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Win a Heal Farm Valentines Meal Box


COMPETITION CLOSED
Heal Farm owner Anne Petch is kindly giving Jam and Clotted Cream readers the chance to win a fantastic Heal Farm Valentines Meal Box in a Valentines inspired competition.

The box is delivered ready to cook and includes two tender Ruby Red Westcountry sirloin steaks, a handmade Mocha Heaven dessert  (chocolate, coffee, cream, Tia Maria in a light soft sponge) and a bottle of Ventoux Fleury Red Wine.

For you chance to win all you have to do is;
1. Tell me what sauce you would serve with the steak.
2. Answers can be left in the comments section of this post, on the Jam and Clotted Cream Facebook Page and Twitter (start tweet @jamandcream steak).
3. Share the competition on Facebook or RT on Twitter for an extra entry.
4. Open to UK residents only.
5. Competition closes Friday 4th February 5pm.


Comments

  1. chris bull @sparky6121 January 2011 at 07:18

    I'd serve the steak with red peppercorn sauce, I find the heat really brings out the flavour of the steak and it's great to dip chips in too :-)

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  2. ohhhh, stilton and wallnut, mom nom nom nom! ;D x

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  3. Definitely a brandy and black pepper cream sauce - nothing else will do for such a fabulous steak!

    bevmetalllica@ gmail.com

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  4. oooooh, medium rare steak and red wine, my favourite. Topped off with a Diane sauce. Perfect!!

    Can't wait for baby to arrive so I can have this again! :-)

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  5. I think I'd take it retro and serve with a Dianne sauce. Oh yum!

    Katie xox

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  6. I'd serve Blackberry and Sage sauce - would compliment the steak flavour without masking it.

    Have tweeted as @beachrambler

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  7. I would serve the steak with brandy,blackpepper creme fresh and mushroon and garlic in the sauce

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  8. Horseradish sauce would add a perfectly delicious accompanYment.

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  9. I would have to serve the steak with blackberry sage sauce - exquisite!

    Following and tweeted on Twitter @alien_83

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  10. French mustard sauce is the perfect accompaniment to good steak.

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  11. I wouldn't drown a steak that good in a sauce, I'd just have a little wholegrain mustard on the side - yum!

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  12. Ooh it would have to be a spicy black peppercorn sauce. Yum!

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  13. I'm ultra greedy (and indecisive) and I'd serve several sauces. For our wedding last year, our main course was 'steak frites' served with a choice of five sauces: bearnaise, peppercorn, red wine and shallot, garlic and creamy Dijon mustard sauce. With these steaks though, I'd probably go with my favourite (bearnaise) and my husband's favourite (green peppercorn). Yum!

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  14. I'd serve it with a lovely red wine sauce made with a little of that delicious Ventoux Fleury.

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  15. I've been practicing my bearnaise and I think it's nearly worthy of that lovely steak! But I'd serve it on the side so some bites could just be meaty meaty goodness.

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  16. Have retweeted too :) http://twitter.com/nickiem/status/28439057914658817

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  17. My favourite sauce for my rare steak:

    the meat juices running into the cream from the perfect dauphinoise sat next to it.

    mmmm.

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  18. I'd serve with our favourite green peppercorn and horseradish sauce , yummy.

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  19. more steak :P

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  20. Mmmm heat some butter in a pan add a bit of crushed garlic then a handful of prawns, pour that lot over a nice rare steak served with big fat homemade chips and some mushrooms, absolute heaven :) x

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  21. No sauce for me!Medium to well done steak big chunks chips, a nice salad, fried mushrooms and onion rings for side! umm whats for pud?????? ;-)

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  22. I think the best it will be pepper sauce

    marzutek@gmail.com

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  23. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/#!/marzutek/status/28807272683544576


    marzutek@gmail.com

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  24. Pepper Sauce for my lovely hubby it is his favorite

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  25. I just posted as anonomous! couldn't access my google account! Its @MWeston13 on twitter and I said Pepper sauce for my lovely hubby. I have also tweeted :0) xx

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  26. I would serve pepper sauce x

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  27. Only one way to eat a steak...thats with a nice peppercorn sauce, homemade chunky chips, & peas (maybe a few onion rings) lol
    *hungry now* x
    Will repost on FB :)

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  28. I love Bearnaise but I think I'd go for a port and stilton sauce, would be delicious!

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  29. bernaise sauce or Encona Original Hot Pepper Sauce are the best

    tweeted @leiajulie

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  30. for me a pepper sauce

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  31. I love stilton and walnut sauce!

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  32. oooo that steak looks divine - why spoil it with a sauce???

    However, if I had to choose it would be a lovely stilton sauce or perhaps a garlic and herby butter sauce mmmmmmmmmmmm

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  33. have shared on Facebook - Donna Baxter

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  34. and have tweeted link on twitter - twitter id @dmbaxt xxxx

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  35. I would serve it with a creamy wild mushroom sauce, lots of rich earthy flavor to compliment the tenderness of the steak.

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  36. Forgot to say i RT'd @shell21m :)

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  37. Oh it looks lovely!

    Mine is coming next week for review and giveaway!

    So please do not enter me!

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  38. I'd serve with black peppercorn sauce. Thank you for the competition! x
    Sharing on facebook. x

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  39. Oooh now I do love a nice steak!
    It'd have to be Béarnaise sauce for me please!
    Ps: I'll share this on Twitter and Facebook now.

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  40. My fiance makes a mean Argentinean Steak Sauce......The smoked paprika he uses really adds a rich flavour to what would no doubt be an amazing steak

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  41. Ooh drooling, I think I would serve with a pink peppercorn and red wine sauce. Hmmm I am soo hungry now.

