Thursday, 5 November 2015

Win The November (Christmas) Degustabox


Photo is of October's Degustabox

Today I have teamed up with the lovely people over at Degustabox to give away one of their 
November (Christmas) boxes. 

For those of you not familiar with Degustabox they are a food box subscription service and 
every month they select and send out an exciting range of new and limited edition products from
a range of fab foodie brands.

I am excited that I am giving you a chance to win one of their Christmas boxes as I do love this time of year! 




All entrants need to be resident in mainland UK (excluding all Isles (channel or otherwise), Northern Ireland and Scottish Highlands) and over the age of 18.

In order for the winner to receive the November box, I will need to have the winners details (delivery address, contact/ mobile phone number and email address) before the 18th of November - otherwise they will be down to receive the next box. 


198 comments:

  1. Looks great! My fave christmas food has to be cheese boards I love them! x

    Abbie | www.lilymaeadventures.com

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  2. Michaela Smith

    Great Prize!! Would love to try this out :)

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  3. We always have a black forest gateaux, with squirty cream of course x

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  4. I might be a bit odd but potato croquettes!

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  5. Roast turkey with all the trimmings

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  6. Christmas cake.

    Rachel Craig

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  7. Margaret McCormack5 November 2015 at 14:28

    spicy red pepper soup

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  8. I love sprouts!

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  9. salmon and cream cheese vol au vents

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  10. I do enjoy the fancy cheeses around Christmas :)

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  11. Mince Pies
    Claire D

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  12. Mince pies, we always eat way too many of them :D Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  13. Terry's chocolate orange

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  14. Christmas cake

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  15. Defiantly mince pies with fresh double cream! x

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  16. Stuffing

    KATHY D

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  17. Stuffing

    KATHY D

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  18. I'm a health freak but at Christmas may indulge in the occasional minuscule fragment of chocolate!

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  19. An invention of mine. Halal/Kosher Devil's on horseback




    Christmas is not complete without Devil's on horseback on the big day, and I came up with the idea of wrapping a beef sausage with vegetarian bacon for a family occasion, the taste is better than the original pork sausage wrapped with bacon. This is a must-try.

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  20. The rose flavoured turkish delight

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  21. Pigs in blankets, we do have them sometimes during the rest of the year

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  22. Pigs in blankets, we do have them sometimes during the rest of the year as well

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  23. Christmas pudding and brandy cream

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  24. We love Stollen with a boozy cream.

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  25. Christmas cake with marzipan and icing.

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  26. I love homemade gingerbread cookies!

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  27. Pigs in blankets

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  28. mince pies!
    Katherine s

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  29. Margaret Clarkson
    Christmas Pudding

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  30. I love the Christmas turkey dinner best

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  31. Boxing day cold turkey and chips.

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  32. My mother in law's homemade Christmas pudding

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  33. Chocolate Xmas pudding truffles

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  34. Do I have to pick just one? :) My homemade Christmas cake

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  35. Lancashire Bomb Cheese - only time I can justify it. Not that expensive but I will sit there with a spoon :)

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  36. Christmas pudding with homemade brandy butter.

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  37. Sprouts and tomato juice are two of my faves

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  38. Chocolate log always goes down a treat!

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  39. smoked salmon :)

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  40. Love some traditional shortbread! xx

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  41. Chocolate and Baileys, mmmmm!

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  42. Mince pies, but I eat way too many of them.

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  43. Rum truffles. They start appearing in shops after the summer holidays. I always tell myself that I will buy them early and put them away for Christmas, but it never happens!!

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  44. Warm mince pies with brandy butter

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  45. Christmas Cake with Wensleydale Cheese

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  46. Can't beat a cheeseboard with grapes and pickles!

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  47. Definitely mince pies - the more the better! :)

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  48. Absolutely love Mince pies xxx

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  49. Bubble and Squeak on boxing day

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  50. ferrero rocher! I always get some off santa if i have been good, and normally eat them all in one day like a little piggy

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  51. My dads homemade chestnut stuffing

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  52. Mince pies and lots of chocolate
    Trevor Linvell

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  53. i love me turkey butties at might with apple sauce yummy xx Sharon L Johnson

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  54. love trifle but only really make it at crimbo

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  55. Pigs in blankets, we only have them at christmas so they're my fave treat x

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  56. Stollen - I love marzipan! @jaizduck

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  57. Christmas pudding and brandy butter!

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  58. I love making Turkey, Brie and Cranberry Sandwiches with the leftovers (they look proper posh too so great when we are hosting boxing night)

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  59. Mince pies - I can't avoid them :-) x

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  60. Mince pies as it's the only time each year I eat them

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  61. After eight mints

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  62. Anything with marzipan.....love it.

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  63. I do love a nice bit of hot Christmas pudding with custard! yum! (@PeanutHog)

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  64. Stollen - well the marzipan in stollen! And those cocktail cherries that you put in drinks :)

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  65. I love to make a nice Christmas Yule Log with lovely delish chocolate butter cream and a little robin sat on top, I think thats my fav as I only eat it at Christmas time!

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  66. I hve to say the good ole Christmas mince pie and cream is my most loved

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  67. Stilton and Pork Pie on a Christmas night :-)

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  68. Michelle Phillips11 November 2015 at 13:12

    Gingerbread and shortbread

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  69. It has to be homemade mince pies, as soon as they are cool enough to eat, straight out of the oven!

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  70. I love stuffing

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  71. Every Christmas Eve my Mum makes Peppermint ice cream from white & red striped canes (the ones with green in will not do!) This is the only time we have homemade ice cream, and the taste takes me back to Christmases past.

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  72. I love pork pies or anything savory.

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  73. Stollen – marzipan and nut heaven in a cake!

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  74. I love Christmas pudding, I'm the one buying them cheap after Xmas so I can eat them into new year!

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  75. I love Christmas dinner. Love sprouts.

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  76. Oh what isn't my fave at Christmas, i eat everything, haha, I loveeee stollen though and german ginger biscuits nom nom nom x

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  77. Homemade mince pies with a big dollop of brandy butter or brandy cream :)

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  78. Roast turkey with bread sauce and mice pies with cream

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  79. I love chocolatey christmas pudding with some chantilly cream

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  80. Mince Pie with Brandy Butter

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  81. I love stollen! Going to try and make it instead of buying this year :)

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  82. Steak Pie
    G. Williamson

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