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Tuesday, 20 May 2014


Giveaway Closed: 

Thank you so much to all my amazing readers for entering this giveaway. I had a record number of entries for this, which tells me you are all ready for ice cream :)

The winner is Comment Number 162. Talk about leaving it to the last minute and getting lucky! 

I also wanted to let you all know, that since this giveaway received so many comments, I decided to add a  second prize. Comment number 29 is the lucky winner of an ice cream scoop + scoop and stack. 

Congratulations to the winners, I will be in touch to get your details. And remember, there are a few more giveaways coming very soon (especially if you like popsicles, coffee and noodles), so don't go anywhere! 


Spring and summer weather is finally (finally!) here in Edmonton, and I can't wait to cook and post recipes that zing with flavour and freshness. To celebrate the warm weather, I have the perfect giveaway. What screams summer better than ice cream? Well, that's exactly what I have in store, and I've even thrown in a easy, light recipe that you will want to make straight away.

You all know that I love my ice creams here at The Tiffin Box. My father-in-law started me off... he and I make ice creams and sorbets together every summer, and its our summer holiday tradition. Last year we really knocked it out of the park with this incredible, yet super easy Raspberry Ripple Icecream. I can't wait to head back to BC this year to see what we have in store.

This mango-ginger sorbet, for me, is the essence of summer. Mangoes signify the start of summer in India. Schools close in April and May, and that joy is indelibly associated with mango season too. We were packed off to my grandparents' farm, where we spent the hot summer days wandering wild and eating fruit straight off trees. Every generation in India has their own mango story. My mom remembers her own mango tree, by the pond in her parents' house... she describes sitting under the tree with her brothers and sisters, waiting for mangoes to drop, because that's when they were perfectly ripe. She then talks about all the fighting with her siblings, as to who gets the first bite. I can imagine my aunts and uncles squabbling over those perfect mangoes, with the winner getting to scoop out a tiny hole, and suck all that mangoey goodness, until all that was left was the stone.

My mom's mango tree was no longer there when we went to our grandparents' house for the summer. So I never really knew if the whole ripe-until-juice-dribbles-down-your-chin mangoes existed or not. And I suspect she may have been slightly exaggerating the whole experience.

On the other hand, I remember many of my own mango stories. Of waking up very early in the morning, so my sister and I could pick up all the fruit off the ground before the other kids got there. Or, sweet talking the priest at our local church, so we got first dibs on the mango tree in the churchyard. Or maneuvering dangerously long bamboo poles with nasty looking metal knobs attached to one end, all the better to hook the fruit off tall trees. Or even just getting grandfather to get the ladder out, so we could collect green mangoes for my grandma's famous mango pickle. 


So when I was developing a recipe for this post, it was only natural that I picked the two predominant tastes of my childhood... and they are perfect together. This sorbet is very easy to put together, and is so creamy, it can almost pass for ice cream. The flavours are fresh, zingy and absolutely reminiscent of summers... both mine here in Edmonton, and those of my childhood in India. What more could I ask for?

Regular readers of this website will be aware of how much I LOVE my Donvier Ice Cream Maker. My father-in-law has one that must be close to forty years old. When I realized that I needed my own, I didn't even bother looking at any other ice cream makers. I was going with the Donvier, and continuing the family tradition. Unlike other machines, the Donvier is not electric. All you need is a freezer to chill the patented cylinder, and other than that, you can pretty much make ice cream wherever you want. It goes to the patio, the garden, the living room and even, ahem... occasionally, the bedroom. This is not a review of the machine, by the way... I have had it for over four years and absolutely love it. There isn't really much I don't like about it, and so I won't be very balanced when it comes to reviewing it.


Adz loves it too. Its perfect for her little hands, and we have hosted many a ice cream paty where kids have come over and made their own ice creams. Its a fun party activity, and what's better than eating freshly churned ice cream. I can guarantee that once you make your own ice cream, there is no going back...

So... when you love something this much, you share, right? I really wanted to be able to give away a Donvier to my readers, so I contacted Saskia of Crave PR who works with Cuisipro and begged politely requested one. She, very nicely, sent me one... along with a bazillion popsicle makers, which thrilled Adz to no end. One giveaway then turns into two, so stay tuned for a popsicle recipe and giveaway coming soon.

GIVEAWAY: 

Cuisipro has kindly provided me with a (pink) Donvier Ice Cream Machine, along with a matching ice cream scoop + an ice cream scoop and stack to give away to my readers.

