Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

Giveaway:

Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

Regular readers may remember a recipe that I posted last week for a delectable Tomato, Olive and Caper Tart; the tart was made with some of the ingredients I received from the Kitchen Nomad, a wonderful new way to discover the world in the comfort of your own home! You can read all about my review of the box I was sent here: A Nomad in my Kitchen! My Big Fat Greek Tomato, Olive and Caper Tart, as well as make the recipe for the tart, which is shared in my post. Clara, the lovely marketing lady from Kitchen Nomad has very kindly offered me the very same box to offer all Lavender and Lovage readers as a PRIZE! I can tell you all that you are in for a TREAT if you are lucky enough to win it, as there are some amazing high quality ingredients in the box, along with some fabulous recipe cards to get you started too!  The prize comprises:

Kitchen Nomad Greek Box (RRP £22)

A Nomad in my Kitchen! My Big Fat Greek Tomato, Olive and Caper Tart

Greek Box

Dukkah Spice Mix

the real greek dukkes

Vine Leaves in Brine

Vine leaves J&P

Kalamata Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Odysea olive oil 500ml

Greek Capers

Capers J&P

Kalamata Black Olives

Calamata olives J&P

Orzo Pasta

Orzo J&P

Organic Tomato Sauce

New tomato sauce

Cassia Bark

cassia bark nature kitchen

Dried Greek Figs

the greek deli figs

Plus recipe cards for:

Dolmades

Dolmades

Prawn Saganaki

Prawn Saganaki

Youvetsi

Youvetsi

Tart with Olives & Capers

Tart with Olives & Capers

Fig & Walnut Bake

Fig & Walnut Bake

All you have to do to win this lovely box of Greek sunshine is to follow the following rules:

Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

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

1. Complete the Rafflecopter widget below to verify your entries – THREE mandatory questions will appear, which you need to answer by leaving a comment at the bottom of the post, liking the Kitchen Nomad Facebook page and my Facebook Page, 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: 18th October 2013

(For more information on how to enter blog giveaways using Rafflecopter please see this short video

You can win more bonus entries by tweeting on a daily basis.

It’s EASY! Rafflecopter will tweet, like and follow on your behalf. For information on finding the URL of your tweet please see this.

GOOD LUCK!

Karen

A Nomad in my Kitchen! Plus, My Big Fat Greek Tomato, Olive and Caper Tart

A Nomad in my Kitchen! Plus, My Big Fat Greek Tomato, Olive and Caper Tart

Terms and Conditions:

With a BIG thanks to Kitchen Nomad who are providing this wonderful prize of a Special Kitchen Nomad Cuisine Box from Greece worth £22:00. 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. The winner will be selected at random by the Rafflecopter widget below and you can enter via Twitter on a daily basis to have more chances of winning.

Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

Giveaway: Go Greek and Win a Kitchen Nomad World Cuisine Box!

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Comments

  1. Helen Humphries says

    I do loved stuffed vine leaves but would probably go West of Greece to the Italian pasta with eggplants and artichokes.

  2. Shonaigh Mudie says

    A lovely giveaway, really enjoy Greek food and feel there is still much more to discover. I like their breads and fava

  3. says

    I’ve never been to the med, but when I think of the food there, I imagine great huge platters of perfectly ripe tomatoes dripping with juice, torn leaves of basil and plump olives all drizzled with golden olive oil. And bread, I’m sure there would be lots of tasty bread to mop up the juices :)
    Janie x

  4. says

    I’m an absolute sucker for crusty bread, brushed with olive oil, and cracked sea salt and black pepper on top. Or garlic-stuffed olives. Or dolmades. Or baklava. Or- *grin* I’ve a lot of favourites. I have a giant book of Greek cuisine for that very reason! I’m not very good at cooking it though, because it’s so tough to find good ingredients.

  5. princesspamma says

    Gotta be Greek all the way!! We regularly holiday in Corfu, and cooking Greek food authentically makes us think of happy holiday times

  6. Karen Barrett says

    Love Greek food, I worked in a Greek Restaurant when I was at school and have never looked back, we holiday in Mainland Greece regularly.

  7. karen hill says

    feta cheese at the mo, thanks for the chance to win this fab prize, keep fingers crossed, xxx

  8. Paula Smith says

    I love Mediterranean breads. any type, shape or size. You can’t beat freshly baked bread from a local bakery for breakfast when holidaying on the Med.

  9. says

    Vine leaves. Delicious, though Greek :- the first time I tried them was on holiday in Holland. I recall eating them at a table outside the restaurant, as it was a wonderfully sunny day in Amsterdam.

  10. Renate Kriegler Edwards says

    Whenever I find myself in the Mediterranean, I seek the local dish made from fresh calamari. I adore calamari in any form!

  11. Anne Hudson says

    I love Horta with fresh lemon, Skordalia and Kolokythokeftedes and a basket of fresh bread.

  12. Sarah Morris says

    Pasta is my favourite thing to eat, but if we are talking Greek food then I love a nice Beef Stifado.. so yummy.

  13. suzanne says

    starter of halloumi, lountza, dolamades with hoummus, tzatziki and warm bread followed by lamb kleftico or sheftalia then baklava and yoghurt and honey washed down with a bottle of red- perfect!!

  14. Laura C. Martin says

    I am in Greece at the moment, love all Greek foods but particularly the wonderful fresh fruit and veg which actually have so much taste.

  15. JEN LOU MACE says

    So much delicious food – olives, extra virgin Olive oil and Balsamic with rustic bread, sun-dried tomatoes and proper frappe!! x

  16. Maria says

    Dakos- is a Cretan meze consisting of a slice of soaked dried bread or barley rusk topped with chopped tomatoes and crumbled feta or mizithra cheese, olives and flavored with herbs such as dried oregano.

  17. Irene Wright says

    This is a very hard decision to make because we love all different foods. The thing I use most is sun dried tomatoes. They are so versatile – add them to loads of different dishes.

  18. Tara Newman says

    Hoummus!! Nothing better that splitting a stack of freshly made flat breads with my family and diving in a nice dish of hoummus!!

  19. Stephanie Whitehouse says

    All of them – I’m in heaven in a real Greek restaurant by a real Greek sea. If you forced me I’d say olives

  20. Rebecca Nisbet says

    When I went to Crete the hotel had a traditional desert, but I can’t remember for the life of me what it was, I just remember eating loads of it and loving it, I also loved the feta salads they were soooo tasty, you beat sald and fruit from abroad there so much fresher and tastier

  21. Claire Barker says

    Slow roasted vegetables (peppers, onions courgette, augergine, carrots and cherry tomatos) in olive oil, garlic and herbs.

  22. Rachel Marr says

    All of it!
    But especially the Seafood!
    Calamari, I’ve had it across the globe, but nowhere does it taste as good as it does in Greece!
    Crevette, always better eaten outside in the South of France with a chilled glass of wine!
    Bouillabaisse eaten in Malia market in Crete!

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