Contest time! (*Note: this contest was posted on my Facebook page but you can participate without it - see below for details.)
I started Elgin Harvest as a creative outlet for my food fantasies and also to serve as an example and encouragement to fellow food lovers that we have some incredibly delicious foods grown & produced right here in our own backyard. My view on food tends to be swayed from my professional chef training, but it is more influenced as a community member than anything else; I want my neighbours to be able to make a living at providing wholesome, delectable, fresh, and safe food for me and my family.
2013 has been a roller coaster of a year for Elgin Harvest and throughout it all there has always been support from my friends and followers - and I thank you all for sending me the encouragement to proceed on in a meat & potato world.
As another way of giving thanks, I will be running a contest until 12 noon on December 8 where you will have a chance to win one jar of dried tomatoes preserved in olive oil, one jar of beer brined pickled jalapenos, and one jar containing a 4-ounce round of Cabecou cheese marinated in spices and olive oil. Just to sweeten the pot, the winner will also receive a cotton tote bag and apron from Elgin Harvest.
So, what do you have to do to win this locally delicious prize pack?
1. Make a comment below stating which independent local food grower or producer in your community is your favourite (doesn't have to be from Elgin County but does have to be close to YOU)
For pretend bonus points: Share this post with your friends using the icons below.
Contest only open to residents of Canada.
Eating. Drinking. Sharing.