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Celebrating National Cookie Month with Tate's Bake Shop & A Bonus Giveaway!

This week I received an incredible package from Tate's Bake Shop, the award-winning bakery in Southampton, NY owned and operated by Kathleen King.  My family and I had the opportunity to try out their Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Chip cookies.
They sent me three packages and you will notice there are only 2 in the picture...
I opened the package and let's say they were gone before I could take the picture....
DELICIOUS!! 
I know why they recently won GOLD in the Cookie category at the 2011 sofi™ Awards, presented at the Fancy Food Show (known as the Oscars® of the specialty food industry) in Washington, DC.
I loved that they are made with all natural ingredients.  My family did not even notice they are made of whole wheat flour! YAY!! These crispy buttery cookies melt in your mouth. 
Trust me you cannot eat just one or even two...YUM!! 
I was also so excited to receive the Tate's Bake Shop Cookbook signed by the author and owner!!
According to Kathleen, each recipe is designed to “take less time to make than it would to go to a store to buy a commercially prepared baked good.” An important concept in my CRAZY life!

Kathleen has been baking since she was 11 years old, selling chocolate chip cookies at her family’s farm stand. Those chocolate chip cookies have since been voted America’s Favorite Chocolate Chip cookie by Rachel Ray, and Tate’s Bake Shop now offers many more cookie flavors, as well as a variety of Kathleen’s signature traditional American desserts such as cakes, pies, crumbles and more. The love Kathleen has put into her business over the last 40 years shows: you can taste it in every bite. 
Since October is National Cookie Month and it’s a perfect time to celebrate America’s favorite dessert Tate's Bake Shop is offering one lucky reader the same prize package I received (3 packages of cookies and a signed cookbook)!! OH IT IS A GOOD ONE!!
To enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and like Tate's Bake Shop on Facebook.
For additional entries:
Visit Tate's Bake Shop and tell me which kind of cookie or other goodie you'd love to try!
Please leave me a comment for each one!
Giveaway only valid for USA Residents
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on October 17, 2011.
Now for those of us that can't wait Tate's Bake Shop is offering a 15% discount for all orders through the end of October.  Just use the password COOKIE.
Now let the celebration for National Cookie Month begin.  I am off to find that last package (that I hid) of Tate's Cookies. OH YUM!
I received this gift package from Tate's Bake Shop, no other compensation was provided.  All opinons are my own.

 

Comments

  1. National Cookie Month! Now that's something I can celebrate:@) I'd love to be entered and would like to try the whole wheat choco chip. Thanks for the fun give-away Tiffanee!

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  2. Seriously! How do you have so many great giveaways??? This is a great one! I'm a follower and I like Tate's on FB too!

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  3. Everything looks wonderful on their website! But the shortbread is calling my name =o)

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  4. Hi, they look yummy! I follow you, and I liked Tate's Bake Shop on Facebook.

    Thanks,
    -Ruth

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  5. Hi, they look yummy! I follow you, and I liked Tate's Bake Shop on Facebook.

    Thanks,
    -Ruth

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  6. Oh Tiffanee, This sounds like a fabulous give-away and for National Cookie Month too! You lucky girl to get that book. I use to live not to far from Tate's. Oh how I miss Long Island sometimes!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    When I get a chance, I'll add this link to my Cookbook Party Give-away post. The more giveaways the merrier I always say. Thanks again...

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  7. Being 7 months pregnant I'd love to try just about everything that "Tate's Bake Shop" has to offer. . .the descriptions of the raspberry bars and the chocolate chip cookie bark make me wish I could run over and try them!

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  8. I would love to try the chocolate chip bark

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  9. How wonderful. Thanks for a chance to win this lovely giveaway. I'm a follower of One Crazy Cookie and liked Tate's Bake Shop on Facebook.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  10. Following Tate's Bake Shop on Twitter.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  11. The Sour Cream Coffee Cake looks wonderful! I would love to try those besides these Whole wheat dark chocolate cookies. :)

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  12. I'm a follower of One Crazy Cookie and like Tate's Bake Shop on Facebook.

    karin56381 (at) gmail.com

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  13. I "liked" Tate's on FB and I'm now a follower.

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