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Happy Friday everyone! It is March and we have so much to celebrate! Spring is almost here, it’s National Craft Month, and National Crochet Week starts Sunday, and I have the perfect prize for this weeks giveaway.  Enter now for your chance to win The Hook Nook Interchangeable Hook Set.

The Hook Nook Interchangeable Hook Set features two metallic black resin handles and 6 interchangeable crochet hook tips. Hook sizes: H-8 5mm; I-9.5.5mm; J-10.6mm; K-10.5 6.5mm; L-11 8mm; N -10mm. Comes with a zipper carrying case so you can take it on the go.

Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of the week: What was your least favorite food as a child? Do you still hate it or do you love it now?

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Kimberly

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Kimberly is the Customer Service Manager at CreateForLess, and it is her voice you hear when you call our toll-free number. Her love for crafting started when she asked her mom to make her a quilt...instead her mom signed her up for a class so she could make her own, and she hasn't stopped crafting since!

108 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Kathryn Main

    Liver. We had it frequently. Still don’t like it. They say it is good for you but you have to get it down your throat first. That is the painful thing.

  2. Kathryn Main

    Liver. Hated it as a child and still not fond of it. They say it is good for you but you have to get it down your throat first which is the painful part.

  3. Kelly OBrien

    Brussels sprouts. Still hate them. I can’t even force myself to eat one of the little leaves, much less a whole sprout. Ick!

  4. Randi

    I hated my mom’s “egg pie”. It was just eggs baked in a pie dish, with one slice of pepperoni per slice of “pie”. I literally gagged trying to force it down. I just went hungry when she made that.

  5. Luanne

    Hands down liver! Can’t stand the smell of it either. Makes me want to vomit. Luckily me bff who likes it will not order it when we go out to eat. So lucky to have such a great friend.

  6. Tami Arrington

    my least favorite food as a child was peas. I wouldn’t eat them as a child and will not now. Those are awful!!

  7. Andrew Caro

    Kid and adult, I’ve never like broccoli, but that’s a texture issue, not the taste. I’ve learned to like cauliflower. Otherwise, I’ve always had the problem of liking pretty much all types of food, and eating too much of it.

  8. Mary Jo

    Tuna fish. My mom was always making us tuna fish sandwiches for our school lunches. That and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. I never hated PB&J, but loathe any and all fish to this day.

  9. Louise

    Liver. Thank god my dog Eddie laid under my chair at dinner time. As he ever so secretly received my meal so I could leave the table. And I still do not like liver

  10. Christine

    I don’t hate much, but I dislike watermelon, even though everyone else in the world seems to love it

  11. Traci Brennan

    Stewed tomatoes! I still don’t really care for them now. Love fresh tomatoes and tomato sauce…just not stewed.

  12. Jessie

    I loved Fluffernutter sandwiches and a glass of cold milk and I still love them now although I seldom eat them because of the calories. 🙂

  13. Karen W

    I was every parents’ dream – the kid who liked practically everything – even those w/ a pungent smell (turnips, collards, brussel-spouts, liver & onions, etc!! My siblings each had something different they didn’t like: rice, liver, turnips & ‘stringy’ yams! We didn’t have a lot of opportunities for ‘exotic’ foods in the 60’s in the Southeast, but an uncle used to pickle hot peppers & I didn’t like them – or the heat! Living in the Southwest now, I love the flavor of salsas & green chilies, but I still can’t handle much heat! I’m not crazy about raw seafood (sushi, oysters, etc), but enjoyed eating cooked Squid in ink (Calamares) when we lived in Spain for 4 years. These days I rarely eat Liver unless we’re eating out, as hubby doesn’t like it or any seafood.

  14. Rita Rosen

    I hated Tongue and Liver. My mom used to boil a Tongue every week and I can’t stand to even look at it. I know Liver is good for you but I don’t know if it’s the sound of it or the looks. Cannot stand either.

  15. Judy Stock

    I would have to say liver. When I didn’t like anything all I had to say was ‘I don’t care for this”. NOT I don’t like it. I didn’t care for spinach until I ate it in Marshall Field’s tea room in Chicago and it was good.

  16. Robin Ellison

    Bussells Sprouts. I’m not a big fan, but my husband likes them so I found a recipe that has bacon and onion roasted with them and that makes them a little more palatable.

  17. Robert Campbell

    Bacala. Dried codfish rehydrated and served with olive oil. It stink bad and tasted worse!

