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Let the Celebration Begin!!

LET'S CELEBRATE!!
I can hardly believe that it has been 2 years since I started this blog. 
This was my very first post and probably my family's favorite cookie:
What a fabulous adventure it has been!!  I have met so many wonderful people, been introduced to amazing new foods and recipes.  I LOVE reading your comments and checking out your blogs!!
To celebrate properly this week's posts will be a bit different than the usual to honor you my followers and readers!! Expect some random things and it's not a celebration with out some gifts!!
For the first giveaway..
A set of red spoons and a set of measuring spoons and cups and best of all:
A great local Cook Book from my high school and my dad's softball team. Which was graciously provided by my SWEET MOM!!
It has some great recipes in it. Some of my dad's favorites's provided by my mom.
The Buttermilk Syrup Recipe came from there! OH YUM!!
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on September 12, 2011
To enter leave me a comment. For additional entries tell me what you would like to see
here on One Crazy Cookie this next year!!
A huge THANKS to all of YOU!!

Comments

  1. I love cookbooks from churchs, schools and women's groups. I get some of my favorite receipes there. And you can never go wrong with red accessories. :)

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  2. Congratulations, blogging is not easy sometimes! Now I am off to read the buttermilk syrup link.

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  3. Congratulations on your second anniversary! So glad I found your lovely blog this year :)

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  4. I'm all for cookie recipes...LOTS of cookie recipes :)

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  5. I love your blog. Your recipes are great. I love your quest fav recipes. You have been a great resource for new recipes for my family for about a year now.

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  6. Keeping bringing more of the same. Truly enjoyable blog.

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  7. Congratulations on your 2-year blogiversary!! You KNOW I've certainly enjoyed the recipes you've shared!.. And I look forward to visiting your blog often for your THIRD year ahead!.. Hope you're enjoying a very Happy Labor Day Weekend! ~tina

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  8. 2 years??? Congratulations! How cool is that! So glad you are here. Your recipes are fantastic! I just might have to make these chocolate chip cookies today =o)

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  9. 2 years. NICE! My 2 year is coming up in a couple months also. I thought I'd stick with it a year tops and then I would run out of recipes. Ya right! Good for you, keep the awesome recipes coming!

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  10. Stopping by from the Pioneer Cookbook. Very nice giveaway you are having. I love giving things away.

    Once a month, Most times more often.... I give an apron away to the people who are always leaving comments on my blog.

    I am going to tweet this for you. Terry

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  11. Wow! Happy Second Blogiversary to you, Tiffanee! I've been enjoying reading your posts and getting to know such a faithful blogging friend. Here's to many more blog posts. :-)

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  12. Congratulations!!!!! I have so enjoyed the recipes on your blog!!! Thanks for the giveaways too!

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  13. Congrats girl!!! 2 years!! Good for you. What do I want to see this year??? Hmmm, everything you post is awesome. You give me so many great inspirations! Congrats!


    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  14. I would love to win this gift pack! As a mom of 6 kids I love how simple your ideas are. I think my kids will actually eat more now! Thanks! Kasey (mikesdork (at) aol (dot) com)

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  15. What a great giveaway! I love that you are offering a local cookbook. Great way to support the community!

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  16. Ahhh how sweet of you. You know How I love me a cookbook :)

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  17. That sounds like a good cookbook. shondaet@gmail.com

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  18. Idea: Maybe once a month write up a special meal menu including appetizer, salad, dinner, dessert around a theme. Just a thought! shondaet@gmail.com

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  19. Who doesn't need more measuring cups, seriously! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. Love your site, you help me plan meals. Would love to win this.

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  21. I love hometown cookbooks, tried and true recipes are the best!

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  22. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog - so happy you started 2 years ago.

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  23. Keep doing what you're doing - more posts with wonderful recipes!

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  24. I always love a good cookbook! What a fun giveaway. Thanks for a great website over these 2 years!

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  25. would love to win red spoons to match my red mixer :)

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  26. Happy Anniversary, and wishing you many more happy years of happiness on your blog! I am glad I found your blog awhile back, your recipes are simple, and easy to follow, and I can afford to make them:)Thanks for the giveaway:)

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