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Friday, December 10, 2010

Freebie Friday: Win a $100 gift voucher from Audrey & Marco online delicatessen



Do you tend to go Christmas shopping but then find yourself only buying presents for yourself?

Hey, I agree. You're worth it! And this week's Freebie Friday is the perfect prize for you!

You'll be able to shop to your heart's (and stomach's!) content with a $100 gift voucher from Audrey & Marco, the newly launched Australian online delicatessen with products from all over Europe. There are treats from Italy, France, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Germany, Poland, Macedonia, Serbia, Netherlands, Belgium, Slovenia, Lebanon, the United Kingdom and more.



THE PRIZE:
One lucky reader will win a $100 gift voucher from Audrey & Marco. This prize includes complimentary delivery - Audrey & Marco delivers to Australian addresses only.

The $100 voucher is valid for three months from date of issue and must be used in one transaction.

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HOW TO ENTER:
All you have to do is fulfil the requirements below:

Option 1:
  1. Check out the Audrey & Marco website and leave a comment on this post telling us: What's the first product you would add to your shopping basket?
  2. And then send an email to grabyourforkfreebiefriday@yahoo.com.au with the subject heading "Audrey & Marco" and include your full name and a copy of your published comment from this post.
Option 2:
  1. Enter via the Grab Your Fork facebook fan page. Simply leave your answer on the event listing here.

The winning entry will be decided on honesty, creativity or entertainment value. Don't be shy! You gotta be in it to win it! Readers may submit one entry per day as long as each answer is different.

The Audrey & Marco competition closes on Monday 10 January 2011 at 9.30pm AEST. The winner will be announced on Grab Your Fork on Tuesday 11 January 2011.

This competition has now closed. Congratulations to the lucky winner has been announced here.

More Grab Your Fork competitions to enter:
> Win a box of Sparkle Christmas cupcakes <-- last days!
(entries close Monday 13 December 2010)


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posted by Helen (Grab Your Fork) on 12/10/2010 12:10:00 am


92 Comments:

  • At 12/10/2010 12:59 am, Anonymous milkteaxx said…

    id love to add Sweet Chestnut Puree to my basket, i love anything chestnut! chestnuts are my babies xD i love the ones you find in hk the hawker style nomnom

     
  • At 12/10/2010 9:21 am, Blogger Gourmet Getaway said…

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  • At 12/10/2010 9:26 am, Blogger Gourmet Getaway said…

    I would choose the Audrey & Marco Antipasto Hamper. It has been amazing weather, I am sure the Audrey and Marco antipasto hamper would include a gorgeous range of delicious items to take on a summer picnic. I would just have to grab a ciabatta, bottle of champagne and a blanket and off I would go.

     
  • At 12/10/2010 9:27 am, Anonymous Esz said…

    Delicious delicous duck fat
    http://www.audreyandmarco.com.au/content_common/pr-Oils-and-Vinegars_Rougie-Duck-Fat.seo
    That is what I would buy - for all my roast potato needs. Mmmmm tasty

     
  • At 12/10/2010 10:50 am, Anonymous Rozzie Kaye said…

    I would have to choose the "Balsamic Solera 100 years, Antica Balsameria Emiliana - I have always wanted a bottle of really good Balsamic Vinegar to use for my salad dressings and in cooking... Would love to win this Freebie Friday to inspire my cooking and with Xmas coming up and a house full of guests it would come in handy...Merry Xmas
    Rozzie Kaye

     
  • At 12/10/2010 12:54 pm, Anonymous Jenny said…

    It would have to be the Artichoke & Black Truffle Pate, (Centro Tartufi Molise)there are many other things that are useful, or for presents for my family, but I purely want this becasue it sounds DELICIOUS and to spoil myself!!

     
  • At 12/10/2010 1:25 pm, Anonymous nuta said…

    The first thing I would choose is the Delicius anchovies. Both my dad & I love to eat them simply on bread. It's part of our Greekness!

     
  • At 12/10/2010 7:17 pm, Blogger cyberiagirl said…

    I'd go for the dried porcini mushrooms; I've been looking for somewhere to buy them for months! I have a book of mushroom recipes, and I need a whole lot!

