February is an exciting month. Not only do we get Family Day (hail the first long weekend of the year), Valentine’s Day (have you booked a romantic dinner yet?), but also an exciting giveaway from FoodiePages to feature the February Chef’s Box curated by David Gunawan of Farmer’s Apprentice in Vancouver.
Earlier in January we partnered with FoodiePages to feature curated tasty products with brunch themed recipes by David Gunawan. If you’ve missed them, have a look below and perhaps you can recreate these too after winning your very own February Chef’s Box!
- Chai Spiced French Toast
- Classic Canadian Caesar
- Pot Roasted Chicken Recipe with Porcini Mushrooms, Poached Egg and Hollandaise Sauce.
Can not wait? Purchase the Chef’s Box with our promo code at the end of this post.
Win a February Chef Box Featuring Vancouver’s Farmer’s Apprentice
Chef David Gunawan has certainly put his name on the foodie map for his commitment to farm-to-table; the ever-changing offerings at his cozy eatery are created using whatever food happens to be delivered. The Farmer’s Apprentice is an apropos name for the establishment since the farmers actually dictate the menu!
Chef David has selected these 5 artisanal ingredients for a brunch-themed CHEF’S BOX, including recipes for Chai Spiced French Toast, Pot Roasted Chicken, Porcini Mushrooms + Poached Eggs with Hollandaise Sauce, and Classic Canadian Caesars.
Cheddar & Thyme Shortbread (100g) from Provisions Food Company (St. Catharines ON) – A toothsome accompaniment for wines and spirits, perfect for grown up snack time or happy hour. Fresh herbs and spices balance the buttery richness of aged cheddar in this two-bite cookie.
David’s Perfect Rimmer (175g) from David’s Condiments (Toronto ON) – No quality Caesar is complete without it! David’s has been called the best Caesar Rimmer in town – healthy and tasty.
Walter All-Natural Craft Caesar Mix (725ml) from Brutus Beverages (Vancouver BC) – A cocktail this Canadian deserves a premium Canadian mix! Real ingredients, no MSG, high-fructose corn syrup or artificial colours. The result: quite simply, a better tasting Caesar.
Spicy Tomato Jam (250ml) from Manning Canning (Toronto ON) – It’s not overly spicy, so don’t let the name scare you off! Fresh tasting and delicious; an excellent alternative to ketchup.
Star Anise Chai Loose Leaf Tea (100g) from Pluck Tea (Toronto ON) – Traditional chai with the unexpected twist of star anise. Add semi-sweet chocolate or a dollop of whipped cream and grated nutmeg for a decadent treat!
Contest closes Monday March 2nd, 2015. Winners will be chosen at random and announced March 03, 2015.