Giveaway: Win a Boursin Cooler Bag full of Boursin Cheeses for Christmas

Boursin cooler bag

 Giveaway:

Win a Boursin Cooler Bag full of Boursin Cheeses for Christmas

‘Du pain, du vin, du Boursin’

Du Tracteur Video

Remember those GREAT Boursin adverts, ‘Du pain, du vin, du Boursin’, well, they are back with the “Du Tracteur” video, as seen above if you click on the link! Not only am I a big fan of those quirky Boursin adverts, but, I also ADORE, or should I say j’adore boursin cheese! And now, just to celebrate the launch of Boursin’s delicious new Special Edition Fig & Nut flavour this Christmas, I am offering ONE lucky reader of Lavender and Lovage, the chance to win a cooler bag full of Boursin products to enjoy:

Each cooler bag will include a variety of the Boursin range, including Boursin Garlic & Herb, Black Pepper and Boursin, and Tomato, Onion & Chive flavours…..including the NEW Fig and Nut cheese too!

Boursin cooler bag

Boursin’s new seasonal variety is an aromatic blend of sweet succulent figs and crunchy mixed nuts, combined with its signature creamy, crumbly soft cheese. Savour the flavour as part of your cheese board this Christmas or spread on ciabatta, drizzle with olive oil and top with prosciutto to create a fig and parma ham bruschetta – perfect served as a stylish appetiser during the festive party season…….I CAN’T wait to party this Christmas! I have been sent a sample of this FESTIVE BOURSIN cheese, so also watch out for my review soon too……but for now, here’s your chance to win this FABULOUS Cooler Bag full of Boursin Products. 

To enter this Giveaway, all you have to do is the following:

1. Complete the Rafflecopter widget below to verify your entries – A mandatory question will appear, which you need to answer by leaving a comment at the bottom of the post, before going back to the Rafflecopter form and hitting “Enter”. (After this, you can complete the bonus entries as explained on the form to increase your odds of winning – you can also return daily to tweet this for more bonus entries)

2. Entries are by blog comment, Twitter, Facebook etc

3. Closing Date: Tuesday 4th December 2012

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Good Luck!

Karen

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This Giveaway starts today, Tuesday 6th November 2012 and runs until 4th December 2012

*The winner will be selected at random from all correct entries received. The winner will be notified within 7 days of the closing date. The prize is as stated: no cash alternatives are available. This competition is open to UK entrants only.

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Comments

  1. Laura Williams says

    I love baked Brie and Cranberries, with a crusty bread…. perfect christmas evening supper watching christmas night TV :-)
    Thank you!

    Laura Williams
    @SaladScoffer

  2. julie west says

    My Festive favorite is Stilton & Cranberry sandwiches there tasty but naughty so i only have them as a treat at christmas

  3. Annie T says

    Small salt crusted baked potatoes with garlic and herb Boursin added for last 10 minutes cooking time. There’s never any leftovers………..

  4. Julie Feathers says

    I love making a nice soft cheese and tomato salad, and it is lovely with a little basil oil drissled over

  5. caroline Johnson says

    A proper old fashioned cheese cake with a topping made from blackberries collected ( in September) from the hedgerows in the lane behind my house.

  6. maureen says

    I have a cream cheese recipe for banana cake. But with Boursin I have a recipe that I use with corned beef and boiled potatoes.

  7. Jenny says

    I don’t know any recipes using soft cheese, I only ever eat it as it is or on a sandwich with ham and cucumber.

  8. sarah birkett says

    baked brie with cranberries, is always my favourite but last year I made some wafer thin crisps with parmesan and they were amazing

  9. Jay Scales says

    chocolate truffles made with Philadelphia, sugar, & melted chocolate, dipped in cocoa – great to hand round on Christmas morning :D

  10. Mrs C Corrin says

    I just love this cheese, so versatile, crackers, soft baked bread and my favourite garlic bread, would just love this for over Christmas

  11. Holly Boyd says

    I love my sisters cheese cake however I make a lovely creamy chicken and mushroom dish. Not very christmassy but good any time of year :D

  12. Caroline H says

    Goat’s cheese on a thick slice of homemade bread baked in the oven with a green side salad and onion marmalade. It makes a great starter or light supper and is quite light compared to the rest of the Christmas menu!

