Giveaway: New West KnifeWorks Santoku

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This week’s giveaway comes from new Food in Jars sponsor New West KnifeWorks. They make some of the most gloriously beautiful kitchen knives you can find. The handles are crafted from layers of colored hardwood that are treated to be incredibly sturdy and easy to hold.

The blades are made from domestic steel and are fabricated in Massachusetts (in a facility run entirely on green hydro-power). Truly, a great gift for someone who loves to cook and is dedicated to supporting environmentally friendly US industry.

The winner of this giveaway will get a New West KnifeWorks Santoku Chef Knife with a Fusionwood 2.0. handle. Here’s how to enter.

  1. Leave a comment on this post and share something you love about this time of year.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm east coast time on Saturday, December 14, 2013. Winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday.
  3. Giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post. I can not accept submissions via email.

sewing seasons winner 150 Disclosure: New West KnifeWorks is a sponsor of this site. However, all opinions expressed here remain my own. I’ve used their knives since 2010 and find them to be well-made, useful tools.¬†

One more thing. The winner of the Sewing for all Seasons giveaway is #281, Michelle. She said, “I like to make my own cloth coffee filters.” ¬†Thanks to everyone who took the time to enter that flash giveaway! I so enjoyed reading about all your crafty, handmade ways.

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1,104 Responses to Giveaway: New West KnifeWorks Santoku

  1. 451
    M.K. Carroll says:

    Turning leftovers into comfort food, like turkey jook and apple cake with cranberries, nuts, and whatever else might work.

  2. 452
    kcc says:

    lights! lots of lights, everywhere! that, and 50/50 rum and eggnog! cheers!

  3. 453
    Julie M says:

    I lose the Christmas lights! I also love the opportunity to spend time with family and build traditions

  4. 454
    Anissa Mcalpibe says:

    the gingerbread latte in not my scene but i love to decorate a gingerbread cookie with any youngsters i can find! Fresh minced ginger in my recipe :) That calls for a good knife :)

  5. 455
    Rachel says:

    I love baking up a storm and not feeling too guilty about it.

  6. 456
    Patrick MacGuire says:

    I love watching the snow melt! I didn’t even have to shovel!

  7. 457
    Theresa Cruz says:

    I love the snow! I love the kindness in the air! :)

  8. 458
    catherine says:

    love getting Christmas cards. what other time of the year do you look forward to the mail so much?

  9. 459
    Annie says:

    I love hot cocoa and Christmas twinkle lights!

  10. 460
    Courtney says:

    I love helping those that are a little less fortunate provide a great Christmas for their kids.

  11. 461
    Victoria Winkle says:

    I really enjoy getting my daughters exited for the holidays with their advent calendars. Each morning the anticipation of what treat or clue they’ll find can be seen in their whole body’s. Pure joy!

  12. 462
    Tanya says:

    Cookies for Santa!

  13. 463
    Terri C says:

    I love snow and the fireplace. Love seeing the littlest children in wonderment. Love the true meaning of the season. And the way mankind changes for this period of time.

  14. 464
    Jen says:

    I love to see the look on people’s faces when they open presents.

  15. 465
    Franko says:

    easy – snow! being from colorado originally, i’ve always had a love of snow. now that i’ve learned to snowboard, i look forward to it even more.

  16. 466
    Jessica says:

    I love that we all have extra time off of work and school and have time to be together in a cozy house, fire going, me puttering in the kitchen, my husband reading a book and the kids in between us both.

  17. 467

    I love this time of year because it gives me a chance to look back on my past and reflect. Also, I love this time of year because I have an 11 year old daughter. I don’t think it would be as fun, if she weren’t in my life. What a blessing. Thank you!

  18. 468
    KC says:

    Twinkle lights. They make everything better.

    Plus getting to see friends and family that I usually only see once a year. It’s nice to take a break for just personal reasons. :)

  19. 469
    puglet says:

    I love the absolutely mad rush I get making so many things. Cooking, gifts, decorating the house. It makes me feel all cheerful (and exhausted). Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

  20. 470
    TLK says:

    I love my yearly drive to the apple orchards for fresh apples. They are so much better than anything in even the best store!

  21. 471
    Sh says:

    Hot cocoa.

