Weight Watchers 360 – Review & Giveaway

Weight Watchers 360 After all the hype, hubbub, and speculation recently, Weight Watchers 360 is finally OFFICIALLY here!  It rolled out on the eTools/Weight Watchers online website yesterday (read my thoughts here), but it finally launched in the meeting rooms today.

It seems like a lot of people are writing about the new program now, not just me and a bunch of other speculating members.  There’s an article on the USA Today website written by Nanci Hellmich.  Of course, they’re naturally writing about the new program on the What’s New Blog on the Weight Watchers website.  Even Weight Watchers CEO David Kirchhoff shared his thoughts about the new program on his blog Man Meets Scale in a new post titled Manifesto baby! It’s time for a Better Way (aka Introducing Weight Watchers 360).

Here’s one of my favorite parts from his post:

Weight Watchers 360° is designed for human nature.  It is built to harness our strength, and to recognize our vulnerabilities.  Through it comes the possibility that we can tackle this issue once and for all. For too long, we’ve been set up to expect disappointment.  Now, we can expect amazing.

Welcome to the next 50 years.

I absolutely love the sense of hope that exudes from that paragraph.  Given I’ll be turning 49 in a couple of months, I’m absolutely ready to enter my second 50 years of life feeling strong and healthy.  I’m ready to harness the strength I know I have within and figure out how to overcome my weaknesses!

 Weight Watchers 360 – The Basics

Weight Watchers 360 Materials 1   Weight Watchers 360 Materials 2

As you would definitely expect, there are new materials that go along with a new program release.  Weight Watchers 360 is no exception.  That’s being said, the new materials seem to have less information in them than what appeared in the PointsPlus and PointsPlus 2012 materials when they each rolled out over the past couple of years.  The glossy Week 1 getting started booklet in each of those plans was around 100 pages.  In the new materials, the Weight Watchers 360 booklet is only 37 pages.  It covers the basic concept of the new program at a bit high level overview.  It also includes a few recipes in the back.

There is also a somewhat plain Frequently Asked Question addendum that is 17 pages.  It covers most of the nuts & bolts of the food and exercise components of the program.  As I mentioned in my description of the new Weight Watchers 360 booklet, it’s covers things at more of an overview level.  On most topics, at the bottom of the page will be a notation of where to look in the Frequently Asked Questions booklet to get more detailed information.

I know there has been a LOT of speculation and rumors online that there were possibly going to be changes to how fruit is handled on the program.  I can now confirm there is ZERO (see what I did there?) truth to that rumor.  There are no changes to the food component in the new program.  Fruit continues to remain 0 PointsPlus value.  Per page 4 of the Frequently Asked Questions booklet, Weight Watchers factored in the caloric impact for a reasonable number of servings of even the highest-calorie fruits into their calculations of the daily PointsPlus Target.  So, everyone can remain calm and eat zero PointsPlus fruit. )

UPDATE:  If you came here looking for information about Weight Watchers 360, you might want to check my other Weight Watchers 360 posts!!

 Weight Watchers 360 – The Extras

Naturally, there are also plenty of extras that members can purchase in addition to the basic materials that are included as part of their Weight Watchers membership.  The first up is the “Ultimate Weight Watchers 360 Kit” that includes lots of tools to help members be successful.  One of the things I love that they’re doing now is offering a variety of case styles for the kit.  Long gone are the days of the basic black carrier! They still offer a black option, but at least it’s little more fun now. )

Ultimate Weight Watchers 360 Kit

Given I have a love of all things Weight Watchers and love sharing about everything here with you guys, I purchased one of the new kits (naturally).  The retail price for the kit is $39.95 and here’s a peek of everything you receive:

Ultimate Weight Watchers 360 Kit

I realize you might be able to make everything out clearly, so here’s a more detailed listing for you, along with the brief description of each item that was included on the packaging:

