Thursday, June 24, 2010

GIVEAWAY: Lawry's Marinade Flavor Forecast

I've sort of been on an oven strike this month and hopefully for the rest of the summer.  It's just too hot!  I've been using our crock pot and electric grill.  So you can imagine my excitement when My Blog Spark contacted me about this Lawry's giveaway.  They sent me two new marinades to try along with metal skewers, seasoned salt and a very nice Pyrex marinating dish with lid.  And guess what?  You'll get a chance to win this package!
 Check out what My Blog Spark and Lawry's has to say about this giveaway:
Lawry's newest marinades allow you to infuse your meals with exotic flavors without ever leaving your home. Inspired by the sun-drenched villages of Italy, the Tuscan Sun-Dried Tomato Marinade features extra virgin olive oil, sun-dried tomatoes, sweet red bell peppers and the perfect blend of herbs. The Szechuan Sweet & Sour BBQ Marinade gives meat a delicious sweet and sour flavor with a touch of Szechuan heat.

These marinades fuel the flames of flavor and are on-point with this season’s hottest grilling trends, adding inspiration to your favorite dishes. Take your family’s grilled dinner to the next level - Try Lawry’s Tuscan Grilled Lamb Chops with Warm White Beans Provençal recipe featuring the new Tuscan Sun-Dried Tomato Marinade tonight!

For more ways to put a fresh spin on your go-to grilling menu, check out these new pairings from the recently released McCormick® Flavor Forecast™ 2010: Grilling Edition:
  • Applewood & Plum – Juicy plums accent smoky applewood and add flair to all-American barbecue.
  • Cilantro & Lime – Cutting across the diverse cuisines, this bright and zingy pair is a refreshing taste of summertime.
  • Rosemary & Fig – Figs are an unexpected and regionally inspired match for aromatic rosemary.
  • Chipotle & Maple – This culinary comingling deliver a fresh take on smoky, spicy and sweet.
  • Brown Sugar & Bourbon – This duo brings a delicious dose of Southern charm to the patio.
  • Cinnamon & Coffee – Bold and confident – with just the right edge of bitterness.
  • Red Chili Sauce & Mango – The flavor of mango takes hot or sweet red chili sauce far beyond mere “condiment status.”
Looking for a refreshing summer meal? Treat your family to Lawry’s Tequila-Lime Skirt Steak with Avocado Chopped Salad recipe featuring the Cilantro & Lime flavor profile.

For more recipes and Lawry’s marinades that complement the flavor pairings visit the Grilling Flavor Forecast™ website at
http://www.mccormick.com/FlavorForecast/2010FlavorForecastGrilling.aspx.

Visit www.lawrys.com to check-out the full line of Lawry’s products, additional grilling tips and to find delicious recipes for grilling season and beyond!


Now for your chance to win, all you have to do is...
leave a comment sharing a great grilling tip with everyone.  

OR

If you don't have a grilling tip...
leave a comment sharing your favorite flavor combos to marinate meat and poultry

This giveaway is open for all US residents until Thursday July 1, 2010 at 6 p.m. EST.  The winner will be selected by random.org and have 48 hours to respond to email notification.  Please include a valid email address when leaving your comment. 

Happy Entering!

25 comments:

Emily @CreativeDisaster said...

My great grilling tip is to make your husband do it! I am scared of the grill! I use the George Foreman, if I want it that bad. Love me some Lawry's though!

Susie said...

Lawry's is so classic:-)

Tricia said...

I don't have a tip, but I like to marinate my food in Dales! I found a recipe online that said Italian dressing and bbq sauce together made a good marinade.

The O'Barrs said...

We always make sure our meat or veggies are at room temp before grilling. That seems to help seal in flavor and keep them moist. We use a combo of worcestershire, garlic, salt, pepper and olive oil for marinating. We have used Lawry's for a quick change that turns out well every time. The forecasted flavors sound absolutley fabulous.

The O'Barrs said...

Forgot to include email address in previous comment: hbobarr@bellsouth.net

sandra said...

My husband does all the grilling around here, but he likes using liquid smoke, dijon mustard and other seasonings!
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Christina said...

I don't grill much but I know my husband likes to marinate in Italian dressing sometimes!!
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Donna Rubright said...

I like to use the mojo marinade. Publix has a great store brand that is pretty inexpensive.

Amber said...

My husband does all the grilling in our family. Which means a day off of cooking for me. I love anything Lawry's...especially the seasoned salt.

Lawanna said...

We bought a rotisserie for the grill and used it for Thanksgiving turkey. YUM!

Krystyn said...

I like to marinate with Ponzu lately. It's delicious.

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April said...

I've given you an award, hope you can come by and get it:
http://angelfoodskitchen.blogspot.com/2010/06/versatile-blogger-award.html

Anonymous said...

we love to use the Jack Daniels mesquite marinade in the ziploc bag. Fantastic for chicken or beef!!! My husband is the grill man!!!
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Christy said...

I like to marinade with citrus juices, galic, cilantro and jalapeno.

Sarah J said...

I always make sure to spray some pam on the grill before putting the meat down. Makes it so much easier to flip.

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Christine said...

We've used Lawry's buffalo chicken flavor and it came out tasty.

Christine
dazed1821@aol.com

susitravl said...

My husband does all the grilling - we use a lot of dry rubs & marinades. One of our favorites is the Lawry's Cilantro & Lime with chicken breasts.

Haydensmommy05 said...

I love to marinate chicken in BBQ sauce and add ranch seasoning to it!
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Julia said...

My great grilling tip - make sure you get your husband to love cooking. That way you spend time out of the kitchen!
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Kristen said...

I like teriyaki and pineapple.

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Jenn said...

I love to spray Pam on the grill grates so that nothing sticks to it!

sharonjo said...

I made Chicken Fajitas on the grill last night--so good! I love the flavor combinations in the Cooks Illustrated recipe--lime, garlic, jalapeno, and cilantro of course! Yummy! Thanks for the giveaway.

heartnsoulcooking said...

My best grilling tip is always spray the grill with your favorite spray like PAM.
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Nelle said...

My grilling tip is --tin foil...lots of tin foil!

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Captain Coupon said...

My grilling tip is to cook the meat at a lower temp for a longer time, it makes it more tender!

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