Menu for Hope

Posted by Anita on 12.11.06 7:00 AM

menu for hope prize (c)2006 AECNo need to book a plane ticket, or shop for an expensive hotel room. As part of this year’s Menu for Hope food blogger charity raffle, “Married …with Dinner” will send one lucky winner everything she needs to take a foodie’s tour of the San Francisco Bay Area from the comfort of her own kitchen!

Your “Armchair Food Tour of the San Francisco Bay Area” includes taste-tempting treats from four Northern California counties.

The first stop on our tour is San Francisco, where we pick up:
- a copy of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market cookbook
- a 4.25-oz holiday ornament filled with assorted Ghirardelli chocolates

We cross the bay to Berkeley, and sample:
- a 3/4-pound bag of Peet’s Coffee limited-edition Holiday Blend
- a 13.5-oz. jar of Scharffen Berger Pure Dark Ganache Chocolate Sauce
- an 8-oz. pot of June Taylor Blackberry Conserve

Then over the Golden Gate Bridge to the Wine Country, where we find:
- a 1-pound bag of Rancho Gordo “Ojo de Tigre” heirloom beans
- a 12.5-oz. bottle of Sonoma Syrup Company’s Eureka Lemon simple syrup

The total value of this gourmet gift basket is more than $75! Your winning bid includes FREE shipping to any address in the continental US. [If you live beyond the 48 states, we'll foot bill for shipping up to $25. Please contact chef (at) marriedwithdinner (dot) com and we'll estimate shipping charges for you, if you're interested.]

This raffle prize is CODE UW-34. (Write that down… you’ll need it later.)

Enough of all that!! How do you qualify to win this glorious prize? It’s SOOO simple:

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  1. Check out the other cool items available on Becks & Posh, and Chez Pim. (We know you want OUR prize, but you might want to bid on others, too … you generous foodie, you.)
  2. Go to the donation page for Menu for Hope III. This year, funds raised will go to support the United Nation’s World Food Programme.
  3. Make a donation! Each $10 pledge will give you one virtual raffle ticket toward a prize of your choice. Please specify which prize or prizes you’d like in the ‘Personal Message’ section in the donation form when confirming your donation. Don’t forget to mention how many tickets you want to allot per prize, and please use the prize code — for example, a donation of $50 can buy 2 tickets for UW-01 and 3 for UW-34 (our prize, natch).
  4. If your company matches your charity donations, please remember to check the appropriate box on your submission and fill in the information so Menu for Hope can claim the corporate match.
  5. Please also check the box that allows the contest gurus to see your email address so that they can contact you in case you win. Your email address will not be shared with anyone.
  6. Check back on Chez Pim on January 15, when Pim will announce the result of the entire raffle. (We’ll also announce the winner of the Armchair Food Tour here.)

Good luck to all! And thanks for helping support a worthy cause.

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5 Comments

Comment by sam

Hi Anita – thank you so much for taking part – and apologies again for the mix up. We got there in the end. I never imagined google would put my friends in the spam box without asking me. Tut!

Great prize, thanks

Sam

Posted on 12.11.06 at 8:13AM

Comment by Pim

Hi Anita,

Thanks for participating. I just added your photo to the list. Sorry for the slip up, but all is good now.

We made over $7,000 already!! Woo hoo!

cheers,
Pim

Posted on 12.12.06 at 10:09AM

Comment by Brett

Lots of tasty treats in that basket, Anita. June Taylor, Scharffen Berger, Rancho Gordo, and a delicious sounding syrup that I’d love to try. And a cookbook! Very cool.

Posted on 12.12.06 at 6:37PM

Comment by Faith

Great package. Made you Blog Appetit’s featured Menu for Hope prize of the day.

Posted on 12.14.06 at 8:53AM

Comment by Anita

Thanks, Faith! :)

Can you believe that we’ve raised almost $15K already??

Posted on 12.14.06 at 9:40AM

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