menu

Monday, 8 April 2013

Win a Fabulous Veg Box



Riverford delivers award-winning organic vegboxes and food fresh from the farm straight to your door and for this months competition we have one of their delicious hampers to give away.

Riverford offers a range of weekly organic essentials like vegetables as well eggs, milk, meat, juices and cereals, they can even deliver wine and chocolate when you need a treat and their amazing Organic vegboxes start from just £10.45. The Riverford box scheme began when Guy Watson started delivering vegetables locally to 30 friends in Devon. They now deliver around 40,000 boxes a week to homes around the UK from their regional farms. Ordering is easy and flexible, delivery is free and you don’t even need to be at home. www.riverford.co.uk

The prize is a large vegbox with meet that will be enough organic meat and veg to feed 4+ people for around a week. Typically 12 veg varieties with potatoes, carrots and onions most weeks. You’ll also get 3 RSPCA award-winning meat items that will always include a joint and mince, plus a different cut such as diced chicken.

To be in with a chance simply tell us what you would like to cook with your prize.

Extra entries can be made by sharing this competition on Twitter (include #DiligentGardener) or by liking our page and sharing the competition on Facebook.

An additional entry can be made by "following" this blog via Google Friend Connect

Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 10 May 2013. Any entries received after this time will not be counted. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter. By entering this competition you agree and consent to your name being published and by taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read, understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them. The winner will be selected at random from the valid entries and will be announced here on the blog. Please make sure we are able to contact you if you do win.

267 comments:

  1. I'd make a roast dinner

    ReplyDelete
  2. Love to cook a casserole topped with yummy dumplings

    ReplyDelete
  3. I would do Roast Chicken with roasted vegetables and cauliflower cheese, then use the mince for a massive chilli and add in lots of veg to bulk it up. I would use the other meat for fajitas.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Would make Lemon and Thyme roasted chicken with a lovely selection of steamed organic veg!

    ReplyDelete
  5. I would make a chunky vegetable soup, roast dinner with steamed veg and mustard mash. With the mince I would make a cottage pie and the chicken would either go into a pie or curry,

    ReplyDelete
  6. I would make a lovely spaghetti bolognese with the mince and any suitable vegetables, some chicken soup and a nice roast dinner

    ReplyDelete
  7. Soup, soup and more soup! Its my craving at 6 months pregnant!

    ReplyDelete
  8. can't beat a roast joint. start it all off with a nice butternut squash soup, roasted joint witha mix of roast and steamed veggies, with a blue cheese sauce, finished up with a tarte tatine of the sweeter veggies, carrots and beetroot. Cracking!!

    ReplyDelete
  9. I would do a vegetable curry, chicken fricassee, and an Irish broth

    ReplyDelete
  10. Roast dinner here too with the veggies being the star of the meal :)

    ReplyDelete
  11. A roast chicken dinner with veg & my Dwarf Hamster Amay can have some of the chicken & veg as well as me

    ReplyDelete
  12. I'd cook a nice Sunday lunch for my parents.

    ReplyDelete
  13. I would make roasted chicken thighs with roasted veg and potato dauphinoise - big treat!
    Would also make butternut squash soup and a spicy chilli!

    Jen

    ReplyDelete
  14. 1. I would make a vegetable and Red Lentil Dahl - a great way to use vegetables and lots of varieties -we all love this.
    2. Vegetable soup which I make often as its cheap and only uses a few ingredients.
    3. Mince Pasta Bake - this is our family favourite.
    4. Roasted vegetable lasagne with crusty bread.
    5. Chicken stir fry, nice and easy one - I am teaching my daughter to make a few dishes.
    6.A good old roast with all the veg and gravy
    7. A chicken and veg pie made with the leftovers from the roast.

    ReplyDelete
  15. I'd swap the chicken for more vegetables (I'm veggie) and make soup followed by stuffed squash.

    ReplyDelete
  16. I would cook a chicken casserole.

    ReplyDelete
  17. I'd make a start trying out their 25 all time favourite recipes...well actually I'd carry on as I've already tried making the Carrot Flapjack and it was beautiful !

