New Year’s Day Magimix Vision Toaster Giveaway

GIVEAWAY---TOASTER Merry Christmas readers!

I hope you’re having a wonderful morning in your Christmas jammies unwrapping gifts, or at a Chinese restaurant eating some delicious sesame noodles. If I wasn’t sitting on a beach right now, I would most definitely be doing the latter. But in the spirit of gifts, I thought I’d give you one of my own, covered in virtual tinsel.

I’m not the biggest fan of New Year’s Eve, except for the fact that it gives way to one of the most fantastic days of the year for hangover brunch. You don’t necessarily have to be eating with a big group of friends. It could be as simple as making yourself the avocado toast of yours dreams. And if that’s your fantasy, then you’re going to be pretty pleased to add a Magimix Vision Toaster to your morning routine. Just as this was the Ferrari of food processors, this toaster is pretty much as sexy as they come.

To enter the New Year’s Day Magimix Giveaway and win a new Vision Toaster ($200 value), you must:

1. Comment below and tell me about your favorite edible hangover cure. For the record, mine is this and/or this.

2. Subscribe to my newsletter. The winner will be announced in next Sundayโ€™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 @Magimix vision toaster for New Year’s brunch on Feed Me Phoebe! Enter here:

Giveaway closes 1/1/14. Winner announced via the Feed Me Phoebe newsletter 1/5/14.


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79 Responses to New Year’s Day Magimix Vision Toaster Giveaway

  1. Caroline says:

    An avocado, smoked Gouda, egg and Sriracha sandwich!

  2. Kelly says:

    Anything but scrambled eggs; preferably a ham and swiss croissant from the farmer’s market down the street.

  3. Marnely Rodriguez-Murray says:

    My cure is how coffee, a cold Coke, and white rice (with an egg on top!)

  4. sharon says:

    Either dark chocolate or cheese grits is my go-to. *not* together! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. sharon says:

    I follow you on twitter @rusthawk.

  6. sharon says:

    I am one of your email subscribers.

  7. Kelly D says:

    It’s been a while, but mine is toast and Gatorade.

  8. Kelly D says:

    I subscribe to your newsletter.

  9. Kelly D says:

    I follow you on twitter(kellysaver)

  10. Margot C says:

    Well, we don’t drink so that pretty much solves that problem.

  11. Margot C says:

    I subscribe via email to this box: annazed10 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  12. Margot C says:

    I follow you on Twitter where I am @AnnaZed

  13. Kelly B says:

    I drink very often, so i’m not the best authority on this. However, I’d go with eggs, toast, bacon, a waffle and about a gallon of diet coke:)

  14. Jeannie says:

    Giant iced coffee & anything with eggs; preferably an egg sandwich or homemade breakfast pizza!

  15. Alexis K. says:

    A Waffle House chicken melt!

  16. Maree says:

    Prior to going out and drinking, drink lots of fluids, after drinking, drink more fluids and eat something you can tolerate, my favorite is chinese foods,but i’ve also been given milk thistle from my grandmother a few years ago, worked like a charm! I’d Really Love To Win The Vision Toaster, make my Asparagus Toastettes In There! I’d actually do Backflips to win that! , thanks for the chance! Happy New Years!

  17. Barbara Newman says:

    For a hangover, I eat a cheese omelet and a virgin bloody Mary. And I’d love to make toast in that stunning toaster, with butter and apricot jam!!!!!

  18. Jennifer Essad says:

    my favorite edible hangover cure: is warm black tea w/a drizzle of honey

  19. Robin Chesser says:

    A bit of the hair of the dog that bite you, in other words a shot of whatever you were drinking will cure the hangover FAST!

  20. Robin Chesser says:

    I followed you on Twitter.

  21. Vicky says:

    Honeydew Melon and Red Grapes, so refreshing and hydrating!

  22. Robin Chesser says:

    I subscribed to your newsletter and quite happy I did!

  23. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    oh, my goodness–your two remedies almost make me wish for a hangover! I’m lucky–I don’t drink enough to need a cure…I start every morning with a cup of strong coffee, so that’s probably what I’d have (and I’d hope it would work!)

  24. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    New subscriber

  25. Kim says:

    ice cold TANG orange flavored drink

  26. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    @lexiquin follows you on Twitter

  27. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    (am i supposed to leave two comments–for the two entries?)

  28. Nancy A. says:

    Don’t have a cure because I don’t drink. But, I do need a toaster badly and love this one!

  29. Nancy A. says:

    I subscribed to your newsletter!

  30. Stefanie Gladden says:

    I love Bloody Mary for a hangover!

  31. Stefanie Gladden says:

    subscribed to newsletter

  32. Stefanie Gladden says:

    following on twitter – steffers516

  33. Karen D says:

    My favorite hangover ‘cure’ is a grilled cheese sandwich with sriracha

  34. Karen D says:

    I subscribe to your newsletter

  35. Karen D says:

    @KDFF follows you on Twitter

  36. Karen D says:

    Tweeted once at (Had to adjust because it was too many characters).

  37. Karen D says:

    Tweeted again at (Had to adjust because it was too many characters).

  38. Shanna says:

    Iced coffee or gatorade and toast

  39. Shanna says:

    i subscribe

  40. Isabelle says:

    bloody mary or bloody ceasar (does that count as edible….I sure love to eat the celery stick, olive and prawn soaking in it!) ๐Ÿ™‚

  41. Isabelle says:

    I subscribe to your newsletter ๐Ÿ™‚ It is wonderful!

  42. Jeffrey says:

    I like eating pancakes for my hangover, seems to soak up all the alcohol in my system!

  43. Jeffrey says:

    I get your email updates sent to jefflammers at rocketmail dot com.

  44. Jeffrey says:

    I follow you on Twitter with the handle @FireRunner2379.

  45. Anna says:

    For me, there are two kinds of hangovers: those that have to be remedied immediately because I have to be at work that morning and the weekend hangover which usually leads to more drinking. For the work hangover, coconut water, coffee, two eggs over easy and peanut butter toast will usually do the trick. For the the weekend hangover, it’s the same thing, but with a red beer instead of coffee.

  46. Teresa Organ says:

    I don’t drink = No hangovers

  47. Carla S says:

    Two good things for hangovers are chicken noodle soup or a bunch of citrus fruit.

  48. Carla S says:

    I subscribed to your emails.

  49. Carla S says:

    I follow you on twitter with username lilyike

  50. sally c. says:

    i don’t like eating after a hangover so I just consume a lot of lemon water.

    subscribed. following and tweeted.

    • that’s probably way healthier ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Rain says:

      Too many comtilmenps too little space, thanks!

    • says:

      i am very knowledgeable about all the markets south of the border as i have cooked for many years in various south american countries. my most favorite one of all is in agrentina, san thelmo. where antiques are sold side be side with an abundance of glorious food products. heavenly really, a must see. peru was fabulous for it’s guttural rawness, and manta for the fish trade.

    • My mother's old standard: hamburger casserole. Basically, a homemade version of hamburger helper, except with the artery-clogging inclusion of cottage cheese AND cream cheese AND sour cream. Oy.

  51. Tracy Reece says:

    Mine is coffee and pancakes ๐Ÿ™‚ Love breakfast….especially with a hangover!

  52. Elisabeth says:

    A delicious Amy’s Organic bean burrito!

  53. Elisabeth says:

    I subscribed to your newsletter!

  54. Elisabeth says:

    I’m following you on twitter @egood33

  55. Angela Y says:

    I like you on Twitter @anzhie_luv

  56. Angela Y says:

    I don’t drink, so have never had a hangover ๐Ÿ™‚

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