03 November 2014

Win a Gift Set of Quality Gourmet Ingredients with Gresado worth £50


My second giveaway for November is £50 worth of goodies from Gresado.

Gresado products are used by great cooks and chefs and to celebrate the art of cooking they are giving one lucky winner the chance to win a specialist selection of their premium food ingredients worth £50.

This set, chosen by Gresado chef Ben Tish, consists of:
  • Hunters truffle oil in 2 earthy flavours: black and white
  • a generous jar of punchy Centaur mini capers
  • Madagascan green peppercorns
  • rich Forum Cabernet Sauvignon red wine vinegar

To enter just leave a comment and submit your vote using the Rafflecopter box below.

This giveaway is UK only and closes on Friday 28th November.

Full product listings:
  • ­Truffle Hunter Black Truffle Oil
    • 250ml = £11.85
    • This black truffle oil is super fresh tasting and embodies the earthiness on blackwinter truffles.
  • Truffle Hunter White Truffle Oil
    • 250ml = £11.85
    • Truffle hunter white truffle oil embodies the essence of white alba truffles in season. Use sparingly in pasta, risotto and drizzled at the last minute over a dish.

  • ­ Centaur Mini Capers  
    • 400g = £10.00
    • These punchy capers are great in salads or thrown into a sauce. They add a lovely intesting texture and piquancy.
  •  Madagascan – Green Peppercorns
    • 175g = £3.15
    • Attractive tin, the product has a very long shelf life. As these are from the same plant as the familiar black peppercorns, they have a slightly milder heat, but still retain the familiar peppery flavour.
  •  Forum Cabernet Sauvignon Red Wine Vinegar
    • 500ml = £15.00 
    • Cabernet Sauvignon vinegar is great in vinagrettes and dressings – it’s not too sweet and is great for balancing out dishes.


This giveaway is UK only and closes on the 28th November 2014.
To enter leave a comment telling me what you might use the vinegar for and register your vote via the rafflecopter box below.

Good luck!

 
For more information on Gresado and their 'Great For Cooks' range visit:
  1. www.gresado.com
  2. Gresdao on Facebook
  3. Gresado on Twitter

Disclosure: I am running this giveaway on behalf of Gresado, who have sent me some of their range to try and have offered this generous prize for one winner. I was not expected to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

152 comments:

  1. For adding to salads and dressings! I often mix it with tuna for a tuna salad!

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  2. These goodies sound lovely. Thank you for this give away x

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  3. I would use it to make a salad dressing

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  4. I love Cabernet Sauvignon vinegar on a tomato and shallot salad - just a drizzle of vinegar, no oil

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  5. To add to a rich slow cooked meat sauce. All too often a recipe says this vinegar and I have to substitute balsamic.

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  6. Would like to mix it with my salads

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  7. chicken in red wine sauce a good glug of this would add a zing

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  8. to give crispness to my roast chicken

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  9. To make a lovely red onion chutney

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  10. I would use it for salad dressings.

    HAzel Rea, @beachrambler

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  11. I like it on my version of a Greek salad.

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  12. In my great green orzo salad!

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  13. I'd use it for drizzling on my salads

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  14. my husband makes scallops and chorizo the vinegar would be great for the dressing

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  15. To give some flavour to my salads

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  16. I would use it as a salad dressing.

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  17. Pie mash & liquor - vinegar is a must!

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  18. Vinegar is definitely for making a salad dressing with!

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  19. I would use it as a marinade on chicken breasts, delicious

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  20. I would use it in a salad dressing.

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  21. definitely on a tomato based salad dressing

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  22. To make beetroot pickle for Christmas

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  23. I'd use this to make a yummy salad dressing :)

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  24. I'd add a splash to my caponata (aubergine stew) to make the vegetables zing!

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  25. I like it in a dressing for watermelon, parma ham and feta

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  26. Use it in a delicious bean chilli stew for a rich, deep flavour

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  27. i would add it to some of my slow cooking recipes like my beef stew

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  28. I love red wine vinegar in braised red cabbage, it's delicious!

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  29. I would have it with chilli oil and warm crusty bread!

    Kelly L

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  30. I'd use to make a spicy salad dressing for a winter salad

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  31. The vinegar would be superb on a green and tomato salad.

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  32. I would make a beautiful Salad dressing with it mixed with extra virgin olive oil salt, pepper ,mustard, & honey with ribboned Basil leaves

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  33. Great splashed onto juicy tomatoes before baking.

