Touched by Generosity “Spice Up the Holidays” Week 4- The Winners!

This is the Life! The results of the Captain Morgan “Spice Up the Holidays” Challenge are in, but the rules got changed up a bit to the benefit of each bloggers’ Charity. You see originally, the winner’s charity would receive $1000 if she won the overall competition, but someone, someone very generous changed the rules and stated that each participant’s charity will receive $250 for her participation along with the winner’s Charity still getting $1000. I was thrilled! My charity still won! Wonderful news and I am grateful that the Wounded Warrior Project will receive well needed funds.

Drum Roll Please…
Best Cocktail- The Realistic Nutritionist’s Boozy Nutella Egg Nog
Best Appetizer- What’s Cooking Chicago’s Stuffed Clams with Mango Rum Salsa
Best Dessert- Foodie With Family’s Banana Churros with Butter Rum Caramel
Most Creative Party- Captain Morgan Hanukkah Party – What’s For Dinner?
Grand Prize Winner- Baked Bree for nailing every single recipe!

Pop over and see what all these ladies cooked up. Wow! Such creativity and deliciousness abounds. To see my recipes, click here.

What a fun project, but the best was having my home filled with my closet friends to celebrate Christmas with me, and that my friends is the best way to “Spice Up the Holidays!”

Don’t forget to consider gifting a charity at this time of year. It is the Season to give.

Thank you Captain Morgan!


  1. Dad
    Posted December 17, 2012 at 2:53 PM | Permalink

    You didn’t win this one, but you are still a winner. I can’t wait to try the RUMakies, or what’re you call them.

  2. Posted December 17, 2012 at 3:44 PM | Permalink

    Going to take a look at everyone’s recipes… what a fun contest!

  3. Posted December 17, 2012 at 11:25 PM | Permalink

    that is awesome that your charity still got ca$h!!! great job!

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