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spoonfulofcomfort

The key to anyone’s heart (not just a man) is food. We seek comfort and nourishment in food and it’s so much fun to “break bread” with our friends and family. I had a chance to share with my family a huge jar of delicious chicken soup courtesy of a little company in Florida called A Spoonful of Comfort. It came in a box right to my door complete with dinner rolls and it came at a great time since I am in the early stages of pregnancy and I just don’t have the energy to cook!

free-gift-packagingA Spoonful of Comfort was begun back in 2007 by Marti Bowes Wymer when she was losing her dear mother to cancer. She wanted to send something – but just couldn’t find the right “something” to send. The idea of sending chicken soup – something that everyone from an ailing friend or family member to a homesick college student could find comfort in – was born.

A jar of homemade chicken soup from A Spoonful of Comfort is the perfect gift when you just don’t know what to send. It is also such a thoughtful and unique gift, it’s bound to send a little sunshine to those receiving it.

BUY IT : You can purchase your own homemade jar of chicken soup from the A Spoonful of Comfort website! You can even choose to include homemade dinner rolls or homemade oatmeal raisin cookies with your order.bread

WIN IT :  We’re giving away a 64oz  jar of chicken soup to TWO lucky readers, thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, A Spoonful of Comfort. Check out below how you can enter for a chance to win:

  • One mandatory entry – Visit www.spoonfulofcomfort.com and tell us one fact about the founder of A Spoonful of Comfort.
  • Two Additional Entries- Follow us on twitter and tweet this giveaway.  Please leave an additional comment including your twitter id and your tweet url.
  • Five Additional Entries- Read one of our Parenting Articles.  Leave a comment about it on the post and return here to leave a comment including the article’s URL.
  • Giveaway open to US shipping addresses only.
  • Giveaway ends 1st June 2010 and a winner will be picked using Random.org. We will not be emailing winners, so please make sure you subscribe to our feed or check back here for the winner announcement post.

 

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86 Responses so far.

  1. 51
    abi says:

    Dr. Stephen Rennard, a specialist in pulmonary medicine

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    richard licata says:

    RICH LICATA
    IN HER FINAL WEEKS SHE GOT A LOT OF SOUP AND STUFF FROM HER FAMILY I MISS MY MOM SO BAD ITS A NIGHTMARE

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    richard licata says:

    RICH LICATA
    I SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK

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    Katie R says:

    Her mother had 11 siblings.

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    erma says:

    A portion of sales are donated to the American Cancer Society.

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    Annemarie says:

    In her mother’s honor, it is her goal to help others with sick loved ones.

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    Rosie says:

    The founder lost her mother six weeks after Spoonful of Comfort was born.

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    Rebecca Peters says:

    Her mom never got to try her soup :(

  9. 59
    Storm says:

    A portion of all sales are donated to the American Cancer Society – a worthy cause!

  10. 60
    Robin says:

    A portion of the proceeds from your purchase of Spoonful of Comfort Chicken soup will go to The American Cancer Society.

  11. 61
    Jen says:

    Her mom passed 6 weeks after she started the company..

  12. 62
    susitravl says:

    Her mother passed away six weeks after her diagnosis with Lung Cancer.

  13. 63
    Carolsue says:

    She had two young children in school when her mother found out she had lung cancer
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  14. 64
    Carolsue says:

    I follow you on Twitter (cezovski) and I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/cezovski/status/15158886327
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    kathy pease says:

    A portion of the proceeds from your purchase of Spoonful of Comfort Chicken soup will go to The American Cancer Society – by way of
    a memorial gift to celebrate the memory of my mother, Mona Bowes. The American Cancer Society’s mission is to prevent cancer, save lives, and diminish suffering from this disease.

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    Susan Smith says:

    A portion of the proceeds from your purchase of Spoonful of Comfort Chicken soup will go to The American Cancer Society.

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    Deborah Wellenstein says:

    The founder lived in Florida, and her mother in Canada.

  19. 69
    Lily Kwan says:

    I learned that in October 2007 the founder was told his mother had been diagnosed with lung cancer.

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    susan smoaks says:

    here is her promise:
    It is my promise to make and deliver a Spoonful of Comfort to your loved ones with as much care as if I were sending it to my own mother.

  21. 71
    Becky says:

    She does this in honor of her mother, who died of Lung Cancer

  22. 72
    Helen says:

    It’s her promise to make and deliver a Spoonful of Comfort to your loved ones with as much care as if I were sending it to my own mother.

  23. 73
    Helen says:

    following you on twitter and sent tweet

    http://twitter.com/lostnwv/status/15194977352

  24. 74
    Helen says:

    following you on twitter and sent tweet

    http://twitter.com/lostnwv/status/15194977352

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    Ed Nemmers says:

    Her mother has eleven siblings!

  31. 81
    Veronica Garrett says:

    Her mother never got to try her soup. She made it her misssion to honor her mother by starting tje company to market her soup to comfort sick loved ones. garrettsambo@aol.com

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    sarah says:

    her mother had 11 siblings! wow!

  33. 83
    sarah says:

    following on twitter (sarbear3490)

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    Robyn says:

    I learned that she wanted to show her mother how much she cared, and in some way comfort her. Soup seemed to be the best way to do this.

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    Robyn says:

    Follow on twitter (Coolestmommy)

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