I wanted to give away a vanity, but instead, the cool folks over at Cookware.com have offered me a better giveaway for my readers. Of course, I said yes, because you guys are the ones who keep this blog alive. So as a little Thank You, and hopefully just in time for summer BBQ’s, I’d like to offer this fantastic cutting board by Totally Bamboo.
Now, you’ve probably seen them around town in your local stores, and it just so happens that I have a kitchen full of Totally Bamboo products. They made of 100% bamboo (hence the name) and they hold up really well to knives, all types of food and make for a great presentation. I use mine to serve cheese and crackers at parties. I’ve gone through many other cheaper bamboo boards, but nothing stands up to my heavy cooking as great as these. I cannot stress how much I love these, which is why I’m super stoked to give one away to a lucky reader!
WHAT YOU WIN: One Totally Bamboo African Congo Cutting Board
HOW TO ENTER: Just leave a comment below saying why you should win by July 18, 2010.
HOW YOU’LL KNOW IF YOU WON: Leave an email and I’ll contact you the week of July 18th, 2010. If I don’t hear back from you withink 24 hours, then i’m movin’ on to the next person!
Good luck to everyone! 🙂
P.S. a little bit of info on the eco-friendliness of bamboo boards (From the Totally Bamboo website)
o 100% Renewable resource, the millennium’s new “wood”
o Bamboo is harder and denser than most hard woods, it is16% harder than maple, which is the most common wood used for most cutting boards.
o After harvesting, bamboo grows back and can be re-harvested every 4 ½ years. Bamboo does not need re-planting. Most hardwood have a 30 to 60 year growth cycle.