12/8/11

Win a Nescafe' Dolce Gusto Titanium Piccolo!


How'd you like to put some coffee cheer under your tree this year?


Thanks to my friends at Nescafe', I'm giving away a Titanium Piccolo gourmet brewing system, which retails for $200.


This compact machine is perfect for make-it-in-a-hurry coffee lovers. Simple to use, the one-cup brewer heats up quickly and in less than a minute your cappuccino, latte or hot chocolate is ready.


As I found out, it's a user-friendly way to make a cup of coffee-house java, minus the barista or potential danger associated with using espresso machines, milk-foaming machines and coffee grinders.


You can enter to win this fantastic system simply by posting a comment telling me your favorite holiday cookie. Hey, how can you have cookies without coffee? Please don't forget to include your email address so that I can contact you if you win.



The RULES:

Prize provided and fulfilled by Dolce Gusto. One entry per person, please.


Enter by leaving a comment by Friday, Dec. 15. Open to U.S. residents only.


One wInner will be randomly selected using Random.org and announced Sat., Dec. 16. Winners will be notified and need to provide me with their mailing address to receive the machine.


Good luck! Happy Holidays, everyone!

22 comments:

The Saucy Gourmet said...

Lynn, just posted my fav cookies over at TheSaucyGourmet.net.....Bourbon Balls

Kathy Vance said...

My favorite Chirstmas cookie is the traditional sugar cookie decorated with frosting and sprinkles. Nothing can beat the basics and creativity.
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Liz Grogan said...

I just love sugar cookies, plain and simple. And you're right. They're great with coffee. My email address is tennmagnolia@yahoo.com.

Greg Kantner said...

Lynn, mine is my moms Jim Dandy Cookies. They are so chocolaty and moist. Nothing beats moms Christmas cookies.

Andie said...

Sugar cookies of course, wouldn't be the holidays without them!
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Anna L said...

My favorite cookie is a "cheater cookie" - my kids called it "the squishy lemon cookie." Very simple: 1 box Duncan Hines Lemon cake mix, 1 egg, 1/2 cup oil, lemon zest (apx 1 1/2 Tbsp), 1/4 cup sour cream and just enough milk to make it smooth. Mix well, drop by rounded TBSP on cookie sheet, bake at 350. Cool on rack and sprinkle with xxx sugar. Great with tea, excellent with coffee.

Dorvi said...

Hands down Toll House Cookies.
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Janet said...

Fruitcake cookies, or anything with citron. janetf@j-drain.com

Dana Wilson said...

Chocolate crinkles! danalw@austin.rr.com

Lauren White said...

I love my moms peanut butter-chocolate cookies. I never get tired of eating them every year at Christmas.
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Leslie Huff said...

My two favorite Christmas cookies are my mothers chocolate crinkle cookies (w/powdered sugar on top) or Jelly topped thumbprint cookies! I could eat them all year long..so good!

Ben said...

My favorite cookies are the ones that someone else slaved in a hot kitchen to make :-) doesn't matter what they are!

Alicia Garcia said...

My favorite Christmas cookies are home made sugar cookies with home made icing. They have to be cut in Christmas shapes and decorated too ;) Something about the smell of the house when they are made just makes the holiday season!

BP Kindle said...

Well, for everyday I'd say chocolate chip, but during the holidays I like chocolate mint (use Andes or other) cookies with nuts and a white frosting. The frosting has just a hint of mint flavor. That's my favorite holiday cookie. bpkindle@gmail.com

Amber said...

Hands Down......Monster Cookies! Oatmeal, Peanut butter, and M&M's! I use the holiday M&M's to make them festive!

vegAnn said...

Love Jam Dot cookies and Mint Chocolate Patties.

Cynthia Winston said...

Fav holiday cookie? Raspberry Thumbprints. Thanks much and Happiest of Holidays to you and yours! Love, Cynthia
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Karen & Thor said...

My favorite cookie is now an airy delectable peppermint meringue cookie. Had my first one last night and it was just the right amount of chocolate and peppermint to satisfy the sweet tooth.

Searching for the recipe!

George Johnson said...

my favorite is chocolate drop cookies. they are so yummy!!

Jan Norris said...

I love my own orange drop cookies - a family tradition. Cakey cookies with an orange-almond flavor and sweet buttery marachino cherry frosting. Funny story - I got the recipe from a next door neighbor, thinking it was an heirloom recipe. It's a variation in the old Better Homes and Gardens cookbook from the '40s! Delicious all these 70+ years later!
Jan Norris

Annette Molinaro said...

We love our rugalach cookies, I use several fillings, nuts and or jams.
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Anonymous said...

Gotta love good old fashioned sugar cookies! Love making them with sprinkles or homemade vanilla icing! It's a cookie that everyone in the family can help make and decorate! Every year I buy a new fun shaped cookie cutter just for this time of year!
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