Saturday, July 29, 2006

The Prize Package, Update

Help me raise a total $2,000, please, for Food Runners. Thank you for your $1,818.00 in generous donations so far, we are nearly there!
This is what you could win if you pledge a donation non-anonymously before noon PST, today. (Important: Please remember to verify your donation, else it won't show up on the grand total). I picked these prize goodies up at the San Francisco Ferry Building and Farmer's Market just this morning:

2006 blogathon 24 hours of blogging to raise money for food runners in san francisco on july 29th 2006

Scharffenburger Chocolate tasters
Michael Recchiuti's Rust Box
June Taylor Blackberry and Lemon Verbena Conserve
The San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers Market Cookbook
Habanera Chipotle powder, VERY HOT! Intense heat with tropical fruit flavors, from Tierra.
Honey Helene's fruit flavored Honey Straws from Marshall Honey
Sciabica's Manzanillo Variety Fall Harvest Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Last not certainly not least, Taylor from The Fatted Calf knew what I was up to - he had already read my blog, so when I stopped by to see him, he offered me some complimentary Fegatelli and Petit Sec to add to the prize. Thank you Taylor!!!!

Donate now to be in with a chance to win! Thank you.




2006 blogathon 24 hours of blogging to raise money for food runners in san francisco on july 29th 2006

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The Prize Package, Update

2 Comments:

  • At 29/7/06 10:52, Blogger Beccy said…

    Mmmmm wouldn't mind winning that lot, though I don't know how well some of it would travel!

     
  • At 29/7/06 11:23, Anonymous Bakerina said…

    Hot *dawg*, Sam! You are an amazing fundraiser -- and the fact that you can keep to a new content schedule while going to market is completely and utterly awe-inspiring. $2,000 and beyond!

     

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