Day 3: Foodportunity Resolutions Challenge and Giveaway, $25 Gift Card at Metropolitan Market

Today is the third day of the Foodportunity Resolutions Challenge. The winner from yesterday will be announced later today. Update: The winner of the Gilt gift card is Kristin Nielson Price. Email me your address to claim your prize!

Day 3: Today’s giveaway is a $25 gift certificate to Metropolitan Market.

Resolution 2: Try to cook something that you have never cooked before. Metropolitan Market is the place to get hard to find ingredients. Have you tried pomegrenate molasses? What about preserved lemons? What about trying a vinegar that you haven’t used before? Go ahead, choose an ingredient that is new to you and make something interesting.

And before I continue. Foodportunity tickets are still on sale. Tickets sell out for this event so if you intend to go then don’t miss it. It is THE networking event for everyone food-related. Lots of food, chefs and networking for $25. Now go get your tickets. More information at Foodportunity.com . And Metropolitan Market is the main sponsor so that means that there will be lots of goodies. For more fun food ideas from Metropolitan Market, check out this post.

Now for the contest!
Win a $25 gift card to Metropolitan Market. Winner will be chosen tomorrow afternoon. Don’t forget to share information about the next Foodportunity event, tickets here.

The contest! We want to know your resolutions and help you get there. Every day for 7 days, we will be giving away something that will spoil you. The catch, baby steps. You need to have one goal each day and keep it. Then, it is your reward. The prizes will be gift cards, books, dinners and other fun rewards.

How do you enter?

Bonus Entry: Go to the Foodportunity website and tell me in the comments here which restaurant you are most looking forward to trying at the event.

Bonus Entry #2: Go to the Metropolitan Market events page and check out the list of events. Comment here and tell me which event or book most appeals to your lifestyle.

1) Leave a comment on the daily post for one entry.
2) Tweet the contest out and leave another comment letting us know for an additional entry. (Just say, I tweeted) Use Hashtag #foodprt
3) Facebook it and let us know (3 entries)
4) Tell a friend about the Foodportunity event. The more friends you tell, the more entries. (Email us at Foodprt8atgmail.com letting us know who you told , just a first name and why you think they would be interested)

The winner will be chosen by random number generator daily. Check the post the day after by 5pm and see if you won. If you won, email us your information and we will send the prize your way (foodprt8atgmail.com)

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24 responses to “Day 3: Foodportunity Resolutions Challenge and Giveaway, $25 Gift Card at Metropolitan Market

  1. My new year’s resolution that I posted yesterday goes well with today’s contest. Time to get cooking!

  2. Checked out Metropolitan Market’s event page – Fit by Nature looks like an interesting read.

  3. magan

    Cast Iron Skillet Big Flavors looks most appealing. I’m always looking for new ways to spice up foods that I already eat. As far as a new recipe, I’m thinking paella is on the list for this year.

  4. Maggie

    in 2012, i’d like to get more adventurous in the kitchen! roasting my own red bell peppers, making my own chocolate syrup, making gnocchi from scratch, things that require purchasing less plastic packaging.

  5. Maggie

    the coterie room!

  6. Maggie

    Salmon, Desserts & Friends. three of my favorite things!

  7. Fit by Nature: the AdventX Twelve – Week Out Fitness Program
    Uptown: Thursday, January 19th, class begins at 6:30PM

  8. Il Corvo, it is run by a tiny team that hand makes everything!

  9. Amanda S.

    My goal today .is to cook more at home

  10. Amanda S.

    I’d like to try the food from Harborside.

  11. Amanda S.

    The Cast Iron Skillet Big Flavors book appeals to me because it’s the simple kind of cooking I love to do!

  12. My goal is to get to the farmers market and try at least one new recipe each week.

  13. The Fit by Nature event looks good!

  14. Yesterday I didn’t eat out at all and cooked all of our meals. This is a big step for the New Year:)( we’re trying to cook more and eat out less)

  15. Kalyn

    The Cast Iron Skillet Big Flavors event since that’s one kitchen item that tends to sit on my counter, rarely used, and I’d love to use it more often.

  16. Kalyn

    I tweeted this too!

  17. Kalyn

    Looking forward to The Coterie Room.

  18. I really want to learn to make pad thai this year! I’ve tried a few times with not much luck. I’m taking a class this spring though!

  19. Laura

    i drive by Local 360 a lot, so I would love to try their food!

  20. Laura

    i love working out so the fit by nature cooking class and book signing looks like a lot of fun!

  21. I’d love to learn this year how to prepare fancy main courses, like prime rib, or roasts that require twine -both of which intimidate me! I purchased my first Le Creuset cookware, a 2.5 QT Dutch Oven, which has made some pretty amazing holiday dinner sides, like Pan-seared Brussels Sprouts with Apples, Bacon, Shallots and Rosemary -but I’m ready to take on the challenge provide the main event! (I’v never even cooked a turkey, but I did rotisserie grill a chicken for the first time last year, to great results!)

    Bonus 1: Looking forward to sampling Il Corvo Pasta at Foodportunity-*homemade Italian pasta = best comfort food ever*

    Bonus 2: Most interested in Metropolitan Market’s class: Cast Iron Skillet Big Flavors: 90 Recipes for the Best Pan in Your Kitchen.
    I’ve heard nothing but good things about the über-versatile cast iron skillet, and this is the year of investing in quality cookware for me!
    (Any suggestions?)

    I tweeted!

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