herbs growingTake just a minute to leave a comment on this post telling us what your favorite herb of 2008 is, and you could win one of three amazing prizes, as part of our Week-Long Celebration for the three year anniversary of Weekend Herb Blogging. Thanks to New West KnifeWorks and Fissler USA who have donated two amazing prizes. I’m also is giving away a set of my three favorite cookbooks of 2008. Keep reading to see how to enter.

How to Enter

It’s easy to enter! First, read more about the prizes at the post announcing the anniversary celebrations. Then come back to this post and leave a comment naming your favorite herb of 2008. If you’re a blogger, you must sign in using Open ID or name/url so we can contact you if you’re the winner. Readers who are not bloggers must leave an e-mail address typed into the body of the comment. Use the format kalynskitchen (at) comcast (dot) net to protect your e-mail from spammers. Any comments without either a blog link or an e-mail waddress will be deleted, as I can’t verify who the comment is from. (Remember comments are moderated, so you won’t see your comment until I approve it. If you’re in Europe or Asia and I’m asleep in my part of the world, that might take a while!)

More Chances to Win!

There will also be voting for favorite vegetable (Wednesday) and favorite fruit (Thursday) so be sure to come back and leave more comments! Comments will close at 10:00 P.M. (Utah time, which is MST) on Friday, October 31, and the winners will be announced in the Anniversary Edition of Weekend Herb Blogging on Sunday evening. (Duplicate entries on the same post will result in all comments from that person being deleted, so please be careful to enter only once on each post.)

Kalyn Recommends:

Of course I can’t enter to win the prizes, but nothing can stop me from doing a little campaigning, can it? I’m endorsing cilantro for favorite herb; certainly no one is surprised about that. Here are three reasons I think you should be voting for cilantro:

Vegan Tomato Salad with Cucumber, Avocado, Cilantro, and Lime was definitely one of my favorite salads of 2008!

Another salad I loved this year was Spicy Mexican Slaw with Lime and Cilantro. I’ve probably made this ten times since I posted the recipe.

Finally, the salad inspired by one I had at a party, and another one I’ve been making over and over with different types of beans, this Pinto Bean Salad with Avocado, Tomato, Red Onion, and Cilantro is another complete winner.

Are You Blogging About Herbs?

Of course, Weekend Herb Blogging is really about the posts that are submitted each week, by great bloggers from all over the world, so here is information about how to submit a post if you’d like to join in this week for the anniversary edition. You can write about your favorite herb, favorite vegetable, or favorite fruit for this special edition.

(P.S. I can’t publish off-topic comments or respond to questions in comments on these give-away posts because it will foul up the numbering system for the random number selection.)

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