  • Success Handbook – Strategies, routines, and temptation busters from someone who’s been there herself.  (My note:  This is actually one of the biggest reason I decided to purchase the kit.  This handbook is actually a workbook with lots of action plans on topics like Mastering Your Motivation, Change Your Self-Talk, Understand Your Goals, etc.  It’s 150+ pages and was written by Liz Josefsberg who is the Director of Brand Advocacy for Weight Watchers as well as a Weight Watchers Leader.)
  • What to Eat Now cookbook – Solutions for a complete 12 weeks on plan.  Includes 150 recipes, meal ideas, and more! (240 pages)
  • PointsPlus Fitness Workout DVD Sampler – Three workouts to get your going and preview what the PointsPlus fitness series is all about.
  • Track – Your 12 week planner and tracker to keep you going.
  • Silicon Measuring Cup Set – There was no description on this, but it’s a collapsible set containing 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, and 1 cup measuring cups.  I’m planning to take these to my office to have a set there.  Since they’re collapsible, they won’t take up much room in my filing cabinet drawer.
  • Body Measuring Tape – No description was provided, but it’s a basic 60″ retractable measuring tape.
  • PointsPlus Calculator and Skin – No description provided.  The actual devices aren’t included in the kit when you purchase it.  Instead, there is a coupon for each included with the kit.  I pulled my coupons out right after I bought it and redeemed them for the free calculator and skin.  I don’t know why they do it that way with the calculator, but I’m glad they do for the skin.  This way each member buying a kit can pick out the skin they like best.
  • Weight Watchers Coupon Sheet – No description provided.  This is actually where your find the aforementioned coupons for the calculator and skin.  There are also coupons for $5 off an electronic food scale, $5 off the PointsPlus Fitness Series DVD set, as well as a variety of coupons for Weight Watchers food products from both the meeting rooms and grocery store.
  • PointsPlus Value & Power Foods Stickers – No description provided.  It’s pretty much what the name implies.  It’s a set of stickers with various PointsPlus values that you can put on food items you purchase.  This is probably not something I’ll ever use.  I usually just write the PointsPlus value on the box with a Sharpie marker and will likely to continue to just do that.
  • Carrying Case – There wasn’t a description (or mention) of this anywhere on the packaging.  It’s a neoprene-style case with the Weight Watchers logo that can hold all of the materials from the kit.  It’s actually a pretty nice case and is very roomy.  I put my iPad 2 inside it and there was room to spare.  It’s folded in half in the photo above, so you can’t really tell what size it is. I used the handy dandy Body Measuring Tape that came in the kit to measure it.  The dimensions are approximately 10.25″ x 11″.

One thing you may have noticed that is different from years past is that the kit no longer includes the Dining Out Companion (now called Eat Out) or the Food Companion (now called Shop).  They’re still available for purchase, but they aren’t included in the kit.  They seem to be much larger this year and I heard a couple of other members saying there are a lot more restaurants included in the Eat Out book versus years past.  They retail for $19.95 if you buy both books at the same time, or $11.95 each if you buy just one of them. (Sorry for the blurry photo!  Not sure what happened there.)

Weight Watchers 360 Companion Guides

Last up, there is a new cookbook.  This is definitely always one of my favorite things about a new change to the program.  I am a self-professed cookbook whore, so if there’s a new cookbook to be had, let me at it! lol   Naturally, I snapped one up right away and began drooling over the images of recipes I’ll probably never actually make. blush

Weight Watchers 360 Flavor Cookbook

This cookbook is aimed at creating healthy and tasty meals that are packed with flavor.  Trust me when I say, healthy meals don’t have to be bland, people!  There are loads of ways to add flavor to foods without resorting to fats, salt, and/or sugar!  Another thing I loved as I was glancing through the cookbook is that every recipe contains at least one ingredient from the Power Foods list and most of them contain more than one.  I love that!  The cookbook is broken down into seven chapters — Finger Foods, Light Soups & Salads, Between the Bread, The Main Course, Sides from the Garden, Sides from the Ground and Grain, and How Sweet It Is.  It also includes sections in the back where you can find recipes based on PointsPlus value as well as a list of recipes that work with the Simply Filling technique.

Weight Watchers 360 – The Giveaway

Ok, so here’s where the fun starts.  Normally I would say this is probably what you’ve all been waiting for, but given that Weight Watchers 360 just debuted today, that might not be the case in this instance. lol

Weekly Winner

Each week (well, most weeks), my leader Jacki marks a few of the Weight Watchers Weekly fliers with an asterisk on the back and then mixes them in with the rest of the fliers. The members who randomly receive the marked fliers win a door prize. It’s usually something like a copy of the latest issue of Weight Watchers Magazine, a box a snack bars, some Fruities (fruit flavored candies), etc. Well, this week she only marked ONE flier with an asterisk and  I WON!!!  Woo Hoo!  When I found out the prize was a copy of the new Turn Up the Flavor cookbook, Jacki and I both started laughing since I’d just bought the cookbook right before the meeting started.  So, I decided I would share the wealth with one of my lucky readers!

