Tuesday, July 9, 2013

The Boring Blog Giveaway WEEK 4....Last Week to Enter!


It's Summer.  Things slow down this time of year in the Bloggiverse.
I think it's time for a return of.........
Sluggy's BORING BLOG BOX GIVEAWAY!
 
Here's how it works if you are new here.......
 
I put things in the box(mostly what I have gotten for free or almost free)each week and when the box is filled we draw a winner from all the entries received.

Here is what went into the Box today.....stuff for the girly girls......
 
 

 

1.  2 x  NYC Lip Stain
2.  2 x Magnetix Nail Poish
3.  1 x Maybelline Mascara
 
THE BOX IS NOW FULL!  THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO ENTER.
 
Let's recap everything in this box, shall we?



 

 If this is your first time, please go read all the rules for these Giveaways HERE.  *As always, if you are located outside the US, you CAN enter and win but weight restrictions/shipping costs may mean your prize box will contain less items.*

***Time to enter.....You can enter on this Giveaway post ONLY until I close the giveaway on July 15, Monday at 11:59pm.  This gives y'all just under 1 week to get all those last minute entries in.  Somebody is going to win this box of goodies and the entries are fairly low at this point in time so get your bad self in on this!

1 entry per person per day on THIS POST.
Leave your name/email addy and a COMMENT on this post.  

This week I want to hear about your garden(if you have one)and what you are planning on cooking/making with all the produce you are growing.  If you don't have a garden, tell me about your trips to the farmer's market or trips to actual farms to get produce or your CSA box.  What veggies are you loving now and what can't you wait to get later in the Season?
 
Personally, I can't wait until the local homegrown maters come in.  WoooBoy! Mmmmmm......
We'll be subsisting on sandwiches and salads when those babies start ripening!!! 8-))
 
You can come directly to this blog post or find it through the link on the right side bar to leave 1 comment per day.  The current Giveaway Post will be linked right at the top of the side bar.

Please NOTE--You MUST be a follower to enter the Giveaway.  If you aren't one, just click on the "Follow" button on the right hand side of my blog to become a follower.

There are 2 ways to get 2 EXTRA entries on this and each new Giveaway Post.......

1. Put my blog on your blog's Blogroll.  Leave an extra comment for this entry on THIS POST with the URL of your blog so I can go check it out. **If I'm already on your Blogroll, say so in an extra entry comment once each week of this giveaway.
2.  Blog about this Giveaway on your blog with a link to this post.  Leave an extra comment for this entry on THIS POST with a link to your blog post so I can go view it.  You can do this extra entry once each week of this giveaway.
 
These giveaways run about 4 weeks, depending on how often I get a blog post done.  The winner will be drawn from all valid entries received before the closing date of the giveaway.


 Any questions?  Just email me.

Happy Entering!! 

Sluggy

16 comments:

  1. Garden? What garden? I still have 12 huge tomato plants to put into the ground, 3 squash, and lots of seeds. I am going to get blackberries from the market and probably some tomatoes this week.

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  2. This year I did not grow my own veggies but I visit a Local Farm shop for all our produce. They have great prices and the most amazing tasting veggies! I love all in season veggies and look forward to each season. Next month I will start receiving my veggie box of the month. The company we picked will be including recipe cards every week which is a great way to learn to cook with things I normally do not use.

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  3. Well, we had a garden but due to all of the rain the south has received the garden drowned. We have six tomato plants that are hanging on for dear life. We were able to get some squash, zucchini, about eight bell peppers, eight cucumbers, and a few tomatoes. We are trying to decide if we want to replant this weekend. We love sauteed squash, zucchini, and onions.

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  4. Well, I just moved to a new place. No garden here. We did visit a fresh produce stand and bought some local corn. It was delicious. We also got some nice peaches.

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  5. I learned that I can grow dill with the best of them. LOL I'm not talking about the tomatoes.

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  6. I pulled the weeds from my garden and now it's all bare dirt. I never DID get any seeds planted... Maybe next year!
    Is it too late for greenbeans?

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  7. We don't really have room for much of a garden. We do have a large deck so we are able to do a little container gardening. My husband planted slicing tomatoes. I planted two varieties of cherry tomatoes (one red and the other yellow). This summer I have been using them in an Ina Garten recipe for Summer Garden Pasta Not only is it delicious it is no cook! I guess this really isn't a recipe as much as it is a suggestion. You can use what ever type of tomatoes you have on hand. I hope you give it a try.

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/summer-garden-pasta-recipe/index.html

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  8. Hello again !
    I love reading some of the great posts from everyone and ty for sharing the recipe . I am going to try it out once we get to our farmers market. They host a market here weekly with all kinds of fresh produce. It truly is a treat.
    sbfugate@bellsouth.net

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  9. I have tomato plants in containers. I ate my first 'mater this week. It was yummy and I hope there are many more. If I get enough, I'm gonna can some. I might try to make some sun dried 'maters too. We have the sun part down here in CA.

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  10. I'm back. Poor you!
    I need to weed my garden bad and the dill is taking over. Den is just itching to cut it down. It is getting a bit out of control. Don't tell him I said that. I just want to make pickle.

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  11. I will be stocking up on fruit whenever I can get it at any market.

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  12. I took stock of my frozen fruit and have NO blackberries! Since Hubby had foot surgery a couple of weeks ago, we really can't go pick any. Oh, he would if I would let him. Maybe we will get some before the season is over.

    Sure wish I could grow them.

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  13. Both of my parents loved to garden. Mother focused on flowers while Daddy took care of trees, a small veg garden and many, many blackberry plants. He grew a variety called Olallieberry or sometimes known as Marionberries. My daughter was one of those black hair and nails "Goth" teenagers. She never went in the sun! Well wouldn't you know it. She turned out to be the newest gardener in the family! She still tries not to get any sun. She raises both flowers and vegetables. In April her home was part of a garden tour. My parents would be so proud!

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  14. Since I live in farm territory I don't have a need for a garden. I just go down the block and buy whatever is in season. This week we're enjoying zucchini. I enjoy using it in a frittata! Yum.

    I gave you a tweet. Would that count?

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