Saturday, 19 March 2016

Cirio giveaway (c/d 12 April 2016)

When I read Carluccio's quote on Cirio's website: "We Italians talk about food all times, even while sitting at the table...", I thought that it's not just the Italians. My auntie and Grandma were exactly the same, domestic Goddesses from the Southern Russia (though not as svelte as Nigella). At breakfast time there would invariably be a very important discussion on what to cook for lunch, then at lunch time - what to prepare for dinner etc etc. And just like the Italians, they used a lot of tomatoes in their cooking, both fresh produce from their kitchen garden as well as canned and tinned. I think my family and Carluccio have a lot in common. Not surprising that I enjoy cooking and talking about food.
Last week I posted a couple of recipes using Cirio tomato products (see my recipes for Fruity pork stew and Chicken and chickpea curry).
If you enjoy cooking and eating tomato-based dishes, you might like to enter a Cirio giveaway on my blog.

One lucky winner will receive a selection of Cirio tomato products - chopped, passata, puree, peeled plum, pomodorini; a Cirio apron, scented recipe booklet, a cute tomato keyring and a trolley disc.


To be in with a chance of winning, please enter via the Rafflecopter form.

T&Cs:
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only.
Once the Rafflecopter picks the winner, I will contact them regarding address details, if they do not reply within 28 day, the prize will be allocated to another person.
Please don't forget to leave a comment, as it is the only mandatory step, I will make sure the winner selected by Rafflecopter has complied with T&Cs.

The giveaway will close on 12 April 2016 (at midnight)

Good luck!
  a Rafflecopter giveaway

94 comments:

  1. I would use Cirio tinned Peeled Plum tomatoes to make Stewed Sardines

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  2. I'd love to make some Tartlets with pesto and tomatoes to serve with a sald using the Pomodorini tomatoes!


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  3. Rustica sieved tomatoes is great for making my own pizza sauce

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  4. I'd love to use the chopped tomatoes to make a Middle Eastern egg dish, shashuka!

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  5. I would use the Tuscan chopped tomatoes to make a nice sauce for a seafood pasta!

    Ashleigh

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  6. Peeled plum mashed down with pasta :)

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  7. chopped tomatoes and ill make chicken and tomato pasta bake

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  8. Salsina, I would use this on my pizza base.. yum.

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  9. chopped tomatoes , make a soup

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  10. Chopped tomatoes I'd make a turkey casserole in my slow cooker gives it a lovely flavour

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  11. I would use the salsina to make my own shepherds pie

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  12. The datterini tomatoes in a lasagne.

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  13. I would use the chopped tomatoes in my kidney bean chilli

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  14. would use the tin of chopped tomatoes as part of pizza topping

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  15. I would use the chopped tomatoes to make meatballs and spaghetti.

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  16. I would make homemade pizza with peeled plum tomatoes.

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  17. I would use the tinned tomatoes in a homemade lasagne (whilst wearing the apron!) Great prize, I'd love everything. Especially the keyring with the trolley disc. I have lost a £1 coin 3 times in a trolley where it has dropped out!!!

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  18. I would use the tinned tomatoes in a homemade lasagne (whilst wearing the apron!) Great prize, I'd love everything. Especially the keyring with the trolley disc. I have lost a £1 coin 3 times in a trolley where it has dropped out!!!

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  19. Tomato puree and i would make pizza x

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  20. Chopped tomatoes, would use them in my pasta sauce with herbs

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  21. I would try the Rag├╣ alla Bolognese to make a spaghetti Bolognese.

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  22. Chopped tomatoes in spaghetti bolognese. Delicious!

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  23. tuscan creamed toms for a lovely tom soup

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  24. i would use the tomato puree in a shepherds pie thankyou

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  25. I'd love to try the filetti, I've not seen those before, and I think they would make a great savoury tarte tatin
    Jane

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  26. We use Cirio chopped tomatoes all the time in pasta dishes, so that's what we'd use it for if we win. Yummy.

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  27. Cirio tinned Peeled Plum tomatoes to make beef pasta in tomato soup

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  28. the chopped tomatoes for chilli

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  29. The Napoletana Pasta Sauce would be lovely in a roasted vegetable lasagne x

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  30. The chopped tomatoes - We use a lot' especially in the winter in chilli's and a steak/onion/carrot/potato casserole my wife makes!

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  31. Chopped tomatoes and I would make a chilli con carne with them :)

    Stacey guilliatt

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  32. Chopped tomatoes in chilli or spaghetti bolougnese

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  33. I would use the tin of chopped tomatoes in my lentil and tomato soup.