That’s right!  One of YOU now have a chance to win your very own copy of the new Turn Up the Flavor cookbook that’s hot off the presses and only available at a Weight Watchers center.

The Rules

Since I’ll be covering the postage to mail the cookbook out of my own pocket (i.e., not cheap), I’m sorry to say that I have to limit this to US and Canada residents only.  Shipping a 300+ page book internationally would simply be too cost prohibitive due to the weight.

There is one form of entry that will be mandatory for all giveaway participants.  All of the other possible forms of entry are entirely optional.  To be entered to win, you MUST leave a comment below telling me your favorite way to add flavor to a recipe that doesn’t involve using fat, salt, or sugar.  If you enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter widget below without leaving the required comment, you WILL be disqualified from winning.

Once you have completed the one mandatory form of entry, the other optional methods of entry will be available to you in the Rafflecopter widget.  All methods of entry are a one-time only option with the exception of tweeting about the giveaway.  I have that option set to allow for tweeting about the giveaway once per day, so you could actually receive 10 additional entries if you tweet about the giveaway every day through the contest.

This giveaway will run for 10 days ending at 11:59pm PT on Wednesday, December 12.  A winner will be randomly selected on Thursday, December 13 and will be notified via email.  The winner will have 48 hours from the time I send the email notification to respond.  If they do not respond by the end of the 48 hour window, another winner will be randomly selected who will then also have 48 hours to respond.

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Good luck to everyone who enters!  Until next time …

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  1. suzanne 2 December, 2012 at 6:18 pm Reply

    Congratulations on winning the book!!
    My favourite way to add flavour with fat, salt or sugar is to use fat free low sodium broths to cook rice in, add to stir fry’s, a great way to start a soup the list is endless.
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  2. gemmi999 2 December, 2012 at 7:01 pm Reply

    My new favorite way to add flavor (and bread chicken) without adding fat or salt is to dunk the chicken breast in lemon juice with a bit of olive oil! It works just as well as an egg wash or milk bath, but is 0 points AND offers the scrumptious lemony taste to chicken (which, um, yum!!!!)

  3. Anne 2 December, 2012 at 7:11 pm Reply

    Just found your websight and love it! My fav way to add flavor to a meal is I add onions, garlic or jalapeno peppers. I love spicy!!!

  4. Anne 2 December, 2012 at 7:36 pm Reply

    Love your blog. I use onions, garlic and jalapeno peppers to flavor a lot of what I cook.

  5. Kim 2 December, 2012 at 8:09 pm Reply

    You have a great blog! I just use lots of spices – anything that I can find.

  6. Nancy 2 December, 2012 at 8:38 pm Reply

    My go to flavors are pepper and garlic.

  7. Meghan 2 December, 2012 at 9:06 pm Reply

    Depends on the dish, really. My go-tos are always onion, garlic, and lemon juice… but I’m a huge fan of chili powder and curry spices as well!

  8. Sarah Scott 2 December, 2012 at 11:00 pm Reply

    I’m a huge garlic fan, and loving adding it to everything for extra flavor )
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  9. Renee A 3 December, 2012 at 2:54 am Reply

    I really like a brand of products called Epicure – they’re basically spices and flavours already combined and ready to use. I use some of the fruit dip seasonings to add some flavour to plain Greek yogurt. They’re wonderful!

  10. Tracy Gregory 3 December, 2012 at 2:59 am Reply

    My favorite thing to do to kick up the flavor of vegetables is to roast them! I love the flavor and don’t add oil or salt, just a touch of pepper. The roasting caramelizes the veggies and gives an color/flavor combo.

    I would love to win the new cookbook! )

  11. Rachel 3 December, 2012 at 4:30 am Reply

    I make my own house seasoning ( a blend of Paula Deen’s and Emeril’s recipes) so I can make it low-sodium and high-flavour. I use this on everything, including hot air-popped popcorn!

