I don’t know about you, but who doesn’t love really good butter and cheese. It seriously makes all the difference in the world. I got hooked on Kerrygold butter about a year ago when I first started pastry school. We had homework assignments all the time and I started buying obscene amounts of butter and by far the butter yielding the best results was Kerrygold. It’s super thick and creamy and it makes some amazing cookies! And we all know how I feel about cheese. I could eat it by the block – no questions asked! Not to mention all the cows used to make the cheeses and butter are freely roaming around their pastures and are never given and growth hormones – both things which are super important to me! And you can bet that I’ll be using it come next week when I cook a St. Pattys day inspired feast for my clients!
So in honor of St. Patty’s day and eating all the delicious food from Ireland and drinking some Green Beer or Irish Car Bombs (oh the good old days of college) … Kerrygold has generously provided this awesome giveaway including:
A gift basket of delicious Kerrygold Butter and cheeses and the James Beard best cookbook of the year for 2010, The Country Cooking of Ireland by Colman Andrews; estimated value of the prize package is $350.
All you have to do to enter, is leave a comment here telling me what your absolute favorite Irish inspired dish/drink is? Is it Irish Nachos, Irish Coffee, Guinness… just let me know and you’re entered to win this prize package! For an extra entry, head on over to the What’s Gaby Cooking facebook page and become a fan. If you’re already a fan – just leave another comment to let me know! I’ll randomly pick the winner on Wednesday morning so you’ll have a nice St. Patty’s day treat coming your way!
Disclosure: Giveaway is sponsored by Kerrygold and I was compensated for my participation in the Kerrygold contest at Food Blog Camp. My opinions are my own.
**UPDATE** – This contest is closed and the winner was Averie from http://www.loveveggiesandyoga.com/
Congrats Averie!! Enjoy all your cheeses