted to be posted each day of the Giveaway.
  • Comments left on this blog post do not count towards the Grand Prize.
  • Grand Prize winner of all 12 prizes will be announced on December 7, 2013.

 

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Comments

  1. I have several. Mostly I use heavy plastic that can go in the dishwasher, but I also have the throwaways. Then I have the traditional wooden ones. I would love some new ones. The plastic ones don’t hold up very well to be honest.

  2. i have 2 plastic ones that are beginning to show their age. New ones would be great!

  3. I have only one cheep cutting board, at this time. It is a plastic one I picked up for a buck. Boy, do I ever need more, and new pretty ones. So I don’t cross contaminate my food. I do try to wash it real good. But you can never be to save. Thank you for the chance to win.

  4. Katherine says:

    I have a plastic and a glass one I use

  5. JenniferB says:

    I have a large plastic cutting board that I use all the time

  6. Nettie O'Connor says:

    I need a new one mine broke and mcast iron one is not easy to use (too hard to clean)

  7. Jane Tamplen says:

    I have 3 wooden ones in varying sizes (that I need to replace) and 2 glass ones.

  8. sharon bugar says:

    Right now all I have is a very old cheap cutting board that is in very bad shape, I do not even think it is real wood, I could really use a new one.

  9. Carla Toppass says:

    I use an old wooden cutting board that I made in high school shop in the shape of a fish. I could definitely use an update!!

  10. I usually use a thin glass cutting board that’s very small.I need a new one.I love the one in this giveaway.

  11. I have two plastic cutting boards.

  12. I use both wood & plastic.

  13. I have a plastic board I use for meats and a wood board that I like to use for veggies

  14. Erica Boscio says:

    I have a couple sizes of plastic boards

  15. I have 2 different sizes of plastic cutting boards.

  16. Susan Smith says:

    I have a plastic cutting board.

  17. MaryAnn Casey says:

    I have a red plastic one and a wooden one.

  18. Gary Norton says:

    I love to bake – plastic cutting boards are difficult to work with. Presently, I’m using a
    wooden board, but these Epicurian Cutting boards look fantastic.

  19. Teresa Knittingdancer says:

    I use a small hard plastic cutting board most of the time. I have a large wooden and glass cutting boards if I am doing a lot of chopping or cutting.

  20. Sandie Lynch says:

    I use 3. Red for meat, green for veggies and yellow for everything else.

  21. This Christmas Tree Pull Apart recipe does look really easy and makes a cute food decoration for your table!
    I have a hard plastic cutting board that I used for chopping vegetables and meats!

  22. I have a plastic cutting board

  23. I use a plastic cutting board

  24. Rickie Hinrichs says:

    Oak.

  25. Shannon Baas says:

    The wooden one that is built into the kitchen.

  26. I use a wood cutting block.

  27. Lisa Ortiz says:

    I have both a wood and plastic cutting board

  28. Jennifer M says:

    I use large hard plastic one.

  29. Lisa Lebow says:

    Bamboo, but it just broke in half

  30. Ramona Fore says:

    Currently I am using two wooden boards, a large one and one that is about the size of a good paddle. I like the wood ones, but they are getting so old and over-used that I’m worried about contamination if they don’t get cleaned well. I could certainly use a need type of board. Those epicurean ones look pretty special. They would be great fun to use.

  31. alyce poalillo says:

    I have small and a large plastic ones and also a wood one.

  32. Bamboo cutting board

  33. mary dziadziak says:

    wooden

  34. I have a bamboo cutting board as well as those thin, plastic bendy ones that you can get at the dollar stores..they come in handy as well

    Kathryn C

  35. I have three – wood, plastic and glass!

  36. Pam Gurganus says:

    I use a Norpro cut-n-slice flexible cutting board.

  37. i have a plastic one- would much prefer having a bamboo one!

  38. I want to try this!

  39. christy garvin says:

    The cheap plastic kind you get from the dollar tree.

  40. Julie Smith says:

    I’m old school, so I always use a thick wooden cutting board! Thanks for the chance to win!

  41. We use bamboo cutting boards

  42. Michele OShell says:

    I use a cutting board my cousin gave me 35 years ago that he made in shop class!

  43. Sherry Wylie says:

    I use a sheet of plastic for the most part. But I have two wooden cutting boards.

  44. I have an old small wooden cutting board…in desperate need of a new one…thank you for the chance :)

  45. Michael G says:

    Plastic for meats. Wood for veggies/fruit. Another for bread.

  46. It looks taisty to me, but Im in weight watchers!

  47. Sara Sullivan says:

    I use a bamboo cutting board.

  48. Frances C says:

    I use 2 small plastic ones that can go anywhere.

  49. Joanne Schultz says:

    I use a wood cutting board

  50. Shirley Conley says:

    Currently I use a small plastic one my sister regifted to me

  51. I don’t have one just been using my meat platter to cut, slice or dice on.

  52. kathy pease says:

    I use a plastic one :)

  53. wow great prizes

  54. Mary Bailey says:

    I use an acrylic cutting board and use bleach to sterilize it.

  55. Mary Jo Folks says:

    I have a couple of cheap cutting boards. Would like a good one.

