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Mother’s Day Brunch Basket Giveaway from Tate’s Bake Shop


It’s that time of year again to remember Mom and reward her for all she has done for us.  And Tate’s Bake Shop has the perfect solution!

Kathleen King is the owner/operator of Tate’s Bake Shop.  Her career began when she was just 11 years old ~ by baking and selling her crisp, buttery chocolate chip cookies out of her father’s farm stand on their Long Island farmstead.   She was hoping for enough money to buy her school clothes, and then it turned into a success story with her owning her own business years later, when she was just 21 years of age!


Here on my blog, I’ve raved about Tate’s Bake Shop before. It’s best known for its mouthwatering chocolate chip cookies.  Plus, the bakers there have many other delicious goodies, such as:  brownies, pies and breakfast treats ~ all baked from scratch.  Kathleen love of baking is evident in every sweet bite!
Tate’s Bake Shop can serve up brunch for Mom!

Now, let's get on with the giveaway!
Tate’s Bake Shop has been nice enough to provide their Mother’s Day Brunch Basket to one lucky winner here at Pam’s Midwest Kitchen Korner! 


The spring-green basket is chock full of delectable treats:
  • Sour cream coffee cake rich with cinnamon sugar and pecans.
  • Two buttery crumb cakes
  • Two of their delectable raspberry bars with almond crumb topping
  • A dense, moist lemon pound cake

Here are the giveaway rules:
Leave me a comment telling me how you intend to honor you Mom, or anyone who is like a Mom to you.  (Required to win).
For extra entries:     
Follow me through Google Friend Connect and leave a comment that you did this.
*  Become a fan of Pam’s Midwest Kitchen Korner on Facebook and leave a comment saying you did this.
*  Follow this blog on Facebook Networked blogs and leave a comment telling me you did this.
The giveaway ends on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at midnight, Central Standard Time.  The winner will be announced on Friday, May 3, 2013.  The gift basket will be shipped directly from Tate’s Bake Shop.
This giveaway is open to U. S. residents only.

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Tate’s Bake Shop is happy to celebrate Mother’s Day this year by honoring Mom’s, Grandmothers and everyone who is like a Mom, with their Tate’s Bake Shop Mother’s Day Honor Wall on Facebook! 
To win a Mom’s Baking for Friends Basket, click HERE and follow the instructions.  Then, just post an image of your honoree and say a few words about why that person is special to you.  That’s it!

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And, there’s yet another way to get some mouthwatering goodies:  Tate’s Bake Shop is offering shoppers on the Tate’s Bake Shop website 20% off any purchase until May 12, 2013.  Just use the discount code mom13 at checkout.

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Good luck to all of you!



Pam



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  1. i have a gift for her and will get her flowers on mother's day

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  2. i follow you thru GFC as velvetelvis40


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  3. i like you on facebook

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  4. i follow you on network blog as judy gardner


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  5. My mom lives several states away, and I usually send her a card.

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  6. I already follow you on Google friend connect :)

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  7. I liked you on Facebook! I thought that I already had, but I somehow must have missed you!

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  8. Sadly, mom left us two years ago. While we miss her tremendously, we know she is in a better place. I will honor her memory with a prayer, and a visit to the cemetery with flowers. I'll also cook her favorite dinner - for us!

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  9. My Mom passed away many years ago, but I will wear her wedding ring on Mother's Day to remember her.

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  10. I will honor the meory of my Mother by readding one of her letters to me.

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  11. Girl....I am now a FAN, a Google follower and a follower!! I've got it all covered. My mom passed away a few years ago, but as always....I will write a tribute to her on my blog. There are so many wonderful things to say about her and I want to share it with everyone...
    Hope your Sunday afternoon is the Best...

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  12. just had catfish pan fried without breading this evening. my mom passed away not too long ago so too fresh to think about.

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  13. My mother has passed away and my MIL is in a nursing home suffering from Alzheimer's, so sadly, there is no mother-image in my life any longer :(

    What a lovely basket of goodies!

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  14. Thanks for visiting my blog and I've enjoyed visiting yours and seeing some of your wonderful recipes. I like your philosophy about how you care for others nurturing them. I think I may have lived at one time near where you live. :-)

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  15. The basket sounds delightful. This will be my first Mother's Day without my mom - but she will be remembered! I am not entering the giveaway, just wanted to drop by and thank you for the visit.

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  16. I live too far away from my mother to visit, but I call her and remind her of how much I love her and how thankful I am for all that she's done for me.

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  17. I have honored my mom every day she was alive, and every day since she died, and I will always do so. How? I remember all the great times (and they were always so wonderful) we had together throughout my life. I was so lucky to have her as my mom.

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  18. I got my mom a flower arrangement b/c she loves flowers!

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  19. Im a fan of Pam’s Midwest Kitchen Korner on Facebook

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  20. Hi Pam. I am so glad you visited my blog and entered my giveaway. As you know, I am a follower. Sadly, my Mom passed away 7 years ago and I love and miss her everyday. She was my inspiration. She encouraged me in everything I did and was my taste tester in lots of my baking. On Mother's Day I will miss her even more and be thinking of her.

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  21. We are going out to dinner at Olive Garden -- and I am sending her flowers!
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  22. I am a public follower of yours on GFC as Carolsue (Carol Ezovski)
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  23. I follow you on Networked Blogs (Carolsue Anderson)
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  24. I like you on Facebook as Carolsue Anderson
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  25. Oh, what a great giveaway!! (yet again!!) And I plan on spoiling mom as best as I can. I can't get back home until the following weekend, but I plan to make her dinner, I have a lovely necklace that I'm giving her.... and I think I'll make her whatever dessert she wants :)

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  26. Such a great giveaway! I'll be cooking my mom dinner on Mother's Day!

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  27. Now if only I lived a little closer LOL. Take care Diane

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  28. Hi Pam! I'm taking my sweet mama to lunch. We're eager to celebrate mother's day this year as I now have a little one of my own (even though she's still inside me!) Thank you for sharing this sweet giveaway from Tate's!

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  29. I'm taking my mother in law shopping for a day...it's her favorite thing to do. A fun lunch is included!

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  30. Dear Pam, Sounds like a wonderful giveaway...I would love to be a part of it. Tates is a favorite in my family.

    My mother passed away many years ago, but in her honor I will probably make a nice dinner...she loved spaghetti with fresh marinara sauce and grated cheese, and chocolate pudding for dessert.

    I'm already a follower on all three networks, so I am not sure if I should leave separate comments. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  31. I have a card picked out for her and just need to pick up a gift! :)

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