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Friday, June 1, 2012

{win} wild sugar desserts giveaway!


win!

Lyndel Miller is giving you the chance to win a signed copy of her and Skye's new book, WIld Sugar Dessert!

to enter...

+ In 25 words or less tell us your favourite childhood dessert memory! Our favourite will be selected as the winner!


terms & conditions

+ Maximum one  entry per person
+ you must be a current subscriber to tickle the imagination
+ This competition is open to Australian residents over the age of 18
+ Entries close 12 midnight EST, 14th June 2012
+ A winner will be announced on Tuesday the 16th June 2012
+ The winner will be contacted by email and must reply with their postal address with 14 days of notification.
+ This prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash.
+ Don't forget to include your details, so we can contact you if you win!!

21 comments:

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  2. In the 50's Mum went to work but she always made sure my little sister and I had one of her sweet treats for dessert
    Merryl Chantrell
    10 Montrose Avenue
    Strathalbyn
    South Australia 5255

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  3. My favourite childhood dessert memory was my Oma's Plum cake, made on fresh, yeast dough. With a sprinkling of sugar. Best thing ever!
    Eva Harvey
    evabevabumpkin@hotmail.com
    https://www.facebook.com/evesta
    Central Coast, NSW

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  4. Definitely my Mums trifle but with a layer of homemade vanilla egg custard just like I make it today for my family.
    Melissa
    somethingalittlesweet@hotmail.com
    https://www.facebook.com/somethingalittlesweet

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  5. My mum always made black forest cakes for birthdays full of Morello cherries, kirsch and cream with chocolate shaved curls!

    debyeo at hotmail dot com

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  6. Eating delicious warm butterscotch pudding made from my Great Nana's recipe book. Ahhhh dessert!

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  7. A four hour drive to an old railway house; a welcoming fridge filled with Grandma's best layered trifles (in parfait glasses) that we'd ever tasted!

    kim@purely4kids.com.au

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  8. My Grandma's Pineapple Crush after school for a snack and later for dessert too! Pure bliss. Condensed milk, pineapple, lemon juice and cream. Magic! (ainotz@yahoo.com)

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  9. Golden syrup dumplings with custard...I still make my mother make them for me. It is one of the simplest pleasures.

    natashaj3@bigpond.com

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  10. Secretly climbing next doors mulberry tree with my sisters then returning
    home stained from head to foot(mouth included) with mulberries for a pie

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  11. You can't beat my mums roly poly! Golden syrup, warm and gooey straight from the oven with homemade custard. Yum!

    meganlofty@hotmail.com

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  12. Nanna's vanilla sponge cake, with whipped cream and homemade strawberry jam served by Nanna at exactly 4pm in pearls and heels and fine bone china.
    Heidi Van Riel
    rjvanriel@westnet.com.au

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  13. Alisha MrowczynskiJune 7, 2012 at 7:30 AM

    I remember my mum making Chewy Chocolate Cookies sometimes with smarties on top all my friends and myself loved them Yum

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  14. My Gran used to make a delicious coffee cake, a circular shape with the middle cut out, soaked in coffee and a splash of something stronger, covered in whipped cream and chopped nuts on top, it was such a treat for special occasions, I used to think it was so fancy. Delicious and moist and creamy! Now... so retro!
    Helen Louise Wilkinson ♥
    blossomandcat@gmail.com

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  15. My favorite childhood dessert was strawberry jam and cream sandwiches on fresh white bread - a special treat when visiting Nan and Pop on the farm.

    Lynda Walters
    lynda.walters@bigpond.com

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  16. Mum's butter cream icing on her cakes, I could eat that on it's own!. I am much slimmer having migrated to Australia from Ireland.

    Catherine Pepper
    catherine_pepper@yahoo.co.uk

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  17. My grandmother use to make bread and butter pudding in a old clay dish. We would play cards at the kitchen table while it cooked. My fondest memories are eating it hot with homemade custard. Yummy. I now make it for my Miss Two.

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  18. The stage when mum let me make rice pudding for breakfast... didn't last that long though!!

    Erica Davey
    ericadavey@hotmail.com

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  19. Bread and Butter Pudding! Simple, warm, hearty, yummy... and straight from Nanna's Kitchen! x

    Naomi Taylor
    naomileetaylor at gmail.com

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  20. Thank you all for your lovely memories!

    Entries have now closed, and we will announce a winner on Monday x

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  21. Just wondering if the winner has been announced yet? Thanks x

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