Saturday, October 27, 2012

Frieda's Spooky Foods - Win on Facebook!

I am such a huge fan of Frieda's Specialty Produce. 

They always have an amazing selection of produce that can be shipped directly to you.
I noticed the other day they are having a very fun and Spooky...time on their Facebook page. 
(Speaking of Frieda's Facebook Page...make sure to LIKE them today so you won't miss out on their great deals, giveaways and events!)

It is called Frieda's Spooky Foods and you can enter to win a Spooky Prize.  Just stop on over to their page and post a spooky food tip for your chance to win.  While you are can also vote for your favorite Halloween Kiwano.  Don't worry if you don't know what a Kiwano can learn more below.
Look at the Frieda's Spooky Foods that I received....
 How fun....Black garlic...Buddha's Hand....Kiwano.....and Ghost Chili's.
I was surprised to learn the black garlic is aged naturally under high heat fermentation that turns the garlic cloves a rich dark color with soft chewy texture.  I am planning on using them in a pasta salad..I know they will be the talk of the people enjoying.
 The Buddha's Hand is very spooky looking!!!  But, it smells so fruity, fresh and heavenly.  We have had it sitting on our kitchen table...what a great and talked about center piece, plus it adds a nice fragrance to the room. 
 The boys are enjoying looking at the Kiwano (horned melon), so we haven't cut it open  yet.  I was shocked to find out you can store a Kiwano for up to 6 months.  It is suppose to have lime green colored pulp with jelly-like and filled with tender white edible seeds - like a cucumber.  Can't wait to give it a taste.
The the VERY SCARY GHOST CHILI PEPPERS....I am just flat out scared of these!!!
So Happy Spooky Halloween Everyone!!!
Disclaimer: Frieda's sponsored and provided me with a free
samples of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if
I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product



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