Friday, November 14, 2008

National Bundt Cake Day and a Giveaway


Tomorrow is National Bundt Cake day and I will find out which other finalist beat me! Really it's ok that I didn't win, really I'm fine with it. :) So in honor of National Bundt Cake day I am giving away a wonderful bundt cake pan! Sorry no recipe today as I might use the one I tested to enter next year! So all you have to do is post a comment by 5pm on Monday the 17th and I will pick a winner, randomly of course.

This is the Bavaria Bundt cake Pan. Don't worry this one is mine. Yours will come to you brand new!

Disclaimer - This is open to the US only, sorry in advance.

94 comments:

  1. Oh, I love making bundt cakes... and that pan is so pretty!

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  2. It's beautiful...

    I've got big plans for tonight, I'm hoping to make a mocha chocolate-chip bundt cake, yumm!

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  3. I have never made a bundt cake before, but have wanted to for a while. What better time to make my first than on National Bundt Cake Day

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  4. That pan does produce a beautiful cake!

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  5. Oh, I love making bundt cakes! I don't have that particular pan. It looks very pretty! By the way your blog is great! :)

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  6. I love your website. This is a beautiful pan too!

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  7. Wow! What a beautiful pan!
    Thanks for a great contest and an even better blog!

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  8. I"m famous in my family for always providing the bundt cakes, and I don't happen to have that particular pan yet! I'm having a great time with all of your recipes. Thanks!

    taliessin@yahoo.com

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  9. Oh wow, what a pretty pan!

    I tried your bundt recipe a few weeks ago, and it was a major hit at the halloween party! I don't think I even got a slice. Guess I'll have to try again...

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  10. First of all, your bundt cake looks great. I don't have that bundt cake pan, so count me in on give away.

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  11. I love bundt cakes. What a gorgeous pan, I haven't seen one like that before.

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  12. Love me a bundt! That pan is just gorgeous! Everytime I make a bundt I think of that "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" movie when Ian's Mom brings a bundt to the party and the Greek Mama has no idea what it is. Then she puts a small flower pot in it! anywho...LOVE your recipes! I've been using them every week since I found you!

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  13. That is by far the coolest bundt pan I've ever seen. Your cake looks delicious!

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  14. Katie, this is a beautiful pan. I don't have this one but I do have the Rose one. I love it. Bundt cakes can be a beautiful showpiece dessert for any special occasion. There are so many recipes and cookbooks dedicated to the baking of bundt cakes. I think yours looks gorgeous with all the little ridges.

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  15. I still use my grandmother's bundt cake recipe for Yum Yum Nut Cake. Never knew about National Bundt Cake Day before Thanks for the info

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  16. i've been need a bunt cake pan for so long, but i haven't found one worth the money yet! this one looks beautiful.

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  17. What a beautiful bundt pan! And the boundless possibilities that go w/ it!

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  18. That is a gorgeous cake you made there! Wow!

    If I win, will you share your secret to getting the cake out of the pan so successfully?

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  19. I love bundt cakes, all the different shapes they can be.

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  20. in all the years i've been baking, i've never had a bundt pan, and this one is so pretty! thank you so much.

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  21. This is way prettier than my boring bundt pan. I definitely need this one!

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  22. I make a mean mocha chocolate bundt cake!!!I really want this pan! I only have one and it looks to be 30 years old,it might actually be that old because it belonged to my grandmother.

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  23. WOW this is a beauty.

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  24. That pan and your cake is lovely!

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  25. ooh i've never had a bundt cake pan before but have been wanting one forever! beautiful cake. :)

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  26. that is a very interesting looking pan, your cake looks beautiful.

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  27. I have plans to make a bundt cake for a party later in the month and I love the way this one looks - beautiful!

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  28. beautiful cake, I'm sure it brings you a bundt-ul of joy!

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  29. Ah, Bundt cake, such an easy method to make a beautiful dessert. I have a caramel sweet potato cake recipe that would look great with this pan!

    tombhamilton AT gmail DOT com

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  30. Thanks for the opportunity for a great giveaway!

    zekks at yahoo.com

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  31. Gorgeous bundt pan! Perfect for my making my mom's amazing pound cake.
    Your cake is beautiful!!

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  32. wow, a national bundt cake day. oh man, i have been needing a bundt pan very badly : )

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  33. Happy National Bundt Cake Day!
    My housemates and I are suckers for a good bundt cake, but, sadly, our pan didn't make it from our last move. That one is absolutely beautiful!

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  34. I love bundt cakes! They are always so moist. That pan makes the cake look so beautiful!

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  35. Mm, i do love bundt cakes! I only have a silicone bundt pan, and i have neer had 100% success when making bundt cakes in it... some pieces refuse to come out! the one time i've made one in a hard metal one (the pan was a gift for my sister, and the pan came with a bundt cake from me! :), it came out fine. maybe i need a hard metal one!

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  36. What a beautiful bundt pan! And what an even more beautiful bundt cake, it came out perfect! Congrats!

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  37. I love making bundt cakes! They are so beautiful and look so much more impressive than they really are.

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  38. Bundt pans are a great way to make plain cakes look awesome!

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  39. WHAT! There is a Bundt national day and I wasn't aware??

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  40. I've never had a Bundt pan--just a tube. Exciting!

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  41. Mmm, beautiful pan! It seems I need to bake an orange bundt cake soon!

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  42. Pretty, I don't have a bundt cake pan. There's so many recipes I want to try that need one...

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  43. That's a very beautiful bundt pan!!! I don't own a bundt pan yet, I just have a silicone for miniature bundt cakes.

