Etruria Italian Olive Oil Giveaway from ChefShop.com

10Mar10

 

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Just when you think you can grab the regular grocery store olive oil and life goes on fine, you get introduced to chefshop.com.

This well-groomed cyber boutique cooking shop is home to some of the world’s best kept culinary treasures. You can create entire gastronomic feasts in one simple online shopping trip, choosing from the ample selections of pastas, sauces, honey and jams, mustards, oils, vinegars, olives and barbecue essentials.

Or, if you are in the Seattle area, you can pop into their actual ChefShop store for free tastings in every corner while you do a little on the whim-buying of hard-to-find, specialty and imported goods. When was the last time you had walnut cream pesto from Italy, pistachio torrone, or wild hibiscus flowers in syrup? Not since ChefShop, I bet! For the Holidays, they have special gift baskets and you have not lived until you have sampled their Panettone, fruitcake, dessert syrups, gourmet chocolates and the pink champagne biscuits from France.

Shopping in cyberspace has never tasted so good at ChefShop.com!

YOURS TO WIN: Etruria Monocultivar Leccino Olive Oil, retailing for $23.50 from chefshop.com. This is no ordinary bottle of olive oil. Read ahead to find out the reasons why!

Product description: 500 ML 17 ounces – Organic monocultivar Leccino Olives – Italy. This oil has a nice green olive nose. The flavor is full with a bit of pepper mid stride, mellow compared to some, it fits nicely for dishes (or palettes) that prefer a less forward oil. Etruria Gourmet is known for its classic, Italian olive oil. This is a new oil for Chefshop, and is made with 100% Leccino olives. It brings with it the wonderful feel of Umbria. Ahh…I can taste it!

Simply delectable! Entering the giveaway is easy – just name the most delectable product from ChefShop.com, in the comment section below.

To Enter:–>Main Entry:

Visit Chefshop.com and let me know what you think the best looking product they have in the comment section!

This is your first and main entry, it’s a must in order to include any other bonus entries!

–>Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each entry.

*1 entry* Tweet about this giveaway, use mombite.com in your tweet and comment with your tweetlink (you may enter once a day) or just simply follow us in Twitter for an extra entry.

*1 entry* Comment on a non-giveaway post and let me know which one(one entry for each comment).

*2 entries* Join our Wedding Bite Facebook group and come back to let me know that you’re in!

*5 entries* Blog about this giveaway with a link back to my site and come back and let me know you did that.

–>Contest ends 3/27/10 you must include your email address or your entries will not be counted. US residents only. Winners will be contacted and have 48 hours to claim their prize or another winner will be chosen.

Good Luck and Have Fun!

Jill

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132 Responses to “Etruria Italian Olive Oil Giveaway from ChefShop.com”

  1. 1 debp

    You can buy bonito flakes and tamarand concentrate. I have been looking for those. That’s what happens when you live in a small town with only chain stores. You can’t get these things. Thank goodness for companies like this.
    DebP
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

  2. 2 Tari L.

    The Pralus Chocolate looks very appealing.

  3. 3 carol

    Fresh Reed Avocados – East Coast for 2010
    I love avocadoes!

  4. 5 carol

    entry 1 Joined your Wedding Bite Facebook group Carol P Dziuba

  5. 6 carol

    entry 2 Joined your Wedding Bite Facebook group Carol P Dziuba

  6. 7 Amber G

    I think the organic pesto looks REALLY good!

  7. 8 Mary T.

    I’d like to try the Chestnut Honey Organic Vinegar from Italy. The chestnut flavor would be so good on fowl of any kind, I think…… so there would at least be a change of taste when cooking the same ole rescipies of chicken, turkey, etc.

  8. 9 Mary T.

    {08March10} I came across your post, “Wedding Cost Calculator,” and was shocked to see that an average wedding costs from $26,000 to $56,604 {in california.} My middle daughter is getting married in California {being in the Navy.} I can’t wait to hear how large or small she’s considering to have for her wedding plans.

  9. 10 Linda Lansford

    I like Balsa Mela (Apple Balsamic) -San Giacomo

  10. 11 susan varney

    i lik the asian section mverno@roadrunner.com

  11. 12 Ronald G

    LA VECCHIA DISPENSA 100-YR BALSAMIC…Yum….Wish I could afford a bottle.

  12. 13 Christine

    Pralus Chocolate

  13. 14 Karen P

    TRUFFLE OIL – BLACK – Organic -Italy
    looks great

  14. 15 Katy M

    I think their Vanilla Extract, organic from Madagascar sounds amazing!!!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!!! 🙂

  15. 16 Katy M

    I follow you on Twitter (as katygmorris).

