Breville All-in-One #Giveaway

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We have a small kitchen, a much to small kitchen for everything that happens there!

Since my husband is a Chef and owns his own catering business there is food prep happening every day in addition to our own family cooking.  When I was offered the chance to try out Breville’s new All-in-One multi purpose tool I was intrigued and excited.  The Breville All-in-One is easy to use, easy to clean and fits into a convient holder.  Very smart design + excellent functionality.

From Breville:

the All in One Anti Suction Blending allows you to keep control over your immersion blender rather than it having control over you. The Adjustable Slicing Disc has 18 thickness settings so you can customise the thickness of your slices from 0.5mm thin up to 6.0mm thick. Select the texture of your mash with the Variable Mashing Leg, simply twist the adjustable head for fine, medium or coarse mashing texture. Cut through tasks in half the time using the S Blade without over processing.

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My favorite things about the Breville All-in-One:

– many of the parts are dishwasher safe

– the stand holds almost all of the attachments for ease of storage

– I can slice veggies in perfect slices and then grate cheese easily – perfect for summer salads

– it has all of the attachments I could ever need for easy food preparation.

– the wonderful recipes in the Instruction Booklet

– the comfort and ease of use in the control grip handle

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No need to chop these ingredients for salsa – just blend!

The day the Breville arrived, my husband had it out of the box cleaned and in use to make a fresh salsa.  He loved it!  The Breville All-in-One is like a Swiss Army Knife equivalent of a kitchen tool.  It has everything we need in one convient unit.  Perfect for a busy family looking for efficiency.

Breville All-in-One Giveaway

One lucky Family Food and Travel reader will win one of these fantastic appliances with a MSRP $229.99.


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Entry #3092Beth R.


  1. I would make lasagna – chop the veggies, shred the cheese…. yummy!!

  2. Anne Taylor says:

    I would make a fresh basil pasta with lots of garlic and pine nuts!

  3. I would make potato and bacon soup.

  4. Darlene Schuller says:

    For sure a salad. We are huge salad fans here, almost nightly! I can’t begin to imagine the time & effort & space this dream machine could/would provide me.

  5. Vunda V says:

    i would like to make a salsa!

    • Nancy A. says:

      I would grate carrots for a carrot cake. My husband loves that cake, but I never want to do all those carrots!

  6. I would make Cream of Broccoli Soup
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  7. I’d try to do the potato puree or mash. My wrists hurt when I use them to do to much repetitive movement that requires pressure. so making mashed potatoes using this would probably save me grief lol.
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  8. Nancy A. says:

    Love all your newsletters and learn something new each time I read them!!!

  9. Heidi C. says:

    I would definitely make my potato and onion packets for the BBQ!

  10. Soup

  11. Jennifer L. says:

    I’d make gazpacho.

  12. Get it out of the package and try it!! But seriously I think I’d do a soup with vegetables :)

  13. thick vegetable soup – chopping the vegetables would be so much easier

  14. angela m says:

    I would make some salsa

  15. Margot C says:

    Hummus, it’s just one of those things that you have to have a machine to make

  16. I would make a fruit smoothie.

  17. sarah sar says:

    i’ll use it to make homemade dips!

  18. I would make a pesto for pasta.

  19. Nicole B says:

    salsa probably

  20. Julie G. says:

    Salsa for sure – I should have lots of tomatoes this summer!

  21. Julie G. says:

    I also commented on the Greek Isles post in the travel section.

  22. First thing I would make is pesto!
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  23. stacey dempsey says:

    I would make a yummy ceasar salad dressing and homemade spagehetti sauce

  24. Katrina Brady says:

    I love soup so that’s what I would make

  25. Carol S. says:

    French Onion Soup as it would be great not to have to hand slice all of those onions! No more tears!

  26. I would make carrot cake

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  27. First thing I’d make is a set of dips, I love my veggie dips.

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  28. Valerie Barkley says:

    I would make salsa and dips!!

  29. Valerie Barkley says:

    I would make salsa and dips!!

  30. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    a veggie soup

  31. guacamole and salsa

  32. i love making chopped veggie plates and chicken salad

  33. Nathania H says:

    soup or stew!. or a pasta sauce!

  34. ginette4 says:

    I would make some chips with the slicing blade, home fries are so good but I hate all the slicing

  35. Tricia Cooper says:

    The first thing I would make when I won the Breville All-in-One would be some dips to share!

  36. Cookies

  37. Wanda Jean says:

    I would make my own version of V8 juice:

  38. Wayne Lecoy says:

    Please enter me in your giveaway.
    In response to your question of What would be the first thing you’d make if you won the Breville All-in-One?
    I would make salsa.
    Thank you for having this great giveaway!!!!!!!!!

