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Jun 27, 2012

Brand Eating Giveaway Drawing: Greek-inspired Bowl

Good news porcelain serving bowl lovers! Brand Eating has teamed up with Athenos to give away a Jonathan Adler Greek-inspired serving bowl to one lucky reader! Whether you want it to serve your salads in style or just want to use it as a fancy giant cereal bowl, read on for how you can win.

Athenos is once again tapping disapproving Yiayia ("grandmother" in Greek) this summer to promote their feta cheese. The commercials are pretty hilarious... and full of condescension grandma style. I've posted them below in case you want to check them out.

There's Yiayia on video chatting:


And on pool parties:


Back to the giveaway: to enter, just leave a comment below on this post. You can say whether you liked the commercials, why you want a Greek serving bowl, what you like to eat with the feta, or whatever you like. Only one comment per person please and the contest is only open to residents of the U.S. ages 18 and older. Please be sure to include your email address in the "email" field as I will be contacting the winner via email.

The giveaway drawing will close next week on Wednesday, July 4th at 11:00pm Pacific Standard Time. Shortly after, I'll compile the entries and use a random number generator to choose one winner who will receive a Jonathan Adler Greek key serving bowl (retail value: $48) via mail. The winner will have 3 days to respond to my email. Should that time lapse, I will go ahead and use the random number generator to choose a new winner.

I'll post the winner next week on this post, so be sure to check back next week for the results. Good luck!

Winner:

Congrats goes to D. the owner of a new Greek serving bowl. I'll be in touch shortly to get a mailing address and get that shipped to you. Please don't break it... haha.


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45 comments :

  1. I've tried the Athenos feta in a spread at a graduation party and thought it was really good but absolutely love their hummus. Unfortunately, once I start dipping veggies or bagel chips in the hummus no one else is allowed to get near it.

    I love the design of the bowl and it looks perfect for a salad or noodles. Thank you for the opportunity to win one.

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  2. What a great giveaway! How pretty! Robinamato3 at gmail dot com

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  3. I will eat Feta in anything. I especially love it in salads or even on pizza!

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  4. I dont know about athenos, but this is a great blog!

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  5. It sure looks like a nice bowl. What is the shipping cost for it? 

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  6. I love that design on the bowl.  I'm becoming a fan of feta cheese... I usually eat it in a salad with some chicken, or on a pizza (buffalo chicken).  Yum!

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  7. can I just wear the bowl as a hat?;]

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  8. My incredibly fat cat would like a food bowl this big.

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  9. Cheese is awesome.

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  10. amy beth marantinoWednesday, June 27, 2012

    this is a pretty bowl. i would like to win it.

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  11. I collect odd and unusual dishware, so this would look awesome with my collection! Plus it'd be great to eat food from the local  Mediterranean place out of it. :3

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  12. The commercials are pretty cute, I have to admit.  And as far as the bowl--I eat a lot of cereal, and I'd love to try many types of cereal in that beautiful bowl!

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  13. Great commercials from Athenos !!  I love Athenos feta cheese on my salads and macaroni dishes.  I'd love to have the bowl too !!

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  14. Free stuff is always good. I'd probably try to sell the bowl at a garage sale or something.

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  15. Feta is THE BOMB in gyros.

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  16. If I ever figure out how to make an authentic tasting gyro at home, I'm pretty sure athenos cheese would be the way to go.

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  17. I love feta on greek salads

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  18. Yes. And if you win, please send a picture so I can post it up with the caption: "The Winner???"

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  19. Er I dunno. Athenos will send it directly so I'll never actually lay eyes on it or pay shipping!

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  20. I would love that bowl!

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  21. Feta is a great salad topper

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  22. feta in a grilled cheese is perfection

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  23. Yiayia approves this giveaway!

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  24. I would eat Greek yogurt in it like a poser.

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  25. Greek salad with feta in the Greek bowl, of course! I don't think I have enough plates and bowls. :P

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  26. I am obsessed with anything Greek since my trip to Athens. This bowl reminds me everything beautiful there!

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  27. Greek yogurt with feta? Too weird. 

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  28. I break a lot of bowls, so this would be a godsend for me.

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  29. I would use it for my homemade hummus or a greek salad with feta!

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  30. my favorite feta dish would have to be spanakopita - delish!

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  31. awesome bowl, i want one

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  32. i would love to entertain with this bowl... its beautiful!

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  33. I'm craving a Gyros!

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  34. I am overdue for a giant cereal breakfast.

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  35. I can use the bowl to dream of a vacation to Greece.

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  36. Cool videos! I'd love the bowl because it matches my stuff. I love feta with hummus and balsamic!

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  37. I LOVE feta cheese! It tastes so good in salads.

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  38. I admit, the videos made me chuckle a little bit. Also I love putting feta cheese on salads. Yum!

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  39. Ooh, that bowl is really pretty.  Perfect for my giant bowl of morning oats each morning!

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  40. Whoa, I totally need this thing for my homemade Chobani/Oikos/whatever brand of Greek yogurt is on sale parfaits. It looks like you could almost fit a damn puppy in one of those things... 0_0

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  41. I'll eat noodles in the greek bowl!

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