Freshline Spar Give Away Competition

Freshline Spar Give Away

You might recall that last year I gave away a R300 voucher on my blog on behalf of Spar and their range of Freshline products? I bought myself a whole lot of delicious soups and Dave and I enjoyed them for lunch at work. They were super east to heat up, and very tasty. This year I am doing another Freshline Spar Give Away.

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Freshline Soup

This year I decided to spread my voucher out over a period of time as I like to buy fresh ingredients as and when I need them. I got two packets of seasonal vegetables and a packet of pears. We are having guests for dinner and I am going to make poached pears for dessert.

Freshline Spar
Freshline Spar

I am giving away one gift voucher to the value of R300.

How to enter:


Conditions of entry:

  • the voucher will not be in your name and the risk involved with loss is your own
  • the prize is one voucher of R300 and it may not be exchanged for cash
  • you may enter as many times as you like
  • entries close at midnight on the 14th of July 2013
  • I will choose the winner and random and inform the winner by email. I will send one email only and if you do not respond within 24 hours I will choose another winner.
  • I will post the voucher to you via registered mail. Once the voucher has been posted I will not be responsible for it.

Disclosure: I was given a R200 voucher to host this give away.  This post is in line with my blogging policy.

Give Away won by Tracy Jacobs.

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26 thoughts on “Freshline Spar Give Away Competition

  1. I would make a pear and almond tart….yummy 🙂 lovely giveaway. Will tweet and like your fb page 🙂

  2. Since I posted my peach frangipane tart I’ve been instructed to make it again but use pears this time. So that is what I would do if I won 😉 xx. Great competition Tandy 🙂

  3. French style pears
    Coat a round oven pan with butter and sugar and place on low heat on hob. Add halved pears cored, and core side up. When sugar melts turn heat to medium and cook further 30 mins. Place a sheet of shortcrust pastry on top of apples and tuck into inside of dish. Prick, brush with egg yolk (beaten) and bake for 20 mins. Turn upside down on platter and serve with home made vanilla custard.

  4. Too late to enter, but I was lucky enough to win last year! I would make a pear upside down pudding, I think, nice and sticky and caramelised.

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