**THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. STAY TUNED FOR THE WINNERS~**
The winners of the Brasserie Bread Roll Call competition:
Zi-Yang from Blake Dawson
Sarah from Suede
Are the lucky recipients of the box of Brasserie Bread! Mei from Brasserie Bread will contact you to arrange delivery. Thanks to everyone that entered
Seeking a promotion at work? I have a secret strategy for a great way to impress your boss and let them know that you have a) great taste and b) you can work the internet thingy that confounds them so. Not Quite Nigella and Brasserie Bread have partnered up to bring you the best way to a promotion. By winning a mixed box of fresh Brasserie Bread breads worth $50 delivered to your workplace*!
As is the way things happen in blog land, I went to Brasserie Bread a few weeks ago and wrote about it. Tony from The Food Zeitgeist and I follow each other on twitter and as a fellow Brasserie Bread enthusiast, he told Mei who is Brasserie Bread’s lovely marketing person about my review and Mei and I got to chatting. She invited me to lunch at Brasserie Bread and we talked about the idea of doing a competition on my site and I also got to try the new Winter menu and stay and watch a Kid’s Birthday party there.
All you need to give me via email to email@example.com is:
Your first and last name:
Company address*: (which must be the place where the bread is delivered, not your home address, no matter how tempting )
And send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
And the best part?
Two of you will win a fantastic box from Brasserie Bread!
And if you miss out or you want to increase your chances, the “roll call” competition is run on Brasserie Bread’s site every week so click here to enter.
The competition closes on the 4th of July, 2009.
*Your workplace must be within 25kms of Brasserie Bread’s location in Banksmeadow. Check out maps.google.com and click on “get directions” to see how many kms away you are
Tuna l’ancienne baguette $10
And of course the question you were all wanting to ask: how was the Winter menu? Delicious of course and well suited to Winter. I chose the Tuna l’ancienne bageutte which came filled with tuna salad, chopped boiled eggs, sliced tomato and leafy greens. If you love your bread earth shatteringly crunchy and delicious, this is the baguette for you.
Lamb with potato and spinach hash with fried egg $15 ($14 without egg)
Mei gave me some of her Slow Cooked Lamb with potato and spinach hash with fried egg which was an exercise pure comfort food down to the runny egg yolk, softly falling apart lamb and crunchy bread with real butter. This is the kind of item that should come with a woolly blanket to snuggle up in and your favourite movie
I stayed for a little of one of Brasserie Bread’s kid’s birthday baking classes. Kids learned how to bake various items while the parents have a couple of hours where they can sit and have an Allpress coffee and something good to eat.
Classes cost $250 for up to 10 children and they each get to make and take home things such as chocolate cookies, pizza and gigantic chocolate turtles. Which leaves me to say in an upset whine “Mum…whhyyy do kids get all the fun?!”.
The Pink Brigade!
1737 Botany Road, Banksmeadow, NSW
Tel: 9666 6845
Open 7 days
The Winter menu
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