Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Gourmet Garden Giveaway

So recently I have paired up with Magnum PR and Gourmet Garden to host a giveaway for you peeps, especially for those who love cooking up a feast in the kitchen.
 

Taste the world with Gourmet Garden. These tubes offer the ease and convenience of gourmet cooking with its popular range of squeezable tubes. Gourmet Garden's organically grown herbs deliver the culinary attributes of fresh colours, flavours and aromas whilst giving the consumer a decent shelf life of up to 12 weeks. 

To enter, simply let me know what you would cook with any or even all five tubes via the comment box below. The prize will include Gourmet Garden's classics - basil, coriander, garlic, ginger and hot chilli. 

I will be choosing one winner. Competition closes at 9 pm AEST on the 20th of May 2014. I will be emailing the winner shortly after so please make sure you leave your email address either in the comment box or feel free to shoot me an email at foodisourreligion@gmail.com so I can find you! 

Competition is only for NSW residents only. 

Good luck everyone!

Gotta go eat!!

9 comments:

  1. Wowww, is this garlic paste from a tube?! All finely blended and no hassle with preparing?Then omg we could all make lovely garlic bread pieces to accompany a good charcoal chicken with some garlic sauce made from the garlic paste!!! Yummmm!! :)

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  2. The one i use the most in stir frys is the ginger, so much easier than mincing and skinning knobs of ginger.

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    1. Dear Amy,

      One easy way to skin knobbly ginger is to simply scrape it with a spoon and the skin comes off.

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  3. I would eat the hot chili paste out of the tube just like Kewpie mayo - lol, just joking! :) Seriously though, all but the basil would make fast additions to a versatile spicy Lao dipping sauce (+ fish sauce and lime/lemon juice). The basil paste looks perfect for a quick pesto. Have a happy day! :D

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  4. Sad I cant join. But I will travel there anbd witness such amazing activity

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  5. I love the colorful tubes! I could use the coriander to bring zest to a fresh tomato and lime salsa as a side to chicken or veggie tortilla!

    Julie
    Gourmet Getaways

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  6. We already use the basil for our favourite dinner (for convenience, yum-factor and whole family appeal - a rare thing in our house!) of tomato and basil penne, but I bet that ginger and chilli would be the perfect additions to a stirfry for our Tuesday Thai-day! Thanks for the chance :)

    everbloom36 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  7. I'd probably use it in some sort of stir fry! :D

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  8. I use the coriander, chilli and the garlic for my chermoula marinade - great for the time of the year when coriander gets a bit scarce!

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