KitchenAid® Torrent™ Blender GIVEAWAY!

KITCHENAID TORRENT GIVEAWAYI don’t often get to play with new toys in the kitchen. In fact, I’ve had the same blender for over 10 years… and it barely does it’s job. So when KitchenAid got in touch asking if I’d like a chance to play with the new KitchenAid Torrent Blender, I was IN. Like, really in. Really, really.
I may as well have skipped home with it from the Purolator pick-up. It was like Christmas. I tore the box open and heaved out the new appliance with enthusiasm of a rabid dog…which was no easy feat given it’s heft (which I love). I sat and inspected, pulled, poked and prodded at it’s shiny bits. And then, we got down to business.KITCHENAID TORRENT GIVEAWAYThis blender is the sh*t. For real. I was thinking it would probably blend things up pretty well, being new and from KitchenAid and all, but it surpassed all expectations. I made smoothies, soups and even almond butter and damn if it didn’t blend them all to the perfect consistency. The key to this blender is in the presets. Fill the bowl, lock it into the magnetic drive (it uses the same technology as an induction burner and blends using the power of magnets), push the pre-programmed Adapti-Blend settings (juice, soups/sauces, milkshakes/creamy drinks, icy beverages/smoothies) and walk away. The blender takes care of the rest. It starts slow, getting all those big bulky pieces into smaller more manageable ones, and then as the speed picks up you start seeing the true power of the Torrent. With jet-engine like power, it turns even the toughest chunks into silk. When making baby food, I prepared my fine-mesh sieve over a bowl to strain out any skins or extra bits that didn’t get blended (which is common with my usual blender) but as I pressed the mixture through the sieve I as surprised to find that there was really nothing left in there. SAY WHAT. Hardly a speck of spinach left over, nay a strawberry seed. Well I’ll be damned. From a chicken/rice/sweet potato baby food which blended the meat into the SILKIEST smooth mixture to an iced coffee that was so smooth and creamy. I had half a mind to just start throwing random items from the fridge into the Torrent in a “WILL IT BLEND?!” frenzy. The top cap, complete with measuring cup, allows you to add liquids and other ingredients in while you’re blending and the magnetic drive makes it easy to pop the bowl of the blender in and out, much like a coffee pot,  making it ideal to store under cabinets.Because the blades aren’t removable like most blenders, cleaning is a bit different. I found putting some warm soapy water into the bowl and blending on high speed cleaned it up perfectly. If you have a dishwasher, a quick rinse to remove any seeds or stuck-on residue and then into the dishwasher would likely tidy it up perfectly. Needless to say, this is a welcome addition to our kitchen. Especially as our baby approaches her solid-food stages and I’m becoming more and more invested in making her food myself. And the bowl is BPA free, to boot!


The Torrent is slick looking and combines style and functionality for those of us who like to display our appliances on the kitchen counter rather than stashed away under the cabinets. I’m looking forward to many loving years with my Torrent by my side.BUT THERE’S MORE! Because KitchenAid is amazing and wants you to be able to play with the Torrent too! One lucky winner will receive a KitchenAid® Torrent™ Magnetic Drive Blender (MSRP $599.99) in Sugar Pearl Silver, Onyx Black, or Candy Apple Red.
Leave a comment below answering the following questions:
WHAT WOULD YOU MAKE FIRST WITH YOUR KITCHENAID TORRENT BLENDER?Entries open through Thursday, September 3rd at 11:59pm. I’ll be selecting the winner via random number generator on the morning of the 4th. This giveaway is open to CANADIAN Residents only. Be sure to use the correct email address as I will be contacting the winner via email and if I don’t hear back within 48 hours, I’ll pick a new winner.

For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each entry telling me that you’ve liked/followed):

1. FOLLOW thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Instagram
2. FOLLOW thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Twitter
3. LIKE thegoudalife + KitchenAid on FacebookAnd for the love of nothing, make something delicious when you win this baby! Below is a recipe for a fruity baby food/smoothie that we really enjoy in our house!

********************************************* THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED**************************************************KITCHENAID TORRENT GIVEAWAYStrawberry Mango Spinach and Oat Baby Food (/Smoothie)
makes approximately 4 cups baby food

1 cup fresh or frozen mango cubes
1 cup hulled strawberries
1 cup cooked oatmeal*
1 cup packed spinach leaves
1/4 cup water or milk (soy or cow)

Place all ingredients in the Kitchen Aid Torrent, set to the soup setting (I found this one really got things silky smooth) and press the start button. Walk away and let the Torrent do it’s thing! You’ll come back to a silky smooth baby food that barely needs straining, though I did just to be sure any leftover chunks would be taken out… there were none!*I cooked mine in both milk and in water and found both to work well for this. Use whatever your child likes best.

