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Tweet to Win: DIY Garden-to-Table Kits

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Tweet to Win: DIY Garden-to-Table Kits

June 4, 2012

In celebration of our Summer Color week, we invite you to tweet us your favorite garden-to-table ingredient–anything from a sprig of rosemary from the garden to summer’s first tomato. The winner?

We randomly selected a tweet to win our contest; congratulations to @cjglondon with the winning tweet: “a sprig of fennel for freshness in soups, tabbouleh, with meat and fish.”

Here’s how to win:

  • Follow Gardenista on Twitter.
  • Tweet @gardenista a message about your favorite cooking ingredient from the garden and how you use it in a favorite recipe.
  • Be sure to send us the tweet by Monday, June 11th, at 6pm PST; we will randomly select the winner, to be announced here on Tuesday, June 12th.

For more garden-to-table inspiration, see some of our favorite edible garden photos below; plus the four DIY culinary kits from Agrarian (kombucha, cheese, and fermented vegetable making kits – valuing $193).

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Above: A summer haul of globe artichokes, potatoes, and leafy romaine lettuce; image courtesy of Ben Pentreath. (N.B.: For more on Ben Pentreath, see “Season of Mist.”)

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