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SURPRISE GIVEAWAY: Summer Grilling Kit (+ BBQ Taste & Tweet Event!)

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Grilling Taste and Tweet Giveaway Event

I have TWO fun things to share with you today, (both courtesy of I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!®)… a fabulous Summer Grilling Kit Giveaway for HWTM readers and a special Twitter Event coming up this Monday that I’ll be co-hosting!

Here are the details for both:

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BBQ TASTE & TWEET – Monday, July 26th:
With summer here, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!® wants to help you get ready for grilling season with a fun Taste & Tweet Twitter event. We hope you will join us for a great evening of eating, Tweeting and sharing grilling and summer entertaining tips with @ICBINotButter, @HWTM_Jenn and @GrillCompanion.

The Taste & Tweet will take place on Monday, July 26th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm CST. Your first tweet including the hashtag for the event: #ICBINotButterBBQ, will automatically be entered in a sweepstakes to win one of two grand prizes. (Note – this sweepstakes is separate from the giveaway featured in this post.)

Grilling Taste and Tweet Giveaway Event

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SUMMER GRILLING KIT GIVEAWAY – Starts TODAY!
*Prize provided by I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!®

Grilling Kit Giveaway Contains:
·        Two coupons for a FREE I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!® product
·        I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!® Summer Newsletter with great grilling recipes
·        I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!® Grill Basket (for grilling veggies, fish or chicken)
·        Set of Crate & Barrel Corn on the Cob Picks and Dishes
·        Smokey Joe Weber Grill
·        3 Piece BBQ Tool Set
·        Set of Crate & Barrel placemats
·        Two Crate & Barrel Melamine Dinnerware place settings

HOW TO ENTER (2 options):
1. Post a comment here asking a question related to summer entertaining or summer grilling – your question may get tweeted/answered during Monday’s event!
2. Send a tweet to @HWTM_Jenn using the hash tag: #ICBINotButterBBQ and noting your favorite recipe from the I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! website – (Amaretto Cheesecake or Buffalo Chicken Sliders, maybe?) – OR your favorite way to spray it!

*Giveaway Ends Monday, July 26th at 7pm CST (5pm PST / 8pm EST). Good luck!

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

215 responses to “SURPRISE GIVEAWAY: Summer Grilling Kit (+ BBQ Taste & Tweet Event!)”

  1. Lesley says:

    How do u get those beautiful grilling marks without the food sticking?

  2. Andrea trautman says:

    What are some fool-proof recipes (that aren’t typical BBQ fare) that everyone will love? And, how do you estimate how much food will be needed?

  3. Sara Raymer says:

    What is the best way to keep your gas grill from flaming up?

  4. Jenni says:

    What type of theme do you usually go with for Summer Backyard BBQs? Just bright colors like reds, greens, and yellows or more of a “Country” theme?

  5. Joanne says:

    How do I calculate how much food I need for a summer grilling party serving shish kabobs with chicken and beef tips and vegetables?

  6. Kaitlyn says:

    What is the best way to clean grill grates that have a summer of build-up on them?

  7. Carly says:

    How can I grill my chicken and still have it be juicy? It always dries out!

  8. Ann-Marie says:

    How do you grill kabobs with a mix of meat and veggies so they are cooked properly?

  9. Sarah says:

    Is it best to marinate meat ahead of time or baste when grilling?

  10. I’m a college student living in the city for the summer. It’s been hard trying to get groups of friends together for dinner parties and fun gatherings. Do you have any ideas for fun ways to bring everyone together while trying to beat the Northeastern summer heat?

  11. What are some exotic BBQ sides?

  12. Rachael says:

    What’s a fun, and maybe slightly unusual, way to jazz up your standard summer picnic? (Both decorations and recipes.)

  13. Ryane says:

    What is the most effective way of grilling corn on the cob?

  14. Jessica Hembree says:

    What are some of the best seasonal fruits and veggies to grill?

  15. Tricia says:

    My husband does all of the grilling at our house, so when it comes to firing up the grill I am a bit intimidated. Any tips for jumping in there and overcoming any grilling fears?

  16. Becky says:

    How do you get perfectly grilled onions? We (hubby and I) have mastered the other veggies, but onions continue to give us trouble. They always either burn, or don’t cook through… I would LOVE to eat grilled onions every night!

  17. april says:

    what is the best kind of fish to grill or smoke? should you always use a grilling basket for fish on the fire?

  18. Erica says:

    What are some summer bar essentials?

  19. Amy says:

    I love potatoes on the grill, but I can never get them crispy enough! I have tried parboiling, direct grilling, indirect grilling, and nothing works. Help!

  20. Jehan says:

    How do I prevent my asparagus from falling through the grill without having to use foil?

  21. Kristal says:

    How do you know when meats are actually done & approximate proper cooking times?

  22. carrie says:

    When grilling fruit, is it best to wrap it in foil, or just flat out on the grate?

  23. Tara says:

    What is the best type is steak for grilling? I know they all have different textures depending on how you cook them.

  24. Amy says:

    What a great prize.

    My question is when grilling what is the best way to keep everything from drying out or overcooking when you have to rotate things on the grill due to it’s size and the amount of food you are preparing? ex. the veggies need to cook seprately from the chicken due to there not being enough space on the grill.

  25. Sarah says:

    I’ve heard both yay and nay on cedar planks when grilling, care to weigh in on that topic?

  26. Sarah T says:

    What type of seasonings do you recommend?

  27. Erin says:

    What is the best white fish for grilling?

  28. Elizabeth says:

    What is the best way to cook vegetables on the grill.

  29. Kim H. says:

    What are your tips for grilling garlic bread? I have never seen this done, but would guess foil wrap may be involved?

  30. Sue says:

    Cool giveaway!!

    My question relates to pizza on the grill. I always want to do pizza but I am afraid it will fall through the grill as it cooks. Can I throw on a frozen pizza and have it cook okay or even better is there a way to cook a fresh pizza (homemade) on the grill. We love pizza but hate to turn on the stove right now because it is too hot outside.

  31. Melissa Vasquez says:

    What are some easy grilling options that please the kiddos?

  32. Toni says:

    What’s the best way to avoid flare-ups?

  33. niki says:

    Is there a way to grill cut up veggies without loosing them through the grates?

  34. edina says:

    What is the most effective way to prevent mosquitoes from joining the summer outdoor party (without harsh chemicals)? Thank you!

  35. jessie connell says:

    My husband and I have an amazing kabob marinade that we love to use on pork, steak and chicken. However, we’re always looking for new veggies to mix in with the meat. How do you keep fragile veggies, like mushrooms, from breaking and falling off the skewers?

  36. Michelle T says:

    What is the easiest way to clean your grill grates?

  37. Amber Barham says:

    My father used to always wrap a large onion or head of cabbage and grill it and it was so delicious!! Do you have any great suggestions/recipes on making it flavorful and melt in your mouth. I have tried a few times and it just is not the same!

  38. Sera says:

    I have always heard grilled fruit was awesome but I have never tried it. Do you have any good recipes or suggestions on how to grill fruit??

  39. Shelby says:

    What are some vegetarian items (aside from veggies!) that are good for summer grilling?

  40. liz berg says:

    What is your favorite fruit to grill for dessert? And how can you make it look and taste extraordinary? (I love decadent desserts!)