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  34. A lovely salad dressing ;-) xx (Laura Jeffs )

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  35. I think red wine vinegar is great for tomato based salads- brings out the sweetness of the tomatoes.

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  36. some salad and crusty bread or garlic bread, there are lots of options :)

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  37. I make alot of pickles" esp pickled pears " normally with white wine vinegar , but i would love to try Cabernet Sauvignon, i use quite alot when making pickle and i am always looking for new flavors combinations. - My name Sharon Roberts.

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  38. A warming and hearty paprika bean cassoulet with a dollop of sour cream; served with warm from the oven crusty bread.

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  39. Where do I start! It wouldn't last long in this house :) most often it would be used on salad

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  40. I would use it as an integral ingredient in my roasted lamb vindaloo

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  41. I would use it as an integral ingredient of my roasted lamb vindaloo

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  42. I'd add it to olive oil to make a simple but delicious dip x

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  43. Fry with onions - delicious! Elizabeth Doody

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  44. Add to my salads x

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  45. I would either make a dip or use it as a salad dressing :)

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  46. some salad and crusty bread or garlic bread

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  47. Olive Oil and Vinegar dressing on a rocket salad x

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  48. would use it to make a salad dressing, and i'd add a dash to sauces like i would with balsamic!

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  49. In a vegetable stir fry for some extra oomph!

    Jen xx

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  50. I would add a dash to my pasta dishes to give it a lift

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  51. Got to be a salad dressing, surely?!

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  52. I'd use it for salad dressing

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  53. Making a vinagrette for salads

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  54. Add it to my salad

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  55. I would add mine to Salad dressing or just mixed with oil for some dipping bread

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  56. I would dress a salad with it. Yum!

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  57. I use a lot of vinegar but this would be lovely in a marinade for roast veg.

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  58. A tasty salad dressing (I'm not very inventive!!!)

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  59. I would use it for salad dressings.

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  60. oo yes, another salad dressing or with some cabbage

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  61. A little vinegar always adds a little extra in my salads

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  62. Sounds like it would be great in salad dressings, or just served with some good olive oil and crusty bread to dip in.

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  63. I would use as a marinade mixing with garlic , oil, mustard and some italian seasoning. Great with meats

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  64. Salad Dressings! Not too knowledgeable on it~

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  65. making salad dressings and adding to slow cooked casseroles

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  66. I would make a lovely salad dressing, or use it as an added touch in lasagne

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  67. To add a zing to a vegetable tray bake

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  68. I like to make a cucumber salad with vinegar

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  69. To make a tangy marinade for meat

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  70. Aubergine caponata, it's delicious. Filipa Alexandre

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  71. Pickling...I'm really getting into it!

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  72. Giving to the 'gourmet chef' of a husband!

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  73. lovely give away
    good luck everyone ! :)

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  74. homemade red cabbage with apple, one of my favourites

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  75. I'd use it in my for buffallo stew.

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  76. make some lovely red cabbage

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  77. Making vinegrette dressing for salad to be served with a medium rare steak. Yum

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  78. For salad dressing and pasta

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  79. Cabernet Sauvignon vinegar,mmm, tasty

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  80. I would use the vinegar to make a sweet chilli jam :)

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  81. Great as salad dressing

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  82. id love to be able to make those delish salad dressings.i CAN usually only afford the cheaper basics ranges so this would be a real treat!!

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  83. I'd give it to my Hubby as he is the chef in our family.

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  84. theres a beautiful malaysian red pepper curry that is one of my favourites and that uses red wine vinagar, so Thats what I woud make 1st

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  85. it would be lovely to drizzle over a nice warm winter salad

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  86. I would use it on some nice salads x

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  87. I'd dip bread it in like posh people!

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  88. with a warm potatoe salad. :)

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  89. To make a lovely lemon and vinegar dressing:)

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  90. To make my own salad dressings

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  91. Hannah Lawrence (Lewenstein)Tuesday, 25 November, 2014

    I highly suspect it would be delicious in a salad :D

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  92. I have no idea yet, I think I need to look up a few recipes.

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  93. For a balsamic dressing for a duck salad

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  94. Just a splash in a nice pasta sauce.

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  95. I would use it in a Green bean, red pepper and brazil nut salad

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  96. In a sauce for pulled pork

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  97. In a sauce for pulled pork

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  98. I'd use it with honey and cashew and make a quick chicken marinade for a stirffry

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  99. I would use the vinegar to make a nice salad dressing :-)

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  100. I'd mix it in as a salad dressing for my favourite tuna salad :)

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  101. I would use it to make salad dressings and possibly with fish. I'd need to do some research!

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