Friday, December 13, 2013

A Milk & Honey Giveaway!

It's an exciting day--our first giveaway. I have mentioned Milk & Honey Ice Cream before, a small batch ice cream company that utilizes seasonal, local ingredients. Their ice cream is made only from all the good stuff: organic cream, eggs and evaporated cane juice -- that's it, no stabilizers or other strange ingredients.

Their Rum Ginger Caramel Ice Cream was amazing! My Pear & Butternut Squash Pie was delicious, but that ice cream took it over the top into the completely, utterly fabulous realm. Well, today, you get a chance to win two pints of Milk & Honey Ice Cream! Cool, right? (Seriouslyno pun intended.)

Brittaney is the talent behind these wonderful ice creams. She's a local Sonoma mom, and all around great gal, and has graciously offered to host a giveaway here. You can enter to win a pint of each of this month's flavors, and they sound fabulous:

Eggnog: Straus organic cream and milk, Hooker House bourbon and cognac with a touch of winter spices.

Chocolate Chip Candied Orange: Straus organic cream and milk, homemade candied organic orange and chocolate chips with swirls of silky chocolate sauce.

I am also going to include a jar of my homemade Salted Caramel Sauce, just in case you want to "gild the lily." With just 4 ingredients, organic cream, butter, cane sugar, and sea salt, it is completely delicious drizzled over ice cream, cakes, or folded into marshmallows. More to come on that . . .

So, how to enter? You need not be local to win -- I will pack it up appropriately and FedEx it anywhere in the United States. Sorry, Australian readers, no international shipping yet.

Step (2) Like Milk & Honey on Facebook.

(If you are already a fan, yay! Just go to Step (3).)

Step (3) Then leave a comment on the Olive Oil Salt & Pepper Page on Facebook letting us know the ice cream flavor you'd most like to try!

For an extra entry, just share this Facebook post and we will add your name to the drawing again.

The winner will be selected on Wednesday, December 18th. 

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