     
  • At 12/11/2010 8:11 am, Anonymous Fiona said…

    First thing I would buy would be the Almond Torroncini - that way I would have something tasty to eat whilst I decided what else to buy

     
  • At 12/11/2010 9:39 pm, Blogger wei said…

    Wow.. So many goodies and delicacies.. My pick would be the “Goose Rillets, Le Truffe Cendree , 65g". I remember my parents bought a can of Goose Rillets for me on their first overseas trip to Paris. I was very young that time, probably around 10. Not appreciating the special taste, I started crying and was very upset that I did not get anything more “fun”. But now I really wish I can have a second taste of this with yummy crispy bread.

     
  • At 12/12/2010 8:59 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Panettone Basso Pasticceria! Panettone is great for desserts after Christmas - a decadent kilo would go a long way.. also sweetly toasted for breakfasts in bed on summer days..

     
  • At 12/12/2010 9:03 pm, Blogger Cyndie said…

    "Sweet Chestnut Puree" would be the first thing I buy. I'm from France and have been craving it for a long time now! We eat it especially around Christmas time, in crepes. Yummy! Thank you for the website link!

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:15 am, Anonymous Karen T said…

    Sour Cabbage Leaves, Marco Polo as it sure beats the hell out of sour grapes.

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:15 am, Anonymous Sue B said…

    Caramel Syrup, Monin... I need sweentening up (apparently), actually, I'd grab two!

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:15 am, Anonymous Stephen B said…

    I'd get me some goose fat, for ages I've been wanting to try roasting potatoes in goose fat with garlic and rosemary but as yet have never gotten around to sourcing goose fat

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:15 am, Anonymous Melisa M said…

    I'd get the Matis chocolate halva - My Grandparents would always buy me some when we went to market when I was little, and it was great fun eating big slices of it...I think chocolate would put an interesting spin on it!
    Also, half a kilo of delicious creamy chocolate flavoured substance is a winner in my book.

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:16 am, Anonymous Hannah T said…

    I'd add the Oliviero almond nougat wedge, so that I could take a big bite just before dessert on Christmas day, get my teeth all stuck together, and be physically unable to eat any Christmas Pudding (translation: delicious nougat beats citrus peel devil spawn forever).

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:16 am, Anonymous Linda C said…

    I'd love to add some Bravo Ground Coffee to my basket. There's nothing I enjoy more than my coffee.

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:16 am, Anonymous Keren O said…

    Oh the yummy yummy Almond Torroncini, thank goodness it's wrapped individual pieces, otherwise it wouldn't last for longer than a day or 2, not that I'm promising, it will anyway :)

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:17 am, Anonymous Tracy B said…

    Will be there

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:17 am, Anonymous Caroline K said…

    I have been busy purchasing, packing and posting some hampers for some
    Australian defence force servicepeople serving overseas. I would have loved the, "Mini Voglie Assorted Biscuits, Vicenzi, 600g," in each of those hampers.

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:17 am, Anonymous Jennifer B said…

    Cafes for long coffees, Tuscan views all around,
    Historic surroundings, gourmet offerings abound.
    Piazza del Campo where traffic never goes…
    Great memories of SIENA! I’m buying MUZZI PANFORTE ART ROTONDO!

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:17 am, Anonymous Karina W said…

    Syrup Wafers, Stroopie! I would love to shovel these into my mouth for breakfast!

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:18 am, Anonymous Carly P said…

    Definately the sweet chestnut puree! Just something you dont really see in shops here. Would love to make a dessert with it- off to google recipes now!

     
  • At 12/13/2010 1:18 am, Anonymous Kate R said…

    As soon as jamon arrives in-store, I'd be grabbing that! I had it for the first and only time at the Summit Restaurant in Sydney, in a wonderful dish with pear, and I was immediately smitten with the flavour :) I have so many ideas for what to do with it, I'm excited already and all I'm doing is entering for a possible chance to maybe get some jamon sometime in the future!

     
  • At 12/13/2010 8:39 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'd buy the Traditional Pannatone, Melegatti as I've never tried it before and I love everything Italian! :)

     
  • At 12/14/2010 4:47 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I would try the Asparagus and Black Truffle Pate. That sounds totally amazing! Though it was very hard to choose just one thing.

     
  • At 12/15/2010 10:49 am, Blogger susan said…

    How funny, I was actually just looking at this site a few minutes ago after searching online deli. Looks like a great website too! I would definitely get a range of antipasto items!

