What’s in the jar? Take a guess & WIN!

Last night, we had dinner with some dear friends and they gave us this jar full of precious little gems of yummy goodness.  They brought these back for us from a recent trip and I haven’t been this excited about a souvenir for a really looooooong time.

After dinner and before Bananagrams, we got to talking about gratefulness.  (I’m particularly grateful for friends who give us jars of cool stuff.)

Although it’s easy to get bogged down in all the persistent injustices in the world, there’s actually a lot to be grateful for.  I’m continually reminded by the everyday heroes around me that there’s a lot of incredible people doing a lot of incredible things.

So to show my appreciation, I’m offering to make a donation to your favorite non-profit.  To enter the do-gooder donation contest, all you have to do is correctly guess what’s in the jar.

If you need a closer look:

The fine print: Write your guess and the non-profit you want to nominate in the comments below (link to non-profit appreciated).  Winner will be chosen randomly among the correct entries.  Religious groups and political organizations (c4’s) are not eligible.  One entry per person.  Curl Nation may exercise discretion in choosing the winning non-profit.  Winner will be contacted by email and will have 24 hours to respond before another winner is contacted.  Contest closes on 12/11/10.

Update: RULE CHANGE – You don’t have to guess correctly to be entered, you just have to guess!

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4 Responses to What’s in the jar? Take a guess & WIN!

  1. soyajung says:

    i have no freaking idea.

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  3. Scotn says:

    Um, they’re called pecans, often used in desserts and quick breads – quick breads being the ultimate curly dessert, I will refer you to avocado bread and banana bread as my two favorites – and in pralines and chocolate turtles, two of my favorite candies, and both very curly as they are super easy to make and go well with bourbon cocktails.

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