The Best Peanut Butter Gadget Ever Giveaway!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Grandpa Witmer's Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Mixer is the best peanut butter gadget I've found! You will never again hear me complain about the difficulties of stirring natural peanut butter (although I'm sure I'll continue to complain about needing to refrigerate it).

The mixer comes in 8 different models, depending on the size jar you want to stir. Each lid is fitted with a special gasket and snap liner, and the mixer slides through a hole in the center of the gasket. My first thought was that this would be a huge mess to clean up, but that gasket cleans all the peanut butter off the mixer, so clean up is quick and easy.

I've never had peanut butter mixed so thoroughly before. The first spoonfuls were the same consistency as the ones from the bottom of the jar. Pure joy!

The R.N. Witmer Company has blessed me with an extra mixer to give away to one of you. It's their Model 100, designed to fit a 16 oz. jar that is 4.75 inches high with a 77 mm. (3 inches) diameter lid. To enter, leave a comment below telling about a fond memory you have that involves peanut butter. Suffering from amnesia and can't come up with a memory? Just say "hello," and you'll be entered. One entry per person. Make sure you leave an email address or blog link so I can contact you if you win. Comments will be received through Tuesday, August 26, 2008. I'll use the randomizer.org thingie to select a winning entry and announce the winner on August 27.

16 comments:

PurrPrints said...

hmm--sounds less messy than the potential drips from storing it upside down--i have a fond memory of eating peanut butter on toasted cinnamon raisin english muffins before going to the beach on family vacations in the summer. mm

Natalie said...

My mom used to make peanut butter bars for me to take to school on my birthday growing up. I loved those darn things! :)

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Sherry said...

is contest [open for international?

Designing Hilary said...

Helloooooooooooooooooo ...

:D Cool idea.

Laarni said...

Joining but wait, if I ever get to win it, can you ship it to the Philippines? *GRIN*

Anyway, i am still joining. YUM! I am leaving my URL.

Lucky Girl said...

@Sherry and laarni: Yes, go ahead and enter. I'm happy to ship it anywhere!

Channah said...

Wow! This would be great to win! I hate stirring peanut butter~!

Mo said...

Being newly single, I have re-discovered the joys of peanut butter, mostly spurred on by your fun blog!
My favorite current breakfast: a peanut butter and banana sandwich, drizzled with just a touch of honey.

My local grocery store just started carrying natural peanut butters, so I'll have to try some (yes, I've been eating JIF)
So, enter me in the contest, too, if you would.
cheers,
mo

morgen1967 at gmail dot com

Laura said...

My favorite memory is our babysitter making my brothers and me "Peanut Butter Surprise". My brothers and I still love it and have passed it on to our kids. Recipe: Toast 2 slices of bread, spread peanut butter on 1 slice on put on plate. Drizzle syrup on top. Spread peanut butter on 2nd slice of toast and stack on top of 1st slice. Drizzle syrup on top. Slice stack into little squares and eat with a fork. Yum! :)

sarah said...

as a kid,i would never eat peanut butter by itself on toast...it HAD to be with jam or Nutella!

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Ami said...

When I was a kid, my cousin and I would go to his grandmother's after school sometimes and for a snack, she'd let us dig out a spoonful of peanut butter (Peter Pan, of course) and then dip it in confectioner's sugar. Mmmmm...to be a kid again. Now all I eat is natural peanut butter and this gadget would really be helpful!

Sara said...

I love peanut butter. MY favorite peanut butter treat from childhood and today is marshmallow peanut butter toast

Mekhismom said...

I enjoy peanut butter, honey and bananas on bread. It was one of my favorite snacks when I was pregnant.

melissa said...

A fond memory of peanut butter, hmm I love my mother peanut butter balls. She used to make them all the time when we were kids. Probably one of the reasons I was a little pudgy around the middle lol. I wish she would share the recipe with me, but she always says it is a secret. MMM MMM moms peanut butter balls. My email address is darien04@gmail.com

Mik said...

Now that is cool, especially with so many grand kids we have who go gaga over peanut butter.

cpullum said...

Wow this is cool! We go through alot of Peanut Butter hear and alot of fights with the lids!!
Thsi gadget would make my life easier!
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