     
  • At 12/15/2010 9:06 pm, Blogger petrie46 said…

    Oh! so many lovely products i could use them all but the one i would use the most is Anchovy Paste, Scalia, it is on everything .toaste ,pizza ,made into dips

     
  • At 12/16/2010 2:36 pm, Anonymous Abby said…

    Definitely a traditional Pannetone, Christmas is not complete without one!

     
  • At 12/22/2010 10:47 am, Blogger bri said…

    If only the Prosciutto and Jamon section had products, because I would want every single thing that would be listed there - assuming of course that it's allowed to be posted to Tassie - I hope quarantine wouldn't block me from delicious meat!

    In terms of what's available now, I'd love some goose fat, white truffle oil and duck rillettes. Nom.

     
  • At 12/28/2010 6:52 pm, Blogger piccolanippy said…

    Traditional Pannatone, Melegatti, 750g because my mum loves Pannatone so I'd buy a Traditional Pannatone, Melegatti for my mum.

     
  • At 12/29/2010 8:12 am, Anonymous Daniel said…

    I can only choose one? Dilemna Dilemna - ok I'd go with the chestnut puree! What to use it for?
    Chestnut bisque?
    Chestnut irish whiskey cake? Chestnut biscotti?
    Chocolate chestnut tarts?
    More dilmenas!
    I'd need a $100 gift voucher simply to prevent my brain from pureeing with all the delicious possibilities!

     
  • At 12/29/2010 4:57 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Syrup Wafers, Stroopie - these bring back wonderful childhood memories of breakfast at my Oma's.

     
  • At 1/01/2011 6:23 pm, Anonymous Kim Brekelmans said…

    It was really hard to choose from all the delicious and scrumptious foods available, my mouth was watering just having a look. In the end I decided to go a little fancy and I have chosen the Connoisseur's Hamper, after all I do like to indulge!!

     
  • At 1/01/2011 11:27 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Sour Cherry Syrup! (and a straw if possible?)

     
  • At 1/02/2011 12:01 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Centro Tartufi Molise Minced Black Truffle in Extra Virgin Olive Oil -I’m a truffle virgin so I’d love to experiment with it in my pasta and risotto dishes!

    melissa

     
  • At 1/02/2011 4:06 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    My first pick would be the Truffle Honey, yummmm, intriguing. So many tempting delicacies.

     
  • At 1/03/2011 4:33 pm, Blogger Margaret said…

    A jar of Crab Apple Jelly. I can taste it now. Spread on a thick slice of fresh bread.

     
  • At 1/04/2011 10:55 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The Fig Jam appeals to me - I'm trying to find one that is as good as my mother used to make.

     
  • At 1/04/2011 7:08 pm, Blogger Melissa said…

    I just don't think I could go past adding one (or three)! of Audrey and Marco's Madagascan Organic Vanilla Beans! There is nothing better than using real vanilla bean (extract has its place... but I'm all for keeping it real when I can)! I can just taste the vanilla now in my sponge cakes and custards! Mmmm!

     
  • At 1/05/2011 11:59 am, Blogger Cheryl said…

    Chocolate chestnut tarts! Morish, decadent and definately one i would love to try!

    wikkie1@gmail.com

     
  • At 1/05/2011 10:40 pm, Anonymous Em said…

    Id pick one of each bags of pasta...id eat pasta everyday if i could...Hang on! Who says i can't??...off to look for sauces now..YUM

     
  • At 1/06/2011 10:59 am, Anonymous Val C said…

    Jaffa Cakes and best of all, these won't be rolling down the cinema aisles! They sound simply scrumptious!

     
  • At 1/08/2011 1:26 pm, Anonymous Kelly Horne said…

    I would add the Dried Porcini to my basket - I saw a beautiful recipe for a mushroom risotto the other day and Id love to cook it, this would be a perfect addition to the recipe!

     
  • At 1/08/2011 2:55 pm, Anonymous Amanda K said…

    There was a cute chocoholic in Adelaide
    In Clavileno cocoa powder she'd marinate
    Chocolate bath too passe?
    Then a Spanish souffle
    Ofrecer my fantasy!

     
  • At 1/08/2011 11:56 pm, Blogger austhome said…

    Anchovy Fillets in Olive Oil, Delicius , 90g as that's the way that I want to eat my anchovies, mmm, I can just taste them now.

     
  • At 1/09/2011 5:18 am, Blogger rosewendy said…

    I'd put an Audrey & Marco Antipasto Hamper in my basket. A delicious little bit of everything. Yum

     
  • At 1/09/2011 1:38 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Pitted cherries, as they're so versatile I'd love them in just about anything. They'd be very delicious in my Cherry cake!

