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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Win a Delicious Healthy Veg Box


Riverford delivers healthy delicious and award-winning organic vegboxes and other food fresh straight  from the farm to your door and for this months competition we have one of their fantastic well packed 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 £10.35 for the small classic vegebox. 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 meat 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 and who you would love to cook the meal for.

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 31 October 2014. 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.

126 comments:

  1. I would like to cook a vegetable lasagne for my hubby and two little boys as we do not eat meat this is a perfect prize for us :)

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  2. OOOOOH SUNDAY ROAST FOR THE FAMILY

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  3. A hearty stew which I can freeze and eat with my husband when our newborn baby arrives;)

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  4. I would cook Chicken Masala Wine with cream and vegetables for my family

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  5. i would have the family round for Sunday dinner

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  6. I'd cook a nice Sunday meal for my parents and brother.

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  7. I've just bought a soup maker so it would be great to make some hearty vegetable soup that my friend and I could enjoy after a walk.

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  8. I have big family to cook for ,roast and veg will be first ,easy and delicious

    @avelte2000

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  9. A lovely roast dinner, or a stew

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  10. I would make a roast dinner or a casserole.

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  11. I think I'd do a big Indian banquet for my family and best friends.

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  12. Our friends just helped us move house so I'd love to invite them all round for a Sunday roast

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  13. I would love to cook for our neighbours, we have the most caring and kind neighbours, their random acts of kindness to my family - from buying us mega boxes of nappies, dropping off donuts for the kids or looking after the cats and plants when we have been away. I have wanted to take them out for a meal but cant afford it at the moment, so to be able to cook them a fantastic meal would be amazing :) xx

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  14. I would love to cook roast chicken for my mum.

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  15. i would cook a roast beef dinner <3

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  16. I would cook a large roast dinner for the family

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  17. I would love to cook a vegetable hotpot - in the slow cooker and then top it up and add to it..I love these kind as they can keep going for a while and are so flavoursome - Would cook it for my lovely man

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  18. A delicious beef in red wine casserole. I would like to cook it for Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger at the end of the F1 season, when it would be allowed!

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  19. Mmm, my belly is rumbling at the thought! I'd do a hearty lasagne and a chicken stew with lots of spices, yum!

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  20. my lovely family a sunday roast.

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  21. I'd have to invite my whole family over for a big fat sunday roast :)

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  22. A lovely roast for the whole family to celebrate my daughters christening on 19 Oct

    agscomps@hotmail.com

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  23. beef wellington for all the family

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  24. cook a selection of curries and snacks for a family get together

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  25. I'd make a Lancashire Hotpot if the cut of meat was right, if not I'd make a veggie hotpot and serve it with a roasted joint of meat, i'd make it for my boyfriend who works very hard and enjoys a nice home-cooked meal when he gets home :)

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  26. Hearty winter stew for me and my wife.

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  27. Would have to be a delicious roast dinner x

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  28. Roast dinner with some lovely roast mediteranean vegetables.

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  29. I'd use it to cook a stew for my family.

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  30. Depends which vegetables are in the box, but a root vegetable crumble is always lovely this time of year

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  31. I'd love to cook a big spicy tagine and get friends over for a long overdue catch-up.

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  32. I love to cook a fabulous bulghur wheat and soft cheese (usually goat or feta) based risotto that I can put any veggies into. It's so delicious!

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  33. I would cook a hearty beef stew for all the family, perfect for these autumnal evenings!

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  34. I'd try to recreate for my family the cornish pasties from my childhood holidays in the early 1960s. Crispy shortcrust pastry and generous pieces lean meat and identifiable diced vegetable - I can almost smell them now!

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  35. I'd make a roasted vegetable lasagne. If I win, you can leave out the meat!

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  36. I'd love to make a lovely roast dinner with all the trimmings and lashings of gravy

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  37. Sunday Roast for my little family :) thank you x

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  38. if the joint was pork, i'd do pulled pork, with homemade potato wedges and homemade coleslaw!

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  39. A lovely big shepherds pie with roasted root vegetables

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  40. asparagus risotto for my daughter and myself

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  41. Sunday roast for me, my other half & sister; Packed full with lovely roasted veg and a chicken!

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  42. I'd make a roast for my partner, he's always making them for me!

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  43. I will make a vegetarian lasagna for my neighbour who is vegetarian (as a thank you for being so kind to me after my recent back surgery)

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  44. A lovely beef and vegetable stew with buttery mash for the family

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  45. A sunday roast for my parents-in-law as we gate crash them most weeks for one of my mother-in-laws roasts so would be nice to return the favour!!

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  46. I'd love to cook a special 3 course menu for my ever supportive family! There'd be enough ingredients to do a hearty vegetable soup, a roast joint with vegetables and hopefully enough left to whip up a cheeky carrot cake. Heaven and so much better than supermarket muck :)

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  47. I would invite some friends who I have not seen for a couple of months, for a Sunday lunch

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  48. my mum and dad have just been away on holiday so it would be good to catch ip over dinner

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  49. A lovely roast dinner for my family

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  50. I'd love to cook a Sunday roast for my friends as we never seem to have enough time to all get together and sit down for a good long catch-up :-)

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  51. Sunday roast for my parents and boyfriend :)

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  52. I'd probably make a stew for my daughter and other members of the family who we don't see as often~ If not that, a sunday roast. With the amount you get, looks like I'd have to think of a loooot of other meals to cook too!! ;)

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  53. I would make a roast dinner & then make a stock with the bones & make a soup :)

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  54. I'd make a huge pot of vegetable soup to put into individual portions for the freezer.