192 Responses

  1. Kaitlin says:

    I have no idea what I would make first. Maybe some really great hummus, because this seems like it would do that. Maybe I’d use it to make chilli oil from scratch to keep on hand for spicy Dan Dan noodles. I might also return to an old favourite, like the enchilada sauce from Rick Bayless. And I’d be really excited to use it to make baby food in 18 months or so. 🙂

  2. Nina says:

    I’d make all the nut cheese in the world!!

  3. Paul Dearborn says:

    I don’t know exactly what I would make first with a new blender, but it might be something boozy for Kari. I’m sure she wouldn’t mind… Cheers!!

  4. Darlene Cameron says:

    I would make the first of many Delicious smoothies!



    – I would definitely make some type of creamy soup since fall is just around the corner. <3

    – I followed You and KitchenAid on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!

  6. Amica says:

    I would make a batch of my Mom’s buttermilk, cucumber, garlic gazpacho!

  7. Amy says:

    I would make banana ice cream in many different flavours!

  8. Amy says:

    Liked on Facebook!

  9. gabriel says:

    oh haiiiii. Damn, with this bad boy I’d go ahead and whip me some good ol’ coconut nutella!! And then I’d eat it in one go, because..yes.

  10. Amy says:

    Following on Instagram!

  11. Jen S says:

    Definitey some Roasted Butternut & Squash Soup! And every other kind of Autumn Harvest goodness you could imagine 🙂
    (currently the proud owner of a hand me down vintage food processor!)

  12. Breena says:

    An orange creamsicle smoothie!! Yum!

  13. Mon says:

    I think the cherry would go to popsicles – mango lassie ones probably.
    BTW kudos for having kitchenaid reach out to you!

  14. Mon says:

    Followed on instagram

  15. Mon says:

    And facebook 🙂

  16. Follow both on Instagram as @newfiechic

  17. It doesn’t look like my first comment went through? I’d make make Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup

  18. Follow both on Twitter as @newfiechic

  19. Follow both on Facebook as Brenda Penton

  20. Robyn Mallory says:

    Hummus!!! My husband is obsessed and our blender does mix it well enough. Need a good and last blender that will blend everything silky smooth!

  21. Wendy M says:

    I’d blend some bananas to make ice cream!

  22. Wendy M says:

    Followed on Instagram

  23. Wendy M says:

    Followed on facebook

  24. Jenny says:

    I follow you both on all platforms! I would make all the things because I love all the things. Fun giveaway! Xo

  25. John Buchanan says:

    My morning protein smoothie with fresh fruit would work a treat in this!!!

  26. Heather says:

    A breakfast smoothie, loaded with berries!

  27. Michelle says:

    How does it blend with magnets?! That’s crazy!! First I’d blend up some soy yeast dressing because it’s the yummiest. Then I’d make a super awesome smoothie and make popsicles with it. I’d also make a bunch of chases cream because my current blender just can’t get it smooth enough!

  28. Emily says:

    I would make vegan cashew cheesecake!!!

  29. Cara says:

    I am coveting this blender!! The first thing I would make it probably a milkshake…but what I’m most excited to make is soups, hummus and nut cheeses!!

  30. Amy G says:

    I would make one of the million smoothie recipes I save on my Pinterest yet never make because my blender isn’t strong enough. 🙂

  31. It’s already starting to feel a bit like fall, and I’m looking forward to making one of my favourite soups — curried apple and butternut squash. Our current blender is like the one you described as your old one — you can never be quite sure when you’re going to meet a surprise chunk. I’d make this in the KitchenAid blender for sure!

  32. Derby says:

    A smoothie a day!

  33. Mike Tomlinson says:

    I’d make a rich chocolate milkshake!

  34. Mike Tomlinson says:

    I followed thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Twitter as @mtoml

  35. Mike Tomlinson says:

    I followed thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Instagram as mtoml

  36. George Koutroubis says:

    BABY FOOD! With twin boys, this would be a gem in our kitchen! We are definitely making our boys their own food once they are able to eat it, and this blender would be an amazing appliance to have to whip up some fresh and tasty meals for our twin boys, Neiko and Mateo!