  13. Brigitte Leprince says

    Boursin Toasted Sesame Balls as evening snacks at Christmas delicious with a nice glass of wine!

    Tweeted & followed @Rainbow1861

  14. Michelle says

    Hot turkey, bacon and brie panini with cranberry sauce. Not exactly a recipe, I suppose, but it’s what we love!

  15. Katie says

    Is goats cheese considered soft? If so, caramelised red onion marmalade/chutney on crusty french bread with goats cheese on top and bunged under the grill/

  16. Beverley Marsh says

    Chicken breast stuffed with Boursin cream cheese which has been mixed with finely chopped sauted mushrooms and shallot, then the chicken breast wrapped in pancetta and baked in the oven. Scrumptious and delish!!

  17. Alice Matthews says

    I amke a really simple supper by gently sweating a leek in a little butter, adding some quorn pieces and stirring in some Boursin. It is great mixed with pasta or on a baked potato and served with a glass of wine.

  18. says

    I’m not sure I know of a christmas dish that involves soft cheese, but I do get excited by things like alcohol-infused mascarpone. I might make a cheesecake filled with christmas spices this year!

  19. claire says

    I make mini olive scones and fill them with garlic & herb flavour boursin. Served at our Christmas tea buffet style.

  20. Liz Almond says

    Sunblush tomatoes topped with Boursin and a fresh basil leaf – makes a very tasty canape, plus it’s veggie, gluten-free and so easy that you can get the kids involved in making them.

  21. Maria Turner says

    My favourite use of cheese at Christmas is just to warm a Brie in the oven, then serve with crackers to dip into the lovely creamy warm cheese

  22. Louise Comb says

    I use a round of Boursin Cheese covered in a thick layer of sweet chilli sauce, with a small sprig of holly for decoration. It makes a delicious Christmas dip to go with savoury biscuits, celery and pepper slices, and bread sticks.

  23. Barbara Bunning says

    Take a small turkey breast, make a slit along the top, put in Boursin Garlic & Herb and add a bay leaf, wrap the lot in bacon and bake in medium oven for around 35 minutes until juices run clear – absolutely delious and a great juicy way to do turkey, which can be a bit dry!

  24. Hilary Grey says

    A gorgeous Christmassy starter is flat mushrooms with the stalks removed, the space left filled with a teaspoon of cranberry jelly, the rest of the mushroom crammed with creamy boursin and the whole thing topped with a layer of grated cheese and breadcrumbs for crunch. :-)

    This is also brilliant for a quick, fuss free, emergency main course for an unexpected veggie!

  25. jackie m says

    I love using the borsin cheese tossed in with hot drained pasta. Add a few tiny red cherry tomatoes for some christmas color and it one of my fav quick suppers during busy periods like the holidays.

  26. Catherine Owen says

    I dont have a favourite recipe, but its the one time of the year i make up a lovely cheese board, with lots of different cheeses :)

  27. Victoria N says

    Smoked salmon curls – smoked salmon wrapped around a soft cheese such as boursin or a cream cheese with a splash of lemon juice on the top and some cracked black pepper. A great starter for Christmas day.
    Thanks for the giveaway x

  28. Laura Dye says

    Using leftover turkey, Ilay out the strips of turkey, spread Boursin on them, then wrap them in bacon and fry them! Delicious with potatoes & veg, like a posh-christmas-turkey-kiev!

  29. Laura Cooper says

    Wrap a turkey breast around some boursin and a teaspoon of cranberry sauce (then bake) – Christmas yummyness!

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