And the winner is…

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Before I tell you who won our latest “Top Chef Season 10: Seattle” Giveaway, I hope you’ll watch this fun little movie I shot at Seattle’s Pike Place Market today. You’ll see the World Famous Pike Place Fish Market, lots of gorgeous produce, Market Spice (where I bought some tasty goodies for our winner), the Gum Wall (dis-gust-ing!, but iconic), the original Starbucks store and, of course, the Public Market Farmer’s Market sign. Not too bad for my first video attempt, huh?

Anyway, thanks so much to everyone who entered our giveaway this month! We loved reading all of your entries and even learned about a few new foodie shows we’ll need to add to the DVR list. Once again, we selected the winner randomly from all of the entries.

Congratulations to Cecily Metzger who pays homage to a classic. “The foodie show that got me interested in cooking was The Galloping Gourmet, which featured my favorite chef, Graham Kerr. Brilliance, humor, and delicious food. The perfect combination.” We agree, Cecily. Where would we be today without such pioneers as Graham Kerr?

We’ll be sending Cecily a wonderful assortment of goodies from Market Spice including: Mexican Vanilla, Market Spice Tea, Market Spice Spiced Cider Mix, Market Spice Seafood Seasoning Rub (Salt Free) and a teeny tiny Good Grate (perfect for grating fresh nutmeg on top of your holiday eggnog). EnJOY, Cecily!

Beecher’s Cheese, The Gum Wall, The Original Starbuck’s Coffee, and Pike Place Creamery

 

5 comments

  1. jonquil says:

    Congrats Cicely! 🙂

  2. Lisa Keller says:

    Hi, Mary M. From

    Mary Miller, did you know that Cecily works at Bush, and that Bush colleagues told her about your drawing? Also, I made your lavender lemon cookies recently. Yum! One more thing– I will never forget your scalloped potatoes! XO from your old friends at Bush.

    • MaryMiller says:

      Hi, Lisa! What a WONDERFUL surprise! I did not know that Cecily works at Bush. Joy picked her name randomly to be our winner and what a fun surprise. It makes me so happy to know that the people I used to cook for at Bush have found my food blog. FYI, I am working on a lower-calorie version of the scalloped sweet potatoes and will be posting it next week, so stay tuned. Thanks again for taking time to send me a note. Much appreciated. 🙂

  3. I just love that Market Spice Tea!

  4. MaryMiller says:

    Love the video, Joy!!

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