Event Announcement: Independent India
Just done with Rakhi and here is one more chance to celebrate!!! ‘Independence Day‘ is only 4 days away… And as a foodie, you must celebrate the spirit of freedom by trying some delectable recipes ;) I love creating a spectrum of dishes with orange, white and green of our national flag. Lovely idea!!! Why don’t you cook something that’s tri-colored??!!! :)
Well… I must mention here that it’s an event with a giveaway :) Yes, Hudson Canola is sponsoring prizes to 5 winners! And what all a gift-hamper includes… 3 ltr pack of Hudson Canola Oil, an apron and a recipe-book for you!!! Does it sound exciting?
Rules of the event:
- You can link any of your entries ranging from an appetizer to a dessert! BUT it has to be in tri-color :)
- It’s a vegetarian event… Strictly no Non-Veg! Eggs are allowed in baking though…
- Event runs from 11th Aug to 16th Aug and it’s open for bloggers as well as non-bloggers.
- Non-bloggers send their entries to me: email@example.com, which will be posted on my secondary blog and linked up here!!!
- Any number of fresh/archived entries is allowed.
- First, link to my announcement page (this one only) and then use given linky tool to send your entry.
- One must like Cooking with SJ and Hudson Canola Oil for a valid entry.
- A gift-hamper will only be delivered at your Indian address :)
5 lucky winners will be selected on 17th and they must provide their Indian Address to claim their hamper :)
Then what are you waiting for… Click on the button and start linking your entries right from this moment :)
I am in for the game……
Waiting for your entries dear :) And also a guest-post, if you remember :P
Done!! Hope to win Sruthi.
Shruti .I dont have any tricolor recipes in my blog .Can i do it and just tag you in facebook or it has to be in blog ?
Priya… Not a prob! You can send me the recipe too :) I’ll post it on my secondary blog and link it here :)
I’m in too :)
Shalini… This time you gotta link them on time :) Hurry up… It’s ending in 5 days only :(
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I’m in, Sruthi!
And waiting for more entries from your end, Anjana!!! :)
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Hi shruthi, for tricolor recipe can I link back to 2 of my previous recipes for 2 colors?? Is that ok??
And post the recipe for one Color?? Sorry hit submit before finishing
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Thanx for inviting me to the event,have linked my entries..liked both pages too :)
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I have linked my entry and liked both the pages :)
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linked entries,liked both pages
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Hi Shruthi, i have linked my entry and liked both the pages :)
linked my entries.liked both pages
liked both pages
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Same from me. Liked both d pages n submitted
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