I don't like to make giveaways too complicated, so please read the simple rules below to enter. 

Browse the Cuisipro website here, then come back and and let me know in the comment section what kitchen tool you'd love to have from there. Please leave me a name and a contact email, if commenting as Anonymous. 

For extra entries, please 'Like' my Facebook Page here. Once you've liked it, come back and leave me a separate comment. If you've already liked, please let me know in a separate comment that you have.

For an additional bonus entry, you can tweet the following -
'Enter to win a @Cuisipro Donvier Ice Cream Machine via @michpetersjones. #icecreamtime #giveaway http://www.thetiffinbox.ca/2014/05/mango-ginger-sorbet-donvier-ice-cream.html'
Once you have tweeted, please come back and leave me a comment. 

This giveaway is open internationally. I will ship the machine from Canada, however, please be advised that you are responsible for any customs fees or duties that may be applicable to the shipment.
The winner will be picked at random at around 5 PM on Friday the 30th of May, and notified by email. The winner has until Monday to respond, and if I have no response by Monday evening, an alternate winner will be picked.

What are you waiting for? It's ice cream... now hurry up and enter!


Recipe: 

1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1 inch ginger, finely grated
4 tablespoons lemon juice
4 cups chopped fresh mangoes (or 3 cups canned mango puree)

Method: 

Combine the sugar, water and grated ginger. On a medium to low heat, bring to the boil, gently allowing the sugar to dissolve. Once the sugar dissolves, turn up the heat and boil rapidly for one minute.

Turn off the heat, and let cool completely, allowing the ginger to infuse. When cold, strain into a jug, and stir in the lemon juice.

Transfer the ginger simple syrup and chopped mangoes into a blender, and blend to a fine puree. Chill.

Churn in your ice cream machine, following its instructions, until creamy.

Transfer into a freezer safe container, and freeze for a few hours to let it set (if eating straight from the machine, it will still be soft scoop). Let the sorbet soften for a few minutes before serving.

Disclosure: Cuisipro provided me with a Donvier Ice Cream Machine and accessories to give away. My own Donvier was bought and paid for by me,  and all opinions are strictly my own.

163 comments :

  1. Hi Michelle :-) what a great giveaway! I have always wanted a zester, but for some reason never picked one up! Their combo zester would be nice :-) (but an ice cream machine even better!!!!)

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  2. I liked your page lonnnng ago! :-)

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  3. I'd love the Magnetic Spot Scrubber! I didn't even know such a thing existed! So much easier to clean those small, narrow containers!

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  4. Combo Zester and the Ice cream Scoops.
    Anola at anolasd@gmail.com

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  5. Already liked your FB Page - Anola.

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  6. ALL of the frozen treats tools are pretty cool...the ice cream sandwich maker is ingenious! love it -- Sweety (sweetypagrawal@yahoo.com)

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  7. So many to choose from. I'd love to pick up the cute egg poachers. Love a good poached egg and a tool that promises perfect poached eggs would save me the trial batches :)

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  8. And yup, I've liked your page months ago :)

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  9. Their pink ice cream maker looks SO CUTE!!! I would want that or the pop molds (summer!) or the flat graters.

    Thanks Michelle! Great giveaway :D

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  10. I tweeted as well! Also my email is hoang.t.linda@gmail.com ;)

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  11. Yum Ice Cream sandwich maker!

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  12. I recently got one of their fabulous microplane graters... A mushroom brush or a roasting rack would be great!
    Jenn (kiwibouldingue at msn dot com)

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  13. Hi:) I like your page and follow for a bit of time :) from they website I would like the Ice Cream Maker because do not have one and I love ice cream. :)

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  14. I like your page on Facebook now too:) the other things from the website would be citrus juicer would :)

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  15. I'd like the delux food mill, though the icecream maker would make eating icecream with a lot less guilt since you'd have to put some sweat and muscle into it! My email is jannyk@gmail.com

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  16. oh man!
    so many cool tools
    gosh i'd love a herb keeper
    weird i know - i use a glass jar now!
    would be so pretty
    cheers

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  17. Hello Michelle, it is me, Janice Stanyer, another lover of the Donvier Ice Cream machine and this Mango Ginger Sorbet will be in it this weekend :-)
    I would love to have the adjustable cheese slicer ...a kitchen tool that I do not have!
    Thanks for another great recipe.
    dstanyer@mcsnet.ca

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  18. I like their batter dispenser. It has different setting so you can even dispense things as thick as chocolate chips/

    asotv@aol.com

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  19. I like you on facebook as David Lintz

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  20. I tweeted at https://twitter.com/1froglegs/status/468884915141222401

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  21. Liked your FB page since a long time. I thought the Batter Dispenser was pretty cool. We are doing a kitchen remodel right now, so I would love to get some new gadgets, dishes and what not and feel motivated to cook :)

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    1. My email is raquel.dsouza@gmail.com

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  22. Love the Donvier Electronic Yogurt Maker! (email: cindy @ letsomnom.com)

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  23. I've liked your FB page as well, as Cindy Nguyen.

