19 July 2013

Win a year's supply of Hillfarm Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil and Mayonnaise




I have a great giveaway this month. 

Win a year's supply of the finest cold pressed rapeseed oil and mayonnaise from Hillfarm.

Hillfarm is a family farm in Suffolk, where they grow and press their own rapeseed oil.

Have you made the change to rapeseed oil yet?

All I used to know about rapeseed was; it was grown in fields and turned the fields a beautiful yellow colour, which was ever so bonnie, but made me sneeze like mad. I used to curse the stuff!

Now I've learned to appreciate it.

Last year when I was at the Scottish Food Bloggers Conference in Ayr, Justin Galea, Executive Chef at the world famous Turnberry Resort spoke to us about finding the best produce and he told us the best oil you can cook with is cold pressed rapeseed oil.

Well if it is good enough for an executive chef at a 5 star resort, it is good enough for me.

The flavour is different from olive oil, it's more of a nutty flavour, but there is more to it than the taste, here are some factoids:


Hillfarm rapeseed oil has a wonderful nutty flavour, with hints of peanut and pistachio. Try some, you will see what I mean. It is lovely for a dressing or to dip crusty bread in at the start of a meal as well as cooking with. Both of the mayonnaise styles are thick and lush, but the garlic mayonnaise, a gorgeous deep yellow is sensational!

Would you like to win a year's supply and see for yourself how good it is?

To enter, leave a comment telling me what you would pair the garlic mayonnaise with and then add your entry to the rafflecopter. There are 9 opportunities to enter. 

This giveaway runs until 31 August 2013 and is open to residents of the UK.

Good luck!

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301 comments:

  1. Sorry it's not veggie, but I'd eat the mayo with some gorgeous prawns. That or some griddled courgettes from the garden!

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  2. chips - strange i know but we all have our quirky tastes :)

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  3. Garlic mayonnaise on chips is the BEST!

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  4. Id pair it with prawns too!!

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  5. new potatoes, fresh from the garden

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  6. Fresh prawns - delish!

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  7. Sliced chicken breast and lettuce in a wrap. Yum :)

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  8. Garlic mayo with chips or possibly some prawns or even some lovely hard boiled eggs.

    http://asaucystitch.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. We have our own chickens so a lovely garlic egg mayonnaise with home laid eggs :)

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  10. I'd pair the garlic mayonnaise with a jacket potato.

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  11. I'd pair it with hot-smoked salmon, from a local smokery here in Hastings, on the English South Coast...

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  12. I'd pair it with lovely hot smoked salmon, from a local smokery here in Hastings, on the English South coast...and I'd add a few sliced cornichons, for crunch...

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  13. I'd have some beautifully simple homemade ciabatta, torn into chunks and dipped into gorgeous garlic mayo whilst sat in the lovely sunshine!

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  14. I'd use the garlic mayo as a dip for potato wedges made with rapeseed oil and a sprinkling of chilli flakes... yummy :-)

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  15. People have already said my favourites! I think it'd have to be the prawns for me too.

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  16. Wish I lived in the UK! Garlic mayo with lobster works for me :)

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  17. There is simply nothing that garlic mayo WOULDN'T go with, I think I'd go for a chargrilled steak in a baguette, slathered with it. Yum!

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  18. There is simply nothing that garlic mayo WOULDN'T go with, I think I'd go for a chargrilled steak in a baguette, slathered with it. Yum!

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  19. Radishes - just harvesting loads from the plot and the mayonnaise would be perfect for dipping them in to.

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  20. Oh boy, I would pair the mayo with absolutely anything! I am such a sucker for it!
    A bacon butty is always a good place to start, or mashed up with a load of hard boiled eggs. But mostly, I'd probably use it in place of butter in sandwiches, so happy there's no dairy in mayo!
    Janie x

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  21. HOme made lamb and mint burgers, in a toasted bun slathered with garlic mayo.

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  22. There are lots of uses I could think of for garlic mayo including as a dip with a bit of yogurt mixed in but my best would be in a potato salad with chopped spring onions.

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  23. Thick cut chunky chips , delicious

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  24. make extra tasty potato salad,use it with prawns as a dressing,mix with chicken for tasty sandwich filling.mix it with grated cheese & onion for a tasty filling for jacket potato.....so many choices.