  12. [...] excited about the release of the WeightWatchers 360 program.  It rolled out today (see The Daily Mel’s wonderful post on it), so I won’t get my new materials or hear more about it until my meeting [...]

  13. Hope 3 December, 2012 at 5:36 am Reply

    Herbs! I have an herb garden a few steps from my kitchen door that I use year round to add flavor without additional fat. Even now, in December and with snow on the ground, I have beautiful green rosemary peeking out.

  14. JessicaW 3 December, 2012 at 7:06 am Reply

    Mel, I love reading your blog and can’t wait to see you reach your goals this coming year! My favorite way to add flavor to dishes is curry powder and cinnamon. Even to sweet dishes a little curry powder can give it a fun kick and cinnamon is a metabolism booster so everything gets a dash )

  15. Theresa 3 December, 2012 at 8:09 am Reply

    Cumin! Not only in Mexican and Latin dishes, but i am always amazed how often i can add Cumin to something to give it a kick of flavor..Also, roasted vegetables–brings out a completely different flavor to ordinary vegetables–without needing to add anything.

  16. Joelle 3 December, 2012 at 8:27 am Reply

    My favorite way to turn up the flavor without adding fat, salt, or sugar is to add balsamic vinegar. It’s great for roasting veggies and meats. It adds a tart flavor at the outset but if you let it warm, it sweetens and is perfect for caramelizing. It is also a good base for many sauces, I use it along with fresh squeezed orange juice to make orange chicken.

  17. Missy Lewis 3 December, 2012 at 9:37 am Reply

    I like to add onions to appropriate dishes to add flavor.

  18. Kerry Jordan 3 December, 2012 at 11:50 am Reply

    I like to use orange, lemon and lime rinds. They all add such a fresh taste to just about any dish.

  19. I’m pretty basic I guess. I’m a big garlic girl. I could probably add garlic to anything (I’m Italian after all!) … other than that I’m a Splenda freak, and nothing beats a freshly squeezed lemon!
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  20. Deanna Stowe 3 December, 2012 at 12:17 pm Reply

    Want to win the cookbook!!!

    • TheDailyMel 3 December, 2012 at 12:45 pm Reply

      Deanna – what’s your favorite way to add flavor to recipes without using added fat, salt, or sugar? That’s the mandatory comment question for entering the giveaway. )

  21. Joann 3 December, 2012 at 1:23 pm Reply

    It really depends on the dish- but I shop at Penzeys for spices and I always have a wide range to choose from to liven up any dish. This way I can maked baked chicken in a ton of ways all from the same technique- all depending on the spice mix I use.

  22. Elizabeth J. 3 December, 2012 at 2:02 pm Reply

    When cooking eggs, I always use 1/2 T. real butter for 1 PP. I know we can all be a little afraid of fat, but it makes them taste delicious. I just make sure to limit the portion size, and to track it!

    • TheDailyMel 3 December, 2012 at 2:29 pm Reply

      I know what you mean, Elizabeth! I use bits of real butter here and there as well. I just thought it would be fun to have people think outside the box of the obvious flavoring choices. )

  23. Tracy 3 December, 2012 at 2:30 pm Reply

    My favorite ways to add flavor to a dish is with garlic and/or onions. I also like to add herbs to the dish too whether they are dried or fresh.

    I absolutely love your blog! Love all of the pics and information you have been giving about the new plan! Thank you so much!

  24. Laura Leiva 3 December, 2012 at 4:07 pm Reply

    My favorite way to add flavor is just by adding garlic and onion powder. Dried herbs are also a great way to create an ethnic flavor (like Greek dishes) without any salt.

  25. Tiff 3 December, 2012 at 4:11 pm Reply

    I love to use sun-dried tomatoes to punch up the flavor in egg dishes, pastas and homemade pizza thins!

  26. Kim L 3 December, 2012 at 4:39 pm Reply

    I use lemon for my seafood, but olive oil goes into everything and I love cooking with no salt vegetable broth.

  27. TracyB 3 December, 2012 at 6:03 pm Reply

    Citrus marinades for meat and vegetables and then grill them. The flavor imparted by the grill is second to none. Thanks.

