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My gift from Foodie Blogroll

Today morning when I was cooking some one knocked my door. I opened the door, there was a mail man with a big box. I have no idea what was it, I was just surprised  (thought for a second that, it may be my hubby's surprise gift for me!!!!!!LOL just kidding). Eagerly opened the box then I remembered that it was the one I ordered with Cultures for health gift coupon. For more events and contest updates keep visiting and follow FOOD BLOG NEWS . I already told you all about my gift coupon. Here is the link where the winners are announced. You all can participate.

I just participated in the foodie blogroll contest giveaway , just commented about the home made yogurt later I was given a notice on the same day that I won the contest, after few days they sent me the gift card number through which I can shop online in cultures for health. I just like this vegetable slicer, was planning to buy this since long time, I'm happy with it. Looking very beautiful with fine quality. Thanx to foodie blogroll and cultures for health.


  1. congratz dear...very needed n useful gift..enjoy n rock with your smart gift :)

  2. congrats on the win and lovely gift you got

  3. Oh DD, this mandaline is in my shopping list for many years..still couldn't get it.. Am so happy for u.>Congrats dear

  4. Congrats dear, such a lovely grater..

  5. Congratz n ur win..very useful gift...enjoy..:)

  6. congrats Deepthi! i love a mandoline!

  7. wow dear dats called a gift....very useful as well


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