  56. Mary White says:

    I constantly use my 3 cutting boards, one for bread, toast, one for meat, one for veggies! All dishwasher safe.

  57. What a neat recipe to share during the holiday season. It will also be useful for those times when something special is called for.

  58. I have a really flimsy plastic cutting board that I got at the dollar store.

  59. I have a small plastic one I use for cutting smelly items like onions and garlic. Otherwise I typically use our butcher-block counter.

  60. christopher h says:

    I guess it’s plastic, i’m not entirely sure

  61. The cutting board I use is plastic, but I have a decorative one that is very old.

  62. Recipe sounds easy and delicious for a way to make Christmas get-togethers fun.

  63. I have 3 + cutting boards, 3 are acrylic and 1 is wooden (bamboo). All get washed and sterilized before being used again.

  64. Diane Moore says:

    I have a pull out cutting board that is built into the countertop. It is old and cracked, etc. Sometimes it gets stuck and is difficult to pull out but I make it do for the most part. It’s probably due for a replacement but it will have to made to fit back in the groove it is in now .

  65. Diane Moore says:

    I have a wooden pull out cutting board that is built into the counter top. It is old and cracked, etc. Sometimes it gets stuck and is difficult to pull out but I make it do for the most part. It’s probably due for a replacement but it will have to be made to fit back in the groove it is in now .

  66. Edna Williams says:

    I have only one large wooden cutting board.

  67. Stephanie says:

    I just use a plastic board.

  68. Nancy Hearell says:

    I have a small plastic one that my ex made me at work. Would love to have new one.

  69. I have a couple plastic ones I use — I large and I smaller.
    I also often use a china plate.

  70. teresa scarborough says:

    wood

  71. Cindy Sherwood says:

    I use 2 types the most. For most jobs, a flexible sheet type. For meats, I use one with a trough around the edge to trap the juices so they don’t run off.

  72. Vikki Billings says:

    I actually do not have a cutting board right now, I use a plate right now.

  73. susan wiener says:

    I have a wooden one that’s really great to use.

  74. Louise Hinton says:

    I have a heavy plastic one have used for years.

  75. Lauren-Olivia Wood says:

    I use an extra large plastic cutting board!

  76. I use an old plastic one, as my wooden one split, it was so old! A new cutting board would be a great prize to win!!

  77. Marcy Shuler says:

    A heavy plastic cutting board.

  78. Kendra Gillilan says:

    Old plastic one , so need a new one

  79. That bread looks awesome.

  80. Kendra Gillilan says:

    Pull apart tree, great for company !

  81. theodore esteghamat says:

    I have a plastic board.

  82. I never thought of baking dough balls in the shape of a Christmas tree. Good idea.

  83. Debbie Rozear says:

    this sounds like a great finger food treat that would make a neat center piece until someone starts to pull it apart. The person making it can get creative by putting other toppings wrapped in the cheese to mke it a chessy-pleasing surprise. A star or other shape could be created for a tree topper too!

  84. Shaun Braswell says:

    Bamboo cutting board.

  85. Buddy Garrett says:

    I use a wood cutting board. It isn’t large enough.

  86. Christine says:

    plastic cutting board

  87. Lynda McMillan says:

    I use a wooden board that I pull out from the kitchen drawer.

  88. Susan Christy says:

    I use a glass cutting board for chicken and a plastic Farberware cutting board for other things.

  89. Kalyani N says:

    I have a plastic cutting board

  90. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I would love a nice new cutting board. Thanks for having this contest.

  91. Thanks for the giveaway… we have an old maple cutting board, about the size of a iPad.

  92. I have 3 Pampered Chef cutting boards. a small bar size, a regular size and a large one that fits over the sink. Depending on what I need to chop, cut, whatever, is the one I grab. :-)

  93. Rachel Ellis says:

    I currently use a plastic cutting board.. it’s way too small and has a slope at the end which is supposed to help with transferring ingredients to the pot but all it actually does is cause all the juices to run on the counter :)

  94. I have some plastic ones

  95. I use nylon cutting boards.

  96. Michelle Tucker says:

    I use different cutting boards for different items. We’ve got a plastic one for meats and a wooden one for veggies.

  97. I use a wood one and plastic one.

  98. I have my cutting board that pulls out of the counter in my apartment.

  99. I use a variety, but love my bamboo one.

  100. Donna Kozar says:

    I use a plastic one.

  101. Currently I am using a Pampered Chef cutting board or a thin piece of plastic board bought from the Christmas tree shop…..I love bamboo though but mine broke in half :(

  102. I use a wooden one for cutting meats, and a glass one for cutting my fruits and veggies! Would LOVE a new one!!!!

  103. TL DeProspero says:

    Whatever is available!

  104. Rebecca Boivin says:

    I have a butcher block cutting board…..

  105. bonnie newman says:

    Old scratched plastic

  106. Elizabeth says:

    I use both wooden & plastic cutting boards…but tend to use the plastic ones the most. I love how the Eco plastic boards are made from 100% recycled material!!

  107. I LOVE IT

  108. Tammy Stephens says:

    I have an old slab of oak that has been passed down thru the family

  109. I use a teak board for meats & plastic for veggies

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