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A Holiday Giveaway: Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice

Christmas is around the corner, flurries are aflutter and spiced apple cider is back on heavy rotation.  Yes, the holidays have arrived and here’s a gift giveaway to keep the mood fine and festive. As long as you live in the US, you are eligible to win these holidays treats.  Here’s to a little sugar and a little spice to make your holidays nice.

Chambre de Sucre
First, something sweet. This trifecta of gourmet sugars from Chambre de Sucre pairs well with coffee and tea, and is as easy on your eyes as they are on your tongue.  Whether you’re having high tea or just sipping a cuppa joe on Sunday morning, you can spruce it up with a spoonful of this sugar.  I hand-picked three of my favorites, but there are plenty more shapes, colors and varieties to choose from — go ahead, take a peekTo win these sweet treats, leave a comment with what hot beverage you’d pair your sugar with.

World Foods
And now, for some spice. We’ve got a gift from WorldFoods.  A bottle of World Foods Ready to Pour Red Curry, an apron and a handy recipe notebook to jot down all your cooking notes.  You can try your hand at our signature World to Table Cauliflower Soup or simmer with some chicken and vegetables, whatever tickles your fancy.  To win this World Foods trio, leave a comment with what Southeast Asian inspired Holiday dish you’d make with WorldFoods Red Curry sauce.

Here’s how it works. Leave a comment with an answer to either contest question.  If you want to be considered for both gifts, leave two separate comments. The two winners will be chosen at random and announced on Monday, December 20th.

P.S. For some neat holiday gift ideas, you can check out the top picks from our friends at New Asian Cuisine, featuring bento boxes, personalized bamboo cutting boards, and a pair of kid friendly chopsticks.

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3 Responses to A Holiday Giveaway: Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice

  1. Daniela ONeil says:

    When I think of the holidays I think of duck. I would make Thai Red Curry Duck.

  2. Daniela ONeil says:

    Love the Chambre de Sucre sugars. Some look too pretty to consume. I would pair the sugar with a cappuccino.

  3. Arlanne says:

    Red curry with fresh Florida seafood and veggies from our garden!

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