  39. Jasen H says:

    The first thing I’d make is Parmesan Tomato Soup

  40. lisa bolduc says:

    some homemade apple sauce

  41. fresh plum sauce from the trees in my yard

  42. Carol Denny says:


  43. I’d make coleslaw

  44. Butternut squash soup.

  45. Guacamole is the first thing I would make.

  46. Debra Guillen says:

    loaded potatoe soup..yum!

  47. Surso S. says:

    some kinda veggie juice maybe? or maybe some pasta sauce

  48. I’d make super coleslaw!!

  49. some kind of nut pate. So good to dip carrots in, thanks!

  50. Sydney D says:

    Maybe ratatouille.

  51. ChristineB says:


  52. I’d make 4 cheese mac and cheese

  53. Angela Mitchell says:

    We are in baby food mode right now so probably baby food and then some salsa later in the summer.

  54. Suzanne G says:

    I would make bruschetta first of all

  55. Sandi Tymchuk says:

    I would shred some cheese.

  56. Bailey Dexter says:

    I would love to make a choc cake with whipped cream

  57. melacat says:


  58. Beth Rosell says:

    I’d make homemade salsa

  59. Karine lefebvre says:

    I’ll try all types of salads ! Mmhh

  60. Debbie Petch says:

    I would make a great vegetable sauce!

  61. Debbie Petch says:

    I commented on the healthy breakfast bars!

  62. nikki robak says:


  63. ruby bb says:

    wut a great excuse to cook more often and healthier

  64. I would make vegan lasagna. Yummy!

  65. Would love to win this… would be so great and so handy.

  66. Julie bolduc says:

    I would make coleslaw

  67. Maegan Morin says:

    I would use it to make a yummy summer BBQ sauce!

  68. nikki robak says:

    I commented on Greek Cuisiune

  69. Carol Oddy says:

    The first thing I would make if I won is a casserole.

  70. Carol Oddy says:

    Commented also on the wonerful food Wenesday #41. Thanks for the contest!

  71. Kevin B says:

    I would make ricotta and spinach filling for my favorite lasagna recipe

  72. charityk says:

    baby food

  73. Leanne Cobbledick says:

    I would make salsa!

  74. I would make fresh basil from the herbs in my garden

  75. Suzie M says:

    I would make pesto

  76. Broccoli soup
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  77. Guacamole or Salsa!
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  78. Elizabeth K says:

    I think I would make a pesto sauce and a salsa sauce as well

  79. michelle says:

    I would make daddies beefy stew – its so good

  80. Mayonnaise!

  81. William Mills says:

    July 12, 2013 at 8:05 pm

  82. eleanor says:

    I’d like to make salsa or hummus.

  83. Pesto or salsa

  84. Carole B. says:

    a pesto and a veggies salad

  85. Valerie Gibson says:

    The first thing I wouild make is a green goddess dressing.

  86. smoothies. thanks

  87. some kind of fruit juice.

  88. Wanda Bergman says:

    The first thing I would make is pie pastry.

  89. I would probably make some salsa

  90. Hummus!

  91. Carrot ginger soup. Would so love this!

  92. Mike Gismondi says:


  93. Viv Sluys says:

    The first think I would make would be fruit salsa

  94. Lindsay Cyr says:

    I would like to try making Hummus to dip our veggies in.

  95. I would make hummus!!

  96. Lunch!

  97. Holly Messana says:

    I would make some salsa

  98. Andrew P says:

    First thing I would make is some homemade salsa

  99. Carol M says:


  100. Salsa or dips.

  101. Debbie F says:

    I would make a guacamole

  102. Ooh yum! Homemade salsa sounds *amazing* – we tend to eat quite a bit of it here. It’d be nice to use our garden’s veggies for a truly fresh dip. :)
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  103. Melissa Avey says:

    pesto :)

  104. I think I’d make some homemade soup first.

  105. andrea amy says:


  106. Ivan Plumridge says:

    I’d be busy making coleslaw.

  107. I’d shred a big block of cheese

  108. Judy Cowan says:

    I would make vegetable soup and a salad

  109. Vegetable soup and salad

  110. charlotte oxenholm says:

    A smoothie …of course

  111. Jeannette Laframboise says:

    I would make creamed soups. I love them but they can be a bit of a pain to make but this all in one would make it easy. Thanks for the chance to win!

  112. salsa with lots of spices

  113. with canning season around the corner, i sure could make good use of the machine. i.e. jams. borscht, pickles, etc. (anything that needs slicing) i have carpel tunnel in my right hand and find it very difficult to do the job.

  114. Jennifer Abbott says:

    I would make a guacamole dip and salsa sauce.

  115. The thing I would make is my homemade guacamole. Yum

  116. Pamalot says:

    i would probably make a guacamole or salsa dip

  117. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d make salsa!

