Creative Spice Set Contest!

Posted by 5 years ago 59 Comments

I’m so excited for the contest! Instead of your basic run of the mill random drawing we are holding a contest for the most creative spice set. What would be in your dream spice collection? The set can be inspired by anything–the holidays, your favorite cuisine, what was in mom’s pantry, whatever!

Creative Spice Set Giveaway!  - Spices Inc.Greg from Spices Inc. will pick the winning spice set based on creativity. The winner will not only receive the spice set they created but it will also be featured on the Spices Inc. web site as a ‘special limited edition‘ set available for sale!

Have I been saying “winner” what I meant to say is WINNERS! Greg has agreed to choose up to 4 if we get 100 entries. So for every 25 people to enter we add another another winner.

All you need to do to enter is leave a comment with the name of your creative spice set and list the 6 spices used in it. You must name the set and sure the are spices available on the Spices Inc. web site or your entry will be disqualified. (click here to browse their online store.)

I’m so excited to see what you come up with! Especially sets that may contain spices I’m not familiar with. We’ll announce the winners next week.

Please note Spices Inc. will only ship to US and Canada. Sorry my international friends. :(

Full Disclosure: Spices Inc. is NOT paying me to host this contest. However, I am an affiliate. That means any sales made from visiting their site from mine will results in a commission.


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    Tara

    December 11, 2010

    What a fun website to check out, and I love a contest just as much as the next person! My entry is "Homemade with Love: Artisan Breads and Granola" Artisan Breads - all great options to top the bread with an egg wash or mix into the dough 1. Organic Poppy Seed 2. Organic Fennel Seed 3. Organic Fenugreek Granola - I bake at least four batches a month. Perfect breakfast with greek yogurt, mixed into a smoothie or an afternoon snack. 4. Organic Saigon Cinnamon Powder 5. Organic Flax Seed 6. Organic Chai Seeds - I haven't used this seed yet, but would love to give it a try! Reply

    Brandy

    December 12, 2010

    Home for the Holidays: Cinnamon chips Pumpkin Pie Spice Texas Smoked Turkey Rub Apple Pie Spice Orange Zest Cacao Nibs Reply

    Melissa (@MelGetsFit)

    December 13, 2010

    What a great contest! Here's my first entry: Masala Dabba Spice Set* Cayenne Pepper Medium Heat Turmeric Powder Garam Masala Coriander Seed Powder Cumin Seed, Ground Organic Brown Mustard Seed The Masala Dabba is the traditional spice box found in most Indian homes. It contains small tins of the most commonly used spices in Indian cooking. Reply

    Melissa (@MelGetsFit)

    December 13, 2010

    Here's my second entry: Beyond the Basics Chervil Lemon Grass Organic Herbs de Provence Organic Mace Summer Savory Spanish Saffron Reply

    Stephanie

    December 13, 2010

    Love, love, love these spices. I would go for a citrus-y/spicy theme . . . for fish and chicken and to spice up some homemade baked tortilla chips. 1. Sichuan Lime Seasoning 2. Smokey citrus salt 3. Lime pepper 4. Adobo Lime rub 5. Chipotle salt 6. Citrus Steak Seasoning Reply

    Angela

    December 26, 2010

    I'm a huge fan of cider this time of year. I've also been wanting to try mulled wine this winter. "Mull it over" spice set: Ceylon cinnamon sticks Star anise Orange zest Crystallized ginger Organic cloves Jamaican allspice berries Reply

    Jan

    December 26, 2010

    Did I miss if the winners were announced for this contest? Reply

    roni

    December 26, 2010

    Jan - I've emailed the winners and will be announcing once the spice sets are ready. Sorry.. I should have made that clear in the post. Reply

    Jan

    December 26, 2010

    Ok, thanks Roni. Reply