Hey, kids! It’s time for another giveaway! This time I’m teaming up with Gourmet Gardens herb blends just in time for my birthday! When I went to Camp Blogaway last month, I got to taste lots of great products and wine, meet new friends and even came home with lots of goodies. I was one of the fortunate few who won a lunch cooler filled with Gourmet Gardens herb blends.
While I like to use fresh herbs whenever I can, there are sometimes you want just a little bit of basil, parsley or oregano and it isn’t worth it to run out to the store. How many of you keep lemon grass or ginger in your fridge? You can use these herbs in any dish you would normally use dried herbs. How about a tablespoon of the Italian Herb Blend in spaghetti sauce or some basil spread on top of pizza?
So when Mary from Gourmet Gardens contacted me a couple of weeks ago and asked if I’d like to offer one follower a cooler filled with their fabulous herb blends I immediately thought, “Oooh! Birthday Giveaway!”
So the contest is open from today until Midnight on Monday, June 25th and then on my birthday, June 26th, I’ll choose one name at random. Here’s what you’ll receive:
Here’s to a More Flavorful Year Ahead!
Gourmet Garden herbs and spices will ship one lucky reader a soft-sided cooler filled with their herb & spice pastes sold in convenient tubes and found in the produce department of your local supermarket. The cooler will include 11 tubes of Gourmet Garden including Basil, Chili Pepper, Cilantro, Dill, Garlic (regular and chunky), Ginger, Italian Herbs, Lemon Grass, Oregano and Parsley. The herbs and spices are harvested, washed, chopped and refrigerated (never heated) to capture their natural fresh flavor and aroma. Best of all, the tubes can be kept for up to 3 months in your refrigerator, just check the best before date on the cap. Spice it up! Click here for links to more Gourmet Gardens recipes!
So all you have to do is: 1. “Like” my What A Girl Eats Facebook page and leave a comment under this post or on my wall. OR 2. Leave a comment on my What A Girl Eats site under this post, just so that I know you’re interested.