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  25. extra tasty potato salad,tasty dressing for prawns,mix with grated cheese & onion for filling jacket potatoes,mix with cooked chicken for a yummy sandwich filling....so many choices

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  26. The garlic mayo would be ace on chips!

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  27. I'd love it with fish and chips.

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  28. It has to be grilled prawns

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  29. slow roasted lamb flatbread

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  30. Moules marinières and crusty bread, perfect with a little garlic mayo. Yum.

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  31. Moules marinières and crusty bread, perfect with garlic mayo. Yum.

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  32. Hillfarm Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil is better for you and tastes delicious, a definite winner for me!

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  33. Katherine GregorySunday, 21 July, 2013

    Triple cooked chips - yummy

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  34. I'd love in a hog roast & herb mixed baguette! MmM!

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  35. I'd love to have it in a hog roast & mixed herb salad baguette! MmM! :)

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  36. baked jacket potato

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  37. baked jacket potato

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  38. Chips - can't beat the combination. :)

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  39. Chips - you can't beat the combination.

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  40. I would set up a large platter, put a bowl of garlic mayo in the centre, then arrange all sorts of things around it, like carrot sticks, bbq flavour tortillas chips, strips of red and green peppers, jumbo prawns, glazed chicken wings, tiny boiled jersey royals and chunks of garlic & rosemary foccacia, put it in the centre of the table, and let everyone just go for their fave combos!

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  41. Chips and Prawns!
    Calypso Hope

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  42. I think the garlic mayonnaise paired with free-range eggs, finely chopped red onion and a generous helping of cracked pepper would make a beautiful egg mayonnaise.

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  43. Hmm, would have to be a Shooter Sandwich! The mayonnaise would go great with the steak!

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  44. Chips....... enough said!!!

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  45. Chicken breast

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  46. Id use it as a dip for some home-made seasoned, breaded chicken pieces.

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  47. I'd use it as a dip for some home-made, seasoned, breaded chicken pieces.

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  48. Perfectly barbecued beefsteak!

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  49. with baked potato

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  50. No matter what the weather i love my Jacket potatoes and i would have plenty of mature cheese on them with Garlic mayo ;-) delicious. hmm i am hungry now!

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  51. spicy chicken & chips

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  52. A lovely steak sandwich with lashings of garlic mayo on thickly sliced home made bread.

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  53. I would drain the water from the pasta then stir in the some garlic mayo before serving. Mmmmmm delicious.

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  54. In a wrap with lettuce, red onion and southern style coated quorn strips - delish!

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  55. new potatoes

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  56. Steak sub with fried mushrooms

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  57. With chips .... much nicer than ketchup!

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  58. With chips and chicken dips .... Yummy!

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  59. Good quality Sausages, gorgeous.

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  60. On a nice chicken burger

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  61. Strong cheese and onions in a sandwich!!

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  62. i would serve it with a chicken burger in a bun with lettuce and tomato.

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  63. I've just discovered the joy of a good vegetarian scotch egg - perfect match with garlic mayo.

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  64. Sweet Potato chips with mayo, delicious

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  65. I would get a good fresh baguette, sliced upon and slathered with the garlic mayo, filled with small chunks of fried chicken and good thin chips - a dash of salt, pepper and a little cider vinegar... mmmmmm.....

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  66. Garlic mayo on cheese and crackers

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  67. canned salmon sandwiches

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  68. Home made burger

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  69. Home made Veal & Chorizo Burges

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  70. in mash potato - yum!

    Abigail Craig ~ adalef@hotmail.co.uk

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  71. i would mix it up with some tuna pasta and sweetcorn

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  72. homemade chunky chips with garlic mayo is the best combo!

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  73. Homemade chunky chips with garlic mayo is the best combo!!

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  74. Would have some Spanish Ham, Cheese drizzled with some oil and the Garlic Mayo... with some French bread on the side... Summer med tapos meal

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  75. It would have to be asparagus, for me.

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  76. I would use it as a dip for calamari fried in a light tempura batter

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  77. thinly spread over some crusty baguettes with fresh mozzarella, lovely ripe tomatoes and avocado - delicious!

