Beerenberg Farm Giveaway
Posted in: Events - Wednesday, May 09 2012
UPDATE – I’ve been so busy with other things to broadcast this giveaway properly so I’ve extended the date until the 6th of June, 2012. Looking forward to sending this pack away to someone! :)
It’s high time I spread some Beerenberg Farm joy again by giving away a lovely pack of some of their popular sauces in conjunction with their current campaign: Making Food Amazing. Part of this campaign is the release of some wonderful new recipes that use Beerenberg Farm products in clever way to indeed make your food amazing!
I myself have used Beerenberg Farm’s caramellised onion to add an extra kick to a basic Teriyaki Chicken recipe, and yesterday I baked up some vegan treats (Almond & Blueberry Slice) using their gorgeous new blueberry jam. Beerenberg Farm’s product range is bountiful (over 60 products!) so there’s something for every Australian dining table. No doubt many are already being used as secret ingredients :)
With that in mind, I would like to giveaway a pack of Beerenberg Farm’s Tomato Sauce, Peppercorn Sauce and Coopers Ale Barbeque Sauce to someone who can suggest a way in which a condiment has made a recipe all that much better for them. Perhaps a chutney has added some oomph to a bread dough or a marinade made a notch better by the addition of a sauce? Just let me know what you think might work a treat or anything you’ve discovered through your own cooking.
As always, I’ll include a bonus item for people who enter this competition that ‘like’ my Facebook page :) This competition ends on the 6th of June 2012 and I’ll announce the winner shortly afterwards. Unfortunately I can only send the prize pack to an Australian address.
For those who are already fans of Beerenberg Farm, please download this ‘Making Food Amazing‘ recipe set and let me know if you try them out :)
8 Comments for this entry
ChrisMay 9th, 2012 on 4:42 pm
I add about 100 mL of Beerenberg Chilli Sauce to give my bolognaise sauce a bit of a kick. I’m normally making enough for 10+ serves but you can definitely taste it and it adds a bit of piquancy to the dish.
May 9th, 2012 on 7:00 pm
I always add Tomato sauce to Japanese curry, it gives it another dimension and tastes unreal :)
Sharon FawcettMay 31st, 2012 on 5:05 am
When I cook a tea cake I love to brush the top when some warm raspberry jam before the cake cools.
sarah BJune 4th, 2012 on 2:31 am
Lately ive been really into American Southern food, Gumbo, Jumbalya etc and it may not be traditional but i tried adding tomato sauce to the recipe and it turned out the best i had made. so definatly reccomend trying that out or really anything similar.. it adds a nice tang and sweetness and seems to help bring all the other ingredients together.. x