  37. Susan says:

    Ooooh this would be perfect for smoothies, no more spinach bits, yay!

  38. Jade says:

    I’d love to make my own baby food as well!

  39. Dana S says:


  40. Lee says:

    THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS, but I would probably make roasted butternut squash soup, smooties (plenty of frozen fruit ready and waiting…) and protein shakes first. Of course, I can’t forget to mention that I would also make alcoholic blender drinks, too!!

  41. Lee says:

    Liked on facebook!

  42. Sophie says:

    Soup! I’ve been belderless for 2 years and miss perfect soup consistency!!

  43. Yuli says:

    It’s feeling crisp today so it’s getting to be soup season. We have a bunc of ideas at the ready. This would make soup making a breeze and we could kick that old handmedown blender to the curb (okay we’d probably give it away, it’s help us a lot, everyday — but it’s nowhere near as powerful as this).

  44. Yuli says:

    PS follow both on Twitter and like both on fb

  45. Leanne CZED says:

    I would for sure make an extra chocolatey milkshake because, well, you know, preggers.

    And then I would try my hand at almond butter. And then put that in a milkshake 😉

  46. Leanne CZED says:

    Already follow thegoudalife everywhere, now follow Kitchenaid on Instagram.

  47. Kathy says:

    Sure am in need of a new blender and this one looks like a crackerjack! Pretty sure that the first thing I would make would be a big batch of pesto — to enjoy now and to get us through the winter months. Thanks!

  48. Tara says:

    Tamari cider salad dressing with heaps of nutritional yeast. I’m salivating just thinking about all the possibilities!

  49. Tara says:

    Kitchen aid and the Gouda life liked on FB!

  50. Matt tice says:

    Smoothies, smoothies and more smoothies

  51. Kris says:

    Love at first sight!! That blender is AMAZING! I think I’d make something to share — a vegan/raw cashew-based dessert? A warming soup to ward off these cool, autumn-like nights? Kitchenaid doesn’t fool around!

  52. Christelle says:

    hmmm… Hummus! Then homemade chocolate hazelnut spread… Fall harvest soups! Gazpacho! Smoothies! Ohhh the mileage this blender would get!

  53. Christelle says:

    I like thegoudalife + KitchenAid on facebook!

  54. Christelle says:

    I follow thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Instagram!

  55. Paul says:

    What I would make depends on when the blender is in my hands. Let me explain:

    1) If there are still a few hot days, then it will have to be strawberry Daiquiris! We would still have our fall crop here at the farm, and they are unbelievably tasty! Pro Tip: freeze the berries first. That way you use less ice, and therefore get more berry goodness.

    2) If the temperature has gotten a little chillier, then definitely roasted squash soup. I’d use our famous Georgia Candy Roaster or Galeux d’Eysines–beautiful coloured flesh and an unparalleled sweetness. Throw in some caramelized onion, some apple, maybe a few carrots, add vegetable stock for desired thickness, and there you go. If you’re breaking your “local only” rule, then add coconut milk and ginger. Also, sauté the onions in coconut oil.

    See you at the market!

  56. Martin says:

    I would make a banana, chocolate, peanut butter milkshake! Mmm… 😀

  57. Allison says:

    All the smoothies!

  58. Natalie says:

    I would make homemade almond butter!

  59. Natalie says:

    I would make homemade almond butter! I also followed you both on instagram!

  60. Natalie says:

    I would make homemade almond butter! I also liked you both on facebook!

  61. Sarah says:

    Smoothie, then pesto, then soup, then smoothie again.

  62. Sarah says:

    Also followed on Instragram!

  63. Isabelle says:

    I’m pretty sure my I would make an avocado shake first – so good!

  64. Sarah says:

    I would start with a puree for my baby, who is so picky about texture… Cooked chicken, quinoa and sweet potato! Following you on Instagram and fb 🙂

  65. Melissa Staddon says:

    The first thing I would make in a new blender is a wicked post workout protein smoothie!
    – 1/2 cup oats
    – 1 scoop peanut butter protein powder
    – 1 banana
    – 2 tbsp cocoa powder
    – 1/2 cup almond milk
    – 1 cup ice

    Cannot wait! 🙂

  66. Amanda says:

    Ooh I want this guy sooooo bad! ! Soup season is coming fast, I’d make every blended soup I could for my family and I.

