Win a modern ratchet grinder – closed

It’s competition time!

I have a very useful kitchen gadget to give away; this is kindly offered by “Kuhn Rikon UK”: the Epicurean Ratchet Grinder worth £39.95.

This is a sturdy and efficient grinder with a sleek and modern look with the same high performance ratchet operating mechanism and high-performance ceramic grinding stone.

To operate it you simply fill it up and the glass centre lets you see what’s inside. To grind, just pull the ratchet handle back and forth – this is easy on the wrists. I like the fact that you can create your own dried spice blends!

•High performance ceramic grinding stone
•Adjustable for course or fine grinding
•Comfortable ratchet handle
•Just unscrew the top and fill it up
•You can use it in the kitchen or at the table


Ratchet grinder Ratchet grinder

Enter the gleam form below for your chance to win it!

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  1. You can enter with the Gleam widget below via blog comment, twitter, instagram, pinterest or google+.
  2. Please comment on this blogpost before proceeding with other entry options (this is mandatory).
  3. One winner will be randomly selected, announced in this blog post and contacted via their provided e-mail address. Please claim your prize within 4 days of being notified.
  4. Giveaway open to UK residents over the age of 18 only.
  5. This giveaway closes on July 6th 2017


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191 thoughts on “Win a modern ratchet grinder – closed

  1. My favourite holiday was probably the earliest family trip to Portugal I can remember. We went for 6 weeks, and I have many good memories from that trip. Including spending time with my extended family.


  2. Having travelled around the world I think my favourite holiday was with my boyfriend last year on the Isle of Wight. It’s definitely who you spend the time with and we had so much fun exploring the island, it could have been the Caribbean and I wouldn’t have enjoyed it any more!


  3. In 1990, my first holiday abroad, with my now hubby, it was a little Greek island called Symi, it was where I got my engagement ring made and designed


  4. Safari Holiday mainly in Botswana including the Okavango Delta but also a bit of Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe incl. Helicopter ride over Victoria Falls, 2 nights on a house boat on Zambezi. Fantastic.


  5. I went on a Mediterranean cruise and it was amazing. I was only in my late twenties so it broke the stereotype of cruises being for older people!


  6. When I was a child we went on a camping trip across Europe, we travelled so far and saw so much


  7. The first holiday I took my children on a Sunday a single mum . I worked every hour I could to pay for it and as much as I was extremely terrified of having three children (15,11,8) on my own abroad I was hugely proud of myself for creating precious memories with them ! We went to a water park in Corfu ! Thankyou for this chance x


  8. My best holiday ever was visiting my partners mum in Italy – we ate so much amazing food, and I loved being immersed in traditional italian culture in the tiny little restaurants with home made limoncello! Perfect


  9. We had a family holiday to Tunisia a few years ago and it was lovely great weather good food and wonderful locals


  10. I don’t think anything can better memories of childhood holidays spent in the Northumberland coast. The weather always seemed glorious and the icecream lasted longer.


  11. We absolutely loved our voyage on the Grand Princess visiting a host of amazing countries in the Mediterranean 🙂 x


  12. My best holiday has to be the time we went to Rome for my friend’s wedding… I hadn’t seen her in years as she’d moved abroad and I had been studying at uni, so seeing her on her wedding day was just so wonderful. My husband proposed to me the day before her wedding, meaning I got to share my happy news with her too! And, of course, who wouldn’t love a trip to Rome even without all those extra memories we made?


  13. Mine wasrome. a romantic long weekend city break, it was a complete surprise arranged by my fella for our 13 year anniversary! xx


  14. That is a hard choice, we have travelled in a lot of different places in Europe, but spent most of our time in Italy. I love Italy it is such a beautiful country with the nicest people.
    But I also loved going to Alaska.


  15. My husband & I spent 6 weeks backpacking in India almost 40 years ago. We arrived in Bombay, then went by steam train through Gujurat and Rajastan, stopping in wonderful places such as Udaipur, Jaipur & Agra, eventually arriving in Delhi. India was very underdeveloped and a lot of the places we stayed at were pretty basic, but we had a great time. We also went to Kashmir and stayed on a houseboat for a week, something that is now impossible because of the unrest in that area. India is still a very interesting country to visit but I’m glad we went when it was still unspoilt by modern development.


  16. Florida 2006 our second time parents first time and my now hubby proposed to me out side magic kingdom castle


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