    ReplyDelete
  18. oooh i think a nice butternut squash soup - lots of thick hearty soups to keep us warm until spring arrives late!

    ReplyDelete
  19. A healthy chicken and veg broth, as my fiancé and I are both struck down with Norovirus and need some tummy tlc!

    ReplyDelete
  20. I'd love to make a thick vegetable stew in my slow cooker.

    ReplyDelete
  21. id make a chicken pie and have fresh steamed veg at the side with rich chicken gravy

    ReplyDelete
  22. Nutritious and low calorie family meals to aid my weight loss.

    ReplyDelete
  23. I have a Duck crown just waiting to be garnished with organic goodies.

    ReplyDelete
  24. I'd make a whole week's worth of meals, starting, of course, with a Sunday roast. The roast's left-overs would make a nice pie with a rich meat gravy and steamed veg on the side. I'd also stir fry the chicken and some chopped veg with some honey and soy sauce; make cottage pie with the mince and a nice, chunky vegetable passata to accompany pasta. With the remaining veg, I'd make a variety of soups: butternut bisque, country vegetable and Turkish lentil, plus any combinations that came to mind!

    ReplyDelete
  25. Chicken,leek and celery pie with steamed vegetables

    ReplyDelete
  26. A nice sunday lunch..Roast chicken with all the trimmings:)

    ReplyDelete
  27. Casseroles, curries, pies, lots of warming food as the weather is so rubbish.

    ReplyDelete
  28. Chicken and Vegetable Coconut Curry from Sra Lanka

    ReplyDelete
  29. My 2 year old son loves pasta, so I would have to make a lasagne, but would also make some mexican enchiladas, a vegetable curry and if parsnips where included one of my favourites parsnip, sage and parmsen bread.

    ReplyDelete
  30. I'd make a really nice chicken and vegetable pie, and probably some soups too!

    ReplyDelete
  31. A lovely casserole I think! - and should be enough for a roast as well. I would use any left over veg in a curry x

    ReplyDelete
  32. Roast beef with all the trimmings - yum!

    ReplyDelete
  33. A thick, chunky stew with cheddar dumplings to warm up my family since spring is taking its time getting here!

    ReplyDelete
  34. I love my veggies & would make a vegetable pasta bake

    ReplyDelete
  35. A lovely roast dinner it seems to be a bit of a thing of the past but I love a good roast.

    ReplyDelete
  36. I would make a glorious tasty roast dinner.

    ReplyDelete
  37. I'd make a batch of yummy veg soup for lunches for the week (need it in this weather!). The meat would probably be used to make a roast dinner (with the joint) and lasagne or cottage pie with the mince :)

    ReplyDelete
  38. As I am a veggie I would simply cook them and enjoy them without add ons

    ReplyDelete
  39. I'd roast some of the veg in the oven with a little olive oil

    ReplyDelete
  40. I'd roast the chicken and use some of it for a roast dinner, then with what's left I'd make a leek and chicken risotto the following day.
    I'd use the carcass to boil up for soup

    ReplyDelete
  41. i'm a sucker for a slow cooked roasted joint & roast veg :)
    @emmav6

    ReplyDelete
  42. I'd start with roast chicken with roast vegetables.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

    ReplyDelete
  43. A GIANT LOVELY CHICKEN STEW

    ReplyDelete
  44. A lovely roast chicken dinners with all the trimmings x

    ReplyDelete
  45. A roast with all the trimmings - yum!

    @rachiegr

    ReplyDelete
  46. A lot of stew for the nights i get home late from work.

    ReplyDelete
  47. i am planning a dinner party soon so would love to make little veggie parcels for my guests!

    ReplyDelete
  48. Oohhh I think a stew or casserole would be in order! (seeing as the weather seems to think it's still winter...)

    ReplyDelete
  49. I have shared on Twitter!

    https://twitter.com/Paddington_Ozzi/status/321267987531300864

    ReplyDelete
  50. Also, I follow via GFC (Helen Moulden - helly.moulden@gmail.com)

    ReplyDelete
  51. I'd start off with a roast chicken dinner, served with some of the lovely veg. Then I'd make a stock using the carcass, celery, carrot, onion and bouquet garni. I'd use this to make a risotto and some vegetable soup. Yes please!