  67. Anne says:

    I’d probably make something boring like a smoothie. But when fall comes around it would be in soup mode!

  68. Karen says:

    Smoothies forever!

  69. Amanda says:

    Followed both on instagram! 🙂

  70. Nicole says:

    I would celebrate my win with vegan cheesecake. And peanut butter. And a smoothie. Heck, let’s through in a margarita!

  71. Catherine says:

    I am like you, my blender is really old and doesn’t really work. I keep it around but it never gets pulled out of the cupboard! I would use this new blender to blend creamy soups and make delicious smoothies!

  72. Catherine says:

    Liked on instagram (its been a while – love your page!); also liked kitchenaid on Instagram.

  73. Catherine says:

    Liked both the goudalife and kitchenaid on facebook!

  74. Catherine says:

    Followed @KitchenAid_CA and @thegoudalife on twitter!

  75. Krista Leben says:

    I experimented with making different flavours of nut butters at home (almond & smoked paprika is my favourite combo so far!), but alas my old food processor can’t do the trick. Not enough power! I’d love to be able to blend up some neat flavors (chai almond butter is at the top of my to-do list–mmmm!) at home and have them come out properly! Would love to snag this to be able to do just that!

  76. Krista Leben says:

    Already follow thegoudalife on Instagram + followed Kitchenaid Canada!

  77. Krista Leben says:

    Already like The Gouda Life on Facebook + liked KitchenAid Canada!

  78. Christina McMahon says:

    A taste of that cool fall air has blown in Ottawa this week and has me craving comfort food. I think I would first make a creamy squash soup, spiced with curry to the nines with the Torrent! 🙂

  79. Danielle says:

    With some cooler evenings coming on strong out here in B.C., I would definitely make a soup!

  80. Danielle says:

    Already liked goudalife on Instagram and liked kitchen aid now too!

  81. Danielle says:

    Already liked goudalife on Facebook and just liked kitchenaid canada on there too!

  82. Lynne says:

    The Torrent sounds fabulous and it would definitely be put to good use here! Nut butters, humus and smoothies would be first up followed by glorious soups 🙂

  83. Lynne says:

    I already liked The Gouda Life and Kitchen Aid on Facebook

  84. Lynne says:

    Now following The Gouda Life and Kitchen Aid on Instagram 🙂

  85. Dana says:

    Chocolate hazelnut butter!

  86. Kelsey Sarah says:

    Very cool looking blender! I’d probably start off with my old favourite hummus recipe – and it would probably be a lot easier in an actual blender than the tiny food processor I use now! Maybe some creamy asparagus soup as well!

  87. Kelsey Sarah says:

    Liked goudalife and kitchenaid canada on Facebook, under Kelsey Sarah.

  88. Kelsey Sarah says:

    Followed goudalife and kitchenaid canada on twitter as ksbrennan

  89. Barb says:

    I would love to make some autumn soups with this!

  90. Barb says:

    I like The Gouda Life & Kitchen Aid on Facebook

  91. Janine says:

    Yes please! I’m smoothie obsessed and my current blender is the pits.

  92. Barb says:

    I follow The Gouda Life & KitchenAid on Instagram

  93. Janine says:

    Following on Instagram

  94. Janine says:

    And Twitter 🙂

  95. Jen says:

    All of the berry protein shakes!

  96. Natalie Fraser says:

    I’d make roasted red pepper soup for the winter!

  97. Barb says:

    I’m following The Gouda Life & KitchenAid Canada on Twitter!

  98. Natalie Fraser says:

    I followed kitchenaid and the goudalife on facebook!

  99. Jen says:

    Liked goudalife and kitchenaid Canada on Facebook, under Jen Ralph

  100. Jen says:

    Liked goudalife and kitchenaid Canada on twitter as @bigjebbers

  101. Natalie Fraser says:

    I followed thegoudalife and kitchenaid on instagram!

  102. Jen says:

    Liked goudalife and kitchenaid Canada on instagram as bigjebbers

  103. Marie-Andree says:

    This newly pregnant mom is having the worst time eating certain types of foods these days, and a silky smooth homemade cream of broccoli soup would be my number 1. Next, daily smoothies jam packed with spinach, banana and strawberries. God, yes. That’s what I want in my belly.

