Friday, May 24, 2013
Win 2 Tickets to All Things Southern at the Memphis Botanic Garden!
We're SO ready to celebrate summer with y'all, so Memphis-area folks, get ready! We have another event for our Southern Vegetarian cookbook coming up next week in conjunction with the Memphis Botanic Garden. See below for your chance to win 2 free tickets ($70 value; age 21 & up) to All Things Southern at the Memphis Botanic Garden this Tuesday, May 28, at 6 to 8 p.m -- and the winner will also snag a copy of our cookbook! We would love to see everyone there next week; it's sure to be a great summer kickoff.
To enter, comment below and tell us your favorite thing about summertime in the South. (We moderate comments as we receive them, so don't worry if it takes a little while for yours to appear.) We'll choose the winner of the 2 tix and book by random number generator on Memorial Day at 10 a.m. CST and post the results here and on Facebook. Your tickets will be held for you at will call the day of the event. Good luck!
Posted by The Chubby Vegetarian at 4:53 PM
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Summer in the south wouldn't be complete without grilled peaches! I'm from Southern Virginia, and we're famous for our local peaches!
I love going to "pick your own" farms and spending the summer reading by the pool!
I was going to say the smells, the greenery, tomatoes, lightning bugs... there must be a thousand things I love about summer in the south, but thanks to Paige Austin, I might be adding grilled peaches to my list! Lisa Hayes
Bourbon Arnold Palmers, ripe tomato sandwiches, and peach cobbler..
boiled peanuts and a yuengling. on the back porch, of course
Porch sitting when the sun goes down and it's just cooled off enough to bear being outside.
Tomatoes!! Salad, Sandwiches, Ripe, Green, Heirloom, Ripley - all things tomato.
Driving to a lake somewhere, hot sun, windows down, music up, dogs happy, people happy, anticipating.
Picking blueberries with my son, staying up late and catching fireflies!
I love the fresh foods, herbs and flowers! We are "porch people" and enjoy the sights and smells of summertime:)
fresh tomatoes and basil from the garden.
I love harvesting dinner from the garden, making fresh pico de gillo ,pesto, salads etc.. then sitting on the patio enjoying my efforts with a glass of wine:)
Juicy Watermelon, the smell of honeysuckle, ripe tomatoes of the vine, cold soups and refreshing salads... yummy summertime in TN.
I have to go along with the tomato folks, summer is the only time for good ones, but any of the fresh produce from farmers' markets. Nothing better than sweet corn right from the farm, basted with butter with lime juice and zest in it!
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