     
  • At 1/09/2011 4:40 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Audrey's Custom Hamper, it would be lovely for my family
    I could choose something for everyone that they'd enjoy.

    -Amanda

     
  • At 1/09/2011 7:49 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Quince Paste!
    I have seen a number of recipes lately using Quince Paste, but honestly have no idea what it is. I'd love to try it and experiment a little with it.

     
  • At 1/09/2011 11:15 pm, Anonymous Annette Nardini said…

    The Savoiardi Biscottificio or Italian Sponge Finger Biscuits for short (OK...not quite short) but just saying the name makes me feel so much more interesting. These sponge fingers would make good companions with my vanilla & chocolate custard trifle...oh yummy. Uh Oh! Looks like my New Year's Resolution can start tomorrow (dastardly thing)...I'm off to forage in the pantry!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:15 am, Anonymous Chio Z said…

    Pomegranate Molasses! It's recently been my new favorite topping for pancakes..and toast, mixed into cakes and stired into tea...ok, I'm addicted to the stuff! I need more :D

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:16 am, Anonymous Sally M said…

    Oliviero Almond Nougat Wedge - I can't wait to get my hands on that baby and sink my teeth into the delightful stickiness. I'll be sucking and picking lumps of nougat from my teeth for hours thereafter - and probably even still when I need to phone the dentist for a post-nougat repair!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:16 am, Anonymous Kelly L said…

    smoked seas salt flakes, oh my mouth is watering and my mind is wondering just thinking about all the things I will use this for..........................................

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:17 am, Anonymous Tanya C said…

    Mmmm....Jaffa Cakes......something very different. I certainly would NOT be rolling these down the aisle. :P

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:17 am, Anonymous Roberto C said…

    Answer - Garofalo Rigatoni & Lutenica Sauce - Perfect pasta and sauce duet, this Romeo cooked - and Julie' et!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:18 am, Anonymous Keli R said…

    My 7 year old loves to help make pasta and I'd like to see her face if a slipped a bit of La Riunione Squid Ink into the mix when she wasn't looking.

    Recently she told me, in all seriousness, that she's over her "Goth stage" but, despite her new-found maturity, I think she'd still appreciate some delicious black fettucine :0)

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:18 am, Anonymous Arctic D said…

    Grapefruit Marmalade, Tiptree

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:27 am, Anonymous Jacqueline L said…

    Great for cheese platter,
    With roasted meats,
    Maybe on a sandwich
    Or a tart for sweets.

    ...Sperlari Mustard fruits
    Yes please!!!!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:27 am, Anonymous Mimma C said…

    Some Olive Oil, filippo Berio to make some fresh Bruschetta with Italian madness!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:27 am, Anonymous Laura J said…

    A festive Panettone Basso Pasticceria to enjoy!
    Tiptree's Old-Times Orange Marmalade - I used to live in a surrounding village and love the smell!
    And with healthy resolutions upon us - Riccardo Balsamic Vinegar of Modena (8 year) for some tasty salads.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:28 am, Anonymous Shelly C said…

    Jaffa Cakes sound devine.... would love to try these.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:29 am, Anonymous Tracy B said…

    Once I spotted the Morello Pitted Cherries, Marco Polo, I simply would not be able to resist, a gourmet experience would soon be on the menu, Black Forrest Cheesecake, delicously wicked.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:30 am, Anonymous Tania F said…

    To my sheer delight I have now found somewhere I can buy Duck Confit. After a visit to France and sampling the mouth watering duck I have been pining for it ever since. I have searched the width and bredth of Australia and it cannot be bought here. We even bought fresh duck and duck fat and tried cooking it ourselves which was a complete and utter disaster. Thank you Audrey & Marco - im just about to place my first order now. Cheers.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:30 am, Anonymous Samantha C said…

    Dolmades (Onassis) - I love to create a big 'meze' with delicious Greek food from the Gods.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:30 am, Anonymous Jenny W said…

    Tiptree Crab Apple Jelly. Yum! We have such a boring range of jams and jellys in our supermarkets. I just LOVE exploring Delis and discovering new flavours.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:31 am, Anonymous Elissa H said…

