A SAYBON Candy Giveaway!

by zesty on October 28, 2011 · 28 comments

Heeeeeeeeeeeeeelllllo!  Nothing more exciting than free stuff right?  Well I have something exciting for you today.  If you are a sweet tooth, like me, than have a quick read thru this get your entry in today.  I am going to let the facts do the talking but the gist of it is… I am giving away BAGS of Candy.  Just in time for Halloween right?

About Saybon

The Allan Candy Company Limited is a leading Canadian manufacturer of quality chocolate and sugar confectionery products. Allan produces and markets over 300 products, including such iconic brands as Big Foot, Laces, Hot Lips and Dops. Allan is a leader in the Canadian candy cane market with a variety of products sold under the Allan brand, as well as the leader in the Easter novelty chocolate segment. The company was founded in 1927 and is based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. For more information visit www.allancandy.com

 

  • SAYBON is the latest candy brand from The Allan Candy Company, the leading Canadian manufacturer of quality chocolate and sugar confectionery products since 1927.
  • SAYBON is proudly made in Canada and is peanut free and kosher*.
  • With five families of products that offer a total of 11 delicious varieties, SAYBON caters to everyone’s taste and candy preference.
  • SAYBON is available at major retailers across the country, for a suggested retail price of $2.99.

Meet the SAYBON Family

Caramelized Sugarmiks – Assorted Toffees, Assorted Éclairs, Dairy Fudges

  • Sugarmilks are caramelized with the perfect blend of milk, sugar, heat and time to create a rich and creamy tasting candy.

Handmade Batch Taffies – Butt’r Mints and Fruit Taffy

  • Each piece is folded and slab cut by hand, one batch at a time, creating a chew reminiscent of the original Atlantic City salt water taffy.

Smooth Cooked Hard Candies – Glitter Mints, Butt’r Creams and Menthol Eucalyptus

  • Ingredients are cooked in a thin layer to create traditionally smooth candies, soft to the tongue and dense with flavour.

Double Crafted Centre Fills – Assorted Crunches and Soft-Centered Fruits

  • The crunchy hard shell and smooth creamy centre are crafted then combined to create the perfect taste.

Sugardust Sweets – Scotch Mints

  • These traditional mints are pressed, poured or panned to create a packed powder candy that dissolves on the tongue and coats the mouth with sweetness. *Sugardust Sweets are not kosher.

 

How To Enter:

I wanted to create a little more excitement on how to enter into this contest instead of just the traditional – sign up thru RSS. I have come up with a number of ways you can enter into this contest in hope of winning bags of Saybon Candy as well as free coupons  ( Multiple Winners will be announced). The different ways are listed below.

  • Become a new email subscriber and automatically get an entry on draw date. Note that only verified subscribers count (you will receive a verification email). (+1 entry)
  • Leave a comment listing your “FAVORITE” Cookbook. (+1 entry)
  • Post on your “FACEBOOK” page.
  • Tweet about the giveaway and include @zestycook and the link to the giveaway in the tweet. (+1 entry)
  • Earn an extra chance to win by linking back to this post on your own blog (if you have one). (+1 entry) (please email me if you link back)

The Rules:

  • Please only 1 comment entry / person (please enter a valid email address). Your email will be kept private and never given/sold to third parties.
  • The winners will receive Saybon Candies

So let me know what you think and tell me your favorite Cookbook in the comments below! A random generator will be used to pick the winner. Contest will end at 5pm EST November 2nd, 2011.
Have a great Friday and weekend.  Hope everyone is excited for Halloween.  Talk to you all on Monday.

take care

zesty

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1 Carolyn H

My favorite cookbook is by Chef Michael Smith – The Best of Chef at Home. So many great, delicious, healthy recipes that I’ve enjoyed sharing with family time and time again. I like his simplicity, and that I’ve had most of the ingredients of his recipes on hand in my cupboard, which makes using his cookbook enjoyable. I rarely have to go out and buy a bunch of groceries before making a recipe, which is a plus!

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2 TracyP

My favorite cookbook is whatever Nigella Lawson book I am reading at the time – right now it is “Nigella Kitchen.” Her recipes are easy and delicious.

