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Giveaway: Beouf Bourguignon Seasonal Box from Knorr


For your chance to win a Beouf Bourguignon seasonal box from Knorr (in association with Forman and Field) containing the following....
  • 800g beef brisket
  • 200g pearl onions
  • 200g wild mushrooms
  • unsmoked bacon
  • 125ml port
  • leek and celery
  • thyme and parsley
  • Bolney Estate Lychgate Red Wine
  • Knorr Rich Beef Stock Pot
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  1. Another fabulous giveaway! Thank you so much!

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  2. Ooooooh brisket! I love a bit of brisket :D good luck everyone

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  3. Oh this looks fantastic........

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  4. Ooh, yes please would love to win this!

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  5. yummy, would love hubby to cook this!!

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  6. Looks gorgeous - would love to win!

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  7. That photo makes it look seriously tasty, would love to win this

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  8. Lovely - I'm just getting the slow cooker warmend up......

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  9. I love Beouf Bourguignon, thank you for the giveaway.

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  10. great giveaway, this would be great to come hom to after being cooked in the slow cooker all day.

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  11. Great giveaway - love seasonal recipes.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  12. What a fantastic idea for this cold weather! x

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  13. Hi and thanks for the giveaway.

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  14. Could make an awesome pie with this

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  15. Richard Gallagher7 November 2012 at 13:52

    Sounds delicious

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  16. Thanks for the chance, this looks fab

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  17. This recipe was written for me....I LOVE Beouf Bouruignon! Ultimate comfort winter food!

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  18. My mouth is watering....a heartwarming meal!!! Lovely giveaway xx

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  19. It's our anniversary on 25 November - I'd love to win it to cook for us then.

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  20. Fantastic giveaway, thanks so much.

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  21. good luck everyone ( including me ) !!

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  22. Mmmmm...my mouth is watering!

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  23. Thanks for another fab giveaway

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  24. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse7 November 2012 at 16:36

    Brilliant competitions.

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  25. Fabulous giveaway thank you. Could just eat a plate of that now to warm me up ...brrrr

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  26. Looks great! :)

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  27. Great excuse to have the family round for lunch!

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  28. I love this recipe!
    My husband hates it though. If I win, does that mean I don't have to share?

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  29. Fab prize...Thanks for the giveaway

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  30. thankyou for another lovely prize

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  31. perfect winter meals

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  32. Really fab giveaway. Thank you!

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  33. Beouf Bourguignon's a dish I'd really love to try out, it looks truly mouthwatering :)

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  34. I love Beouf Bourguignon. I havent eaten it for years. Have never cooked it myself before only eaten it in a restaurant but the box looks great as it contains everything you need to make it.

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  35. fab prize


    jillwebb@blueyonder.co.uk

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  36. Thats looks so good, fingers crossed :)

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  37. What an amazing prize, thank you

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  38. This looks a lovely box to try

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  39. Brilliant giveaway, Thank-you :-)

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  40. Great competition, please enter me.

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  41. Oooh - would love to have a go at making this! x

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  42. Beouf Bourguignon...quel beau repas aka lovely meal

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  43. this looks yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy i'm getting hungry!!!!

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  44. A lovely prize - I'm always drawn to foodie prizes!

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  45. I love cooking brisket, with onions and stock especially in the slow cooker.

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  46. what a great box of goodies to win!

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  47. I must admit in the cold weather Beef bourginion is one of my favourite meals but I don't cook it as often as I would like due to the time it usually takes me but am really interested in using the stock pot instead which will save me time.

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  48. This looks absolutely delish. Yum!!

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  49. A fabulous Prize - thanks for the chance x

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  50. Looks fantastic.Great prize :)

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  51. A fantastic giveaway - I have my knife and fork ready!

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  52. Beef that melts in your mouth, booze, earthy mushrooms...life doesn't get much better than this!

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  53. fab giveaway, that pic is making me hungry!

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  54. A fabulous prize, I would love to win.

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  55. Looks really yummy, would be perfect on a cold winter's evening!

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  56. I have never attempted to make that before, but will be doing so in the near future!!

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  57. I love Beouf Bourguignon, might adapt this to do in my slow cooker, I bet the smell is amazing!

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  58. Wow, this looks amazing - I would love to win this fab prize!

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  59. Om nom nom nom

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  60. Deeeeelicious! Would love to win! Another super competition! Thanks! ;-)

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  61. In the winter my slow cooker takes pride of place in my kitchen, filling the kitchen with some super aroma's to come home to, and this set of ingredients looks like it would do the same. Very nice

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  62. Wow, this would make a lovely treat!Can't remember the last time we had some decent meat!

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  63. brilliant giveaway thankyou for the chance xx

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  64. Great prize thanks. I could cook my brother his favourite meat if I won :)

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  65. Ooooh! Lovely giveaway!! Thank you!!! :)

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  66. Fantastic giveaway that looks so yummy! Thank you :) x

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  67. Mmmm this has made me hungry now

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  68. Another fabulous giveaway! Thank you very much

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  69. Another fabulous giveaway! Thank you very much

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  70. What a fab looking recipe! Really hearty and warming!

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  71. Catherine McAlinden9 November 2012 at 20:54

    Fantastic!

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  72. The Beouf Bouruignon looks yummy, would loe to win as hopefully this gieaway would tempt my boyfriend to cook for the 1st time in months :)

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  73. Sounds absolutely delicious. Great giveaway. Fingers' crossed.

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  74. Yummy yum yum!! What a lovely giveaway! Thankyou

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  75. Great prize for this time of year!

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  76. Hello XX I would love this to treat my gorgeous hubby and my son. I don't eat beef, but they do and we rarely have it.
    Great competition. xx

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  77. I am drooling at the thought

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  78. We are off to Paris next year so this would be great to get me in the French spirit and yummy too

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  79. Fabulous giveaway - Best of luck everyone!!

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  80. Fab giveaway - mouthwatering.

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  81. Excellent comp, lovely hamper for these cold winter nights :) x

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  82. Thank you for this brilliant giveaway x

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  83. How fabulous !

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  84. The ingredients are all delicious

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  85. lovely prize again

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  86. Please enter me into your competition!

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  87. Sounds like a yummy recipe to try!

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  88. Looks delicious, I am always cooking! thank you

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  89. Great giveaway - I'd love to make this dish.

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  90. What a delicious prize

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  91. thanks for such a fabulous and yummy competition

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  92. Nice prize - thanks for running the competition.

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  93. Looks delicious, would love to win!

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  94. Looking at the photo is making my tummy rumble :))

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  95. Great prize, thanks very much! :)

    Simon.

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