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This Week's Foodie Freebie: Lock & Lock 20 pc Storage Set


Hello and welcome to November! Amazing how time flies when we're cooking, baking and talking about food! I hope you had a great weekend and had some culinary adventures of your own, especially with Halloween goodies. I hosted a Halloween party and because I've been so tired lately, it was a lot of work but worth it. I'll be sharing pictures and recipes of my Halloween goodies all this week. Sunday was a date with me and the couch. I loved just hanging out and having myself a lazy Sunday.

But since it's now officially November, everyone must have Turkey on the brain. I can't believe Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away! If you're like me, you're probably looking over recipes to serve for the big day and ways to use up leftovers. However, I'd like to help out with someone's Thanksgiving leftovers this year. Heck, it doesn't even have to be Thanksgiving leftovers - it could be leftovers of next week's dinner! This week, I'm giving away to a lucky reader a Lock & Lock 20 piece storage set. I'm a fan of Lock & Lock storage containers because they do a fantastic job of storing leftovers and food... both in and out of the refrigerator. They're safe to use in the microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe.

Launched in 1997, Lock &Lock is a totally new concept in air &liquid tight containers. Since the introduction of plastic storage ware, there have been minimal changes in the fundamental design. There were two major problems with current plastic storage ware, imperfect sealing and difficulty in opening and closing lids. Researchers at Hanacobi have recognized the problem and after intensive research and development, Lock & Lock was invented.

With revolutionary four locking mechanism and a resilient silicon seal, food is kept fresh for longer without having to worry about any spillage. With storage saving design and Microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe, Lock &Lock is a convenient way to organize any kitchen. Since its launch, Lock &Lock has acquired 1022 patents, trademarks and registration of design in 68 countries and is sold over 100 countries world wide. Lock &Lock aims to continuously develop quality products that meet and exceed expectations of consumers.

Made of high grade durable plastic, these stackable, multi-use containers are ergonomically designed with a special silicone sealing ring that works to keep your items fresh and secure.
  • Optimal stain resistance.
  • Microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe
  • 100-Percent airtight and watertight
  • Popular sizes at a great value
  • Ideal sizes for everyday use
Set includes one of each container with Lid:
16.3 Cup
11 Cup
6.75 Cup
5.5 Cup
3.7 Cup
2.87 Cup
2 Cup
1.75 Cup
Two 3.4 Cup containers with lids

Some guidelines:
- Giveaway is only for those who live in the United States - my apologies to my international readers!
- You must check back on my blog on Friday to see if you've won so you can claim your prize!

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment answering:

- What is one dish you enjoy better then next day as leftovers?


Deadline:
Thursday, November 5, 2009 at 12 midnight CST.

ONE WINNER will be randomly chosen by Random. Org's Interger Generator based on the number of your comment and will be announced on Friday, November 6, 2009. Good luck!

181 comments

  1. I love soup the next day... gives the flavors more time to come together.

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  2. chili! I think chili tastes so much better reheated the next day

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  3. Lasagna!! It's DH's favorite 'better the next day' meal too.

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  4. Rice and beans - it's at least as good as leftovers, but with almost no effort!

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  5. Leftover chicken and dumplings are great. It thickens and the flavors really combine.

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  6. Definitely chili! It tastes awesome the next day and even after being frozen!
    -Lisa
    ([email protected])

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  7. I have a couple. Fried chicken....cold. Yum! And pizza.

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  8. Chicken Adobo tastes so much better the next day as leftovers!

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  9. Chili and Macaroni and Cheese both taste better the next day in my opinion!

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  10. Chili is so much more flavorful the next day!

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  11. Mmm, this is making me hungry just thinking about it... lasagna!

    evitawylie at hotmail dot com

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  12. Soup! I love soup leftovers.

    And by the way I DID have an amazing culinary weekend. I was in Chicago!! :) I love your city by the way!

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  13. Chili is always better the next day!

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  14. My mom's chicken noodle soup. So much better the next day!

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  15. What a great giveaway my answer HAS to be chili... Oooh or baked potatoes cold the next morning

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  16. spaghetti or chili..mmm soo good the day after

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  17. MAC AND CHEESEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!! With added cheese. I used to make my mom make it for me. Then not eat it until the next day.

