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Almost ready for #TripleSBites! We are excited to start sharing recipes with you on Monday!!

We have twenty bloggers posting over one hundred recipes scheduled to inspire you for a delectable meal with your sweetheart . Envision spicy morsels, saucy bites, and sexy nibbles. Think sweets and savories. Embrace celebrations, libations, and romance. 

The event runs February 2nd through February 9th - just in time for you to plan and cook a Valentines' feast. But these are dishes you'll want to cook all year long to keep the romance going.

Let's start with a huge - HUGE! - thank you to our event sponsors who have graciously donated prizes for some lucky readers. These sponsors have contributed great prize packages for a gigantic giveaway. There are six different prize packages which are detailed in the rafflecopter below that will begin on February 2nd. Please check back, if you're reading this before we go live.


Our #TripleSBites Sponsors
in alphabetical order with links to their homepages

Our #TripleSBites Bloggers
And...THE giveaway! runs from February 2nd thru 9th, 2015
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Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment (below) and tell me What's your favorite romantic dish to cook for your sweetheart? Many more ways to enter in the Rafflecopter widget [below].

This giveaway is open to residents of the United States only, age 18 and older. This #TripleSBites 2015 giveaway runs from Monday, February 2, 2015 12:00am PT through Monday, February 9, 2015 at 6:00pm PT. Winners will be randomly chosen and announced on February 10, 2015. Winners will also be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to respond to the email. If a winner does not respond in that time a new winner will be chosen. For more information, see the full terms and conditions in the Rafflecopter widget.

Disclaimer: All prize packages were provided free of charge. Participating bloggers received complimentary product(s) for their #TripleSBites posts. All opinions stated are my own.

Please click on the arrows in the rafflecopter to scroll through the prize packages!
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Comments

  1. I love baking the Persian Wedding Cake on this blog for my husband. Love it. I love the details and the process, and I love watching him enjoy it!

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    1. Thanks so much, Zoe! Glad you liked that cake. We do, too.

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  2. I'm so bummed I missed my chance to participate in this event! But, now I can enter the giveaway. :)
    My favorite romantic thing to make is fondue!

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    1. Thanks for entering, Lauren. I will be doing another event probably in June or July. If you want me to email you the details - once I nail them down - I'd love to have you.

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