Giveaway winners! And another giveaway!

Thanks so much for your patience — I just realized that Robyn O’Brien’s guest blog post went up a month ago. Where did the time go? Without further delay, here are the three winners of copies of her book…

1) Robyn O’Brien’s book The Unhealthy Truth:

There were 47 comments on the blog post and I let the computer work its magic. The winners are:
Comment # 4 – Katherine
Comment # 33 – Paula
Comment # 40 – Kate at Sacred Bee

2) Review post – ChopChop Magazine:

There were 83 comments on the blog post and again the computer helped….

Comment # 14 – Le Reveuse
Please email me if you won!! 🙂
I continue to be humbled by you, my readers. I love reading your comments. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day to stop by. You touch me. You teach me. You make me smile.
(I still can’t believe you like seeing/reading about my lunches. To me they are boring. I have to say it really does make me feel exposed as food is personal. You see my life through our lunches.)
So I’m going to do a giveaway of something I recently purchased because I’m enjoying this whole blogging thing way too much and I’m grateful you are hanging around to read it. How about a Thermos Foogo Leak-Proof Stainless Steel Food Jar??
I bought it and it is gorgeous, but before I took it out of its packaging, I realized that I didn’t really need it. I think you will enjoy it. To enter, simply comment on this post. No need to say anything fancy!
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88 thoughts on “Giveaway winners! And another giveaway!”

  1. Thanks for continuing to post and to stick up for healthy food for kids. The steel food jar looks great and handy!

  2. Thanks for continuing to surprise us with new giveaways and recipe ideas. Maybe someday you could sneak a picture of a new school lunch food item (if they happen to have new menu items…).

  3. Your undercover work is enlightening and inspiring. I thank you for shining a light on school food.

    Tonya from Simply Eating Better (blog)

  4. How cute! I've been (very) slowly accumulating cute lunch paraphernalia.

    I'm really enjoying your blog! I've been reading for about a month and a half, and I'm hooked. When I was a middle school student, I ate fries, cheddar flavored Pringles, chocolate milk and cake every day for lunch (a la carte line, obviously). Now I'm a teacher, and food and nutrition are very important to me. I put a lot of thought into my lunches, but I worry for my students who are faced with so many terribly unhealthy meal options. Keep up the good work!

  5. I bought a different model, same idea some time ago, and at first I also thought it wouldn't be very useful. However, I find my children use it frequently enough to have made it a wise choice. They sometimes pour in milk and take a portion of cereal in a food storage container. It is also used for reheated leftovers or even frozen fruit, which they like to eat in its frozen state.

  6. Am loving the blog and have a severe case of lunch bento-envy! Have tried to be a bit more creative with my packing, too.

  7. I love your blog! My son recently told me that he is one of the only ones in his class that brings lunch from home regularly. About once a month or so, I'm able to spend lunch with him…the kiddos that sit near him always tell me they wish their mom sent lunches like I make. I wish more families would see the benefits of bring lunch rather than school lunch.

  8. I would love to win the thermos. I enjoy seeing the pictures of the lunches as it inspires me to pack a healthier lunch.

  9. would love to try this for my kids lunches. Sad but I keep forgetting to buy a thermos to try a hot meal in one for them!

  10. I really love reading your blog, and I have to say that my favorite entries are those that show your lunches! Thank you so much for sharing 🙂

  11. I've been wanting one of those thermos things since school started in August lol

    How do you like it? Does it keep the food warm/cold?

  12. Ooooh… It's pretty! And I would make it feel useful 😉 Did you order it from Amazon or get it somewhere else?

  13. I worked at Head Start are our meals were probably just as bad as the ones at your school, Mrs. Q. What's sad is that we were supposed to boast to all of the parents about how we use as little fat, sugar, and salt as possible. That's kind of hard to do when the cook is slicing hunks of salted margarine into the diced fruits/veggies. I know I gained weight working there; we were required to eat those lunches with the kids. And we served low-income families who eat fast food probably 4-5 times a week.

  14. Love the thermos! I have 2 kids who attend a charter school with no lunch program. A new thermos would shake things up! BTW have you revealed yourself yet? Did I miss it?

  15. I discovered your blog through a article and you inspired me to get my own bento boxes and be less lazy. I've packed my lunch for work every day since and I've been much happier!

  16. I'm pretty sure my daughter thinks of her packed lunches as a hug from me in the middle of the day. Thanks for the continual inspiration. Off to do battle on why asking kids to sell huge candybars as a fundraiser is a Bad Idea.

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