  118. Belinda McNabb says:

    I would chop up some onions for my homemade pasta sauce

  119. would use it to make salsa. Just have to wait for the tomatoes to ripen.

  120. I would probably christen it with hummus but would be anxious to try pesto and salsa as well.

  121. Tanya C says:

    I would make coleslaw! Lots of chopping!

  122. Christina Murray says:

    apple pie!

  123. KittyPride says:

    I would grate lots of mozzarella cheese for lasagna!

  124. Marilyn B. says:

    I would like to make homemade salsa … Yum!

  125. I would make salsa and then hummus!

  126. Suzanne Smith says:

    I would make a pesto base for a sauce.

  127. elaine bolduc says:

    scallop potatos

  128. Harvinderks says:

    I would make a either chocolate or carrot cake!

  129. Lori Bazan says:

    Salsa because I have so many tomatoes from the garden….split pea soup with ham would also be on my first to make list!

  130. blessedta says:


  131. Margaret Martello says:

    I would make a delicious fresh beet salad.

  132. Salsa verde like you with a dash of jalapeño. Yum!
    Thanks for hosting.

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  133. Corry VanHooft says:

    I would shred my own cheese for pizza

  134. lori butler says:

    salsa :)

  135. I’d love to make some mango salsa!

  136. Counter space not enough so an all-in-one is welcome!

  137. mrdisco says:

    pizza dough!

  138. Carolyn Flanagan says:

    fresh salsa and guacamole

  139. Elizabeth K says:

    I’d make a creamy cole slaw

  140. I’d make my famous mango and peach salsa!

  141. Beth Gallinger says:

    I would make cream of broccoli soup.

  142. Anu Chopra says:


  143. Morgan Farris says:

    fresh salsa

  144. Anything I want!

  145. Sabrina T says:

    I’ve never made pesto before, I’d like to try that :)

  146. I would love to give this to my girlfriend… anything she cook is amazing so she would love this

  147. I would make a salsa.

  148. Salsa for sure !

  149. This would be perfect for soups! That would be my first dish :)
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  150. Baby food
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  151. I would make salsa & guacamole YUM

  152. Marlene Unruh says:

    I would make carrot/ginger/garlic soup

  153. mongupp says:

    A pavlova

  154. I would make marinara sauce

  155. Barbie Squires says:

    I would make a spicy dip.

  156. Annie B. says:

    A salsa, baby food, pasta sauce, soup!

  157. Florence C says:

    Salsa and coleslaw

  158. Carole Dube says:

    I would make Cold Slaw.

  159. I would use this to make my salsa this year!

  160. carol roberts says:

    would make salsa

  161. guacamole!
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  162. Sherry F says:

    pasta sauce

  163. Rebecca Moeller says:

    I would make guacamole and salsa

  164. Francine says:


  165. Guacamole! But the options are endless!
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  166. Alice H. says:

    Definitely spicy guacamole!

  167. Justine Otto says:

    Salsa!! yum! love fresh salsa in the summer!

  168. Adriana F says:

    I would make a smoothie!

  169. Erika E says:

    I would make hummus first.

  170. Sarah N. says:

    Guacamole. Yum

  171. Sandra S says:

    I would make pesto

  172. Lisa A. says:

    I’d make roasted red pepper hummus. :)

  173. Homemade hummus! I have always wanted to try it.
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  174. Salas and hummus
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  175. Heather A says:

    First thing I would make is homemade dog food for my 3 lb. teacup poodle.

  176. I would make hummus for a healthy snack.

  177. Gillian Morgan says:

    I would use it to mix my ingredents for twice baked potato

  178. Leanne M says:

    I would make a cheesecake

  179. Jaimee M says:

    Flippin’ salsa,

  180. Brownies!

  181. The first thing I would make would be a cheese cake. I have been craving one for weeks and this would make baking it so easy.
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  182. I would make some roasted red pepper hummus…would make it in a jiffy with this…

  183. Michelle B says:

    I’d use this to make a lemon meringue pie! Thanks for hosting!

  184. stacey h says:

    i would make some butternut squash soup

  185. I would make hummus- been mashing it by hand since my processor died 5 years ago :(
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  186. I’d make hummus! Yum!

  187. Christine says:

    I would make some salsa!

  188. I would make chili sauce…..having an excellent chopper would make the process much easier.

  189. Erin Brayshaw says:

    Salsa for sure!!, kids love it

  190. Pamela Bennett says:

    i would like to make a salsa!

  191. jodi martin says:

    Pesto, pesto, pesto!!!!

  192. Kathleen says:

    I too would use it to make fresh salsa with! Yum! And gaucamole too

  193. I delicious and nutritious fruit smoothie!

  194. Wow… I want one!!!! I have a small kitchen as well. It would be a perfect tool for all my stir fry dishes :)

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