  104. Marie-Andree says:

    I follow you both on Insta (mabz_brisson)

  105. Marie-Andree says:

    And now following on Twitter 🙂

  106. Melissa S says:

    The first thing I would make with this beaut would be a silky smooth curried parsnip soup, quickly followed by a smoky baba ganoush:)

  107. shamima says:

    Liked The Gouda Life and Kitchen Aid Canada on facebook (shamima khan)

  108. shamima says:

    The first thing I’d make is a kale, pineapple and avocado smoothie!

  109. shamima says:

    Followed The Gouda Life and KitchenAid Canada on instagram (shamima K(

  110. shamima says:

    Followed The Gouda Life and KitchenAid Canada on twitter (@shamima)

  111. Meghan H.S. says:

    I have been craving carrot ginger soup like crazy! I think that would be my first whirl in the blender!!

  112. Meghan H.S. says:

    I have followed Gouda life and kitchenaid on Instagram

  113. Meghan H.S. says:

    Following Gouda life and kitchen aid on Twitter!

  114. Daphne Kavanagh says:

    I’ll be trilled to Try it. He look powerfull for smoothies potages etc. With my family of 6, it would be a delight to Cook with it. Thanx Can’t wait to try your recipes

  115. Alison says:

    I would make a huge batch of tomato soup. I’ve been desperate for a Vitamix ever since a good friend made me fresh tomato soup in hers, but it sounds like this blender could give it a run for it’s money…!

  116. ceecee says:

    I’d make a smoothie first!

  117. ceecee says:

    Following both on instagram @withinthekitchen

  118. ceecee says:

    Follow both on twitter

  119. ceecee says:

    Liked both on facebook!

  120. Gary Olsen says:

    I’d make a Blueberry Balsamic Vinaigrette!

  121. SueSueper says:

    The first thing I would make would be a Caramel Milkshake.

  122. SueSueper says:

    I FOLLOW thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Instagram

    I am SueSueper on Instagram

  123. SueSueper says:

    I FOLLOW thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Twitter

    I am @SueSueper on Twitter

  124. SueSueper says:

    I like thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Facebook

    I am SueSueper Sue on Facebook

  125. Meghan says:

    I will make homemade lentil hummus! My absolute fave which I don’t like to buy, as store bought contains questionable oils.

  126. This is a no-brainer. I have two weeks left of this pregnancy, and let me tell you, the first thing I will blending is a giant batch of margaritas.

  127. Kat says:

    great giveaway!

    morning smoothie for the kiddos with kale from the garden (they kiddos pick it in their pj’s…and then I chase them down to wipe their dewy feet off)

  128. Anaïs says:

    I Would make smooties everyday! Hummus, soup, pesto, fruit yogourt,

  129. Shelly says:

    i would definitely roast up an assortment of fall root veggies and and then blend them into a (hopefully) silky smooth creamy soup ….without actually using cream. Mmmmmmmmmm
    Fingers crossed that my number comes up!

  130. Shelly says:

    Following on Instagram

  131. Shelly says:

    Liked on Facebook

  132. Jessica says:

    I would definitely make a pureed soup. Likely of the broccoli and spinach variety, maybe with some cheese on top.

    I would then make lemon-y hummus for the week and smoothies every day. 🙂

  133. Caitlin says:

    I would make blueberry banana smoothies for all!!

  134. Caitlin says:

    Followed thegoudalife and kitchenaid on Instagram 🙂

  135. Russell says:

    I would make my favourite smoothie: greek yogurt, banana, peanut butter, almond milk, spinach and honey

  136. Russell says:

    Follow on Instagram as kipperkahn

  137. Russell says:

    Follow on Twitter as @kipperkahn

  138. Russell says:

    Like on Facebook as Russell Porter

  139. BD says:

    I’d make a wild mushroom soup – simple but beautiful

  140. BD says:

    Liked on Facebook

  141. Hillary says:

    I would make a stupid amount of pesto, followed by endless hummus!

  142. Hillary says:

    I followed both accounts on all three platforms: Instagram (@hillaryelle), liked on Facebook (Hillary Lutes) and Twitter (@hillarylutes)

  143. Julie says:

    Potato and leek soup. Fall favourite.

  144. Alex Phillips says:

    I would make an ice coffee with frozen almond milk ice cubes and cold brew.

  145. Jenn says:

    I would make Fall soups and nut milks!

  146. Chrissie says:

    Well my baby just started eating solids so this would be perfect for making baby food!!!! And would save us a lot of money lol.

  147. Heather says:

    Definitely a gazpacho with the last summer tomatoes and peppers.