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3 Mila

My favorite cookbook is “How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food” by Mark Bittman. It has the simple, everyday recipes.
I’m not vegetarian, but trying to cook 3-4 times a week meatless dishes. This is exactly the cookbook I’ve been trying to find for a long time.
Mark Bittman is not trying to substitute meat, but rather suggest simple vegetarian dishes. So, you can be flexible and cook up you meat along side.
The only one problem – the book is huge…

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4 Katherine Aucoin

First, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I am enjoying browsing through your blog. Fantastic photography!

Thanks for intoriducing me to Saybon, I haven’t heard of them before and will be on the lookout since I now am in the “I have try them” mode.

My favorite cookbook is River Roads Recipes first published in the 1050′s by the Baton Rouge Junior League.

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5 Scorpio Woman

These days, my favorite cookbook is Comfort Food diet cookbook from Taste of Home. I tried maybe 10 recipes and they were all yummy. I was not disappointed. http://www.shoptasteofhome.com/Comfort-Food-Diet-Cookbook%3A-Family-Classics-Collection/50104,default,pd.html&cgid=CBK_HCK

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8 Denise Bulger

My favourite recipe book has got to be : Company’s Coming for Christmas by Jean Pare. There are so many great traditional recipes in this book! I am drawn to it every year to plan my Christmas baking and cooking, and often go to it all year for certain dishes.

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9 Valerie Hildebrand

Good Morning – thank you for this fun contest! Well…I have lots…but right now my fav. has got to be *1,000 Vegan Recipes*….by Robin Robertson. SO MANY yummy vegan delights to try…thanks! Cheers, Valerie.

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10 Laura T.

my favorite cookbooks are the ones by molly katzen!

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11 tiffany

My favorite cookbook is The Best New Recipe from Cooks Illustrated.

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12 Beth R.

My favorite cookbook is “Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Cookbook ” by Beth Hensperger & Julie Kaufmann.

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13 April Kofler

What is my favorite cookbook….that is a hard one. I would have to say my all time favorite one is my Taste of Home Christmas cookbooks. I have one of those cookbooks that my Mother-in-law picked up at a Church sell 30 years ago but all my favorite recipes are now missing otherwise I would have picked that one.

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14 Judy

Naming my favourite cookbook is a challenge because I love cookbooks. :) I will say the Company’s Coming series.

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15 Lara

Tweeted ;)

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16 laura

everyday paleo by sarah fragoso!

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17 cathy

My favorite cookbook is “The Roasted Vegetable” by Andrea Chesman. It introduced me to roasting vegetables – such an easy way to quickly develop deep, rich flavors – and has introduced me to new vegetables to boot.

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18 cc

I love anything by Rachel Ray. She is so simple yet elegant

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19 Kerry McDougall

My favorite cookbook is The Barefoot Contessa. The first cookbook she wrote is an excellent reference that I use time and again. I have all of her cookbooks, but the first one is the one I return to most often.

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20 Vicky

My favorite cookbook is ” 1001 Cookie Recipes ” by Gregg R. Gillespie.

It has so many cookie recipes that you can make for holidays to give to friends and neighbors. And to make for everyday to eat.

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21 SmilynStef

Since I’m a cookbook junkie, I will go with the first cookbook I ever fell in love with … the Southern Living Annual Edition … love looking at the pictures and trying the southern dishes.

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22 Jean Kowal

My favorite cookbooks are The Best of Bridge.

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23 Claire

I love my mom’s old betty crocker cookbook :D

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24 Kathleen Richardson

Zesty,

I posted this entry on my personal FB page. You’re already linked on my food blog and my FB page for that blog. What more do you want? ;)

Oh yeah, my favorite cookbook is Tofu Cookery (1990) by Louise Hagler, followed closely by The Menopause Cookbook (2000) by Hope Ricciotti, M.D., and Vincent Connelly (I think you’d like their Broccoli-Olive Pesto, Pecan, and Goat Cheese Pizza!)

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25 Lisa D

My favorite cookbook is a collection of “church lady” recipies from my mother’s church. It’s so great to see other family’s favorite recipes and make them my own.

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26 Kara

I love America’s Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook!

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27 N Jones

Favourite cookbook is Gordon Ramsay’s Family Fare.

Love your recipe on how to make fries. That’s how I make my now!
Thanks!

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28 Tina

My favourite cook book is ‘Cooking With Jamie’.

I abolutely love your recipes XD and i try to make my own but they never seem to turn out that good :P

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