  18. Pat

    I disliked exceptionally ripe bananas.I still can’t stand mushy ripe bananas-They have to be firm and yellow only!

  19. Roseanna

    Being half Japanese, you would think I would like fish and seafood but I didn’t when I was a kid. Today I like most cooked fish and seafood but I still won’t eat sashimi or any sushi that has raw fish.

  20. Carol L.

    Raw oysters. Was nearly hospitalized because of a parasite after eating raw oysters. Never again!

  21. Suzanne Robinson

    Any kind of cooked greens (turnip, mustard, collard, spinach). As an adult I will eat most any green raw in a salad and small amounts of kale or spinach if it is cooked in with something else (dip, stir fry, etc.)

  22. Susan Izbiansky

    My husband loves spaghetti and can eat it 3 meals a day 365 days a year but I really really dislike it, always have.

  23. Rosemary Duffy

    My mother made tongue! She used so many good spices. I would come home from school and run to the kitchen lift up the lid and see the huge cow tongue floating in the spices. Yuch! Still hate it. Sorry mom!

  24. Carole

    Spinach especially the frozen kind. Nowadays I’ll eat fresh spinach but still not a fan of the frozen variety.

  25. Alison Greve

    I didn’t like any vegetables except for peas. Today, I hardly eat peas at all. I do love broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, onions, lettuce etc.

  26. Terry

    Soft boiled eggs. I hated them as a child and I hate them as an adult. I don’t like runny eggs, soft boiled or over easy either.

  27. Joyce B

    Also liver and onions. I had to eat this growing up or I wouldn’t get dessert. Now that I’m grown, i don’t have to fix it and I can have my dessert.

  28. Joyce B

    Also liver with onions on top. I had to eat this growing up or I wouldn’t get dessert. Now that I’m grown, i don’t have to fix it and I can have my dessert.

  29. Sandra Baggarly

    Hated stuffed peppers, anything with green peppers really. Still hate ‘em, although I can eat the stuffing to be polite.

  30. Yvonne Cook

    I still hate Brussel Sprouts and califlower, can’t stand to write them or see them in the supermarket.
    Sorry, Green Giant.

  31. Sherry Chapman

    When I was a kid I hated cabbage, whether raw or cooked, I just couldn’t stand the smell or taste of it. Today, it’s one of my favorite veggies. I make slaw, cabbage soup, stuffed cabbage, fried cabbage, steamed cabbage and all sorts of cabbage dishes.

  32. Dianne G.

    When we were young we mostly ate homemade soups and not canned or packaged ones. Occasionally when mom was busy she would make a packaged potato soup that tasted terrible to me. I still do not like packaged or canned soups.

  33. Katie Amodio

    Liver! I’ve been a non meat eater for over forty years now, so not likely to ever eat it! Blech!

  34. Donnalynn Lawton

    My least favorite food as a child was brussels sprouts. I don’t eat them to this day. I love cabbage but don’t like brussel sprouts. My oldest daughter however, loves them and fixes them on a regular basis

  35. Marlay Rich

    My least favorite food as a child was lima beans. I still cannot stand them and will pick them out of food.

  36. LISA MURDOCK

    My least favorite food as a kid was eggplant. And it still is – but I love most other veggies!

  37. Carol Y

    Turnips – yuk. Beets – yuk. Liver – yuk. Sweet potatoes – yum. Tomatoes – yum. Onions – yum.

  38. Bessie Phillips

    Eating eggs for breakfast. Yuk, I really hated them. When my sister was not looking I’d put mine on her plate! When I was in the hospital after delivering my first child they were delicious. Breakfast is my favorite meal!

  39. Renee

    My mom told me that, as a baby, I could pick out carrots from mixed vegetables and spit them out. I really like carrots now and have for as long as I remember.

  40. Charlaine Macey

    Lamb- it still gags me. Can’t even stand the smell of it cooking. Was forced to eat it as a child one night for dinner– never got over it.

  41. Rita

    Liver and onions. We probably had it once a month but seemed like twice a week.
    Mom cooked it until it was like leather.
    Now I LOVE it!!!!

  42. Robin

    Pickled Beets……my mother always had a bowl of them sitting by me for my dad. But, later in life I LOVE Them Now!!!

  43. Jacqueline Gould

    Celery. I are too much when I was a toddler that I couldn’t stand it afterwards. I still don’t like it unless it is in something like lentil soup.

  44. Kimberly Post author

    Woo Hoo Susan! You were randomly selected as these weeks winner. Please look for an email with how to claim your prize.

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