    WOW, Squid Ink I stare at curiously..!
    Reminds me of 20,000 leagues under the sea!
    Captain Nemo must have mixed this with pasta!
    With fiery Cholula hot sauce he would have cried out to his Mumma!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:31 am, Anonymous Sally N said…

    A Pantry Filler Hamper - After the Christmas and New Year cooking extravaganza I've got no inspiration for dinners, I need to be able to reach into my pantry and come out with something delicious!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:32 am, Anonymous Annette B said…

    Falafel Mix, Cortas as I've tried to make Falafel and they are they are tasteless and dry, this would be so yummy and my own

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:32 am, Anonymous Elizabeath G said…

    Cortas Pomegranate Molasses as I love making a duck marinade with it. Guests love it -- my new fave dinner guest meal. I

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:33 am, Anonymous Lucy L said…

    Rolnik Stuffed Peppers with Cheese....no...Onassis Dolmades......or maybe some Edel Duck Foie Gras Mousse....perhaps I should just select an Audrey and Marco hamper and let you decide for me :)

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:33 am, Anonymous Susan B said…

    I would start with Croatian rosehip jam, as I loved the Croatian jams when I was over there, then I would work my way around the world of jams!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:33 am, Anonymous Ally G said…

    I think Balsamic Solera 100 years Vinegar. Seeing as I put vinegar on practically everything, it would be good to splurge and treat my tastebuds on something i couldn't normally afford. Oooh or maybe the Squid Ink. It's so hard to come by to buy.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:34 am, Anonymous Nessa P said…

    Believe it or not pomegrante molasses I've looked for it everywhere so that I can make the spicy chicken tagine receipe I found in my local community magazine

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:34 am, Anonymous Lynne L said…

    Goose Fat, La Truffe Cendree

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:35 am, Anonymous Sarah B said…

    I would love to add the Fig Jam to my basket- I am a lover of jams and this sounds delicious!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:35 am, Anonymous Monica S said…

    Pumpernickel..from my oma to my mum, then to me,
    Us Dutchies love Spiced Gouda on pumpernickel you see,
    Shared treat for lunch and great company,
    Its a perfect time out and where we love to be!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 12:36 am, Anonymous Kaa L said…

    Madagascan Organic Vanilla Beans, I would love to cook with them - Delicious!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 8:23 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'm an amateur cook - Mastering the Art of French Cooking, and would love Goose Fat, to master Julia Child's Cassoulet.

     
  • At 1/10/2011 1:21 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    So many exotic products in one place warrants trying something completely new to me...! I would buy the Artichoke and Black Truffle Pate - looks amazing!

     
  • At 1/10/2011 7:14 pm, Anonymous Louise Rhodes said…

    Organic Carnoli rice, for the ultimate risotto, with fresh caps, cepes and tasty shitakes too, it would taste heaven but boy it is hard to choose!

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:08 am, Anonymous Renee H said…

    sour cherry syrup sounds interesting.

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:09 am, Anonymous Elizabeth D said…

    duck duck duck, goose! Goose fat I would add first so I can make the crispiest crunchiest potato chips ever eaten

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:09 am, Anonymous Amy Z said…

    cortas orange blossom water sounds fantastic already, i love anything orange so im sucked in to buying alot of things that i dont really need

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:10 am, Anonymous Narelle C said…

    Truffled Duck Foie Gras , by La Truffe Cendree. It sounds just divine, perfect treat for post christmas & new year recovery (with a glass of red wine of course).

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:10 am, Anonymous Maria U said…

    I want The Works Hamper! It has everything, not just ONE product!

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:10 am, Anonymous Gisueppe C said…

    Sicilian Lemon Juice - the lemoniest lemons in the whole wide world! The perfect way to execute my summer favourite lemon, pepper & garlic bbq chicken

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:11 am, Anonymous Gisueppe C said…

    On second thoughts, the Penne Rigate by Giuseppe - there's no doubt this pasta cant be anything but the tastiest ;)

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:11 am, Anonymous Larina R said…

    Audrey and Marco's online deli,
    has so many treats to fill my belly!
    But I went straight for the dutch,
    cause I go weak when I clutch
    the divine Syrup wafers by Stroopie!
    ...
    :)

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:12 am, Anonymous Nat F said…

    My first thoughts is Almond Croccante , Oliviero, I'm addicted to chocolate

     
  • At 1/11/2011 1:41 am, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Thank you everyone for your entries. The name of the lucky winner has been announced here.

     

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