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26 November 2015

Christmas Gift Giveaway #26 - WIN a Wooden Kitchen

Whether your budding chefs are hoping to rustle up a family feast or prepare a picnic for their bears, this beautiful wooden kitchen from George is great for imaginative play!




This deluxe kitchen has an oven, cupboard, drawer, sink with tap, 4 hobs, microwave and a window complete with gingham curtain. There is a clock with movable hands, 4 utensils and 3 dials on the cooker which click when turned. The top can also be used as a shelf to store little pots and pans which is handy. Little ones will adore this set and I would definitely recommend it, especially at just £40!

It's suitable for children aged 3+ and it is painted (child safe) in red and blue with cherry detailing for a vintage style finish. It also means that it's unisex and both boys and girls will be happy to get cooking with this. It coordinates with the rest of the products in the range so if you want to purchase further accessories they will all match nicely.

There are lovely tea and cooking sets available for lots of role play.





Made from a combination of wood and MDF it is a really strong toy and it's certainly going to last if passed down to siblings over the years. There is something about wooden products that I really like, they just seem to be far better quality than plastic alternatives and this kitchen is proof of that. 
It's quite heavy in weight as well which makes it stable.

Assembly only took the Mr 20 minutes and he found the instructions easy to follow - there is a video tutorial on how to put it together on the website though which is really useful too! Once constructed it measures 89 x 60 x 30cm in size so although it's perfectly proportional for pre-schoolers, it should be relatively easy to find a corner to place it out of the way when required also. 






You can purchase your kitchen from George at Asda.




For your chance to win a Deluxe Wooden Kitchen you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 12th December 2015. 

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.


Good luck!






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211 comments

  1. I love cooking beef stew with dumplings.

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  2. spaghetti bolognaise!

    AShleigh

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  3. sharon martin27/11/2015, 22:15

    Sunday Roast

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  4. I love to cook a big stew and serve with yorkshire puddings

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  5. Lynsey Buchanan27/11/2015, 22:53

    Chicken Tikka Masala

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  6. Roast chicken on top of all the vegetables (Onion, carrots, sweet potato, potato) with stuffing and gravy

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  7. A traditional Sunday roast!

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  8. Layla Thomas28/11/2015, 09:09

    Pork tenderloin wrapped in bacon with a chutney/mustard glaze.

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  9. i love to make allotment burgers with all the things i have grown in the garden

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  10. Has to be homemade vegetable soup which is perfect for these cold days and evenings

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  11. Maria Rogers28/11/2015, 11:00

    good old fashioned roast!

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  12. stir fry :) I can get creative and use up leftovers as well as make it into whatever I feel like - so many options!

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  13. I love cooking a big family roast dinner

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  14. Beef stew with dumplings is always amazing on a cold night.

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  15. I love making macaroni cheese

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  16. I love making a cottage pie with lots of veg inside and cheesy mash on top!

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  17. For ease Spag Bol but for taste it has to be beef stew!

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  18. beef casserole with dumplings

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  19. love making home made pizza's with my 4 children :)

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  20. Chicken and vegetable pie

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  21. I love making pasta bakes with vegetables.

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  22. Paneer and mix vegetable curry and parathas

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  23. Spag bol - Nice and easy and tastes great

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  24. Spaghetti Bolognese is my favourite.

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  25. A roast dinner with all the trimmings.

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  26. Spaghetti Bolganasie from scratch yummy!!!

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  27. I love making chicken mushrooms and white wine sauce with rice and home made chips! We have that on our treat night, I love the smell yum!

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  28. Sunday Roast (john Jackson)

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  29. I like doing a Thai green curry.

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  30. Roast Beef and Yorkshire Puddings

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  31. Anything when I am cooking with the kids as we have lots of fun - especially home made pizza

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  32. Chicken Madras

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  33. Vegetables- that is all my son asks for...I hope it lasts!

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  34. I love making lasagne from scratch :)

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  35. I've seen the new wooden toys at Asda several times it's nice to see a review of them. I'm considering buying some for my niece.
    I love to make nachos and vegetarian burritos.

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  36. anything easy - beans on toast!

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  37. Marc Chivers28/11/2015, 20:05

    Stir Fry

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  38. roast dinner, there is nothing better than a sunday roast!

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  39. A Sunday roast.

    Kelly Glen

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  40. Felicity kelly28/11/2015, 20:40

    Really love to cook chilli,healthy easy and tasty

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  41. Not exactly healthy but warm comfort food - corn beef hash with crisps & cheese on top

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  42. has to be pizza - leanne w

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  43. Butternut squash and spinach curry

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  44. Either curry or pasta dishes, although have been doing lots of shepherds pies and casseroles now the weather is getting darker and colder at night, proper comfort food.

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  45. Vegetable stir fry. Quick, colourful, healthy and delicious.

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  46. A roast with all the trimmings

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  47. Thai Green Chicken Curry!!!!!

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  48. Dawn Thompson28/11/2015, 22:10

    Chilli!

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  49. Mexican! Enchiladas are a hit.

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  50. I don't particularly like cooking but my family's favourite is lasagne

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  51. i love makin g a homemade shepards pie.

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  52. Chorizo and chick pea stew.x

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  53. Bangers and Mash my children love it :) x

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  54. Macaroni cheese because my daughter loves it.