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  24. And I've tweeted - https://twitter.com/cindurh/status/468886948585947136

    :) Awesome giveaway Michelle!

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  25. I've liked your page on facebook, eons ago :)

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  26. All their ice cream stuff looks great - especially their ice cream maker and mini ice cream sandwich maker. the other stuff that interests me is cuisipro's garlic press, batter dispenser and herb tools

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  27. my favorite from the store Cupcake Corer and Decorating Set!
    cookiesmasher5@yahoo.com

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  28. I liked you page on facebook, my facebook name is Karin Shaim
    cookiesmasher5@yahoo.com

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  29. I love your ice cream machine! But other than that - I also love the popsicle molds that Cuisipro has, in particular the robot and sailboat ones.

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  30. I tweeted about the giveaway: https://twitter.com/cookiesmasher9/status/468896952365883392

    cookiesmasher5@yahoo.com

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  31. I (of course) like your facebook page. :D

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  32. Also tweeted (https://twitter.com/Argenplath/status/468897132888723456)

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  33. I would really love to win this (I gifted away my ice cream maker years ago and I miss having one now). I have of course also tweeted.

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  34. The sorbet looks yum! love the ice cream maker. I was not aware about Cuisipro. Thanks for sharing the site. Loved so many products, wish I could have all!!! I would love to have snap-fit pop molds and deluxe food mill! :D

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  35. And tweeted about it as well! :)

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  36. I've been looking to purchase an Ice cream Maker! I've tweeted and liked on facebook (lisa sandercock)

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  37. I have liked your Facebook page :)
    Sonia MP. Soniamp@yahoo.com

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  38. Looks like my comment didn't publish so here comes again. Thank you for the recipe, difficult to find good mango sorbet. I will need a new set of measuring cups, the stainless steel kind would last longer.
    My names is Sonia MP soniamp@yahoo.com

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  39. Flexible Vegetable Brush looks fantastic!! Would love one!

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  40. I'd love to have the Flexible Vegetable Brush (Item#: 74-7313) from Cuisipro, as it seems a great tool to have in the kitchen especially considering how 'clean' the vegetables and fruits here in India are...

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  41. Oh, and since I love cooking, I have already liked your page 'The Tiffin Box' long ago... :)

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  42. Oh! And just to spread some more love, here's the tweet...
    https://twitter.com/sudyspeaks/status/468995663288864768

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  43. Hi!
    The ice cream maker or the mini ice cream sandwich maker would be wonderfull !! Both are very cute !! Yumm
    My name is Lavina Concessio and my email I'd is lavinaconcessio@yahoo.com
    Nice giveaway:)

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  44. Hi !!
    Its me Lavina
    I liked your Facebook page::))

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  45. Magnetic Spot Scrubber really love it such a great thing

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  46. I would most like the ice cream maker of course! npodesta@terpmail.umd.edu

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  47. Magnetic Spot Scrubber really love it such a great thing

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  48. this is absolutely lovely! I LOVE the flavors - ginger and mango are a wonderful combination - lovely pictures too!
    Mary

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  49. This recipe looks great! I'd love the ice cream sandwich maker as well as the ice cream maker of course!
    kaylabauer19@gmail.com

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  50. I also liked your Facebook page!

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  51. Hi!!
    I like the Cordless Herb Chopper, I've always wanted one, but never found one that really works.
    the ice cream machine would be great too!
    I liked you on fb.
    luciagnese@gmail.com

    luci

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  52. I would love the Garlic Peel and Press - try to keep my hands from always smelling like garlic! (willcookforcocktails@gmail.com)

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  53. I liked you Facebook Page :) (willcookforcocktails@gmail.com)

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  54. And tweeted about the giveaway :)

    Cheers!

    (willcookforcocktails@gmail.com)

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  55. I'd like a handheld mandolin (although would like an ice-cream maker even more!!)