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  55. I would make a huge pot of beef stew with masses of veg and the left overs can be blitzed to make soup, spiced and eaten for another meal the next day with crusty bread.

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  56. a roast dinner for all my friends

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  57. A lovely and tasty veggie casserole for my family..no meat in our house ;-)

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  58. I would make a family favourite of vegetable crumble, unless there was a pumpkin, then I'd make a pumpkin fondue, something I really want to try now the nights are getting colder. (Twitter: @alexaaandra_t)

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  59. I woild cook a lovely Sunday dinner for all the family

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  60. A roast for the family

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  61. I would make a chicken and vegetable lasagne for my family

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  62. i would host a great dinner party

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  63. a Roast dinner with all the veg!

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  64. I would make something special for my bf, learning how to cook atm so should be interesting! Love using fresh produce so this box is perfect!
    Gertrude_gertree@hotmail.com

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  65. A lovely Sunday roast for my husband!

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  66. A detox week of warming healthy organic meals for Autumn - would love to start with stuffed squash for the family.

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  67. I would love to cook a Sunday roast or my partner and our daughter, the a lovely stew the next day!

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  68. Sunday roast with all the trimmings :)

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  69. I'd cook a nice Sunday meal for my girlfriends

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  70. Stew N Dumplings... :D @ami4levi wont let me log into google atm

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  71. Not original but I would have the family round for Sunday dinner. Roast beef, Yorkshire pudding and delicious vegetables.

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  72. I'd make a chunky veg soup and share it for lunch with Monty Don so we could have gardening chat!

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  73. I would cook a nice home cooked vegetable broth.

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  74. Butternut squash soup starter. For main course a chicken pie and roast vegetables. Carrot cake dessert and parsnip crisp snacks for the members of my pub quiz team (after a good meal we might win!)

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  75. It would have to be a roast dinner, as we don't have one nearly as often as we should!

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  76. I would cook a big traditional roast for my family
    @BoostieBoo

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  77. Chicken and vegetable curry wide a side of butternut chips, for my daughters who have helped me so much recently

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  78. I'd love to cook a wonderful seasonal beef stew with autumn veggies for a date night for my husband & I

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  79. Chicken Casserole in my slow cooker.for me hubby and two daughters

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  80. Chicken casserole in my slow cooker.To share with hubby and two daughters

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  81. I would love to cook my family a nice organic homemade soup

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  82. I'd make a lovely sunday roast for myself and the other half.

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  83. I'd cook mince and dumplings, with veg for my husband who has been asking for that meal for about a year, and I've still not got round to it!

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  84. A roast dinner followed by chicken and veg soup with the leftovers mmmmmmm

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  85. A vegetable curry for my hubby

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  86. A roast dinner for all the family with plenty of veg :)

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  87. I'd cook a "poule au pot" for my husband.

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  88. big roast dinner :D rebecca roberts

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  89. Vegetable lasagne for my children

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  90. I'd like to make an autumn chicken stew for my family.

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  91. Vegetarian toad in the hole for me - the dog might get some if she's lucky

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  92. I would love to cook a traditional chicken or beef roast with all the trimmings for my fiancé and our lovely children!

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  93. would love to cook up a slow cooked staffordshire lobby for the family to feast on. perfect winter warming food that adults & children love full of fresh tasty meat & veg

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  94. Have liked on facebook and followed by GFC.
    I would make soups and stews, my whole family including my 9 month old love my home made vegetable soups and stews. Perfect winter warmers.

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  95. Beef stew for all my family :)

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  96. I would cook a traditional roast chicken meal for my family, then use the carcase to make stock as a base for a lovely, warming chicken soup.

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  97. a lovely vegetable stew. Perfect winter grub for my family

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  98. Would love to cook a stew with loads of veg for the family

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  99. I'd cook a four bean veggie stew with fresh corainder dumplings for my family as everyone loves it and it's warming for autumn.

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  100. I would cook a traditional roast dinner.

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  101. A big casserole for the family - except my oldest who bizarrely doesn't like them!

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  102. I would love to make a stew for the family

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  103. Afghan carrot hotpot for my boyfreind

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  104. A chicken roast dinner with a trip - Pepper and Chilli chicken yummy.

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  105. chicken casserole for me and my husband

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  106. I'd love to cook a veggie curry for my sister and her husband x

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  107. A tasty winter stew for my housemates!

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  108. Oh for me it would be a nice chiken stew and then with the leftover chiken I would make a chicken lasagne and chicken and veg soup .

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  109. I'd love to try something vegetarian, for all the family

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  110. Would love to cook a vegetarian meal for all the family.

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