Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Celebrating You with a $100 Gift Card (CLOSED)


We are so excited to be sharing a fabulous $100 Gift Card Giveaway to MYHABIT.com with you.
Have you been to MYHABIT.com?  It is an awesome private sale site from Amazon.com, they offer up to 60% off designer brands for men, women, kids and home. AND FREE SHIPPING in the US.  Seriously!

I found loads of great deals on home good, including some gorgeous cutting boards, stoneware, cutlery and more.

I have to say I was really thrilled to find Serena Bass joining MYHABIT.  Serena Bass is the latest tastemaker curator for MYHABIT.  She has curated a kitchen & tabletop event for MYHABIT.

Meet Serena Bass and get her recipe for the perfect, quick & easy pasta arrabbiata in this video.



To win a $100 giftcard to MYHABIT.com to be used any way you like, just complete the requirements below.  
  • Watch the Serena Bass video above
  • Sign up for MYHABIT.com
  • Leave a comment below telling what you liked about the video and your favorite item from the Serena Bass sale event.
  • Make sure to complete all requirements. One lucky winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator.  The contest is open until Monday 1/28/13 11:59pm MST.
  • The winner will be verified, contacted and announced by Wednesday 1/30/13.
Good luck!  GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED

Disclaimer:  The Slow Roasted Italian was compensated for this post.  However, the opinions of this line &company are solely ours.  We ONLY promote things we love! 

CONGRATS TO HOLLY ANN.  YOU HAVE WON OUR $100 MYHABIT gift card giveaway!  Happy Shopping.

54 comments:

  1. I'm addicted to Myhabit! I like her simple pasta recipe, and I want the Regas set 6 premium casserole, black!

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  2. I'd love to try this pasta! it looks pretty good! I love the Anolon Nouvelle Copper 11" Square Griddle!

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  3. That pasta looks delicious. I love the addition of balsamic! I've never tried that in my red sauce. The colored baking dishes and all of those great knives are tempting me!

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  4. The pasta looks soooo good! Love the lemon. The knives look fantastic.

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  5. Completed all steps. The sauce looks yummy and I appreciate how easy it looks to make. My favorite item is the Ruffoni Historia Brazier Pot.

    dj_onassis at yahoo dot com

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  6. I'm a member. Her accent is lovely and I love she keeps cooking easy and simple. My favorite item is Anolon Nouvelle Copper 3-Qt. Covered Sauté Pan with Helper Handle.

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  7. I love learning the fact that she used Balsamic Vinegar in her red sauce to give it extra flavor that cooking for hours would have given it:)

    I love the knives, I certainly need new ones:)

    Thank you for offering this awesome giveaway!!

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  8. I love everything.... the simple recipe & the Anolon sauce pan, the bamboo cutting board...I have a great set of knives already.

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  9. st and balsamic vinegar! I also loved the ruffino historic copper pots in her sale. Beautiful!

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  10. I was intrigued by the use of lemon zest and balsamic vinegar! Love the ruffino historians copper pots in the sale. Beautiful!

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  11. Mmm,,,must try this wonderful pasta sauce! I liked many of the items, but especially the mundial knife set and the Acacia French Bread board!

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  12. Love a simple pasta sauce. Would love to have the copper pots.

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  13. I love adding a nice aged basalmic to fake the slow carmelizing of tomato sauce... I am kind of in love with the Ruffoni Protagonista Paella Pan! Must save my pennies!

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  14. I love using a nice aged basalmic to fake the flavor of a tomato sauce that has been simmering for hours and hours. I am in love with Ruffoni Protagonista Paella Pan! Going to have to save my pennies for sure!

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  15. That looks delicious! I loved all the close ups of the ingredients. They looked fresh and beautiful. I signed up and love the Regas casserole premium! Any casserole would look modern in that dish.

    soluckyducky at gmail dot com

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  16. The video was nice and looked good :) I love her pots and would love to have some of them!
    pieniatarinoita@gmail.com

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  17. I've never thought of adding balsamic to a tomato sauce, but I'm trying that next time!

    I love all the copper pots, but my favorite is probably the oval pan with bronze handle. Almost too beautiful to use!

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  18. LOVE the olive oil decanter she used in the video! Also loved her gray nail polish! :) Would love, love, love a clay pot like she has listed on myhabit.com! Miss cooking in one and have been dying to get a new one!

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  19. The video was very engaging. I loved the short recipe/ cooking tutorial! I would love some new pots and pans and a new cutting board!

