Phoebe’s Friday Favorites: Wusthof Classic Carving Set Giveaway

GIVEAWAY--WUSTHOF There’s no better time to say thanks and give back than Thanksgiving. I get all mushy when I think about how thankful I am for all of you readers who have stuck with me throughout the journey of FMP and supported me with your comments and feedback. As always, I am going to try to express my gratitude in the form of schwag.

Wusthof is my favorite brand for good quality moderately priced knives. Their tools take up 90 percent of my magnetic knife strip, and they’ve lasted me pretty much entire tenure as a food writer without a problem. So, in honor of all the turkey that will be roasted and sliced to perfection, one of you lucky ones will get a brand new carving set to put to work next year around this time.

To enter the Wusthof Turkey Day Giveaway and win a Two-Piece Classic Carving Set ($150 value), you must:

1. Comment below and tell me about your favorite dish on your Thanksgiving table. For the record, mine is this.

2. Subscribe to my newsletter. The winner will be announced in next Sunday’s email blast, so you must sign-up to find out.

3. Follow me on twitter @PhoebeLapine. (I will check!).

4. For two extra entries, Tweet the following:

@PhoebeLapine is giving away a @wusthof carving knife set for #thanksgiving on Feed Me Phoebe! Enter here: http://ow.ly/r5wyw

Giveaway closes 11/29/13. Winner announced via the Feed Me Phoebe newsletter 12/1/13.

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56 Responses to Phoebe’s Friday Favorites: Wusthof Classic Carving Set Giveaway

  1. Ashley Sinram says:

    Bourbon Sweet Potato Casserole! My family fights every year for who gets the last serving!

  2. Rebecca says:

    My mom’s stuffing. It was her mom’s recipe, and as much as I love making and eating it, I love pulling that old recipe box out and reading the beautiful script it’s written in just as much.

  3. Frankie says:

    Cider-shallot herbed gravy! A vat of that, please. Where’s my knife? :)

  4. Kelly D says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish is candied yams.

  5. Kelly D says:

    I follow you on twitter(Kellydpa)

  6. Kelly D says:

    I subscribe to your newsletter.

  7. Rebekah says:

    My favorite thing on the thanksgiving table is fried turkey, of course!

  8. Rebekah says:

    (p.s. I did all the twitter stuff, my twitter handle is @rebekahatl )

  9. Noel says:

    I love the stuffing and the green bean casserole (I make my own version). I couldn’t choose which one I like better.

  10. Steph says:

    My mom’s stuffing, especially the bit that pokes out of the turkey and is brown and crusty and crunchy and amazing. But maybe that doesn’t qualify as it never quite seems to make it to the table, or even out of the kitchen other than in my belly ;)

  11. Jenne says:

    Green salad with tomatoes, spring onions, avocados, and cucumbers.

  12. Jenne says:

    Followed on Twitter via @MooshuJenne

  13. Isabelle says:

    my favorite is my cornbread and stuffing (any and all stuffing!)

  14. Isabelle says:

    I am an email follower :)

  15. Allie says:

    My cider-brined turkey — and the homemade stock the next day. The smell of the roasting bird is the highlight of my day (my waistline is thrilled for that…)

    (already subscribed and following you… retweeting your post!

  16. Cathy says:

    I love my mom’s savory roasted chestnut and oyster stuffing! She makes it with bacon, onions, and Portuguese sweet bread. Her recipe is definitely one-of-a-kind and sooo delicious.

  17. Clare says:

    Obvious, but can’t go past a scratch-made pumpkin pie, just warm. Mmmm…

  18. My favorite dish hands down is my hubby’s stuffing. It is his mom’s recipe and it is by far the BEST I have ever had!! OMG just thinking of it makes me all hungry for some!! B ut yours looks fantasmic also!

  19. I am already subscribed, because you are also fantasmic!

  20. malerie d. says:

    my mom makes a wonderful stuffed mushroom that has become a tradition for us

  21. malerie d. says:

    I get your emails!

  22. Jess Minton says:

    Homemade cranberry sauce! So simple to make, and so necessary to cut through the richness of everything else on the table.

  23. Carolyn says:

    It’s a tie between my grandma’s stuffing and her pumpkin pie. The stuffing is classic, basically hearty white bread, onions, celery, poultry seasoning and chicken broth. And the pie is back-of-the-Libby’s-can with an all butter crust. And if course local high fat whipped cream!

  24. Meghan says:

    How has no one said green bean casserole with lots of crunchy onions?!

  25. Peter says:

    My favorite t-day dish is sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top. My father has been making it for years, it’s a family staple that also shows up at Christmas time. I love it, reminds me of the holidays & warm fuzzy family times!

  26. Samantha says:

    My favorite dish this year will be pecan pie. YUM!!!

  27. Sharon says:

    My favorite dish is the turkey. This year that bird will be bacon wrapped. :)

  28. Sharon says:

    I am one of your email subscribers.

  29. Sharon says:

    I follow you on twitter @rusthawk.

  30. Sharon says:

    2 tweet – https://twitter.com/rusthawk/status/405145750528471040

    thanks! and happy Thanksgiving! :)

  31. German Lopez says:

    My favorite dish is mashed tators with gravy. It ties the whole meal together.

  32. Jonathan Hall says:

    My favorite thanksgiving meal is the leftover sandwich. I like to take some bread and smear sweet potato casserole on one piece, cranberry sauce on the other, and fill it with turkey, dressing and whatever else is leftover! Quite delicious.

  33. MANDA says:

    Sweet potatoes!

  34. MANDA says:

    I follow on twitter.

    @mandaoverturf

  35. MANDA says:

    I tweeted.

    @mandaoverturf

  36. Caroline says:

    My mom’s French take on stuffing!

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