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  18. Pulled Pork Sandwiches seem to taste better the next day.

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  19. definitely chili. My curry chicken is also great the next day.

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  20. Meatloaf! And gosh this post at lunchtime is making me hungry!

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  21. Like many others, Chili or Chicken Noodle Soup!

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  22. I would have to say chili (& other soups) as well as my mom's yummy 7 layer salad!!!! :-)

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  23. I love lasagna the next day. Especially because its usually for lunch (at work) and way better then boring sandwich!

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  24. Oh these are awesome! I've never tried them, but I've heard good things.

    I have to admit, lasagna is always better when it's eaten as a leftover :)

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  25. I enjoy beef stew the next day, after the flavors have had time to develop.

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  26. I would have to say chili - I am not huge leftover fan, but Chili the next day is better!

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  27. Any type of stir-fry/rice dish... the rice is so much tastier a day later!

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  28. Lasgna I actully just finished a piece for lunch!

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  29. Any sort of soup, they taste so much better after they have sat in the fridge overnight.

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  30. Most pasta dishes. Especially spaghetti.

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  31. I agree with chili - great leftovers!

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  32. I am a fan of leftover chili. The flavors need a day to meld with each other.

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  33. Curry! I love it the next day so much more than the first time around.

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  34. Any kind of pasta is fantastic as leftovers...what comes to mind for me is cheese ravioli! Its delicious!

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  35. I love leftover spaghetti pie, yum!

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  36. Thanksgiving leftovers are so good the next day...keeps the holiday going! Spaghetti as an every day meal would be my other vote.

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  37. Potato salad or anything made with pasta: lasagna, spaghetti, even pasta salad!

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  38. I think marinated salads--like beet salad--are always better the next day!

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  39. Most definitely Thanksgiving turkey for its usefulness in quesadillas, soups, sandwiches, pastas and stir-fries.

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  40. Soup and Chili are way better the next day in my opinion.
    Sarah
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  41. It's a tough call between soup & chili...

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  42. Homemade salsa and most casseroles are ALWAYS better the next day!!!

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  43. Sausage gravy......the flavors get so much better the next day.

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  44. I love leftover turkey! The cold turkey sandwich is so good....ummm.

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  45. Taco soup, it tastes so much better the next day.

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  46. I can't think of any dish I like better the next day. hmmm...Maybe meatloaf?

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  47. Definitely turkey chili and really all homemade soups!

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  48. Asian noodles and funky chicken. It is amazing when you let the noodles sit for a day or two in the sauce. YUM now I want to make some!

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  49. I'm going to agree with most everyone else and say soup! Mmmm!

    -Amy
    www.singforyoursupperblog.com

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  50. Lasagna is ALWAYS better the next day!

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  51. Chili, and pizza! Yum! Always better the second day!

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  52. Lasagna - Love it so much the next day.

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  53. Fried chicken. I like it better cold.

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  54. Pot roast with mashed potatoes. Mmmmm! Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance :)

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  55. Well, I agree with several other people here. Chili tastes better the second day!

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  56. Don't know why, but I love left over Fried Chicken. It can be eaten either warm or cold.

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  57. The ONLY leftover I will eat is chili. Hands down. Thanks for another giveaway!

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  58. I love Mac & Cheese better the next day...cold. Weird I know, but I've always loved it!!

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  59. When I was little I used to love to eat cold left over Kraft mac and cheese. Now I think it's disgusting.

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  60. I love pizza cold. For some reason, it just doesn't taste as good as it fresh from the oven or delivery guy!

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  61. Salmon chowder. The flavors have blended much more by the second day, making it even more delicious!

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  62. Soup makes great leftovers, so does homemade bolognese sauce!

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  63. Chili is always better the next day, always!

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  64. My dad's homemade chili! So delicious the first day, but amazingly even better the second and the third and the fourth....

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  65. Spaghetti! They flavor really meld together well after setting over night! Yum, I could go for some spaghetti right now!

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  66. I love, love, love taco soup the next day. By then it's more like a stew b/c all the juice has been sucked up by the other ingredients. Yum!!

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  67. My favorite leftover is macaroni and cheese, when I was younger I didn't even like it fresh, I only ate it as a leftover.

