Giveaway: Assorted Mason Jar Accessory Grab Bags

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There is a basket that sits next to my desk. It collects the various mason jar tools and accessories that people often send me. Over the last few weeks, this basket has gotten so full that its contents threaten to spill out across my small work area.

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Instead of schlepping the excess off to the Goodwill, I thought I’d put together a pair of assorted accessory grab bags and offer them up for giveaway here. I’ll divide up the goodies you see pictured here, along with some other items I’ve found since taking that picture and send them off to the two lucky winners.

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A good deal of the items you see here are from site sponsors Fillmore Container and Mason Jar Lifestyle and friend of FIJ EcoJarz. If you can’t wait to get your hands on a silicone drink lid, or one of those snazzy one-piece lids with the straw hole, make sure to visit their sites!

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Leave a comment on this post and me what you’ve been making for dinner lately (I need some fresh inspiration).
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm eastern time on Saturday, February 20, 2016. A winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday, February 21, 2016.
  3. Giveaway open to United States and Canadian residents. Void where prohibited.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post.

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535 Responses to Giveaway: Assorted Mason Jar Accessory Grab Bags

  1. 501
    Jessica R says:

    We made Philly cheesesteak sandwiches last night–so good!

  2. 502
    Robin S says:

    Breakfast for dinner, spaghetti with meat sauce, frozen ravioli with marinara, takeout pizza — you’re not the only one who needs a little inspiration!

  3. 503
    Sherri says:

    I’ve made tater tot casserole, tacos, and fish this week. Sorry it’s not too exciting!

  4. 504
    Marita says:

    Fish tacos

  5. 505
    Ellen says:

    America’s Test Kitchen’s skillet penne with chicken sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach has been my go-to easy meal lately. It’s really forgiving, so if I use beans because I don’t have sausage, or if I use tomato sauce instead of sun-dried tomatoes, or whatever I have in the freezer and pantry instead of what’s in the recipe, it always turns out well as long as I keep the water-to-pasta ratio about the same.

  6. 506
    Carol says:

    Stuffed peppers, yum!

  7. 507
    Jenn says:

    I’ve been sick the past two weeks, so I’ve been living off of homemade chicken soup with stars.

  8. 508
    Britt says:

    I’ve been hitting the ol’ egg-sandwich-with-jam routine. I’m thoroughly inspired by this comment thread though!

  9. 509
    Paul says:

    I made this the other night for dinner: using a jar of Tomato Jam I canned last summer.

  10. 510
    Megan says:

    I made polenta from scratch for the first time. Served roasted cauliflower and butternut squash over it.

  11. 511
    cmt says:

    I was sucked into making a big pot of chicken pho because Smitten Kitchen said it was the best soup she’d ever made. Lots of work. Very good, even though I couldn’t manage to nail every ingredient and every step. One of those, is it worth all the trouble ? recipes. Next day DH brings home packages of frozen store-bought pho that someone gave him. “Oh, look what I have…!” Well, one can’t have too much chicken soup in the winter, and an excuse to heat up the kitchen for hours on end.

  12. 512
    Teresa says:

    Fargo with mushrooms

  13. 513
    Teresa says:


  14. 514
    Evelyn says:

    Meatloaf with mashed potatoes!

  15. 515
    stephanie says:

    Anything I can make in the crockpot. Even lasagna!

  16. 516
    Lyn says:

    Roasted chicken with rice, steamed veggies and fermented pickles

  17. 517
    Hannah says:

    Lots of soups, especially spicy soups, since my allergies are going nuts.

  18. 518
    Paula says:

    Herb crusted baked chicken and boneless pork chops. I seem to be in a rut lately so I understand your need for inspiration.

  19. 519
    mary w says:

    Homemade pizza is a great way to use up odds and ends of food. I had family in town and we made 3 different pizzas:

    tomato sauce + pineapple
    pesto + caramelized onions + roasted asparagus
    pesto + sauted greens (chard, mustard, kale) + sausage

    All with homemade crust and cheese.

  20. 520
    Sue D says:

    I found a recipe for Taco meat in the crock pot that is so easy and we either had it with homemade tortillas and even homemade buns like a sloppy joe.

  21. 521
    Mel says:

    I’ve been on a curry crock-pot kick.

  22. 522
    Jane says:

    Boomster scallops from the farmer’s market

  23. 523
    Sarah says:

    Vegetable yakisoba; vegetable chicken potstickers; rice, bean, and avocado burritos; pizza with salami, fresh mozzarella, yellow pepper, and onion. I tend to just make 2-3 things and then eat them in rotation. When I am feeling really lazy, I love to eat cereal for dinner. 🙂

  24. 524
    Dawn says:

    Supper last night – broccoli cheese soup with home canned chicken added and sour cream and cheddar cheese – yum. Lunch today Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches after canning mushrooms and mushroom stock. more yum. 🙂

  25. 525
    Katie T says:

    Taco Tuesday or nachos use some homemade salsa and spaghetti or Ravioli on Wednesdays use spaghetti sauce.

  26. 526
    S. Marchio says:

    Just made porterhouse steaks on the grill. May not be inspirational, but was a treat to finally grill out during our Minnesota winter.

  27. 527
    Matty says:

    Ginger chicken ramen soup from the America’s Test Kitchen Slowcooker Revolution! We have the plague (have had for a month) in our house. It was a nice switch from Chicken Noodle, and starting back from maternity leave means the crockpot is my friend.

  28. 528
    Kathy says:

    I keep finding “ugly zucchini” at our local farm store and we’ve been eating them sliced them “noodly” with a mandoline, sauted with a lot of garlic and a splash of wine, tossed with whole wheat spaghetti, olive oil, and cheese (parmesan, feta, goat, whatever we have on hand). So good! So fast!!

  29. 529
    Torrey says:

    Green lentil salad with red onion, carrot & feta (red wine vinegar, mustard & olive oil dressing). I am addicted & so is my 15 month old.

  30. 530
    Carrie says:

    I had homemade pizza, with diced chicken and BBQ sauce. I have also made Burdock pickles and homemade sauerkraut. I am sure ready for some fresh greens from the garden!

  31. 531
    JessW says:

    Reading through the comments was inspiring! So many yummy ideas!

    The whole family is on a mission to eat better and be more active so for now we’re avoiding too many carbs and focusing on whole food proteins. I’m loving Parmesan-crusted chicken and mashed cauliflower with butter, sour cream and Ranch.
    Also, grilled Halloumi cheese from a local dairy. Soooo good!

  32. 532
    Brandi says:

    Steak, haha!

  33. 533
    Jude says:

    I have been on a staycation this week – lots of cooking. Spaghetti with local tomatoes from the freezer, local grass fed beef, homemade whole wheat noodles. Bacon and broccoli quiche. Mushroom and spinach frittata with homemade bread. Tomato soup with fresh tortillas. It was a fun vacation. Didn’t get out of the ktichen much.

  34. 534
    Nancy S. says:

    I made individual chicken pot pies with a biscuit crust – they were a hit !!