Week #21: Mission Monday Challenge: Comfort food

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Happy Mission Monday! The weather is turning colder which means comfort food time is here! What food do you turn to, to get through the chiller months of the year? Our favorite is a nice big bowl of macaroni and cheese—you’re never too old to enjoy a classic!  Share with us what is your go-to comfort food is, is it a nice big bowl of soup after a long day outside raking leaves or some warm apple pie to cap off a perfect family dinner? We hope you take a moment to play along on Twitter or Facebook.

Today’s challenge: Share with us your favorite spice for this time of year for a chance to win a spice prize pack.

If you’re playing along on Facebook, simply comment in our Mission Monday post before 11:59 p.m. ET tonight to be entered to win!

If you’d like to play along on Twitter, simply tweet us your answer with #wildoatsmission #sweeps by 11:59 p.m. ET today to be entered to win!

Good luck! Full Sweepstakes rules and details can be found here Twitter and Facebook.

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2 Responses to Week #21: Mission Monday Challenge: Comfort food

  1. Cheryl Bertolini says:

    Vegetarian chili , vegetable barley soup and pasta and bean soup:)

  2. Rodney Kelly says:

    My favorite spice for this time of year is nutmeg!! It adds that extra zing to everything from bar-b-q to all of your baking needs to that favorite pot of soup or stew that quenches everyone’s hunger

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