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  78. Ciabatta, salad, chips and steak

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  79. A prawn salad

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  80. I'd make some chunky, spicy potato wedges & serve the garlic mayonnaise alongside them as a dip :)

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  81. I'd add it to a chicken salad sandwich!

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  82. I'd make a garlic & chive new potato salad

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  83. I'd have some on my sandwiches - homemade granary bread, meat, salad etc.

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  84. I would dip chorizo and halloumi skewers in it. Yum!

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  85. fried cauliflower and potato salad

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  86. Chips!

    laurafitzgerald@btinternet.com

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  87. Homemade wedges roasted with rosemary and sea salt.

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  88. Faye HuntingtonTuesday, 23 July, 2013

    Grilled chicken! with love, faye xx

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  89. Lightly toasted ciabatta, juicy roasted peppers, tomatoes, courgettes and aubergines with salty goats cheese.

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  90. Hot Chicken Salad Sandwich made with Crusty Bread - Yum!

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  91. On fresh bread with Jarlsberg cheese and pastrami. Mmmmmmmm.

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  92. Grilled chicken and salad sandwich

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  93. Tiny herb roasted new potatoes

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  94. I would have it on a BBQ Sausage sandwich, Mmmmm.

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  95. Roast new potatoes

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  96. I like to dip the leaves of globe artichokes in Aioli

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  97. I would use it on a cheese sandwich!

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  98. Potato wedges, bbq chicken and bbq sweetcorn.

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  99. Submarine hotdog salad sandwich

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  100. I'm not sure what I'd pair the garlic mayonnaise with, but I'm sure it would taste lovely!

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  101. to make eggg mayonaise for sandwiches

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  102. bacon sandwich, jacket potatoe, piles of chips, tuna, etc etc etc

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  103. Samantha Smith busybeesshop@hotmail.co.ukTuesday, 23 July, 2013

    tuna sweetcorn and pasta YUM

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  104. Deep fried breadcrumb coated button mushrooms.

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  105. Egg Garlic Mayo in a sandwich

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  106. warm new potatoes

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  107. Garlic mayo with some fresh free range eggs

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  108. Used with a lovely side dish combining mushrooms, onion, bacon, pepper, tomatoes & grated carrot

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  109. Cold cooked new potatoes and spring onions

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  110. Just about anything, but steak and chips would be best!

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  111. Cold potatoes and tomatoes

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  112. Would love to win this!! I eat mayo with almost everything!

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  113. With breaded cheese goujons,yum!

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  114. I would make a potato salad with it or dip some fresh bread in it!

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  115. I would make a potato salad with it or dip some fresh bread in it

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  116. I'd use it instead of butter on a sandwich

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  117. Good alioli is fab just on its on with fresh crusty bread. It also goes well with potatoes, from mini roasted to new potatoes, also really nice mixed with grated cheddar to give your cheese on toast a nice creamy kick.

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  118. good alioli is fab on its own with fresh crusty bread. Or it goes really well with potatoes, mini roasted and new for example. Is also great mixed with grated cheddar to give cheese on toast a nice creamy kick

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  119. It would have to be a BLT on homemade bread, I can almost taste it!

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  120. I love garlic flavoured mayo, particularly with deli roasted turkey, lettuce and little (non watery) cherry tomatoes. Gorgeous!

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  121. Garlic mayo for me, win's hands down, so versatile.

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  122. Oh boy, I would pair the mayo with absolutely anything! I am such a sucker for it!
    A bacon butty is always a good place to start, or mashed up with a load of hard boiled eggs. But mostly, I'd probably use it in place of butter in sandwiches, so happy there's no dairy in mayo!

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  123. Potato wedges and garlic mayo sounds pretty scrumptious to me! :-)

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  124. Mixed with chopped black olives on a cream cracker.

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  125. With chopped onions , tuna and a pinch of pepper all mixed together on a crustie cob.

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  126. got to be with a seafood tea, crab, cockles, prawns and salad yum

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  127. got to be with a sea food tea, crab, prawns cockles and salad with nice brown bread

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  128. I'd have a chicken burger with salad and Garlic mayo mmmmm

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