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  44. I have never made a bundt cake on my own... probably because I don't own a bundt pan, and I've got bills to pay! =)

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  45. Hi,it's so pretty!!
    Love bunt cakes...hope I'll get it!

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  46. Oh Bavarian joy! How did I miss National Bundt Cake Day? This gives me a whole new reason to make the bundt I was already planning.... Thanks for the post!

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  47. Cool giveaway! I'd love to use a pretty pan like that to make a lemon bundt cake.

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  48. Wish I'd known it was National Bundt Cake day -- I would have made a bundt cake. Oh, wait -- I don't have a bundt cake pan. Maybe I'll get lucky and win yours. :)

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  49. What a fun and festive pan!! Perfect for impessing the peoples.

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  50. Wow, that has to be the prettiest bundt pan I have ever seen. I used to make a tunnel of fudge bundt cake ever so many years ago. I would love to win this :-)
    Thank you for bringing back memories.
    Pam

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  51. hey that bundt pan looks awesome, i have seen crazy ones with castle towers and in the shape of sports stadiums...hope i win i can make an extra pretty jewish apple cake

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  52. what a pretty bundt cake pan!! i love baking poppyseed bread in a bundt pan

    H11M01W88@hotmail.com

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  53. That is such a beautiful pan! I don't think I have ever seen one like that before. It has been forever since I made a bundt cake, but I suppose that National Bundt Cake Day is a great excuse...

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  54. Wow -- that pan makes some lovely cakes!

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  55. What a special pan-really lovely.

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  56. I saw this pan the other day and didn't get it thinking I would just go back. I can't remember where now, augh. Anyways, bundts are fun because they are just a little bit friendlier and not as formal. This pan is lovely.

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  57. I've never actually baked in a bundt pan. Yours is pretty!

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  58. A gorgeous pan! Bundt cakes are always great, and wonderful crowd (read work) pleasers.

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  59. Beautiful cake! I've never tried a bavarian bundt, but it's lovely. I make lots of bundt cakes, but I didn't know there was a national holiday for them. That's awesome!

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  60. I love making Bundt cakes too - and this pan looks great!

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  61. Teresa in TennesseeNovember 15, 2008 at 2:58 PM

    That pan makes a beautiful cake! I accidently ran over my bundt pan when my son left it in the driveway. Don't ask!

    TRigell@aol.com

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  62. Bundt Cakes are making a comeback... Who wants a cupcake when you could have a Bundt?

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  63. Thanks for highlighting bundt cakes. I feel they allow the baking-phobic to enjoy baking as much as the rest of us without the stress of decorating as the pan's shape is all the decoration that's needed.

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  64. I am so excited about National Bundt Day. It sent me downstairs to the kitchen to pull my bundt pan out of the back of the kitchen cabinet.

    What I am more excited about is finding your blog. I got here by way of Tastespotting. I have been Food Blog surfing for HOURS NOW. I have t admit I read backwards through your blogs all the way to December 2007. And I think I am hooked. And I want to go make peppermint bark. I haven't had that in forever and it sounds so good!!!

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  65. What a lovely cake. Does the pan include a recipe too?

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  66. I can't believe I almost missed it!

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  67. I totally made a bundt cake for my roommate's grandmother that was gluten-free (she has Celiac's disease). In addition to having the consistency of a raw potato, my pan was ruined. =( It's been two whole years now and I've yet to replace it, this would be perfect!

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  68. My fingers are crossed! I am thinking of the Bundt cake scene in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, too. Such a classic scene!

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  69. I didn't know it was National Bundt Cake Day! I would've made Ina's delicious Lemon Bundt Cake-my fav! I might make it anyways...

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  70. Your cake is so pretty, and that pan is as well! I'd love the chance to win it.

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  71. WOW! That's a nice looking bundt cake. And a gorgeous pan, I just love bundt cake!

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  72. My five flavor pound cake would look beautiful in the pan.

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  73. Bundt cakes are wonderful! And no decoration necessary, either--just a dusting of powdered sugar. Yummy!

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  74. Congrats on being a finalist! Your recipe sounds perfectly delicious to me :)

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  75. when i think of bundt cakes, i think of "my big fat greek wedding" and the crazy mother trying to pronounce the word. too funny. :)

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  76. Beautiful cake with that pan, just gorgeous!

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  77. Been said before but I gotta say it again - that is a gorgeous pan.

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  78. This is one beautiful pan and it deserves a great bundt cake recipe to get it off to a good start !

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  79. wow what a beautiful bundt pan. Perfect for the holidays.

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  80. Your cake is lovely. Bundt cakes always look so magical.

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  81. Beautiful pan, beautiful cake!

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  82. I like! It's simple yet elegant.

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  83. OMG!!!! I have never seen such a beautiful bundt pan before! Too bad I am in Asia!

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  84. That is one pretty bundt cake! I've got to find a good bundt recipe.

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  85. Oh how lovely a cake pan! We love bundt cakes at our home and the fun ways that one can ice and decorate them. Love chocolate drizzled the best! Love to try this one!

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  86. I love bundt cakes. I have a silicon pan and would love a metal one to get a crispy edge
    starre@hotmail.com

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  87. Oh are you kidding? My sister-in-law is the world's most ardent Bundt-Cake-Maker! I'd love to give this to her for Christmas!!!

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  88. What a gorgeous pan that would be lovely with my pumpkin/chocoalte marble bundt for the holidays :) Do hope i win!
    Love your blog and it's part of my daily read ... keep those tasty recipes coming!!
    Dawn

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