  28. Karen 3 December, 2012 at 6:08 pm Reply

    My favorite way to add flavor is with Mrs. Dash no-salt seasonings – garlic and herb is great on grilled or broiled tilapia! Fast and easy way to add flavor!

  29. Ev 3 December, 2012 at 6:10 pm Reply

    I personally enjoy the spicy sauces, my two favorites being Siracha and Frank’s Red Hot/Tabasco/Tapatio (depending on the dish), 0 Pts each and can add some nice flavor.

  30. Brooke: Not On A Diet 3 December, 2012 at 6:22 pm Reply

    Gah!! I cannot wait for my Wednesday meeting to get here!! Everything looks so great on the website and seeing all the new fun materials makes me excited!! Also, I love me a good cookbook! )
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    • Brooke: Not On A Diet 3 December, 2012 at 6:25 pm Reply

      Oh, shoot..I was so excited about WW360…I forgot my favorite way to spice up food! Salsa….everything tastes better with salsa. Lol. Actually I’m a fan of spice blends from Mrs. Dash and McCormmick (sp). I even mix them in with FF ranch dressing to give my salads a new spin! )
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  31. Tammy 3 December, 2012 at 6:26 pm Reply

    Freshly ground black pepper rocks!

  32. Peggy Finney 3 December, 2012 at 6:29 pm Reply

    I like to add Italian seasonings to my salads.

  33. Anna S. 3 December, 2012 at 6:33 pm Reply

    I love adding curry powder to recipes! I even add it to popcorn.
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  34. Carol B 3 December, 2012 at 7:00 pm Reply

    All different kinds of herbs and depending on the dish, peppers or onions.

  35. Barbara 4 December, 2012 at 4:57 am Reply

    My new thing is adding lots of cinnamon to chicken recipes. It counterbalances spicy stuff and makes a very savory flavor. My daughters actually request cinnamon chicken now. It’s really a blend of cinnamon, chili powder, cayenne, and such but the cinnamon is what they taste the most and think it tastes sweet!
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  36. Anita 4 December, 2012 at 8:49 am Reply

    I use garlic alot and I use chicken broth! Both add a lot flavor

  37. Cheryl 4 December, 2012 at 8:57 am Reply

    I like to add broth for added flavor and spices can liven up any dish.

  38. Janette 4 December, 2012 at 10:18 am Reply

    I discovered Vietnamese Cinnamon when I was teaching myself to make pho and use it a lot in my other recipes now, as well. It is my latest “favorite find.” And thanks for the outstanding review of the new materials!

  39. Ginny Schleich 4 December, 2012 at 10:26 am Reply

    I found Marjoram a couple of years ago and like to try it in different recipes. And I actually found it from a recipe in a Weight Watcher’s cookbook.

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  41. Kerri 4 December, 2012 at 12:21 pm Reply

    What a great prize! I am just starting my WW journey and would love some help with a new cookbook. Living down South, I tend to grill more and that adds a lot of flavor with no fat. I also use only course ground sea salt to lower the sodium. Another product I use if Mojo seasoning sauce from the Latin foods section, it is loaded with citrus and spices and is great for marinating anything.

  42. Sharon 4 December, 2012 at 4:30 pm Reply

    I love using different vinegars to brighten up recipes!

  43. karen 5 December, 2012 at 4:32 am Reply

    I love using the Mrs Dash spice blends to brighten stuff up. I don’t even have salt in the house!
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  44. Jennifer Sokolowski 5 December, 2012 at 10:35 am Reply

    Love your website. Just signed up to WW. I only use the spices have in my cabinet. This is why I really need to win your cookbook. I will benfit from it greatly. Keep up the great job

  45. Nicole Kuperberg 5 December, 2012 at 1:47 pm Reply

    My “go to” for most dishes is garlic but lately I have been adding fresh herbs (dill and chives) and scallions for flavor. I love reading your blog…what an inspiration you are!

  46. Courtney 5 December, 2012 at 7:54 pm Reply

    I can’t eat a lot of salt because I have a bad case of Meniere’s; I use other things like Mrs. Dash to flavor my foods!

  47. Cat 5 December, 2012 at 8:50 pm Reply

    I grow fresh herbs and add them to a lot of my dishes. I also use minced garlic a good bit too.

