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August 13, 2008

Filed under: Uncategorized — ros @ 5:03 pm

So, not long ago I was asked if I was interested in supporting Allrecipes and their new website by giving £100 of Waitrose vouchers to a reader of this blog.

What I’d give to have £100 of Waitrose vouchers now! 

Bit of a no-brainer really. Shame I can’t enter this myself! So, below is a message from our friends at Allrecipes- it’ll just take a minute to enter and you never know,,,,

Please note, I didn’t write this but, if you have any trouble with links, let me know and I’ll try to fix.

Calling all Cookery Masterminds!

To celebrate the launch of Allrecipes in the UK, we and our friends at Waitrose are offering you the chance to win £100 worth of grocery vouchers by proving you know your basil from your bay leaves!

To prove yourself as the UK’s Cookery Mastermind you will need to do the following:

1.       Find the answers to the five questions listed below

2.       Take the first letter of each answer to make a secret code

3.       If your guess is correct you could stand a chance of winning a bumper weeks grocery shopping

1. What type of cheese is needed to make Nanmurat’s legendary salad? Hint: Click here

2. Edie Moon’s strawberry salad is both sweet and ­­­­­_________? Hint: Click here -

3. Polly Welby’s heavenly chocolate moouse does not include which poultry product? Hint: Click here

4. The Cobb Salad was invented in which country? Hint: Click here -

5. Black Bean Salsa was inspired by what type of cuisine? Hint: Click here -

Got your code? Click here -  http://www.allrecipes.co.uk/ScavengerHuntEntry.aspx?cid=livingtoeat to enter

Good luck and happy cooking!

1 Comment »

  1. Ros:
    This also brings to mind that if visitors are interested in submitting their own favorite recipes for free, they would eventually be included here: http://www.toprecipesource.com
    Keep up your fantastic work!

    Comment by Dan — September 10, 2008 @ 2:49 pm

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