    ReplyDelete
  52. It would depend what was in the box but I would love to make some Japanese food maybe a tasty chicken katsu curry with sticky rice ..... it's the ultimate comfort food :)

    ReplyDelete
  53. I would make a roast dinner, soup and maybe a curry.

    ReplyDelete
  54. I would like to make a roast dinner for my family

    ReplyDelete
  55. A vegetable casserole with herb dumplings

    ReplyDelete
  56. A rosst dinner for the family then a lovely veg soup for the week yummy

    ReplyDelete
  57. a roast dinner, also noticed some yummy butternut squash in there my fave made into wedges coated in chilli and garlic mmm.

    ReplyDelete
  58. Being a veggie I'd make some sort of roasted veg tart

    ReplyDelete
  59. I would make a warming chicken casserole, full of those nutritious veg!

    ReplyDelete
  60. Vegetable pasta bake!

    ReplyDelete
  61. Obviously a roast, perhaps a lasagne, fresh veggie stir fry, roasted veg and mozzarella, soup...ooooh.Yum yum!

    ReplyDelete
  62. roasted mediterranean vegetable lasagne

    ReplyDelete
  63. LOVELY IN THE SLOW COOKER

    kATHY D

    ReplyDelete
  64. a great stew and dumplings

    ReplyDelete
  65. it all seems worthy of making a marvellous roast dinner :)

    ReplyDelete
  66. Got to be a good old roast!

    ReplyDelete
  67. A lamb crumble with mash, peas and gravy.

    ReplyDelete
  68. Defo a roast dinner

    ReplyDelete
  69. Thyme, Garlic and Herb chicken with carrots, peas, cauliflower, broccoli, roast potatoes and gravy

    ReplyDelete
  70. I'd make a cheese and broccoli pasta bake

    ReplyDelete
  71. I'd make a Chicken & Vegetables Pie :)

    ReplyDelete
  72. I'd make a scrumptious roast dinner one day, and maybe a lasagne with the mince the next day.

    ReplyDelete
  73. looks yummy,
    perhaps a vegetable ratatouie, some spag bol or a vegetable lasagne. Maybe an apple crumble if there are some apples, if not a carrot cake.

    ReplyDelete
  74. I would make a homemade vegetable soup then a vegetable casserole.

    ReplyDelete
  75. I'd make a vegetable stew to keep me and my boyfriend warm in this cold weather! @twinklestar138

    ReplyDelete
  76. I would make meatballs!

    ReplyDelete
  77. you cant beat home made veg soup made with quality vegetables and roast beef with fresh veg

    ReplyDelete
  78. nothing better than a veg filled casserole!

    ReplyDelete
  79. A seasonal take on a Moroccan tagine!

    ReplyDelete
  80. A homemade vegatable soup followed by a roast chicken dinner, could use the carrots to make a carrot cake for pudding too :-) x

    ReplyDelete
  81. I'd make a thick vegetable soup to start with followed by a full roast beef dinner, then after a break I'd finish with rhubard and apple crumble

    ReplyDelete
  82. As my husband is a pescatarian and my 2 daughters are vegetarians I don't buy much meat for myself. I would cook up a lovely vegetable curry and treat myself to something meaty!!

    ReplyDelete
  83. A good ol' English roast dinner, homemade with love! yum yum yum

    ReplyDelete
  84. Oh and I have liked and shared on facebook (Lauren Andrews)

    ReplyDelete
  85. I would have to cook a lovely roast, nothing I like better!

    @tjsi1963

    ReplyDelete
  86. I'd cook a lovely roast chicken dinner with herby potatoes, vegetables and lashings of gravy

    ReplyDelete
  87. i would love to cook a tasty carrot and coriander soup followed by a sage roasted chicken with brocolli, sweetcorm, and stuffing with garlic and rosemary potatoes

    ReplyDelete
  88. I would make a delicious curry for the family! xo

    ReplyDelete
  89. A vegetable risotto

    ReplyDelete
  90. A lovely roast dinner with all the trimmings

    ReplyDelete
  91. Chicken in a pesto & creme freche sauce with lots of green veg & roast potatoes.

