Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Bittersweet Chocolate Sauce Giveaway!

****UPDATE****

We have 5 winners and based on a Random Number Generator they are;

20 winner

2 winner

4 winner

8,7 winners

Please comment back with your contact information (comments have been closed so this information will not post online) by January 13th at 3:00PM!
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Today, as some may or may not know, is national Bittersweet Chocolate Day!  Bittersweet Chocolate, by definition, is composed of at least 35% Chocolate Liquor (unsweetened chocolate).  The chocolate liquor is combined with cocoa butter, a small amount of sugar and vanilla to create what we know as Bittersweet Chocolate.



Our Bittersweet Chocolate Sauce is one of our most popular dessert toppings.  To celebrate national Bittersweet Chocolate day, we would like to share one of our favorites with some of our readers!

To enter, answer the following Stonewall Kitchen history trivia question; 

Roasted Garlic Onion Jam was actually a mistake that turned out fantastic!  What was the original product suppose to be?

hint - answers may or may not be found in the video below



Giveaway ends on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 3:00PM EST

Winners comments will be selected at random and will be posted on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 and have 48 hours to claim their prize.  A select number of winners will be chosen.  US residents only, please no employee entries.

27 comments:

  1. It was suppose to be a batch of relish!

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  2. It was supposed to be a batch of relish

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  4. An overcooked batch of relish.

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  5. It was supposed to be relish, but it was overcooked and turned into my absolute favorite Stonewall Kitchen product!

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  6. It was relish that was oversugared and overcooked! YUM!

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  7. John & Jim it was suppose to be Relish!!

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  8. It was suppose to be relish but it was over-sugared and over cooked!

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  10. It was overcooked relish. A happy accident indeed!

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  11. A batch of relish! Thank goodness for accidents!

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  12. It began as a batch of over cooked relish.

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  13. It was going to be relish -- good thing though, I love RGOJ!

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  14. Roasted Garlic Onion Jam was supposed to be a batch of relish. Yummy mishap.

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  15. It was suppose to be relish... very cool story!

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