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  34. Finely chopped tomatoes to make a vegetarian bolognese sauce.

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  36. The chopped tomatoes to make a spaghetti bolognaise sauce

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  37. Chopped tomatoes I would make spaghetti bolagnese!

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  38. the chopped tomatoes in a spag bol!!

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  39. Datterini, for scarpariello. Have been using Cirio since I was born

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  40. Peeled plum tomatoes make a full English breakfast

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  41. the chopped tomatoes and i would make a yummy spag bol with them

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  42. The chopped tomatoes to make a yummy Ratatouille.

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  43. id make a nice chilli with the tin of chopped tomatoes

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  44. Plum tomatoes to make spaghetti bolognese

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  45. chopped tomatoes to make spaghetti bolognaise

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  46. haddock in a sauce of toms, basil, mushrooms, onion and Italian herbs... DELISH

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  47. Margaret Clarkson
    Chopped tomatoes to make a bolognese sauce.

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  48. CHOPPED TOMS IN CHILLI CON CARNE

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  49. Napoletana (tomato) Pasta sauce with a nice pasta.

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  50. I would use the Filetti tinned tomatoes to make an extremely indulgent pizza sauce

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  51. I've always tins of chopped tomatoes in my store cupboard as tey are the base ingredient for numerous dishes I make such as chilli, pizza, spag bol, pizza topped chicken, pasta bake, curries.......and the list goes on...spanish chicken, tomato soup.....

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  52. I'd love to try the Tuscan chopped tomatoes in my bolognese

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  53. I'd use the Pomodorino in an aubergine and tomato stew.

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  54. Chopped tomatoes in a spaghetti bolagnase x

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  55. I would use the chopped tomatoes to make a nice hot chilli con carne!

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  56. The rustic sieved tomatoes would be great served over pasta with Parmesan, basil and black pepper

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  57. Rustica sieved tomatoes for using as a sauce for our spaghetti and meatballs!

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  58. The chopped tomatoes in a comforting, hearty chilli.

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  59. datterini tomatoes IN MY SPAG BOL

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  60. I would use the chopped tomatoes in my meatballs and spaghetti with red onion and mushrooms.

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  61. Datterini in spaghetti boulenese

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  62. I would use the Passata in PET bottle to make some nachos, mmm

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  63. Datterini in my Tunisian chickpea and lentil stew #delicious

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  64. I'd use the chopped tomatoes in vegetarian lasagne

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  65. I would use the chopped tomatoes and get the kids involved in helping me make some yummy chicken enchiladas.

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  66. I am intrigued by Rustica sieved tomatoes its thickness would allow a fantastic comsistency to my smoked hock and butterbean stew

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  67. I would love to try their Tuscan chopped tomatoes to create a pasta sauce :)

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  68. I would use the chopped tomatoes to make a yummy spaghetti bolonese :)

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  69. Coro chopped tomatoes to make some yummy lasagna

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  70. Chopped tomatoes in a soup, chilli or spag bol.

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  71. I'd have to try the pomodorini first and would make something quick with spelt spaghetti. @jaizduck

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  72. I'd use the Tuscan creamed tomatoes to make slow cooked meatball marinara. Yum!

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  73. Tomato puree for my chili con carne

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  74. I like their finely chopped tomatoes to add to vegetable bakes.

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  75. Chopped tomato and make a spagetti bolognese. I add red wine chorizo and bacon to mine and simmer for 2 hours at least.

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  76. the chopped tomatoes make into a ragu

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  77. chopped tomatoes for a bolognese

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  78. I would use the chopped to0matoes for a bolognese!

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  79. Copped Tomatoes for a Spag Bol.

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  80. I would use the chopped tomatoes as the base for a beek stew

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  81. I'd use the chopped tomatoes and make a sauce for pasta!

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  82. i would use the hopped tomatoes in a ratatouille vegetable pasta

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  83. I'd make a spaghetti bolognase with the chopped tomatoes xx

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  84. Tomato fillets with some really good quality fresh pasta and pesto :)

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  85. Chopped tomatoes.... Would make soup, not very ambitious, but love tomato soup!

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  86. I would use the chopped tomatoes to make pasta sauce.

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  87. Cirio tinned Peeled Plum tomatoes to make spag bol.

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  88. I honestly want the keyring! My daughter collects keyrings, shed love this. Otherwise tinned tomatoes on toast. Delicious.

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  89. I would make a chorizo and chickpea stew using the chopping tomoatoes.

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  90. I would make a Filetti tomato and Mozzarella tart yummy

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  91. I would use Passata to make lunchtime pizza with the kids, using tortilla wraps as a base.

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