    Thanks!!! 🙂

  16. 17 Anson Young

    the pesto sounds good

  17. 18 Mary T.

    {12/01/2009} I read the blog about the book “How to be a Mompreneur.” The fact that 50 moms successfully created their own business based upon a passion, and that these businessess are profitable is inspirational. I’m going to see if there is a copy of this at the local library, and if not, either buy a copy or ask the library to add the book to a future purchase of their own.

  18. 19 paige chandler

    I want to try the SLITTI DRINKING CHOCOLATE. Mmmmm

  19. 20 Theresa Shafer

    I like anchovies, so naturally I found :ANCHOVy Fillets in ex-v OLIVE OIL TIN. A big can already cleaned. yummy for me and pizza, my favorite item to put anchovies on.

  20. 21 Theresa Shafer
  21. 22 Theresa Shafer
  22. 23 Mary T.

    {12mar10} I read your, “Enjoy Cupcakes + Jose Villa Photo Inspiration.” Really great photos of the trailer, cupcakes beautifully displayed, and the “antique” items as well. The choice of flavors sounded like none other than I’ve had before. I am inspired now to try something new with my next batch of cupcakes.

  23. 24 Cynthia C

    I love the La Vecchia Condimento 10-YR (1 L) Balsamic Vinegar.

  24. 25 Cynthia C

    fb fan (Cynthia Conley)

  25. 26 Cynthia C

    fb fan (Cynthia Conley) #2

  26. Who doesn’t love Chocolate Hearts? They look beautiful and I bet they taste wonderful too!

  27. 31 Renee G

    I would love to try the organic Vermont Maple Sugar.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

  28. 32 Tina J

    The raspberry flower honey sounds good!!

  29. 33 Mary T.

    {3/12/10} I just read your blog on Blending Beautiful, how to transition your makeup for winter to summer. I am very fair skinned. In fact, as a child, my father often teased me that he could loose me in a bed of white sheets. What a great idea, blending to colored moisterizers together to get a more appropriate glow on one’s face! I never would have thought of that, as you can tell by how surprised I am about doing this! Great blog!!

  30. What a great giveaway … thanks for hosting it!

    I think the capers look fabulous (I love them). The picture in this link (http://chefshop.com/CAPERS-NON-PAREIL-P5759.aspx) look like the capers are big and plump … perfect and mouth watering! 🙂

  31. 36 Amanda

    The cream honey with walnuts sounds deelish! Thanks!

  32. 37 Claudia Cooper

    I’d love to try those anchovy filets in extra virgin olive oil – they’d go great in a Caesar salad!

  33. 38 Theresa Shafer

    dt

    Good olive Oil is the basis of salads, dips, and a healthy heart.
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway.
    I look forward to trying my luck on winning. Thank you.

  34. 39 Suzanne K

    Oh my! Grand Marnier Butter Truffles – Seattle – my mouth is watering!

  35. 40 Leslie Price

    I’d love to try the slitti drinking chocolate.

  36. yum! i am a retired chef, so thanks for turning me on to this wonderful site! i put it in my favorites already! i will be purchasing some new olive oils, and can’t wait to try the “chestnut jam”, for sure. i use so much olive oil, the win would be awesome! thanks!

  37. The Grand Marnier Butter Truffles-Seattle look so perfect!

  38. Fan on the Wedding Bite Facebook.
    name:Erin Mize

  39. Pecorinu Sheep’s Milk Cheese

  40. 45 Mary T.

    {11 Mar 10} I just went through the Guest Blogger: Chewing the Cud, DIY kimono style napkin. I like how you have pictures showing each step needed to create this table decorative napkin. I practiced this presentation, but needless to say, my memory is not that great; and so I will have to refer to this blog more than one time.

  41. 46 Monique Rizzo

    Id like the Italian Black Truffle Oil. Thanks for the chance! mogrill@comcast.net

  42. 48 Mary T.

    {12 Mar 10} Wedding Gown Dreams. I wish I had seen this in time to tell my sister about the 70% discounts on just about anything bridal. My other sister, Kate got a beautiful wedding dress, tiara, and veil from one of PBS television auctions! The total cost for Kate was less than $100. She’s lucky too that no alterations had to be done. Guess this is why I was shocked by the quoted prices in another blog that weddings can cost up to $56,000.00. One can certainly be frugal and still have a memorable and beautiful wedding day.

  43. I would love to try the Himalayan Pink Salt – Extra Coarse

  44. Facebook fan: carolyn gonzalez entry 1

  45. facebook fanL carolyn gonzalez entry 2

  46. 52 Mary T.