    ReplyDelete
  92. shared on facebook, tweeted @claire_wilko83, id make a massive roast dinner :D

    ReplyDelete
  93. A nice big family roast dinner

    ReplyDelete
  94. With the mince it has to be cottage pie to use with the potatoes carrots and onions

    ReplyDelete
  95. I'd make a roast

    ReplyDelete
  96. I would make a spaghetti Bolognaise definitely as we all love that, plus a roast type dinner with lots of veg, I would also make plenty of organic veg soup! Mmmmmm! My kids won't eat any soup unless I've made it.. It's my way of getting veg and goodness into them!
    Would love to win this, I have 6 kids so would be so useful and save my pocket for a fair few days!! :-) lol

    ReplyDelete
  97. roast dinner with all the trimmings

    ReplyDelete
  98. roast dinner all the trimmings, For quality, taste and fresh picked aroma, Diligent and Riverford deserve a diploma

    ReplyDelete
  99. A chicken and vegetable casserole and some soup :)

    ReplyDelete
  100. jane greenfield11 April 2013 at 18:02

    some veggie soup

    ReplyDelete
  101. I'd do a special roast dinner with all the trimmings and invite my mum and dad around to share it with me. x

    ReplyDelete
  102. Would definitely treat hubby to a beef casserole with red wine. He's been working away for 6 months' and that's his favourite meal to come home to. :) :D Good luck to all x

    ReplyDelete
  103. Thai green curry would be lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  104. roast dinner with all the trimmings!

    ReplyDelete
  105. My fiance would whip up some lovely vegetable soup and I would treat all the family to a wholesome, hearty Sunday dinner!

    ReplyDelete
  106. Given the 'weather' we've had lately, I would make a pot of chunky veg and barley soup with fresh garden herbs and slabs of oven-warmed bread - delicious :)

    ReplyDelete
  107. i would make a lovely vegetable soup - (as it is the only way to get the kids to eat veg!) with freshly baked bread and lashing of butter to dip in........... mmmmmm yummy!

    ReplyDelete
  108. I would make a gorgeous vegetable lasagne for my little one - she loves them and it's so good for her.

    ReplyDelete
  109. Sunday Roast Chicken and Vegetables

    ReplyDelete
  110. I'd roast the chicken and stir-fry the vegetables, then I'd combine some of the sliced chiken breast with the vegetables and some noodles for a super-fresh oriental supper. I'd use any leftovers the next day, in a noodle soup :-)

    ReplyDelete
  111. Roast beef & Yorkshire puddings with lots of roast vegetables. Lashings of cauliflower cheese and gravy. One of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  112. I would mash the vegetables and add butter in between
    Perhaps add some melted cheese to make a dream
    Roast the chicken making a crispy skin
    Add the sausages to make it win
    This would make a sheer delight
    But make sure there is a crunch and a bite

    ReplyDelete
  113. Soup with chunky veg and a veg curry

    ReplyDelete
  114. I would make a lovely roast chicken dinner, and soups with whatever is left

    ReplyDelete
  115. I'll make a chicken stew with my slow pot cooker ....

    ReplyDelete
  116. A roast dinner with loads of veg.

    ReplyDelete
  117. I would make a huge roast dinner with roasted veg

    ReplyDelete
  118. I would make a roast dinner with veg

    ReplyDelete
  119. I would cook a chicken, leek and vegetable pie :)

    ReplyDelete
  120. A Sunday dinner with the family plus risottos, bolognaise and veg pasta

    ReplyDelete
  121. I'd roast the chicken with garlic and lemon and put a peeled onion in the cavity. I would roast the vegetables with thyme and once the chicken is cooked, remove the onion and liquidise to add to the gravy.

    ReplyDelete
  122. For me it will be a lovely curry of some form :)

    ReplyDelete
  123. Roast dinner with Rhubard Crumble for pudding.

