Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Festive rice event

I am excited to announce a giveaway from CSN stores for the participants of the festive rice event between September 1st to September 30th. Check out the Corelle products I love using them.

The event is about festive rice because this month it is Eid-ul-fitr, festival to mark the end of Ramadan the holy month of fasting. And we give a staple food commodity like rice to those who are in need within the community known as Zakat-ul-fitr.

Please link or send a festive rice dish sweet or savoury served for happy occasions, archived recipes are accepted
A maximum of 2 entries per blog
Be sure to link this announcement page and place a logo in your post any size
Link it here or I will link
Email me at torviewtoronto@gmail.com subject festive rice
Recipe name and URL
Picture of the recipe
Location (country you live in)

If you don't have a blog and would like to participate send the information by email and I will include it.
I will randomly pick a winner for $45 CSN store gift certificate open to U.S., Canada, U.K. and Germany due to shipping restrictions.
More events and roundups. Looking forward for your support in making this successful.



44 comments:

  1. this was a great idea! Good luck love your giveaway!

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  2. What a great idea for the giveaway!

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  3. This should be such a fun event...I have a dish to post later in the week and will send you when it is posted :)

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  4. Wonderful event! I am in! Will send you as many as possible. :-)

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  5. Wow..this is great!!! thanks for sharing

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  6. This is a great event in Ramadan. You know rice also symbolizes abundance in a house. Is festive rice different from regular rice? I have some rice dishes at my blog, but I'm not sure if they are accepted.

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  7. I have a few rice recipes which I will dig up. Ramadan Kareem.

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  8. Hi,

    Thax for dropping by my blog..Iam from India...Sadly i canot participate in this event!!!

    Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  9. Nice event Akheela will try to send some, your potato print also looks very good.

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  10. oh, fun event!!! I really like your new look...very bright and welcoming!! =)

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  11. Sounds like a great event, nice prize :)

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  12. Awesome event, will send my entries..

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  13. I was thinking to make Indonesian festive rice
    (yellow rice). Hope you can participate at my contest as well :)

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  14. another great event darling @ ur space.....wil surely participate...count me in....awesome thought for the event....keep up ur great work...adore u

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  15. Great event..i have updated it with the link:)

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  16. HI
    Thanks for visiting me.
    I am in for your event.
    Keep Visiting me.

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  17. Akheela, I have a question. What do you define as "festive rice"? Does it have to be sweet or will savory do? Basically, what makes a rice "festive"? Should it be something that can be served on a festivities?

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  18. Dear Akheela,

    A wonderful event and an awesome giveaway.

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  19. Nice event dear,,u can count one me in it..

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  20. hi ..thank u for joining palate corner networked blogs..glad to follow u ..pls do count me in and even i have the same query as priya mitharwal's comment..pls do lemme know abt it..thanx
    cheers
    www.sonu-palatecorner.blogspot.com

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  21. Hi Akheela,
    first time at your blog today and wow !! love it !!! Very nice recipes you have .am foll your blog now.Sent a dish for this event too !!

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  22. Hi Akheela,
    thank you for dropping by my blog. I am not sure if I can join in your event, not so into blogging at the moment. Still busy with my 8 weeks-old baby. I'll spread the words to my friends, if that's help. Happy hosting!

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  23. Very nice giveaway...great idea. I follow your blog already and emjoy it very much. I love learning about the foods of different cultures.

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  24. Ok, here is the link to my post Akheela...I hope you like it.
    http://thehomegrowngourmet.blogspot.com/2010/09/serbian-rice-cake.html

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  25. I think I forgot to put the location. can't seem to edit my submission though..

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  26. Hi,

    Can I submit my recipe, submitted in another event for a different theme

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  27. My entry got registered before I could type in my location.
    My submission is Coconut Rice Pilaf, and I'm from Mumbai, India.

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  28. Hi Akheela, I have submitted my entry for youe event.

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  29. Hi
    what about archived posts?
    Please let me know as I have many rice recipes in archived posts.

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  30. Hi akhila,

    I really liked the event. This is the first time I'm submitting the my recipe for an event. BTW, I forgot to mention my location. I'm from India :)

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  31. This is a great idea, thanks for linking my post, Akheela!

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  32. i still have to post my entry for ur event :) inshallah will do it soon....

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  33. thanks for adding my entries Akheela

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  34. Hey wow how many varieties of rice yar....

    Great work and great event by you dear... I have also joined and have been a part in this event and have sent you the recipes...

    Great going dear....

    please do follow my blog and post your valuable comments...

    Art Blog: http://yenkaivannam.blogspot.com
    Food Blog: http://preethisculinary.blogspot.com

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  35. super fabulous round up dearrrrr..loved all the versions

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  36. round up is really superb..... thanks for adding mine in the last moment.... you are really lovable...

    Thanks dear....

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  37. An amazing round up... everything looks so good, will be checking each out individually :)

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