    Karly
    karlyach@hotmail.com

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  56. Also, tweeted :)

    Karly
    karlyach@hotmail.com

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  57. I like the smooth edge can opener. Jamietar123 at gmail.com

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  58. I like you on FB.. Raey Rendon

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  59. I would love to have the 3-in-1 funnel!

    Ashley Outland

    ashleyoutland@hotmail.com

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  60. I "like" your FB page!!

    Ashley Outland

    ashleyoutland@hotmail.com

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  61. Tweeted!

    https://twitter.com/AshleyOutland/status/469156162676350976

    Ashley Outland

    ashleyoutland@hotmail.com

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  62. Katie Cochrane
    kayeffcochrane@gmail.com

    The Cuisipo can opener would be such a nice upgrade from the garbage one I use now.

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  63. I just liked your FB page!

    Katie Cochrane
    kayeffcochrane@gmail.com

    And from my previous post: *cuisipro

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  64. The handheld mandoline on the Cuisipro website looks great!

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  65. I have liked your Facebook page :) Holding thumbs!

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  66. Great contest! I could definitely use the Smooth Edge Safety Can Opener.

    My name is Jonathan and e-mail address is: jtigercat88@hotmail.com

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  67. Also just "liked" you on FB.

    Jonathan
    jtigercat88@hotmail.com

    Thanks!

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  68. I have taken up BBQing as a weekend hobby, so I'd very much like a set of good BBQ tools from the website!

    My email address is marcutio@gmail.com

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  69. Also, I liked your Facebok page a few weeks back, so hopefully that still counts for a second entry!

    Again, email address is marcutio@gmail.com

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  70. I like your Facebook page!
    -Sophie (zosia23@hotmail.com)

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  71. I'd either love the ice-cream or yogurt maker!
    Thanks for doing this giveaway!
    -Sophie (zosia23@hotmail.com)

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  72. That sorbet looks fantastic!

    Already a Facebook fan! :D

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  73. I would choose the Olive/Cherry Pitter

    Thanks for the opportunity Michelle

    redkaly@gmail.com

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  74. I pretty much have every kitchen utensil in the universe.... except for an ice cream maker! But I may have to look into the cut resistant glove for my husband after a minor mishap a few weeks ago with a knife... :-)

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  75. I have been wanting a Rotary Grater for ages. So that would be my first pick!

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  76. I like your facebook page

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  77. I have tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/ShannsView/status/469461030259531777

    Enjoy your day everyone!!

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  78. Ok Mich, you know that I've always eyed your cute little Donvier ice cream maker.. and now I will have one!

    I love the mini ice cream sandwich maker on the Cuisipro site. Maybe I can convince G to get me one :)

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  79. & I've tweeted!

    https://twitter.com/littlmissandrea/status/469559735721537537

    ...now to make this sorbet this weekend!

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  80. Definitely the Pizza Wheel, nothing better then a home made pizza!

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  81. I also tweeted this: https://twitter.com/LeightonEngen/status/469563599153684481

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  82. Melody Coles22 May 2014 17:08

    I would love to have the Cuisipro Herb saver! i could keep all of my herbs fresh. :)

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  83. Melody Coles22 May 2014 17:19

    I'm also following your facebook page! :)

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  84. Melody Coles22 May 2014 17:23

    I also tweeted :D (@CannedGrandmas)

    My email is coles_melody@yahoo.com

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  85. I'd like to try the apple corer.

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  86. Would love the rotary grater!

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  87. Hi Mich,
    Uh...pick ONE kitchen toy!? I have to only pick one??? Lol...just kidding...maybe today, it'll be the magnetic spot scrubber. Never knew such a thing existed!

    :)

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  88. Also, I already like your FB page :)

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  89. And also tweeted :) What a fab giveaway...also, your mango ginger sorbet looks AMAZING!!!

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  90. This post brings back my first mango eating experience in mid-summer, juice running down my chin as I exclaimed "How did I not know how amazing fresh mango is?!" I'll be making this sorbet for sure.

    I just spent a good 15 minutes eyeballing Cuisipro tools. I'd take the whole website, but that scoop and sift flour measuring cup is brilliant! And I'm a Tiffin Box FB fan because your updates keep me inspired. :D

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  91. I think their tool I would most like is the ice cream maker! One of the few kitchen tools I don't have, and I eye so many amazing recipes I can't make :)

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  92. I am in the market for a new, good quality mandoline. :)
    Also, I would LOVE to win this ice cream maker, my four year old son would be thrilled!