    Thanks for the opportunity.
    @Jo_Bryan

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  42. teak and peppercorn sauce... and Garlic Potatoes served by #NakedGino :)

    @paulinepppp (Twitter)

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  43. Peppercorn sauce - YUMMY!!!

    i follow on fb and twitter and have shared the comp

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  44. A nice peppercorn sauce nom nom nom

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  45. As its Valentines it would have to be a Strawberry and Black Pepper Sauce!
    I got the recipe from Tesco's website and think it would go perfectly!

    Will RT your link too :-)

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  46. for me it would have to be red wine sauce....rich and luxurious, feels very naughty

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  47. I'd serve with a blue cheese sauce for sure!

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  48. I would serve this with a creamy crabmeat sauce, a slightly different take on the classic surf n' turf :-)

    ..and some potato gratin on the side.

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  49. will tunnicliffe28 January 2011 at 18:46

    Definitely Stilton and Black Peppcorn sauce with onion rings and chunky chips.

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  50. Oh definitely a red wine with mushroom and roasted onion sauce.

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  51. I'd serve a salsa verde (capers, anchovies, mustard red wine vinegar, parsley, rocket, watercress good olive oil)and some pommes allumettes.

    (I tweet as schooldinners)

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  52. Would have to be a port and stilton sauce - golly I'm hungry now!

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  53. I wouldn't! The steak looks that good I'd leave it as nature intended, cook it rare & serve it with chunky chips & homemade blackened garlic mushrooms.

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  54. Hmmmm, I'm thinking maybe a garlic and cream sauce, although obvs not a good choice for creating a romantic mood - teehee!

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  55. ooh, have tweeted about it too :)

    @__yummymummy__

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  56. I would serve my steak with a Mustard Cream Sauce

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  57. shared the giveaway on facebook
    (Janet Taylor)

    and tweeted @Jaz246t

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  58. Put the steaks to rest, reserve the cooking juices in the pan, heat and swill with a good slug of red wine,makes a delicious simlpe Jus gravy.
    Pinksock

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  59. A rich, cream-based Wild Mushroom sauce with a touch of brandy. Yum.

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  60. I'd make a cheese and pepper sauce. Yum.

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  61. Oh I would make a whisky mushroom sauce

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  62. Love peppercorn sauce.

    Have tweeted @suedong

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  63. I think oyster sauce would be great for valentines day (even though there's no actual oysters in it)
    1 teaspoon each of - soy sauce, vinegar, cornflour.
    2 tablespoon -oyster sauce.
    4 tablespoon beef stock
    combine all ingedients and pour over meat while cooking
    yummy

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  64. A simple peppercorn sause to enhance the flavour of the steak athowewithout overwelming it.

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  65. A creamy mushroom and brandy sauce.

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  66. Has to be peppercorn ..yum !

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  67. i just love creamy pepper sauce

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  68. i love creamy peppercorn sauce

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  69. i love creamy peppercorn sauce

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  70. It would either be a Diane sauce or a creamy peppercorn sauce. Both are fabulous accompaniment and it would depend what mood I was in that night

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  71. def peppercorn sauce but lashings of it love loads to dip ships and bread in . tweeted @lottiegirlx

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  72. Onion and creme fraiche with a glug of brandy

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  73. Caramelised onion and creme fraiche sauce with a hint of brandy

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  74. BBQ Sauce

    Have tweeted @jaimecheese

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  75. Steak looks lovely...I would serve it with a peppercorn sauce with a few chilli flakes for added heat!

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  76. I'd serve this steak blue with a red wine and shallots sauce. @MrMrsReed on twitter x

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  77. Wow that steak looks amazing and at the risk of being totally unoriginal i am going to say pepper sauce.......it is soooooo the right choice!

    Claire Jane - Facebook

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  78. Why on earth would you want sauce with such an amazing looking steak?? A little salt and pepper is all you need! :)

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  79. A creamy peppercorn sauce

    FOllowing on twitter - @beclee09

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  80. It's really generous of Anne to giveaway such a fantastic (and tasty!) prize. Nothing beats sirloin steak with a classic Horseradish sauce as the delicious flavours complement each other.

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  81. I'd have barbeque and red wine sauce that I make, the smoky flavour really compliments the steak. Fab giveaway! xx

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  82. I'd like to have the chance to serve it with a Stilton and cranberry sauce
    Thank you for running this yummy giveaway
    Have tweeted and shared also xx
    MibsXX

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  83. I'd serve them with a nice creamy wild mushroom sauce :-)

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  84. Would have to be a Wasabi Sauce made with butter, shallots, garlic, white wine, double cream & wasabi paste.

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  85. Would be just English mustard for us, nothing else.

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  86. I'd keep it simple with some lovely garlic butter. Yum!

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  87. Pepper sauce every time !

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  88. Ok you will probably look at my thoughts with dismay as not being very foodie but I would quite happily eat a hunk of steak without any sauce sorry xx

    Though that said I like creamy peppercorn sauce

    lifes_a_tweet

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  89. With a red wine reduction with a touch of grated dark chocolate to make it richer

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  90. I like mine simple, just salt & pepper & some fried mushrooms, nommy x

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  91. creamy peppercorn for me every time!

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  92. I would serve the steak with chargrilled green beans and homemade chips. Yummy yummy!
    @flamingice48

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  93. I tried it with honey and a toch of marmalade once...surprisingly really nice although the pan was a nightmare to clean!

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  94. mmmm....peppercorn for me...

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