Win a trip to the GE Momsperience with me

Back in January I had the pleasure of spending some time in the GE Appliances suite at Blissdom where they pampered us between learning sessions and showed us some pretty cool new products that left me with appliance envy.  I haven’t felt the same about my washer and dryer since. 

Recently, I received an email from one of those awesome ladies, Megan, inviting me AND ONE OF YOU on the GE Momsperience! 

What is it?  Well, she used the word luxurious several times, which is a great start.  More specifically, it’s 2 nights and 3 days at the GE Monogram Experience Center in Louisville, Kentucky where we’ll participate in sessions around “Biggest challenges in the kitchen?” and “Entertaining made simple.”  Plus, we’ll enjoy some Louisville hot spots (this is where the word luxurious was mentioned again!) 

GE Appliances will cover airfare (or mileage if you’re driving), hotel, meals and ground transportation in Louisville.  They have a concierge who will make all of the travel arrangements for our  Sunday, May 15 arrival and Tuesday, May 17 departure.

I don’t know about you, but I have a love/hate relationship with my kitchen.  I love to cook and entertain, but my challenge is finding my way out of the kitchen to spend more time enjoying the family and friends I’m cooking for.  It seems like when I’m not fixing a meal or snack for my hungry little dudes I’m cleaning up from a meal or snack.  The dishwasher is always full and when it’s not the sink is.  It’s a never ending cycle because, hey, we all have to eat.  If a self-cleaning kitchen existed, I would find a way to have it.   

What’s your biggest kitchen challenge?  Share it and you could join me on the GE Momsperience trip in just 5 weeks!

 Here’s how to enter.

1.  Leave a comment here telling me your biggest challenge in the kitchen.

2. Like Broccoli Cupcake on Facebook and leave a comment here telling me you did it (or that you already do).

3.  Tweet ”I want to go on the GE Momsperience with @broccolicupcake! http://bit.ly/i5xqxm” and leave a comment here letting me know you did it.

I will randomly choose a winner next Monday, April 18. 

If you’d like to read more about the GE Monogram Experience Center, check out the blog of the GE Monogram Experience Chefs, Joe Castro and Brian Logsdon.  It’s called All in Good Food.  You can also visit Kelly’s Kitchen Sync for a summary of her recent visit.

I’m off to clean the kitchen.  Hope to see you in Louisville!

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  1. My biggest challenge is keeping up with all the pieces and making sure they all get clean. Blades on the blender and food processor,lids, juicer parts, and all the pieces that go w my kitchen aid mixer. It makes clean up take longer and sometimes I cant find a piece to even start ;)

  2. Heather Bryan says:

    I love to cook and entertain…..my biggest challenge is making a meal that allows me to also be a good hostess. So often I feel like I am stuck in the kitchen and not making sure my guests are well taken care of. When it comes to food I tend to be a perfectionist and I want to make a good impression.

  3. I liked you on FB

  4. I tweeted.

  5. My biggest challenge is trying to teach myself to cook well – and efficiently – with two small kids underfoot. I really only knew how to cook basics before they arrived, so trying to learn how to make healthy foods for them without destroying the entire kitchen (or ourselves) is sometimes more than a little stressful!

  6. Liked you on FB (Tracy Jensen May)

  7. Already follow you on twitter!

  8. …And tweeted.

  9. Staying organized and mess free while I cook. I tend to make a complete mess of the kitchen when I cook and I get a bit overwhelmed.

  10. My biggest challenge is cleaning while cooking and staying organized. Most times after a great meal my kitchen is a disaster! I’m a messy cook.

  11. Cami Grissom says:

    My biggest challenge for now is that my oven is only working from time to time or we have to reach on top and jiggle a wire. It’s also cooking unevenly now. Ugh. Most of the time my biggest challenge is organization in my kitchen – not lots of room!

  12. Cami Grissom says:

    I like you on FB! :)

  13. My biggest challenge is creating new vegan recipes and adapting old-fashioned recipes into a more healthy, vegan version without sacrificing flavor and taste. It is a challenge, but rewarding when I succeed!
    Oh and I liked you on facebook :)

  14. Brand new subscriber, here (thanks to Blonde Mom Blog, who told me about you!).

    My biggest problem is very similar to yours…keeping the kitchen clean (or if I’m going to be really honest, just keeping it “not disgusting”). This is the problem…when you USE your kitchen, it gets dirty. I think our dishwasher is a bit on the small side, because we, as a family of 3, run a load every single day and that’s not counting our pots and pans. UGH!

  15. just liked you on facebook!

  16. My biggest challenge is keeping meals new and interesting for my family. It seems that we always eat the same things, and when we try new meals, no one cares for them. But… we’re getting tired of the same old thing!

    And– cleaning, of course. It is hard to keep all the dishes done up, appliances clean, and the kitchen sparkling :) But, I sure do like it when it is!!

  17. I like you on Facebook- Desiree Glaze (Wee Share)

  18. I like you on Facebook!

  19. I want to go! So glad I saw your tweet! It’s been crazy around here! My biggest challenge in the kitchen is my deep desire for expensive appliances I can’t afford! I so want a Vitamix and a Bouch Mixer!

  20. I like BC on facebook!

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