    {Mar 12 10} Frolic, Guy Wolf Pottery. I have always liked terra cotta pots. Nice picture of not only two close-up samples, but the inside of his shop as well. Thanks for including a place whereby one can check out the Cornell Farms directly from your blog. I like it when bloggers make things easy for their readers!!

  47. 54 Mary T.

    {couldn’t find a date} Ticings: I so do like to see cakes/cupcakes when someone has taken time to decorate them. In this ticings’ site I learned that one can buy premade icing sheets. I’m going to check further into purchasing a sheet at the time I will be having a baby shower for a friend. I wonder if I can use cookie cutters….mmmm… will have to check the ticings’ site for decorative ideas.

  48. 55 Theresa Shafer

    dt
    for healthy food, thank you

  49. 56 Judee

    Best looking product…chocolate…the Grand Marnier Butter Truffles.

  50. 57 Mary T.

    {no date noted} Bravo Bride Blog: a fantastic site whereby you can buy or sell preowned wedding items. There are several catagories to choose from. They were featured on The New York Times and other lesser known places. There is a fantastic Feature Items, and I think the pictures are clear and concise.

  51. 58 Mary T.

    {19Mar10} 100 Layer Cake: Guest Blogger: Heart of Light DIY Cake. You make several good suggestions when it comes to undertaking the task of creating well decorated wedding cake. I especially like the idea of making more than one cake and then showing them off on a collection of vintage cake stands. Or, to include have more than one flavor of cake. Great Blog with well designed pictures!

  52. 59 Theresa Shafer

    DT for a good oil, thank you

  53. I’d like to try the Fluer de sel!

  54. Followed enthos @MWYT on twitter

  55. 62 Mary T.

    {no date given} Life Work Images: I like this site because it has many areas to learn about the couple who run this site. As I was once a bride, I do believe all brides want documentation of the wedding day’s events. Sadly there are many who don’t live up to a quality standard, or provide all of the services promised. Prices and the quality of work vary so much that one has to be really careful not to be scammed.

  56. 63 Mary T.

    {no date noted} Flora Nova Design: Seattle Floral and Event Design: This is the website for Flora Nova. The button “Galleries” takes you to some really nice pictures of what, I assume, are creations they made. Just click on a picture and you get a fairly detailed explination of what the picture shows. For a new bride, or other even planner, Flora Nova would be worth talking to.

  57. 64 christopher h

    the armoire chocolate hearts

  58. 66 Mary T.

    {np date noted} Steep Street Design: Kelly has a portfolio of pictures to share. She also has print work, web design, and custom art to show off. Kelly also sells her work. The pictures are of normal every day series, and others that are posed for. I think Kelly has a good eye for taking pictures.

  59. 67 ky2here

    Escargot wild burgundy snails.

  60. 68 ky2here
  61. Pecorinu Sheep’s Milk Cheese looks awesome!

  62. 70 Mary T.

    {no date noted} Ticing: Buy edible frosting sheets with modern designs. I like the fact that there are eleven categories to choose from; and, that their feature products are a real time saver when it comes to decorating cupcakes, cakes, and cookies. If you already know how to do some basic decorating with frostings, this site you can still learn things from.

  63. 71 Mary T.

    {24 March 10} Snippet and Ink: Daily Weddding Insprirations. This site offers budget friendly ideas, tablecapes ideas, inspiration picture inspirations and even a Discounts and Giveaways button. If doing a wedding with a tight budget, this site would surely give you plenty of ideas, some being that one might never have seen at another wedding.

  64. 72 Mary T.

    I just became a facebook fan!

  65. 73 Theresa Shafer

    dt
    Very happy as we round the curve, nearing the end.

  66. Balsa Mela (Apple Balsamic) -San looks good to me.

  67. 75 Jake

    Oriz Yellowfin Tuna – Atun Claro (jar)

  68. 76 Mary T.

    {23 Mar 10} Blending Beautiful: The Best Old Beauty Tricks. I have a few tricks my father taught me, yes, my father! To get all types of hair grooming stuff like hairspray our of your hair, add about one teaspoon of baking soda to the shampoo you have in the palm of your hand {just before shampooing, have hair already wet.} Mix the baking soda and shampoo just before using. Rinse as usual. One more hair tip: for auburn or brown hair, rinse your hair {after already having had water rinsed the shampoo out} with a 1 1/3 cup measure of water and 1/3 cup of cider vinegar. Wait at least 3 minutes, then water rinse your hair. Style as usual. Your hair will smell for a short time, but it is worth trying for yourself! Another tip: For dry elbows, use the ends of either a lemon or a cucumber…..clean out enough of the pulp to form a nice little niche for your elbow. Sit down and put your elbows in either the cucumber or lemon. Sit at the table like that for at least 5 mins.

