Sunday, September 4, 2011

2nd Anniversary giveaway week: Rose Water (L’eau de roses)!



*** Update: #3, Debbie, you won! Congratulations! ~Lyndi ***

(It's Day 5)

Rose water.

It’s trendy yet has an old-fashioned vibe.  Old is new again.

Rose water is extracted from the purest of rose petals via steam.  You may have seen rose water pop up as an ingredient as you browse blogs, view cooking shows, and stay on top of foodstuffs from around the world.

Rose water's light and delicate notes can be added to delicate French pastry glazes and creams or added to sugars.  Often it is added to Middle Eastern, Indian, and Greek foods such as baklava or rice puddings.  SeriousEats has an entire article devoted to rose water recipes.

It’s so foodie.

Want some?


Prize:

A lucky someone will be getting a bottle of finest quality Rose Water from Nielsen-Massey Vanillas.

Contest ends next Sunday, September 11th at midnight (CDT).  I will pick a winner via randomizer.

Eligibility:

Leave me a comment, preferably with your twitter or blog name to make it easy to contact you.  If you don’t have either, that’s okay, leave your name (need help on how to leave a comment?)   

Comment question: 

Q: What interests you most about using rose water?

Want extra changes to win?

+1 extra entry:  Tweet this giveaway (leave an extra comment to let me know!)

+1 extra entry:  Facebook this giveaway (tag nwafoodie in the giveaway and leave an extra comment to let me know!)

No purchase necessary to enter. Contest void where prohibited. Contest open to members who are 18 years or older. Contest open only to US residents only.

Good luck!

Lyndi

Eat well, my friends.  Eat well.

Note: This post was pre-scheduled.


#3

8 comments:

  1. Great giveaway! I want to start using rose water because I had an amazing lemonade drink at a Persian restaurant that used rose water. Would love to recreate it at home.
    www.themightyrib.com

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  2. Reposted on Facebook

    I have several uses for rose water in baking as well as beverages.

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  3. My blog is diningwithdebbie DOT blogspot DOT com.

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  4. Ohhh... I'd love this.
    It may insire me to make my own baklava, and more sorbets.

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  5. Debbie gets an entry entry because she tweeted this giveaway on dining with deb :)

    Lyndi

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