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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Marla's Mandell Bread Giveaway

A short time back I shared with you about a delicous little snack Marla's Mandell Bread. Now you can try this delicous snack for yourself. Marla of Marla's Mandell Bread would love to give one of Annies Home readers a chance to win your own snack of Marla's Mandell Bread. To remind you of exactly what I thought about Marla's Mandell Bread please read the original review here.

Marla Mandell's Bread is a jewish style recipe being recreated to offer the taste to others by a daughter and mother team. Individually packaged to offer that special snack in a easy to open container. Great for that quite snack to enjoy with that cup of coffe or hot tea.

Enter to win: First you must visit the Marla Mandell's Bread website and sign up for their newsletter. After doing this leave a comment letting me know

Extra Entries:

  • tell me something interesting that you find on the Marla Mandell's Bread website
  • leave a comment on the post first prom picture
  • grab my button and let me know where you placed it
  • follow me on twitter and leave me your ID
  • twitter about the giveaway (2 entries per tweet) leave link in comment
  • blog about the giveaway (5 entries per ) leave link in comment

Contest will run from today through May 17, 2009 Remember to place each entry in a new comment. Open to everyone. Please remember to have fun

71 comments:

  1. I subscribed to their newsletter

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  2. I learned that Mandel bread is often referred to as “Jewish biscotti,” although there are several key differences between the two. Traditional biscotti is not made with butter or oil — and is much harder than mandel bread. Mandel bread has a much lighter and crunchier texture, somewhere between biscotti and a cookie. Also, all of Marla’s Mandel Bread products contain a sweet dusting of cinnamon sugar

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  3. I left a comment on First Prom Picture

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  4. I subscribed to their newsletter.

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  5. I learned that mandel bread is made with butter or oil, and therefore is less hard than biscotti.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  6. I commented on the first prom picture post.

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  7. Mandel bread is similar to Italian biscotti, has its roots in Eastern Europe and is also known as mondel brodt, mondel brot, mondelbrodt, mondelbrot, mandelbrodt, mandelbrot, and mondel bread. Both Italian biscotti and mandel bread are baked two or three times, and the key difference between the two is texture. Mandel bread is not as hard or dense as Italian biscotti, and has a sweet cinnamon sugar coating on every piece.

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  8. Subscribed: VIP Mailing List
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    Your address has been added and you will be included in future mailings from Marla's Mandel Bread!.


    cdziuba@aol.com

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  9. I follow you on Twitter (cdziuba) and tweeted: http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/1699685629

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  10. I follow you on Twitter (cdziuba) and tweeted: http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/1699685629 entry 2

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  12. I learned about a key difference:
    Mandel bread has a much lighter and crunchier texture, somewhere between biscotti and a cookie!

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  13. Heading over to comment on the prom picture. Be there in a sec!

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  14. I subscribed to their newsletter.

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  15. I learned that all of Marla’s Mandel Bread products contain a sweet dusting of cinnamon sugar. Yummy!

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  16. I follow on Twitter
    kewpiedoll04

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  17. I tweeted #1
    http://twitter.com/kewpiedoll04/status/1700521774

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  18. I tweeted #2
    http://twitter.com/kewpiedoll04/status/1700521774

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  19. I signed up for their mailing list.

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  20. I learned that mandel bread is not as hard as biscotti. But what's a riot is when I get manel bread I freeze it as I love it rock hard.

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  21. I am now following you on Twitter (audreyokaneko)

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  22. I signed up for their newsletter. I'm wondering if the term "Mandel bread" is a regional thing, since I'm Jewish and I never heard of biscotti referred to as Mandel bread. Either way, it sounds delish! asthenight at gmail dot com

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  23. I signed up for their newsletter

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  24. They've been baking for 20 years before opening the company!

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  25. Extra Entries - Interesting thing I found on the website - that they have Apricot White Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread.

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  26. Extra Entries - Commented on First Prom Picture

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  27. I found that although it is like biscotti (which I love) it is less hard than biscotti... that could be a good thing! :)

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  28. I am following you on Twitter!

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  29. i subscribed to the newsletter

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  30. i thought that Marla's Mandel Bread was founded by the mother-daughter team of Marla Templer and Rachael Halstuk in 2008. Marla and Rachael have put a contemporary twist on this classic treat — offering a variety of delicious flavors and sending each order in delightful packaging. was interesting.

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  31. I signed up for the newsletter. I am going to try this lovely Mandell Bread,it looks and sounds so good. I learned that this is a new company just founded in 2008 by a Mom and daughter.
    Thanks
    matternu@aol.com

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  32. Jewish biscotti and Italian biscotti have there roots in Eastern Europe so its alot alike
    Its fantastic that a Mom and daughter started this company,the Mandell Bread looks wonderful.
    Thanks
    matternu@aol.com

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  33. I learned about a key difference:
    Mandel bread is a lighter and crunchier texture and has a sweet dusting of cinnamon sugar
    , the traditional Biscotti is much harder.
    Thanks
    matternu@aol.com

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  34. follow on twitter
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    matternu@aol.com

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  35. I learned that they are only in shops in Illinois... Bummer!

    I was hoping they would be out here... looks tasty!

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  36. i signed up for the newsletter

    timmiedeluca@comcast.net

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  37. Both Marla and Rachael agree that the best thing about mandel bread is that it makes people happy. Marla and Rachael strive to make the most delicious mandel bread, packaged in the most eye-catching and creative way to ensure that everyone who tries their product feels just that . . . happy.

    timmiedeluca@comcast.net

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  38. Commented on the prom pic

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  39. I subscribed to their newsletter
    throuthehaze@gmail.com

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  40. i learned all of Marla’s Mandel Bread products contain a sweet dusting of cinnamon sugar.

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  41. they were featured on Daily Candy Chicago

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  42. And I follow you on Twitter: MrsCox

    Thanks for the chance{s}!

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  43. It took 20 years for Marla to start making her product even though many told her she should all those years.

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  44. I follow you on Twitter (gordy93)

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  52. I signed up for the newsletter.

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  53. I learned that the packaging is SO CUTE and that it looks SO GOOD! Thanks for the opportunity!
    ~Stacey
    csfish@roadrunner.com

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  54. Entry 1 - I blogged about this giveaway - http://www.nicolesnickels.net/2009/05/top-10-giveaways-of-week-516.html

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  59. I signed up for the newsletter at Marla's

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