Friday, 4 February 2011

Giveaway #50 - win the complete Jamie At Home Jamie Oliver DVD collection - closed - winner lucy vassallo



Earlier in the week, I told you (here) about a fabulous free offer kicking off in The Sun Buzz magazine tomorrow and continuing in The Sun newspaper for the rest of the week, allowing you to collect the whole series of Jamie At Home on DVD. Every day, you will find a coupon that you can exchange at Tesco's for a DVD containing two episodes, therefore giving you the whole series over the week.

Well, I have another way for you to get the whole collection without even shelling out for a newspaper ! I can offer the whole collection, courtesy of The Sun and The Sun Buzz magazine, to one of my lucky blogfollowers.

I also received a set to have a sneaky preview and they're brilliant. Jamie shows you how to grow your own food - fruit and veg but also the odd bit of livestock ! - and comes up with some real good old fashioned recipes for serious comfort food like blackberry and apple pie. Yum ! Jamie shows that when you have lovely fresh ingredients, you just don't need complicated recipes to make some top-notch nosh !


I have a lot of blogposts featuring various celeb chefs but I don't think I have a single one of the lovely Jamie Oliver yet, so here you can feast your eyes (before feasting your tastebuds !). Each 2-episode DVD comes in a cardboard wallet showing a different picture of the man himself.













To be entered in the draw to win the whole Jamie At Home series on DVD, just do the following three things :

(1) follow my blog with Google Friends Connect (over on the side bar on the right)

(2) comment on any of my other blogposts and tell me where you commented (other giveaways don't count !)

(3) leave me a comment to tell me which one of the episodes in the series appeals to you the most (either because of the theme, or the picture of Jamie !), along with an email or twitter name so I can contact you if you win. If I don't hear back from you within a week, I'll have to pick another winner.

Bonus entries :

You can do any or all of the following for bonus entries - just make sure you leave me one comment per entry so that they're all counted !

(1) Tweet : Get the whole Jamie At Home DVD set this week with @TheSun_Buzz or win them on @cherylp59 's blog. http://bit.ly/eFmlne Pls RT

(2) I love reading your comments so leave me some extra comments (maximum 5) and I'll give you a bonus entry for each one ! Just remember to leave me a comment here each time to tell me you've done so.


(3) I've just created a facebook page for Madhouse Family Reviews so I'd love for you to become a follower on there too - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Madhouse-Family-Reviews/144910798898626

UK only. Closing date : 18/2/11. Good luck.

30 comments:

  1. I'm following you - Grapevine
    I've tweeted - @janesgrapevine
    I've commented on the Scholl Crackling Ice Foot Spray
    and finally the one that appeals to me most is asparagus, peas and beans because of all the veg in our garden they are my favourites

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  2. I've commented on your book review post "Snowflakes and Schnapps - Jane Lawson". Lovely book.
    I'm already a blog follower.
    The o Jamie At Home DVD that appeals the most is definitely the one featuring Peas & Beans since in the summer we always seem to have a massive glut in the garden and i run out of interesting ideas. I'll make think longingly of summer!!

    sallcoat@btinternet.com
    @medsdemon

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  3. Already liking your page on facebook xx
    Sallcoat@btinternet.com
    @medsdemon

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  4. Following you on Google & have commented on Scholl Crackling Ice Foot Spray review @Isis1981uk

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  5. The strawberries dvd appeals to me most - I absolutely love them & it would be good to learn new things to do with them @Isis1981uk

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  6. Have re-tweeted the message on Twitter @Isis1981uk

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  7. Have 'liked' Madhouse Family Reviews on Facebook (Laura Pritchard)

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  8. Episode 3 appeals to me most,Lamb and eggs would like to see what you do in this dvd.x

    email-lucyjvassallo@hotmail.co.uk

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  9. tweeting as lucythebaker

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  10. following and liking yr face book page

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  17. all ready follow your blog (Jaz246t)
    have commented on Acouple of slow cooker recipes to inspire you.
    the cd that most appeals to me is leeks winter veg.

    twitter id @Jaz246t

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  18. have tweeted your tweet @Jaz246t

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  19. have all ready liked your facebook page

    ID Janet Taylor
    twitter ID @Jaz246t

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  20. Already follow your blog.
    Have commented on Heavenly Cakes
    Leeks and winter veg
    dsteain.uk at gmail.com
    Tweeted
    Following you on Facebook

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  21. I'm following your blog as M. Commented under Burnt Sugar Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Egg! and Summer Salad Rhubarb recipe sounds interesting as I love Rhubarb custard so interested in other Rhubarb recipes. @maisietoo (Twitter)

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  22. I have tweeted! @maisietoo

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  23. I am following on facebook as Maya Russell

    Twitter: @maisietoo

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  24. Commented on Scholl Crackling Ice Foot Spray

    Also liked on fb :) Leeks and winter veg one sounds lush!

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  25. wow excellent prize im a follower
    thanks

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  26. following you and commented on Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun (Nintendo DS) blog.
    Love the eggs and lamb one sounds really interesting.

    @phyllgerry xx

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  27. Summer rhubarb! Because i love the word rhubarb rhubarb rhubarb can't stop saying it now rhubarb!
    acc@sanger.ac.uk

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