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    1. My email is: kjvbible4me@gmail.com. I just saw through a FB post that you need the emails as well :-).

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  20. I like her accent and beautiful kitchen and my favorite item is the two-tone chop block!

    rawrms at gmail dot com

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  21. I like the simple recipe and the awesome looking knife she used.

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  22. I love that Serena cooked a tomato sauce without getting a single drop on her beautiful gray apron. My apron is not that clean! lol.

    My favorite item is the Bamboo cutting board.

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  23. I love the recipe she demonstrated and my favorite item is the copper sauce pot!

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  24. I loved the recipe she demonstrated and the copper sauce pot is my favorite item!

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  25. I love to see products used by cooks and the sauce is on my list to make!

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  26. I love to see products cook use and recommend and the sauce is now on my list of things to make.

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  27. I know why it's called my HABIT!! I love the sauce pan & so need one.

    (how do I leave an email address?)

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  28. Two-tone chopping block and her Mundial Chef Knife. Plus a large plate of pasta and her sauce we just saw :-)

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  29. I love the tutorial! Such an easy recipe! I would love to have the Ruffoni Protagonista Paella Pan

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  30. I like her fresh basil and use of olive oil and butter! I could almost smell that lemon zest too! Yummy!

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  31. I am loving that cutting board. Also I have never added lemon zest to a marinara sauce, i'll have to try that.

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  32. I love that cutting board! Also I will have to try lemon zest in pasta sauce, sounds yummy!

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  33. I am loving that cutting board. Also I have never added lemon zest to a marinara sauce, i'll have to try that.

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  34. My favorite part of the video was Serena's Arrabiatta Sauce. Adding this to my TO DO list!

    Core Bamboo Pro Chef Two Tone Chop Block! I need one of these :)

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    1. this was my post and I wasn't able to post my email here but I registered it on Myhabit.com it's garscott@dtccom.net
      My name is Marilyn Scott

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  35. I loved the amount of garlic she used in the sauce!

    I could really use a new chef's knife!

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  36. I'm a big fan of arrabiatta sauce, and I've never heard about MyHabit.com, so I learned something new!

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  37. I love arrabiatta sauce, and I've never heard of MyHabit.com, so I learned something new.
    All signed up on MyHabit.com, too.

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  38. I loved the sauce but have never heard of using lemon zest in it. I would love the beautiful cutting board!

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    1. Wasnt able to post my name to this but I am Carol Vagher

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    2. My email is woodster44@msn.com
      I love reading all the entries, everyone has has such different thoughts on the same fun little video!

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    3. And in case you need my email:

      woodster44@msn.com

      Carol Calabrese Vagher

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  39. I loved how easy the video and the pasta recipe was to follow! And love the Anolon Nouvelle Copper 5.5 QT Covered Saucier! An essential piece of cookery needed in my kitchen.. My email is jorgensen.wendy@gmail.com..

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  40. I loved how easy the video and the pasta recipe was to follow! And really loved the Anolon Nouvelle Copper 5.5-Qt. Covered Saucier, an essential piece of cookery needed in my kitchen... My email address is: jorgensen.wendy@gmail.com

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  41. Loved the easy pasta dish! Awesome cutting borad and knife I might add.



    tdbass@cox.net

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  42. Stephanie Norton-BredlJanuary 27, 2013 at 9:55 PM

    I'm going to try that sauce and I love the sauce pan that she used in the video. My husband and I really want to start to replace all of our old pots and pans with quality pots and pans.

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  43. Just a tip about shopping myhabit (I'm new here, so wanted to contribute): before buying anything at myhabit I usually do a quick search for the items or brands I want to buy here: http://www.sortedby.com/myhabit/all.html . It lets you sort myhabit listings by price and discount and it often lets you find sales that are officially over. Hope someone finds it useful.

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  44. Just read your post on the five minute red sauce... I've been looking for a good homemade sauce, now I have two. :) I think I must have Italian somewhere in my blood line because I love pasta and garlic...

    I am in desperate need of a new set of knives, those featured would be perfect.

    :) bubbledmess@gmail.com

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    1. Congrats Holly Ann! You are our winner. Check your email. XOXO

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  45. I love serena, and in the video i loved her turqoise kitchen walls and the easy recipe. I was coveting the ruffoni historia brazier pot of hers on myhabit!

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  46. This contest is closed to new entries! Thank you all for participating.

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