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  93. I already like your page on facebook. :)
    my email is sophia@loveandlentils.com

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  94. I also tweeted about the giveaway as @lovelentilsblog.
    My email is sophia@loveandlentils.com
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  95. Hi Mich, I would definitely like to have the cookie cutter set, since I dont have one.
    Your sorbet looks yummy!
    My email is lovinapereira@yahoo.com

    Thank you!
    Cheers,
    Lovina

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  97. Hi Mich, I Liked your page and also tweeted.

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  98. I like the looks of the Electronic-Yogurt-Maker

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  99. The Cherry Pitter. Such a nice giveaway, thanks!

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  100. I would love to have the Electronic Yogurt Maker

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  101. I liked your Facebook page :)

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  102. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/yyz_talk/status/470020654818140160

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  103. I'm kind of fascinated with the Donvier® Electronic Yogurt Maker on their site.

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  104. I have liked your FB page (Nicole Jubleew)

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  105. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/JubleeW/status/470035235737194496

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  106. A magnetic pot scrubber?! What a great idea :) I would totally get that!

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  107. I like your FB page as Mary Collinson Koehn

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  108. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Mary_Koehn/status/470081278239600640

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  109. Your post made me so nostalgic about summers in India where mangoes were one of the main attractions of summer apart from visiting grandparents and meeting cousins. I liked the Cuisipro Stay Cool Rolling Pin since I'm not too good at handling warm and sticky dough.

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  110. I have already liked your Facebook page.

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  111. I just tweeted the giveaway too https://twitter.com/sadaf_afshan/status/470312023109025792

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  112. I would love the Spray Pump from Cuisipro 'cos have been meaning to get another one for quite some time. Thanks for hosting this timely [ and yummy] giveaway.

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  113. I would say the Electronic yogurt maker :) the possibilities....
    Zeena. (jsaves@hotmail.com)

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  114. I like the Donvier® Electronic Yogurt Maker a lot!

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  115. Patricia Salyers patricia.salyers@aol.com

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  116. Wow - what a terrific giveaway. Would love the ice cream maker - of course - but the Ice Cream Scoop & Stack also looks like it would make ice cream even more fun!

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  117. Okay, "Liked" The Tiffin Box on Facebook (can't believe I hadn't done that already). Off to Tweet and then to start making the kheema pav that I came to the website for! :)

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  118. I came here for the giveaway, but I am definitely pinning the recipe... looks fabulous.

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  119. Oh! And browsing the Cuisipro website reminded me that I need to replace my rotary grater.

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  120. I have "liked" your facebook page.

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  121. The grater, because I enjoyed the pun on their home page!

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  122. Mini sandwich maker is so cute...forget kids I love to eat them all

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  123. This ice cream looks amazing! Love the color, it's so bright and vibrant.

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  124. I like your facebook page, and found this recipe - which looks amazing!

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  125. I would like the mini ice cream sandwich maker

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  126. Peggy Doyle @peggy_doyle29 May 2014 11:23

    I liked your page -a long time ago :)

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  127. Peggy Doyle @peggy_doyle29 May 2014 11:24

    I tweeted as well

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  128. Yep.. Definitely liked your page ages ago !!

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  129. Would love the ice cream maker .. definitely. I bought my sister a Cuisinart Ice maker a couple of years ago and she never used it !!! Been wanting to buy one for ages and the Donvier looks a lot lighter and user friendly than the Cuisinart. pls Can i have :-) Andrea

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  130. Ummm, I would eat that WHOLE tub of mango ginger sorbet! I would also love the Julienne Peeler from Cuisipro - those things are so handy! What a great giveaway! :)

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  131. A handheld mandoline is a great tool! But I would really love to freeze some treats ;)

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  132. ...And I've also liked your Facebook page. ;)

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  133. And I tweeted and already like your facebook page!

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  134. I would love the julienne peeler!
    eclairre at ymail dot com

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  135. I would love to have the apple corer!

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  136. I liked your facebook page as Meena Rao

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  137. Tweeted also
    https://twitter.com/raomeenas/status/472121672695173120

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  138. I would love the pizza wheel!

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  139. I twitter tweeted! :) @paicebailey

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  140. The cheese slicer would be great to have; I don't currently have one.
    (Liked FB page & Tweeted)

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  141. i would love to have the electronic yoghurt maker..


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  142. liked your fb page long ago...

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  143. Tried this a few days ago but with technical difficulties. I choose the 3 in 1 funnel - been looking for one for eons.

    Madeleine.

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  144. Facebook page duly liked. You are the queen of mango icecream!

    Madeleine

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