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  55. Roast dinner with Yorkshire puddings

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  56. Spag Bol because its quick, easy and the kids love it!

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  57. A beef Sunday roast, followed by a crumble.

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  58. Love cooking Lobscaws which is a Welsh Stew

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  59. Stir fry, it's so quick and easy and you can add almost anything :)

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  60. I love making pies and inventing different fillings.

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  61. Macaroni cheese is my speciality, my kids especially like it when i burn it slightly

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  62. Yorkshire puds with sausage and gravy

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  63. Potato and Paneer curry! We like to put on some great music and do all the cooking together! This is what we're having for Christmas dinner!

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  64. Cottage pie because it's simple and real comfort food :)

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  65. A roast dinner with all the works

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  66. I make a mean lasagne

    Cat Culmer

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  67. IRENE BOLTON29/11/2015, 12:36

    Macaroni cheese with chorizo, tomato, and mushrooms

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  68. I love cooking curries :) Cool kitchen, thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  69. Beef stew and dumplings

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  70. A nice hot curry. With my special rice!!!!

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  71. A nice hot curry. With my special rice!!!!

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  72. really loving morrocan cooking at the moment- so any tagine with couscous!

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  73. At the moment, i'm making a lot of tacos (The stand and stuff variety).

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  74. I like cooking a variety of rice based dishes.

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  75. vegetable stew with dumplings!

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  76. Robbie Stewart29/11/2015, 17:30

    A roast

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  77. Couscous with lamb and vegetables

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  78. alison green29/11/2015, 19:09

    love to cook a sunday roast as ev1 loves it

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  79. Tanya Camilleri29/11/2015, 19:37

    I love cooking bacon and lentil soup. whole family love it

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  80. I love cooking a roast!

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  81. Samantha Wheeler29/11/2015, 21:39

    Lasagne!

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  82. Microwave tomato and cheese risotto

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  83. Bean & Lentil Stew with lots of veggie suet dumplings and pickled cabbage topping. The Beans and the veggies depend on what I have stored or glut of. Very tasty and comforting.

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  84. a chicken roast, its one of the things every member of the family like, so no making 2/3 different meals.

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  85. Definitely a sunday roast.

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  86. I love to cook risotto. I find the way the rice swells as you add each little bit of liquid quite satisfying for some strange reason (and I love the taste as well).

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  87. I love making a roast with homemade Yorkshire Puddings and all the trimmings

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  88. fish pie, quick simple and delicious

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  89. Cottage pie, never any left in this house. lol

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  90. You gave TheMiniMes AndMe +K about Baking

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  91. I love cooking Steak with salad and Sweet potato chips, yummy! :)

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  92. a sunday roast x

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  93. I love cooking beef stew and home made dumplings yummy x

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  94. Claire Elizabeth Noke03/12/2015, 23:59

    chicken lasagna :)

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  95. If I have the time and the ingredients I'm always trying to perfect the traditional Sunday Roast with my own Yorkshire Puds

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  96. A Roast Chicken dinner, especially at this time of year x

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  97. Chilli because I get to experiment with new things, our last one was beetroot chopped up in it and the boys loved it.

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  98. Quorn Shepherd's Pie - real comfort food and healthy too!

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  99. Shepherds pie. Mainly because it's the one meal that everyone in the house actually likes and eats haha

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  100. Spaghetti Bolognese in the slow cooker xx

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  101. Homemade meatballs with spaghetti and garlic bread

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  102. curry, its easy and can be mild for kids then bits added to make hotter for adults

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  103. lasagne mainly as its one of the few things everyone eats

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  104. A roast dinner, and it's my favourite to eat as well!

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  105. sausage and mash @kathvbtn

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  106. good old home made lasagne with garlic bread and a lovely salad.. yum <3

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  107. Mexican food, Enchiladas, refried beans, Mexican rice

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  108. Chicken fajitas!! so easy to make! ��

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  109. Beef in red wine and cranberry sauce. Delicious, quick to throw together and cooks away in the slow cooker ready for us getting home.

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  110. paella - chock full of seafood!

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  111. Rachael Pilkington11/12/2015, 18:27

    I really like cooking stir fries and experimenting with ingredients and flavours

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  112. Lasguane :)

    @oneisjamie

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  113. Kelly Hooper11/12/2015, 20:47

    Roast dinner

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  114. Spag Bol - Always clean plates when I cook this!

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  115. Cottage Pie as the whole family love it

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  116. Rebecca miller12/12/2015, 09:26

    Ooh a Sunday roast. Don't enjoy cleaning up after though!

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  117. A Jamie Oliver pasta dish with loads of fresh mozzarella on top. Yum!!

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  118. Pork steaks in pepper sauce and roast potatoes

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  119. I love cooking a Sunday Roast x

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  120. nachos, fun to make and very tasty

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  121. Moroccan spicy stew and my little ones love it to :)

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  122. Jodie Darnley12/12/2015, 17:02

    A traditional Roast Dinner

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  123. Hmm! I love cooking Lasagne! I love it when my hubby cooks a Chicken Korma though. That is delicious (not going to lie, he is a much better cook than me) I am only really allowed to be in control when it is Lasagne. Hahaha xx

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  124. Chilli con carni and my little girl loves my recipe or if my Son is due home from Force..then a big bad banging Roast Dinner :-)

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  125. Anything such as beef stew in my slow cooker.

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