And the Winner is……Sandra M, with this cost efficient, and yummy smelling tip!
“Place the rinds of 2-3 oranges in a quart jar and fill with vinegar to make your own cleaner. Works great!”
Thank y’all for all the amazing tips, time to get Cleanin’!
With little ones at home it seems that just as we’re putting one basket of toys away another is being dumped over on our kitchen floor while we’re trying to get dinner on the table. Oh and don’t mind the dirty dishes in the sink from lunch that we were going to clean during nap-time!
No matter if you have little ones at home or they’re all grown up on their own, cleaning up is a necessary evil. The kitchen is one area that seems to require the most clean up attention, but when we cook with our crocks we’re using less pots and pans, plus when we use Reynolds® Slow Cooker Liners we don’t even have to clean the crock! It’s a beautiful thing…and so is Spring! Here is a fun giveaway we put together to get you started on your Spring Cleaning. Less time cleaning up the kitchen and more time to get after that junk drawer! (Yes, it’s time.)
Just answer the following question in the comments section of this post below, “What is your best spring cleaning tip?” and you’ll be entered for a chance to win Reynolds® Slow Cooker Liners for an entire month (three boxes), a Slow Cookin’ Companion cookbook and a brand new slow cooker!
– One entry per person
– Winner will be announced on the site on Friday
The Winner IS…..Brittany #178. Not only is your mom blessed to have you as a kiddo, we hope she enjoys the blessing of these Bella appliances and target gift card! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to y’all!! – Jenna and Nicole
Here is her story… and if you have time read them all, but grab a box of tissue first!
“MERRY CHRISTMAS CROCKIN’ GIRLS! It would be the most amazing CHRISTmas for us, if my mom, who loves Crockin’ Girls & LOVES to cook, could win this amazing package. She has been a single mother of 3 (17,15,12) for about 7 years now, and now we are older so the stress of “needing” to have presents under the tree is not so high, but I know that it would make her so happy if she was able to put some under there, plus to be able to give her something that she truly could enjoy using everyday, doing what she loves the most, cooking, it would be my dream come true for her. She works very hard, and is only able to pay our bills, but is truly blessed to be able to do that, and would never ask for anything like this for herself. We have been blessed to be healthy, and although I know it has to be extremely hard on my mom sometimes, she never shows it, and she is the most amazing woman and role model I could have ever asked for. I would love something good to happen to her, to show her that good things happen to good people. She has been subscribed to yall since you first launched your web site. God bless you and your families!”
The winners are!
Angela H. with – “There is a cheese ball we make during the holidays that is great and everyone goes crazy for!”
Judi – “Pecan Pie of course!”
Pam – “Every year for Christmas it’s requested that I make a Cheesecake layered Pecan Pie. It’s the best pie ever!”
Dawn H. – “My Grandmother’s Cheesy Potatoes!”
Shari – “We have a delicious crab dip we make every Christmas… that is my personal favorite!”
Deb H. – “German Potato Salad is a must!!!”
NaDell – “My mom’s recipe for sweet cinnamon bread. She used to make it into candy cane shapes and freeze it to bake it on Christmas morning. I adapted the idea to make wreaths for close to 40 friends. I freeze them in pie tins so they can make it on Christmas morning (or whenever they want to since no one likes stale bread.)”