WIN! £100 deluxe foodie hamper from Jacobs & Field
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So first of all, congratulations are in order. Cat Cook, you lucky dabber – you’re the winner of my April giveaway, the gorgeous hand-painted cake stand from Aston Pottery. Let me know your address and I’ll drop it round if you’re in the area. (I’m partial to coffee cake since you ask).
For those of you who didn’t win, fear not, for I come bearing new gifties. A studendously brilliant May giveaway that I am particularly proud of – a deluxe foodie hamper worth a whopping £100 from superb Headington cafe-deli Jacobs & Field (see my recent review under ‘Cafes’). They love Muddy Stilettos, I love their fantastic cafe, and I’m betting you love this hamper. Happy days all round.
So what’s exactly in the box? Well, we’re talking prosecco, extra virgin olive oil, 2 bags of own-blend caffetiere grind coffee, a bottle of chilli oil, a bottle of lemon oil, homemade Seville orange marmalade, aged sherry vinegar, locally pressed apple juice, a tin of amarettini biscuits, two bottles of local beer, a selection of organic teas, and for cheese lovers (yes, yes, yes!) home made fig relish. YUM.
TO ENTER, ’tis easy peasy:
1. Subscribe to my superduper blog by entering your email address into the ‘Follow me- it’s free!’ tab (top right of the homepage). By doing so, you’ll be entered into all competitions I run, plus you will receive my electrifyingly useful posts straight to your in box. You can unsubscribe at any time.
2. Follow me on twitter @muddystiletto
3. Follow Jacobs & Field on twitter @Jacobsandfield. You’ll need to tweet ‘Muddy’ to Jacobs & Field when you follow so they know you came via the Muddy Stilettos comp.
3. Do all three and you’ve tripled your odds!
Anyone already following me on twitter or the blog will be automatically entered into the competition.
The winner will be announced on May 31st by my usual method of letting Cassius dip his sticky fingers into a large bowl of names. Don’t worry though, he never eats more than a couple before I grab the winner.