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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Foodbuzz Giveaways and Contests

One of the things I love about Foodbuzz is all of the contests and giveaways.  Jason from Ancient Fire Wines and I are having our own contest right now for those who subscribe to CSA's or shop at their local farmer's market.  Remember to post your comments for that contest.  Here's the loot I got from our CSA and at our farmer's market today:



And, here's the loot we got from a walk around our yard:




I'm thinking a sweet corn risotto from Cat Cora's new cookbook for the corn.  Scott Duncan's (The Inexpensive Eater) roasted beets with the beets.  A salad with the sunflower shoots and snap peas.  More of the eggplant and tomato salad with eggplant and tomatoes.  (Stay tuned for that posting - it was fantastic!)  Maybe some applesauce with the apples.  An herb salad with the basil and some goodies from our herb garden - chives and chive blossoms, tarragon, parsley...  On top of all of that, I have 10 pounds of blueberries delivered from Michigan early this week.  There's a blueberry pie post and a blueberry crumble post calling my name...


So what are some of the contests going on on Foodbuzz?


Adventures in the Pioneer Valley is giving away some gift cards to CSN.  Here's the URL:  http://pioneervalleyma.blogspot.com/2010/07/lazy-summer-saturdays-tag-sales-and.html


Authentic Suburban Gourmet is having a crostini contest.  I've entered my daughter-in-law's garlic shrimp crostini.  Here's the link to that:
http://kateiscooking.blogspot.com/2010/05/garlic-shrimp-crostini.html

And, the link to the contest:
http://authenticsuburbangourmet.blogspot.com/2010/07/crostini-challenge-giveaway.html#comment-form

Baking Serendipity is also giving away a gift card from CSN but she's doing a muffin contest to do so. 

I've entered the Lemon Lavender Blueberry Muffins here.

Here's the link to the muffin contest:
http://bakingserendipity.blogspot.com/2010/07/banana-blueberry-crumb-muffins-and.html

Enjoy!

3 comments:

Chef Dennis said...

I love our farmers market.....I got some great Russian Heirloom Tomatoes today, grown in our great jersey soil! Of course more zucchini blossoms, and a nice variety of fruit, fresh organic eggs, and other veggies!

Kate said...

Lucky you to be able to get zucchini blossoms! Our farmers market doesn't have them.

Trish said...

Thanks for all the helpful info! Cheers!