Saturday, December 19, 2009

Old El Paso Giveaway

Old El Paso chiles are what gives this family favorite, Mexican Mess, its kick. This is a great recipe for a crowd because everyone assembles their own and adds as many or as few toppings as they like.

If you would like to try this recipe, make sure to print out this coupon and get 55 cents off one can of Old El Paso chiles!


Now, for the fun giveaway! Old El Paso and Blog Spark have provided a “Tackle the Taste” gift pack that includes two free cans of Green Chiles, as well as a football-shaped ceramic serving platter, two sets of football-themed plates, cocktail napkins, and a themed table runner for me to keep and one to giveaway!



Cool, huh?


To win this gift pack, simply leave a comment telling how you would use the green chiles to spice up your favorite recipe.


I will draw a winner after Christmas and before the new year. Be sure to leave a way for me contact you if you win.

8 comments:

Shelby said...

I would use the green chilis in my Kind Ranch Chicken reciepe!! yummy!

My hubby would love this giveaway!!

tealady said...

This is so neat! I myself am not a foot ball fan but the hubby and son are this would be great for my green chili dip the guys love,every football game here is like a party and I like to serve up something fun. And this has FUN written all over it.

Betsy said...

I'd put them in eggs!

Chick Hatchers said...
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Chick Hatchers said...

I would add them to the adult batch of enchiladas, because one of my children has sensitive taste. But we love green chilis on the adult side of the pan!

You can contact me by leaving me a comment on my blog: mychildsview.blogspot.com
or emailing me directly at kymberlie {at} stefanskis {dot} net.

Kim Sorensen said...

I always add 2 cans to my Chicken Enchiladas ....yummy.....Thanks for the giveaway it would be perfect for our Super Bowl Party. Merry Christmas to all

Gwen Toliver said...

Mmmm.... in with my quesadillas!

JC said...

I's use Green Chiles in my taco!