Yesterday I gave you the low-down on a fun and spicy subscription service called RawSpiceBar. Well, today is your chance to enter to win a free 3-month subscription.
That’s right, RawSpiceBar has generously offered to give one lucky LocalFoodRocks reader win a free 3-month subscription.
Each month (for 3-months) you’ll receive:
- 3-4 freshly ground spice blends from one region or geography, enough to create 3 dishes serving 8-12 people
- 3 kitchen-tested recipe cards plus additional recipes online
- Spice blend tasting notes, origin, and history
So, what are you waiting for? Just use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter and share your favorite spice combinations.
The giveaway starts today and ends June 18th at 12 midnight EST. Winners will be selected randomly via Rafflecopter and be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and provide a physical address to which the prize will be mailed before a new winner is selected. If this information is not received, an alternate winner will be chosen by random drawing.
Italian seasoning mix mixed with olive oil and balsamic vinegar is the bomb diggitty.
My favorite spice combination is cumin, cinnamon, brown sugar and garlic! It goes great on chicken and pork!
Fantastic. I love mixing sweet and savory spice combinations like that.
Anything paired with balsamic vinegar gets a thumbs up.
Sugar and cinnamon
I absolutely love cardamom seeds, black peppercorns, cinnamon and nutmeg. I blend them and add them to my chicken!
Yum! I started using more cardamom and love it.
Such a classic. Toast with a little butter, sugar and cinnamon was my one of my favorite treats as a child. (Still is.)
Nutmeg and cinnamon is my favorite combo 🙂
Tumeric and mustard powder tastes really great on ribs
ancho chile, paprika, cumin, and oregano taste great on my mother's chicken!
My favorites are rosemary, thyme and ginger for pork chops – shaunie
Cinnamon and sugar for me as well. I use it on my breakfast for my apples, in my oatmeal, in my tea and on various other fruits 🙂
The Chai tea combo, or a cinnamon/chilli mix for sweet spice.
Anything with cayenne pepper or smoked paprika…