Thank God It's Friday!
Did you back a winner in the Melbourne Cup? If not, never fear, because Freebie Friday is here!
Today we have TWO competitions to enter, and there are SEVEN chances to win! You can enter both competitions and submit entries each day. Please note the different closing dates for each competition.
Scanpan Classic Roaster
Love a Sunday roast but dread the prospect of washing up? The kind folk at KitchenwareDirect have kindly donated TWO Scanpan roasting pans that will put an end to your washing-up tears. Bake a chicken, roast a side of beef or caramelise vegetables to your heart's content - then rejoice as the sticky residue slides effortlessly off the ceramic titanium non-stick coating.
Like all Scanpan Classic products, this roaster tray is guaranteed for life to never chip, flake, blister, or crack. If you miss out on winning this prize, you can get your own from KitchenwareDirect for only $119 - that's less than half the recommended retail price!
One Scanpan Classic Roaster in medium size (5L capacity)
There are two roasters to win.
This competition is open to Australian residents only.
HOW TO ENTER:
All you have to do is:
- Leave a comment on this post and tell us what's the first thing you would you cook in this roasting tray?
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading "Roast" and include your full name and a copy of your published comment on this post.
The Scanpan Roaster competition closes on Friday 20/11/09 at 5.30pm AEST. The two winners will be announced on Grab Your Fork on Monday 23/11/09.
Movie passes to The Boys Are Back
Our second giveaway is for in-season movie passes to The Boys Are Back. Directed by David Hicks (Shine) and starring Clive Owen (Closer and Gosford Park), this new Australian film was primarily shot in the beautiful countryside of South Australia.
The film is based on the memoirs of Simon Carr, a writer and columnist who found himself suddenly responsible for bringing up two sons following the tragic death of his wife. It's a story about family, coping with crisis, dealing with life, and a father's new-found parenting philosophy to "just say yes".
Carr said that he originally wrote the memoir "to tell what it was like for a single father to bring up two boys in an all-male household."
The movie soundtrack includes music by Icelandic band Sigur Rós, Australian grunge group Mayfield, and original compositions by Hal Lindes (ex-Dire Straits).
An in-season double pass to see The Boys Are Back.
There are FIVE double passes to win (Australian residents only).
The film opens across Australia on November 12, 2009. Watch the trailer or visit the official The Boys Are Back site.
HOW TO ENTER:
All you have to do is:
- Leave a comment on this post and tell us what's one rule you would, or do instil as a parent? It doesn't have to be complex - "eat your vegetables", "clean your room" or "dont run with scissors" will do, although originality, creativity and/or humour counts!
- Send an email to email@example.com with the subject heading "Boys" and include your full name and a copy of your published comment on this post.
The Boys Are Back competition closes on Friday 13/11/09 at 5.30pm AEST. The five winners will be announced on Grab Your Fork on Monday 16/11/09.
Luke's mum with copies of his new book The Songs of Sapa
Don't forget you still have one week left to enter the Freebie Friday competition to win a copy of Luke Nguyen's lastest book, The Songs of Sapa. You've been watching his series, Luke Nguyen's Vietnam on SBS - now get the book to make all the recipes! Enter now!
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11/06/2009 12:32:00 a.m.