    ReplyDelete
  124. chicken roast dinner with left overs perhaps a chicken stew

    ReplyDelete
  125. Katie Matthews3 May 2013 at 19:43

    We'd definitely have a beautiful roast dinner first of all, then another day some yummy soup, a tasty curry and a slow cooked casserole :) xx

    ReplyDelete
  126. Beth Norfolk (erised777@yahoo.co.uk)4 May 2013 at 01:58

    I'd love to make a chunky vegetable soup and then some nice, slow roasted vegetables

    ReplyDelete
  127. i'd have to be dull and go for a roast - to get the full benefit of the flavours without messing :-)

    ReplyDelete
  128. I'd make some vegetable kebabs and burgers for the BBQ, lets just hope the weather holds out!

    ReplyDelete
  129. definitely a butternut squash lasagne is top of my list! :D

    miragelamb at hot mail dot com

    ReplyDelete
  130. WOuld have to make a one pot vegetable casserole dish

    ReplyDelete
  131. Id do a Sunday roast for my family

    ReplyDelete
  132. i'd make slow cooked pork with crackling, mashed potato and sweetcorn

    ReplyDelete
  133. A great roast chicken dinner and a chicken stir fry with lovely fresh veggies next day

    ReplyDelete
  134. A roast dinner with all the trimmings for the family would be the first thing I would make with my box

    ReplyDelete
  135. i would cook a full sunday roast and have a few friends round, we would probably have to do it on a saturday though so were not hungover on the monday!

    ReplyDelete
  136. definately a big sunday roast with all the trimmings

    ReplyDelete
  137. Slow roasted chicken with lemon, thyme and 50 cloves of garlic served with roasted carrots and Hasselback potatoes. Any leftovers can then be used for risotto and chicken croquettes. Yum!

    ReplyDelete
  138. I would like to cook a roast chicken dinner with all the trimmings. Supermarket chicken tastes so insipid these days. Then I would make liguine bolognese and homemade steak pie. Yum!

    ReplyDelete
  139. I'd do a lovely stir fry that would make dinosaurs jealous! And the leftovers and the rest would be turned into a phantasmagorical stew of epic proportions!

    ReplyDelete
  140. Roast chicken, home made stuffing and yorkshires (know they are not traditional with chicken but its a roast)! Wide selection of veg and a fabulous gravy, piping hot to top it all off. Magic on a plate

    ReplyDelete
  141. I'd be hoping for aubergine, peppers and courgettes so I can use the mince for a tasty moussaka. Then I'd do a roast dinner and a chicken curry bulked out with piles of veg.

    ReplyDelete
  142. A chicken and vegetable stew x

    ReplyDelete
  143. A huge family dinner to celebrate winning !

    ReplyDelete
  144. A huge family get together dinner to celebrate winning!

    ReplyDelete
  145. I'd cook Paprika chicken with crushed potatoes & veg

    ReplyDelete
  146. i would cook a lovely chicken and vegetable pie

    ReplyDelete
  147. A nice filling and healthy Chicken Stew.

    ReplyDelete
  148. Good old roast dinner with all the trimmings :)!!

    ReplyDelete
  149. A lovely roast dinner for the whole family

    ReplyDelete
  150. So much choice, but most likely a nice soup

    ReplyDelete
  151. Roast Beef with garlic mash pots and all the trimmings

    ReplyDelete
  152. My kids go mad for a nice home cooked roast dinner so I would have to do that. Yum yum

    ReplyDelete
  153. A lovely roast dinner, and invite my parents!

    ReplyDelete
  154. I'd make a huge roast dinner and invite all my family round x

    ReplyDelete
  155. A lovely vegetable casserole for my vegetarian children

    ReplyDelete
  156. I'd love to make a roast dinner with some lovely roast veggies :)

    ReplyDelete
  157. A lot would depend on the weather. If chilly, then a stew would be my first thought. I do like cauliflower cheese, though, so that with some grilled tomatoes would be lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  158. I would make a vegetable curry

    ReplyDelete

Due to an increased level of spam, comments are being moderated. We have had to turn off anonymous users, sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...