Tuttorosso Wooden Spoon Giveaway (3,000 spoons will be given away)

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Red Gold, the makers of the Tuttorosso brand have been around since the 1940’s.  The focus growing locally in the midwest.  The midwest has the perfect growing season for tomatoes for another of reasons.  You may already use Tuttorosso products in your family meals.  I know I have.

Speaking of family, many families have things that are passed down through the generations.  Maybe it’s a recipe, a piece of jewelry, or something else that special in your family.  Wooden spoons are something that is popular to hand down to the next cook in the family.  To celebrate the nostalgia and heritage of the wooden spoon, Tuttorrosso will be giving away 3,000 wooden spoons over a 3 week period starting October 22 on their facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/tuttorossotomato

Simply like their facebook page, fill in your contact info, and they will randomly draw winner for the wooden spoons.

This just added, Tuttorosso is going to do a special giveaway of a wooden spoon to one LuvSavingMoney reader.  I got mine and it’s really a good quality spoon.  Very solid and bigger than the cheap ones I have.
Tuttorosso wooden spoon giveaway



1 Luv Saving Money reader will win a wooden Tuttorosso spoon

US only


106 Replies to “Tuttorosso Wooden Spoon Giveaway (3,000 spoons will be given away)”

  1. The only thing that I can think of that’s been handed down in our family is jewelry and needlepoint work.

  2. My great-great grandmothers lincoln bed. It’s massive, but gorgeous. I’m the 5th generation to use it!

  3. We don’t have anything that has been handed down, but my engagement ring is my husband’s grandmother’s. So I hope it is the start of something that will be handed down!

  4. My grandmother passed down her bedroom furniture to me, and then I gave it to my daughter. Hoping she will give it to her oldest daughter.

  5. I have a bacon fork that was my great grandma’s. It has a wooden handle and the tines are worn on an angle from years of flipping bacon:)

  6. I have a blanket that my mother made that will be passed down. We also have a christening gown that has been used by my husband and both our children. The christening blanket was used for my mother in law, my husband, and both our children.

  7. My great, great Grandma’s dishes have been passed down to me. 🙂 They are beautiful. Thanks for the opportunity.

  8. First names are handed down in my family. Also, my mother’s sewing machine was handed down to me.

  9. There is a wonderful cast iron skillet that has been handed down through several generations. I now have possession of it and it is my most prized possession. Everything I make in it turns out great!

  10. I have a rocking chair that belonged to my great Grandma, I’ll pass that along to my oldest someday.

  11. I have a wall picture that is a collage made by my great grandmother back in the late 1800s that has been passed down through our family. The background is some kind of heavy tin foil. She cut out intricate pictures and made a big collage of it. It has a beautiful wooden frame and there is a tiny certificate where she won a prize for making it included in the picture.

  12. We hand down names. My middle name is Eymalie, after my great-great grandma. Its been passed down for years!

  13. In my family, there’s a set of McCall’s recipe books that have been handed down for generations. They now belong to me and I will hand them down to my daughter. 🙂

  14. We haven’t really had much of a tradition of handing things down until recently. My mother gave me her super nice watch that I will pass on to my daughter.

  15. I love collecting recipes from my family. I do not have a ton of them but it makes me appreciate the ones I have.

  16. Other than my grandma’s chocolate cake recipe and her hot dog soup recipe, the only thing I can think of is an old rolltop desk!

  17. Something that has been handed down has been an apple jar. This was my grannies grandma’s and my mom holds it right now

  18. On my wedding day I was given my grandma’s ( who passed away before I was born) wedding ring which I will pass on to my daughter!!

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  19. A guardian angel picture that was my mothers is passed to the oldest child. And now each of my children have a christening gown that they can pass to their children and grandchildren. Each one was made by my great-aunt who has since passed away. A treasure for certain!

  20. We have an area rug that has been handed down through generations in our family. Read Michael Pollan’s book “Cooked” to find out why it is important to hand down a wooden spoon through generations for cheese making. Very interesting.

  21. My Mom passed down a few pots and pans that were my Grandmothers. Guardian service it’s heavy and durable.

  22. My mother gave me a locket at age 16 that her mother had given to her when she was 16. I will pass it on to my daughter.

  23. Unfortunately there isn’t in my family, but I want to start a tradition of something special being passed down.

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