Robynn's Ravings is having three contests in one, and I'm giving you a chance to head over there to enter yourself in one. She's offering $50 worth of Great Harvest Bread Company's outstanding offerings (which is where I buy my own bread, at this store in Bellingham), or a gift certificate for two to Chipotle's Restaurant (I won one of these myself last fall, and it's a GREAT place to eat), or a DVD of the documentary "Food, Inc." I reviewed that documentary here.
I wrote a post here about kamut bread, which is now being offered at our local GHBC, and if you do indeed win, you'll have a chance to try out their amazing bread. If you don't have one near you, Robynn says that GHBC will send it to you!
If you enter by going to the handy link I provided above, you can't go wrong. And by the way, Robynn is a really wonderful and humorous writer, if by some chance you haven't already discovered her during your travels around the blogosphere. Speaking of travels, while I was wandering around the Farmers' Market last Saturday, I saw this lovely sign and hope it makes you smile, as I did when I saw it.
I think Austin has a Great Harvest Bread store. Bread with butter is a weakness for me, almost a dessert.ReplyDelete
In fact just reading about Great Harvest makes me hungry for some fresh bread. I have the fixings - whole wheat flour, gluten - the bread machine, and some unsalted, sweet cream butter. Before the day is out, the bread machine will be working.
I imagine the bread would not keep over the long trip to Hawaii. Too bad! Meanwhile, I love to eat Milton's whole grain bread that is sold at Costco... and homemade bread, too. I should dust off my breadmaker machine and bake a loaf.ReplyDelete
Sweet of her... by I doubt Europeans qualify! ;o)ReplyDelete
Robynn's post says if necessary, GHBC will send mixes so people at a distance can bake up their own bready wonderfulness. I'm definitely going to enter!ReplyDelete
Great harvest bread company...I love the name and the implied multigrain breads within. I have a soft spot for authentic stone ground bread.ReplyDelete
Love that breadReplyDelete
yes I will go enter (o:
I keep checking out the eagles...so amazing
Awesome...I'll head over there.ReplyDelete
We have a Great Harvest in Geneva...but they don't make spelt or Kamut bread. I was so disappointed. I love Kamut and it's gluten free.
Thanks for the chance to win.
Hi DJan, first of all I have to tell you have made me into an eagle addict. Hubby and I have been watching the eagles for hours. It is fascinating.ReplyDelete
Hubby makes our bread but we are always looking for different breads. I will check out the blog you recommend.
I love the sign. I need to wake up and remind myself of that each morning! I'll have to check Robynns blog...ReplyDelete
Thanks for the info!ReplyDelete
Mmmmm! Chipotle's is my favorite place to eat. I love their salads. I have even converted Pete to love eating there. When I first encountered Chipotle's it was in Dayton Ohio while traveling. They didn't exist in Florida, but in the last two years they have been sprouting up everywhere. We like to ride the bike (motorcycle) in to Tampa and have a delicious lunch.ReplyDelete
DJan! I'm so sorry to be late in thanking you for this LOVELY and GENEROUS write up. Isn't GHB GREAT?! You were my inspiration for contacting them you know. I'll be back!ReplyDelete