Tate’s Bake Shop Giveaway

tate's bake shop assorted cookie gift pack

It’s the holiday season and we are excited to announce our first giveaway in conjunction with Tate’s Bake Shop.  Tate’s Bake Shop is located in South Hampton, NY and has earned much recognition for their cookies and cakes.   They sent us the Tate’s Bake Shop Cookbook and three boxes of their cookies (chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and macadamia nut) to sample and provided another set to giveaway to one lucky reader. 

I can’t think of many better things that remind my me of the holiday season than giving and receiving something special.  We certainly enjoy this time of year when the ovens are fired up and the holiday baking begins.  Quyen has already scheduled her annual cookie exchange and I am looking forward to enjoying some wonderful homemade treats.  The Tate’s Bake Shop’s Cookbook is filled with wonderful cookies and other dessert recipes to put to use in creating your own holiday cookie trays to share with your friends and family.  The chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and macadamia nut cookies are buttery and crispy with a homemade appeal to them. 

Here’s How to enter Kitchen Runway’s Tate Bake Shop Giveaway:

You can earn up to a total of 5 entries into the drawing.  If you already do one of the following, it will count as an extra entry (just make sure to comment on it and let us know).  Make sure to come back and post a comment upon completion of on each of the following that you chose to do.

The Details:

This giveaway is open to US residents only.  The giveaway will end on Wednesday, December 15, 2010 at 11:59 pm PST.  The winner will be randomly drawn and will be notified by the email that they provide on the comment.  If the winner does not claim their prize by 11:59 pm PST on December 18, 2010, another winner will be chosen and the prize will be forfeited.

Thank you for all of your comments!  The giveaway is closed and the lucky winner is:  Reggie!  Congratulations!!

As an added “treat” to all of our Kitchen Runway readers, you can visit Tate’s Bake Shop and enter the discount code “cookie” to receive 15% on your purchases until December 31st, 2010.

tate's bake shop cookbook

Tate's Bake Shop Cookbook

tate's bake shop giveaway collage

The cookies are thin, crispy and buttery. I can't wait to make that coconut birthday cake or coffee cake! Doesn't it look delish?

 Good Luck & Happy Holidays!!!


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  1. Tiffany Gin says:

    My favorite all time cookie is the snicker doodle but my most sentimental cookie of the season is the Mexican Wedding cookie. They remind me of my Mom, they are her favorite special occasion cookie. She is not a baker by nature but will venture into the kitchen just once a year to make these special bites of joy.

  2. Andrea says:

    Old fashioned chocolate chip with walnuts. I prefer chunky chips that are semisweet and/or bittersweet. I like the nutty taste it gives off.

  3. Shavaun says:

    My favorite cookie that my sister and I always make during the holiday season would have to be an old neighbor’s recipe called “lemon whippersnappers.” They are super easy: lemon cake mix, half a container of cool whip, and and egg, rolled in powdered sugar! Light and chewy! But macaroons come in at a close second!

  4. Michael Neville says:

    My all time favorite holiday cookies are simple – my Mom and I use the left over homemade pie crust and cut them into festive shapes, of course adding fresh jam (mmm raspberry) and fold over the edges. Nothing reminds me of the holidays with my parents when I’m home from college more!

    (and of course I’m already a fan of Tate’s Bake Shop on facebook, how could I not? I love the store in Southampton! When i found out they sold the cookies here in Boston right near my school I was ecstatic! )

  5. krissy @ thefoodaddicts.com says:

    my favorite holiday cookie would have to be… something minty or with peanut butter. im not a big fan of chocolate chips, can you believe that?!?! i pick it out and only eat the cookie. im really weird. im already a fan of kitchen runway and am following you on twitter. whoot whoot! congrats on your first giveaway!! there’ll be tons more to come…

  6. Rosamaria says:

    I would say that Tate’s Chocolate Chip cookie is consistently my favorite. And for a store-bought cookie, mallomars 😉

  7. Diana says:

    Soo….. this kitchenrunway site is sure fun! I love making new dishes for the family. When I read the comments about the dish of likes and dislikes, it gives me thoughts of how to deviate if needed to fit my families tastes.
    Thanks for sharing!

  8. Tia says:

    My favorite holiday cookie is tie between peanut blossoms and Russian tea cakes. Both of these I enjoyed making with my mother and know I make them with my daughter. Also like both tate and kitchen on fb and following on twitter.

  9. Kesy Yoon says:

    I never thought about what my favorite holiday cookie is but I would have to say that I really enjoy simple cookies with a strong ginger element during the holidays. Something about ginger and cinnamon make it really just feel like Christmas! 🙂

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