One Handed Cooks Newsletter – Win a Ridge Organics Hamper

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We now have a sparkly new monthly newsletter which will be full of all the wonderful things you need to know. Who wouldn’t want to be in on that? Newsletters are a great way for us to keep in touch with you, particularly as Facebook doesn’t post all our posts to you. That makes us sad. So now you won’t have to miss any of the juicy bits.

What makes this particular moment even more fancy and special is that we have a delightful hamper from Ridge Organics to help us launch. It’s filled to the brim with the loveliest organic bits for your baby. They’re also just nice people to play with, so that helps.

Tell me what’s in the pack!

OK, well here’s what you could win.

Ridge Organics believe that “Going Organic” makes sense. Ridge Organics has a range of organic products suitable for your baby, toddler and the whole family. To find out more and see a full list of products visit;, or like their Facebook page.

What else do you need to know? 

  • The competition starts on 15th April 2013 and ends at midnight Australian EDT on 9th May 2013
  • There is one way to enter the competition: Subscribe to the One Handed Cooks newsletter on the OHC website (, then comment on this post and tell us in 25 words or less your favourite or funniest family “food” moment.
  • All entries will be entered into one draw and the winner will be chosen by the OHC team. There is no purchase required.
  • The winner will be announced on Monday the 12th of May 2013 on the OHC website and contacted via EMAIL. Due to Facebook guidelines the winner’s name will not be announced on the Facebook page.
  •  The judgement of OHC determining the winner is final.
  • The winner has 2 days (48 Hours) to make contact with OHC. If no contact is made, a second draw will be completed.

We at One Handed Cooks were not paid for this post. We chose to partner with Ridge Organics – we love the brands and we would recommend to our readers. All opinions on this site are our true honest opinions. 

For a copy of the full disclaimer please contact us.

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  1. posted by Veronica Hind on April 16, 2013

    Favourite was when my 2yo daughter turned her nose up at the lollies she was offered and asked for a houmous sandwhich instead.

  2. posted by Emma gillam on April 19, 2013

    When my 3 year old and I made a chocolate cake but accidently put gravox powder instead of cocoa powder!!!

  3. posted by Sarah on April 19, 2013

    the funniest, most priceless memory I have is of my daughters first experience with yogurt, can anything beat a gorgeous grinning bub COVERED in food!

  4. posted by Jo Cardamone on April 19, 2013

    The funniest moment was when my 15 month old recently cried and screamed for a bit of my food, which was a curry, so i just gave her some. She loved it and wanted more!!!

  5. posted by Jen on April 20, 2013

    when our daughter tried ice cream for the first time on that 40 deg day & screwed her face up, will never forget the look of complete shock!

  6. posted by Amy on April 22, 2013

    My DS 23 m/o is into role playing at the moment, so it’s one bite for dolly, one for William, Watch out baby Oliver!!

    • posted by Allie on May 14, 2013

      Congratulations Amy – you are our winner. Please contact us to claim your prize, OHC x

  7. posted by Yu Ling on April 23, 2013

    When elliot was 8 months, if he thinks the food put in front of him was boring he’d pretend to take a snooze between bites!

  8. posted by LizThomas on April 23, 2013

    Every mealtime makes me giggle with glee as my son gobbles every mouthful making ‘narm narm narm’ sounds. He sounds exactly like Homer Simpson! If it’s really good he closes his eyes. Such a joy after his fussy sister who woudn’t eat anything!

  9. posted by Megan on April 23, 2013

    Eating his first birthday cake and getting icing smothered everywhere! In his hair, ears, up his nose!

  10. posted by Annemarie on April 29, 2013

    When my 9 month old smears food all over his face with an open hand. Barely anything goes in but he has a great time!


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