  69. 77 DANIELLE

    The Chocolate Peppermint creams-England, sound dee lish.

  70. 78 Rosie

    They sell duck fat! I’d love to get 12 oz. of their duck fat to roast potatoes.

  71. 79 erma

    I’d like to try the Pralus Chocolate.

  72. 80 Mary T.

    {no date noted} Olivine is a website where you can shop by designer to go through the other catagories with ease. Their accessories consist of bags, jewlery, and scarves. There is even a catagorie for “Mom & Baby.” If you live in the Seattle area, you are lucky enough to receive the same day delivery. …… What a great customer service this is!

  73. 81 Melissa B.

    There best looking product is Pralus Colombie Dark Chocolate 75%

  74. 82 Colleen S

    The CITRUS BLOSSOM HONEY – California would be so wonderful in tea. yum

  75. id like to try the lemon olive organic olive oil
    fancyfeet45@earthlink.net

  76. 84 Pamela S

    I’d love the “SLITTI NOCCIOLATA”…chocolate and hazelnut….what could be better?!?

    Thanks so much!

  77. 85 Leandra

    I loveee honey more than anything so I’d love to try the Chestnut Organic Honey – Umbria.

  78. 86 Sarah C

    Ooh, the pecorinu sheep’s milk cheese wheel looks so amazing!

  79. 87 Sarah C

    Twitter follower soluckyducky

  80. 88 Sarah C

    FB fan sarah linette 1

  81. 89 Sarah C

    FB fan sarah linette 2

  82. 90 Courtney S

    The Slitti Chocolate sounds sooo yummy!

  83. 91 taylor

    Tomme Corse Ottavi Cheese

  84. 92 taylor

    I’m following you on Twitter (id- electricisland)

  85. 98 Aisling

    That’s not really a fair question since everything looks absolutely wonderful! One of my favorites is certainly the Grand Marnier Butter Truffles – Seattle.

  86. 99 Mary T.

    Just did a twitter
    http://twitter.com/enthos

  87. 100 Mary T.

    {no date noted} Northern Lights Photography: You can enter their site via either high speed connections or dial up. I like the site already! The eye of the photographer certainly has some unique and out-of-the-norm poses to look at. I can see why wedding couples choose Northern Lights Photography for the documenting of the wedding day.

  88. 101 Deborah R

    I think the Parmigiano-Reggiano – Spring Milk looks fantastic!

  89. 102 Deborah R

    I’m following enthos on Twitter @AsTheNight.

  90. 104 Aniela

    I think the Chocolate Peppermint Creams – England look yummy.

  91. 105 Marcia

    I picked the Candied Orange Peel from France – it made my mouth water just looking at it.

  92. 106 Maja Meza

    The Pralus Chocolate

  93. 107 Angela Winesburg

    I would love to try the Chocolate Peppermint Creams – England, thanks!

  94. 108 karen

    The Fresh Reed Avocados look best. Thanks.

  95. Meyer Lemon Olive Oil

  96. 110 hazel hunt

    Would love to win !!

  97. 111 Jan

    I think their black truffle oil looks amazing

  98. 112 Jan

    Following you on Twitter @yoshidoshi

  99. 113 carol y l

    I think the Venchi Chocolate looks incredibel!

  100. 114 carol y l

    I follow on Twitter!~dresdenrain.

  101. 115 carol y l

    Facebook fan-carol yerby lewis

    1.

  102. 116 carol y l

    2. Facebook fan.

  103. 122 Veronica Garrett

    I think the Chocolate Hearts-Seattle look the best.

  104. 123 Lily Kwan

    I love the Tomme Corse Ottavi Cheese!

  105. 124 Lily Kwan

    I joined your Facebook group.

  106. 125 Sand

    The MA-KUROZU Brown Rice & Malt Vinegar looks good.

  107. 126 Ed Nemmers

    The Italian Black Truffle Oil!

  108. 127 Sarah L

    Citrus Blossom Honey would be great. Thanks for the contest.

  109. 128 Gianna

    CANNELLINI BEANS

  110. Their New Mexico chiles look great!

  111. 130 Mary T.

    I just twittered. http://twitter.com/enthos

  112. 131 Mary T.

    I just did a wedding bite in Facebook; wedding Bite + fans.

  113. I love your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you design this website yourself or did you hire someone
    to do it for you? Plz reply as I’m looking to design my own blog and would like to find out where u got this from. many thanks


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