I sat back and thought to myself "wow, I sure have eaten out a lot since I started blogging in October". And then I thought "hang on, you've eaten out more than 100 times since then, what about those unwritten posts and places you've revisited two, three or four times more after your initial post"?
Seems like The Adventures of Miss Piggy was a pretty apt name for this blog, hey? Oink oink.
Although, with the start of Season 3 of Masterchef I seemed to have slowed down my eating out. Unbelievably I've only missed two episodes since the show started and I'd recorded these on Foxtel IQ so got to watch them later anyway. When someone suggests a mid-week dinner I really have to weigh up "Masterchef vs Eating Out".
So, to celebrate my 100th post and the commencement of Masterchef, which is hopefully going to save me some money and calories by having more meals at home, The Complete Basket Case and Miss Piggy are giving my loyal readers (and un-loyal ones too if I'm totally honest) a chance to win a great Masterchef Gift Hamper worth $110.
|View the gift basket here:|
The hamper contains all sorts of goodies that can be enjoyed whilst you rug up in your lounge room and cheer on your favourite Masterchef contestants, including:
- Luke Mangan Olive oil/Vinegar 250ml
- Carrs water crackers 125g
- Rutherford and Meyer fruit paste 120g
- Rosenborg Brie cheese 125g
- Luke Mangan Sparkling Mineral water 750ml
- Frou Frou Gourmet Cordial 250ml
- Masterchef Magazine (current)
- Seasonal Vegetables
- Belgian Chocolate Bar 100g
- Ribbon and gift card
- Presented in a woven reed Homewares tray
To enter just leave a comment below letting me know who is your favourite Masterchef contestant and if you've ever replicated (or attempted to replicate) any of the Masterchef dishes.
Make sure you also email your comment to me at melanie2880 [at] hotmail [dot] com so that I have the email address of all contestants and can notify the winner.
I'll randomly select a winner on Saturday 4th June and notify them by email the following week. Good luck!
Personally I have my fingers crossed for fellow food blogger Billy (or #teambilly as he's referred to on twitter), but I also have a soft spot for Kumar and think Jay is doing alright "on the pans" so far. And would I ever try to replicate any of the Masterchef dishes - no way! I'm still waiting for Adam Liaw's restaurant to open as I loved his food but there is NO WAY I'd be able to cook any of the amazing dishes he made last year.