  22. 472
    WWQ says:

    Eggnog.

  23. 473
    Alana says:

    I love baking goodies for my friends and family! I even send baked good out of country to friends :) That and the smell of pine trees <3

  24. 474
    MF says:

    I love the lights! And the fact that my house smells like baking… And tucking canning into baking baskets… Oh! And the music! Love this season! :)

  25. 475
    Trudy Mulford says:

    Being able to spend time with family.

  26. 476
    Terry Rawlinson says:

    I love this time of year because I get to feed my family & friends

  27. 477
    Tracey says:

    Time with family, dressing in layers, wearing scarves all day, hot drinks and curling up in blankets on the couch.

  28. 478
    Katie says:

    Getting cozy with steaming pots of ginger beer on the stove, soon to be gifted to friends and family!

  29. 479
    Cameron says:

    I love that my wife and I have always been too broke to buy each other Christmas gifts, but we don’t care because we are happy and the kids are cute.

  30. 480
    Harold says:

    My daughter teaches Spanish in Middle school (Georgia). She says that the school is made up of mid-high risk kids, many are poor and feel excluded because their parent(s) are out of work and know the struggle of their moms and/or dads to make ends meet. Their Christmas will not be a merry one. My daughter came up with an idea for our family: to buy gifts for those kids this year instead of buying gifts for each other. I am so proud of my daughter for this kind thought. It makes me feel really good. This has caused me to rethink what giving is all about!

  31. 481
    Erin says:

    I love holiday lights, Christmas potluck/secret santa at work, and seeing family.

  32. 482
    Steve2 in LA says:

    It has to be the smell of wood burning fireplaces. Don’t smell that too often in LA.

  33. 483
    Harold says:

    Learning what the season is really all about, more blessed to give than receive. Besides, I have enough toys!

  34. 484
    Nicole says:

    I love the frost in the air when I first walk out of the house i the morning. Even though I shiver bitterly once the North Wind kicks in, I secretly enjoy the first bit of chill.

  35. 485
    ramona w says:

    fall vegetables and their color pallete

  36. 486
    Beth C. says:

    The excitement of my kids as the holidays get under way…

  37. 487
    Cheryl says:

    I usually love this time of year for the whacky gifts I manage to come up with and I totally love the evilness in the air in regards to my neice’s gifts. They are finally at the age where they give as good as they get and to me, that’s great as it creates a shared experience that I can look back on and revel in!

  38. 488
    Linda says:

    I LOVE to get holiday cards from folks near and far – and to hear how their year has been.

  39. 489
    Chrissy says:

    I love holiday decorations. They hide the imperfections in my home:)

  40. 490
    Colleen Gorman says:

    Making food gifts for friends and family. Yesterday, I made the jams and over the next couple of weeks I’ll bake the breads to accompany them.

  41. 491
    wintu nancy says:

    I love having the colder weather, the yummy comfort foods, curling up in bed with a good book, and enjoying the yummy things canned during the hot weather!

  42. 492
    dali says:

    i love the snow. amd the hot chocolate while walking I’m the snow

  43. 493
    montuos says:

    I love bright red berries against white snow and red velvet ribbons against dark green leaves. I love the sound of ancient traditional carols. I love fresh-baked shortbread and homemade eggnog and Rare Who Roast Beast.

  44. 494
    victoria says:

    I love wrapping presents. Each year I have a theme, brown paper with some sort of color coded ribbon/decoration and tissue paper. I never write my name on the gifts, so my family has learned that if it’s wrapped up fancy in brown paper, it’s from me.

  45. 495
    Desiree says:

    Homemade chocolate truffles! I make them for family and friends (and myself!) every year. They are incredibly time consuming so I can only justify it in the holiday season.

  46. 496
    Amanda Hewes says:

    I love watching my favorite Christmas movie (just The Grinch) until I drive my hubby batty, and decorating the tree.

  47. 497
    Rachel says:

    I love the feeling of being with people I love.

  48. 498
    bfg67 says:

    Cooking lovely traditional food with family

  49. 499
    aubrey says:

    I mostly love the abundances of food. Cookies and chocolate everywhere!

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    Lynne says:

    Cranberries,and popcorn made in the fireplace.

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