  148. Heather says:

    Following both on Twitter.

  149. Heather says:

    Liked both on Facebook.

  150. Eve Honeywell says:

    I would make a berry smoothie first!

  151. Eve Honeywell says:

    I liked thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Facebook

  152. Eve Honeywell says:

    I followed thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Twitter as captcitrus

  153. Jade says:

    This would be great for making my morning smoothie! No more spinach bits, houray!

  154. Julia Crosier says:

    I was just listening to a podcast that featured green smoothies. I’d love to get going on that healthy habit but I don’t have a blender! Winning this would certainly help with that 🙂

  155. Susan says:

    I would make great soups in this blender!

  156. Eve Honeywell says:

    I followed thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Instagram as captcitrus

  157. Meg says:

    I’d make a nice creamy soup!

  158. Meg says:

    I followed thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Twitter as ManitobaMeg!

  159. Meg says:

    I liked thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Facebook! (Manitoba Meg)

  160. Karla Sceviour says:

    I would try it out by making classic vanilla milkshakes for my family!!! What an awesome giveaway!

  161. Karla Sceviour says:

    I follow you both on twitter

  162. Karla Sceviour says:

    I follow both on instagram

  163. Karla Sceviour says:

    I follow both on facebook
    Karla Sceviour

  164. Steve says:

    I would blend up my hopes and dreams and would drink them daily.

    If that’s not possible, I’d try and blend a full hot dog. Just to see what it looked like when all I said and done.

  165. Jennie says:

    It is a weekly battle with my CSA basket and this would make quick use of the kale, carrots, beets etc that are in my fridge! Yay for smoothies and juice!

  166. Jennie says:

    Have followed the thegoudalife + KitchenAid on twitter at @jghndrsn

    *fingers crossed*

  167. Andrea MacLeod says:

    I probably would make a smoothie. We are out of the baby food phase with my kiddo.

  168. Andrea MacLeod says:

    I follow KitchenAidCA as andreamacleod84 on Instagram, but I can’t follow you. Maybe I am blocked???

  169. Andrea MacLeod says:

    Following you both no Twitter as @AndreaMacLeod84.

  170. Andrea MacLeod says:

    And obviously I like you both on Facebook. Otherwise I wouldn’t know about this.

  171. Tracey Bigelow says:

    I SHOULD say I’d make some yummy baby food for my littlest one… But I’m I’m gonna go ahead and be REAL and admit I’d make some nom-licious honey-roasted root vegetable soup with ALL the goat cheese on top…(because Mama’s gotta eat too?;) #allthesoups

  172. Alexis B says:

    I’d make some kind of tasty alcoholic slushie

  173. Alexis B says:

    Following thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Instagram as @bossenator

  174. Alexis B says:

    Following thegoudalife + KitchenAid on Twitter as bossenator

  175. Alexis B says:

    facebook liked thegoudalife + KitchenAid as Alexis Bosse

  176. Cait says:

    Our ghetto blender (the same one we used when I was a kid…so likely from the 80’s?!) just isn’t cutting it anymore. Eleven lbs sour cherries followed us home from the farmer’s market last weekend & this would really take our banana-cherry smoothies up a notch!

  177. Samantha says:

    I would make smoothies for the whole family.

    We love to go to the grocery store with our 7 year old where we pick out a new and “weird” fruit that we’ve never had before. Often times the only way their edible is to blend them and mix them. We love our smoothies!

  178. Samantha says:

    Followed on all three platforms!
    (Two of three I was already following on)

  179. Stacey says:

    I would first make pesto with all the arugula kale and basil in my garden. Then soup. For my dad. In bulk so it can be taken out one by one for him and he’ll always have my cooking. But definitely pesto for all. 🙂

  180. Stacey says:

    I’ve followed on Facebook!!

  181. Stacey says:

    Following on Twitter

  182. Stacey says:

    And now on Instagram. Please please pick me!

  183. Josie says:

    I would make some margaritas to celebrate!

  184. Emmett C says:


  185. Samantha says:

    I would make some boozy coladas and daquiris.. err, I mean, soup and baby food! Lots of baby food.

  186. Alessandra says:

    The first thing I would do is use the Torrent to blend all the local fruit that we have left to make a Popsicle mixture and freeze it to keep summer alive just a little bit longer.

  187. Lee says:

    I know it’s cliché, but I would HAVE to make a pumpkin chai spice latte/smoothie!!!!!!

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