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  68. I LOOOOOOVE shepard's pie (some people call it Chinese pie) the nest day! Always tastes better and not sure why! YUM!

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  69. My veggie lasagna, it always tastes better the next day!

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  70. My Tom Yum soup - totally amazing!

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  71. I would say most soups/stews but especially Chili!

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  72. Thanksgiving leftovers are the best! Especially our homemade stuffing.

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  73. Mmmm, sloppy joe's are definitely better the next day. YUM!

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  74. Pasta salad! My friend gave me a recipe with a ranch/sour cream dressing that just blends together beautifully in the refrigerator over night.

    And gumbo :)

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  75. Chili. It definitely gets better with age!

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  76. Definitely gumbo! It is always better the next day.

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  77. My favorite is Taco Soup. Yummy!!

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  78. Pizza is probably the only thing I like the next day. Maybe if I had some cute storage containers I might start enjoying leftovers more.

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  79. Chicken adobo...always yummier the day after.

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  80. Spaghetti or lasanga!!

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  81. Don't laugh but the answer is chocolate chip cookies. I discovered recently, that they are chewier the day after baking.

    I bet you did not expect that answer.

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  82. Pizza, but I don't like it cold.. I like it reheated til it's crispy in the oven!

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  83. There's so many to choose from I'll be general and I love eating leftover casseroles the next day.

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  84. Elise H.

    definitely chili! it's always better the next day.

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  85. Chicken Noodle Soup - love it the next day!

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  86. Filipino Adobo! I think it's actually best eaten the day after it's made. Mmm... now I have to go make some.

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  87. I love leftover soup or chili!

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  88. most anything with pasta! I love how it absorbs all the flavors, spices and sauce. Mmmm, so delicious!

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  89. Chili and any kind of soup. The flavors are just so much better. I try to make these things a day in advance for that very reason.

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  90. Definitely Lasagna, chili and chicken tikka masala

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  91. Definately chili-a night in the fridge helps all the flavors strengthen and come together!

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  92. Soup, is always better the next day.

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  93. I agree with chili. However, the BBQ my husband makes is great the next day too!

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  94. Meatloaf. It's just always better the next day!

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  95. My favorites are Lasagna, pizza, and chili....always better the next day.

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  96. There's not much that isn't better the next day! Some things need to be eaten fresh -- souffles, many salads, most sandwiches -- but "leftovers" is unfairly pejorative.

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  97. oooh, i love lock & lock containers! i always prefer my chili, and my chicken and biscuits the next day.

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  98. All soups seem to be better the next day!

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  99. I would really like to win some lock & locks, those things are amazing.

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  100. Ham/tater tot/broccoli casserole...it's wooonderful when fresh and hot, but HEAVENLY the next day...leftovers are often fought over!

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  101. Gumbo or Red Beans and Rice!! Soooo Gooooood!!

    mastermy at yahoo dot com

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  102. Definitely chili! I don't even eat it the day I make it!!

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  103. I like a cold meat loaf sandwich with ketchup even more than the hot meat loaf for dinner.

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  104. Chili and Greek Moussaka! I think I like the next day even better than when it is fresh! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  105. Either my meatball sub casserole or my slow cooker chicken and dumplings. Both are great meals the first time around but they're also fabulous the next day for lunch :)

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  106. Spaghetti is the best the next day!
    [email protected]

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  107. Really chilli is always better next day.


    Thanks,
    Portable Storage,
    www.moveablecubicle.com

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  108. definitely soup. AND chicken curry!

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  109. Definitely homeade spaghetti. I've even been known to put it in the George Foreman the next day as a sandwich with cheese :)

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  110. Any type of soup, chili or beans. Speaking of beans, I made lentils last night and I cannot wait for lunch today!

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  111. I have a cabbage salad that is great the next day; it gives the flavors time to really mingle.

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  112. Without a doubt pasta salad. The longer it sits in the dressing the better the flavor!

    I just have to say I love this giveaway! Thank you so much for offering it!!!

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  113. Homemade salsa. It just gets spicier!

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  114. My favorite next day leftover is mashed potato. I love to make potato pancakes ou of it.

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  115. My favorite would have to be meatballs the next day!

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