  48. Mary 5 December, 2012 at 9:13 pm Reply

    I don’t know if this is the place to enter the contest but..
    my favorite flavor enhancer is a squeeze of a lemon on the finished product.
    Mary

  49. Lisa Marie 6 December, 2012 at 5:04 am Reply

    My favorite way to add flavor is to turn up the heat! hot sauce, horseradish, hot mustard!

  50. Robert Condella 6 December, 2012 at 9:10 am Reply

    My new favorite way to add flavor is instead of using salad dressing, I use 2-3 Tablespoons of crumbled blue cheese, this works great in salads since it gives same flavor as BC dressing at a fraction of the points/calories. Hot sauce especially sriracha sauce works great also

  51. Kris 6 December, 2012 at 11:44 am Reply

    My new favorite favorite way to add flavor to meat is to add salsa. Chicken cooked in salsa, salsa mixed in with tuna, salsa and pork, yum.

  52. Sylvie Daigle 6 December, 2012 at 4:31 pm Reply

    I love to add flavor by using Mrs. Dash seasonings.

  53. Chad Hoblitz 7 December, 2012 at 10:48 am Reply

    My favourite way to add flavour with fat, salt or sugar is to use is use rosemary

  54. Linda 7 December, 2012 at 7:55 pm Reply

    My favorite way to add flavour is with spices – one of my favorites is McCormicks – No salt added – Citrus & Pepper seasoning.

  55. Martha 8 December, 2012 at 4:39 pm Reply

    Eek! I just found the link to your blog via Brooke Not on a Diet’s blog today and now follow you! I just signed up for WW Online last week and LOVE it–so suits my lifestyle. Ooooh, how I would love to win this cookbook. I made one of the WW soups tonight and my husband really liked it!! My favorite way to add flavor to food is through the use of fresh herbs that I grow. Basil and rosemary will add deep flavor to a lot of dishes; oregano is also another favorite!!

  56. Jennifer 9 December, 2012 at 7:59 am Reply

    So many ways… Lemon- for sure, garlic, broths, vegetables- peppers, onions, etc. add so much flavor, and I love balsamic vinegar for many things! I’m so excited to learn more about WW 360 and get back on track!!!

  57. Linda Crawford 9 December, 2012 at 1:58 pm Reply

    One of our favorite ways to add flavor is Mrs. Dash seasonings

  58. Patti Albert 9 December, 2012 at 3:41 pm Reply

    Hi Mel
    just found your website thru another webpage………already bookmarked it!

    What do I use to add flavour without calories,,,,,,,,well I look in my cupboards or my fridge….I frequently change recipes up by using up whats in there…boiling potatos? I will add garlic cloves to the water,,,,roasting some meat..I will use up seasonings like dried dip mixes or soup mixes……I love buying spice blends as well…….so easy to coat a chicken breast or fish fillet with them..mrs dash works well!

  59. Julie 9 December, 2012 at 6:31 pm Reply

    I love to marinate for flavor!

  60. Betsy 10 December, 2012 at 7:21 am Reply

    I like to brighten the flavors with citrus–lemon or lime juice usually.

  61. Kristen 10 December, 2012 at 11:15 pm Reply

    Onion, garlic, lemon (or any citrus), fresh herbs!

  62. Carolyn 11 December, 2012 at 11:08 pm Reply

    Depends on the dish but Saffron (favorite spice0, Garlic, lemon, lime…

  63. Chelsey 12 December, 2012 at 7:36 pm Reply

    Hi! I just found you and have been reading all night! I love to use Penzys spices, my favs: Medium chili, buttermilk ranch, green goddess, Mural of Flavor. Also lime and garlic are great adds

  64. Shari 12 December, 2012 at 9:35 pm Reply

    I use spices but mostly authentic Spanish ones. Love me some Sazon Goya! If its something sweet I opt for SF Target brand Torani syrups.
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  65. Jody Spira 2 April, 2013 at 6:28 pm Reply

    Lemon or Cajun spices on fish. I like to use olives diced up on a ground round patty minus bread. Most any spice that is hot especially jalapeños, delish. Mustards with pepper spices included or horsradish.

    • TheDailyMel 2 April, 2013 at 6:38 pm Reply

      Thanks for your comment, Jody! I just wanted to point out that this giveaway ended back in December, so a winner has already been selected.

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