Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Tonewood Maple Holiday Gift Guide & Giveaway

Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a week away? Soon after all the other holidays will be here. Ads are already coming out in the newspaper about deals that start this weekend and they'll stay until about a week or so after the New Year! I don't know about you, but I like to do a lot of my shopping online. It beats the lines at the stores, and there is no one around but me! I don't like all the people and the noise and I just too stressed out. Everyone is already posting great gift ideas, and I have another one for you!

Tonewood Maple produces pure maple syrup and other specialties. I reviewed them once before and I have to say I'm impressed. Everything I have tried tastes so good! In every bite I got a maple taste and I love maple! The last time I reviewed them, I received a maple cube and maple flakes. I still have the maple flakes left (very little), and I received a maple cube this time again.
You can grate this and put it on almost anything. You can top this with your yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, cereal... or anything else you want. This lasts a long time too! The maple cube is offered in two flavors: Golden Delicate (buttery maple flavor) and Dark Robust (intense maple flavor). Last time I received the Golden Delicate and this time the Dark Robust. I have yet to use it, I'm waiting to bring it back to my fiances families home over Christmas. want to have everyone have the chance to try the Maple Goodness!

Tonewood Maple is offering two new gift sets this year:
These two artisanal maple products (and sofi Award winners) are the main ingredient in new gift sets for the holiday season.
· The new Maple Cube & Microplane Grater Gift Set will make adding the perfect amount of pure maple sweetness to cheese pairings, entrees and snacks a lot easier. Price: $42.99 · The Maple Grade Collection Gift Set with Recipe Booklet showcases the range of color and intensity available in pure maple syrups from Tonewood. Price: $59.99

If you know people that like to cook and are looking for new ways to spice up their cooking, this would be perfect for them. A hint of maple is always welcomed in my kitchen. You can see the other gifts they have to offer by clicking here.

Here's a fun fact: "Celebrity chefsBobby Flay andDominique Ansel have chosen Tonewood’s Maple Cubeas one of their go-­‐to products. Chef Bobby Flay recommended the Maple Cube as one of his favorite holiday foodie gifts. Dominque Ansel featured the Maple Cube in agift box for the benefitevent #EatYourTweet.With the new addition of the Maple Cube & Microplane Cube Grater Gift Set consumerscan easily enjoy the delicate or robust taste of the Cube varieties."

I definitely recommend checking out their products and buying some Maple to try. This is definitely a good holiday gift! You can find out more on Facebook, and twitter. If you're apprehensive and want to try it out first yourself. Enter below and one lucky winner will win a Maple Cube! Good Luck and Happy Holidays!

Tonewood Maple Cube Giveaway

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part

50 comments:

  1. Maple Pecan Cinnamon Rolls mmmmmmm!!!

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  2. Oatmeal is my favorite to have with Maple flavor.

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  3. I love maple syrup in pecan pie.

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  4. I would add it to French toast.

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  5. ice cream is my favorite. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  6. I like to add maple to sweet potatoes

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  7. Love to add maple to Belgium waffles !!

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  8. Love maple candy it always reminds me of my Grandma use to buy it for her it was one of her favorite treats as a kid

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  9. I love adding maple into muffins.

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  10. I love adding it to my vanilla ice cream

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  11. Use maple granulated sugar in pancakes

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  12. I love to add a bit of maple to roasted vegetables. The little bit of sweet really makes them wonderful.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  13. I like to add it to make glazed carrots.

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  14. I like to add it to ice cream! Thanks -Jennifer Clay

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  15. We love to make homemade syrup with maple flavoring!

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  16. Sausage with a hint of maple is soo delicious!

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  17. I put maple syrup in my oatmeal and other hot cereals. I'm also a big fan of maple syrup on French toast.

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  18. I love to add maple to marinades for chicken or fish.

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  19. It's wonderful in oatmeal.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  21. I love maple!!! I like adding maple to meats....like duck, ham, bacon, sausage, etc.

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  22. I love adding maple to sweet potatoes, especially mashed.

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  23. Maple goes great with oatmeal

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  24. I love adding it to my oatmeal in the mornings

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  25. I would love to add maple syrup to cereal ad pancakes!
    Thank You for the chance

    Fiona N

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  26. I like to cook ham with maple glaze.

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  27. I love to add maple to everything, I love, love, love it! However, if I had to choose one thing, it would be to my morning oatmeal! It's great alone, or with a little brown sugar & butter!

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  28. I'd add it to our steel cut oatmeal in the mornings. This looks awesome.

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  29. I love putting it in my homemade bread!

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  30. I love pure maple syrup and I love to drench homemade waffles with it.

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  31. I love maple and love adding it to pancakes!

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  32. we add it on Salmon with a little salt, pepper and brown sugar and smoke it in the smoker ..It is sooo good..

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  33. I love adding maple to sweet potatoes and pumpkin.

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