Giveaway: Knorr/Forman and Field Seasonal Box (Giveaway now closed)

You may remember that a little while ago I attended a bloggers event courtesy of Knorr UK where I had the opportunity of meeting Marco Pierre White to watch him cook. Marco was really lovely and showed us some great tips – which I shared with you all in the ‘Meeting Marco’ post.

Knorr have stayed in touch and have sent me another exclusive seasonal recipe to try called Marco’s Quick Lamb Stew, which I’ll be posting on Fabulicious Food! in the next few days.
In order to try the recipe, Knorr have kindly organised for Forman & Field, an independent online gourmet food producer to put together a lovely box of British ingredients for me which included everything I need to make tonight’s supper (and a bit more!) Forman & Field offer fresh, seasonal, British foods directly to your door. Handy.

Marco’s recipe involves using lots of lovely fresh seasonal vegetables and is suitable for the whole family – so it’s right up my street.

The recipe also involves trying out a new Knorr product called the Knorr Herb Infusion Stock Pot, which is essentially a vegetable stock blended with a selection of herbs, such as bay, thyme and parsely, reduced into a pot that can easily be thrown into soups, stews, risottos and sauces to give a herby taste. The pots are particularly useful if you don’t have fresh herbs to hand and if you do, they will provide an added boost of flavour.
So, whilst I get cooking, I’m also hosting a competition for one lucky reader to win a special prize pack of Knorr products, including the Herb Infusion Stock Pot,  as well as seasonally-inspired veg and some extra gourmet goodies from Forman and Field for themselves.


The winner will be notified on Friday 19th August and announced in a subsequent post on Monday 22nd August 2011 and the box will be sent out on Wednesday 24th August 2011.  
Good Luck and look out for the exclusive Knorr recipe by Marco PIerre White in the next few days.



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  1. Gemma Carson says:

    >I liked on facebook!

  2. >Following you on Twitter, @nickiem

  3. >'Liked' you on Facebook 🙂

  4. >Fish pie for me – any reason to have creamy sauce and potatoes is a winner 🙂

  5. Kim Willing says:

    >Liked Fabulicious Food on Facebook

  6. >Have liked on FaceBook 🙂

  7. >I would make a yummy fishy pie 🙂

  8. >Liked & Shared on FB
    Karen A Barrett

  9. >Following on Twitter

  10. >I would use the trout fillets with a simple fresh dill sauce, using the herbs from my garden. I use yogurt, sour cream, mayo, dill, cucumber, lemon & pepper, served chilled.

  11. Ian Campbell says:

    >I'm following you (@RenBehan) on Twitter. My Twitter username is @Ianthesunlover

  12. Ian Campbell says:

    >I like the Fabulicious Food Facebook page (very much :))

  13. Ian Campbell says:

    >I'd put the Knorr Herb Infusion Stock Pot in a slow cooker with diced chicken breasts to make a delicious chicken casserole 🙂

  14. @littleboo_21 says:

    >Following on Twitter too


  15. @littleboo_21 says:

    >Liked your Facebook page – Sarah Anguish


  16. @littleboo_21 says:

    >I would have the trout with new potatoes and fresh salad and croutons


  17. >I'm following you on Twitter too.

  18. >I've liked you on Facebook too

  19. >I woud make Smoked Trout Fillets, baked in Tinfoil in the oven with Seasonal Veg.

  20. Adele Hill says:

    >I would make a kedgeree with the smoked trout

  21. >Roast potatoes and runner beans
    following and liked on facebook

  22. >liked on facebook :o)

  23. >i wouldnt mess around with the trout to much as i think it would be delicious simply served with buttered new potatoes and runner beans yummy!!

  24. Anonymous says:

    >I am following you on twitter as @auroradreaming

  25. Anonymous says:

    >I am following you on facebook as Claire Nelson

  26. Anonymous says:

    >I would use the smoked trout in a simple salad with herbs and leaves from the garden.
    I am @auroradreaming on twitter

  27. Crystal Mse says:

    >Following you on Twitter as @CRYSTALmse



  28. Crystal Mse says:

    >I'm chums with Fabulicious Food on Facebook as Crystal Mse


  29. babymumbles says:

    >following on twitter '@babymumbles'

  30. babymumbles says:

    >liked on facebook' Cassie bedford'

  31. babymumbles says:

    >I would make a risotto with the smoked trout.

  32. Crystal Mse says:

    >I would love to use the Stock Pots to make my special homemade chunky vegetable soup with seasonal vegetables . It's so warming , homely and soothing . Doorstop bread would be a delicious with this too .

    Thanks !

    Crystal Mse


  33. >I've tweeted

  34. >I'm following on twitter

  35. >I've liked Fabulicious on FB

  36. >I would use the stock pot to create a tasty butternut squash and saffron risotto

  37. ZOE BRYAN says:

    >have follwed both things on twitter @zoebryan

  38. zoe bryan says:

    >woudl make Knorr Herb Infusion Stock Pot

  39. zoe bryan says:

    >have liked u on face book

  40. Anonymous says:

    >Have also liked you on Facebook – Ophelia Petty (FB ID)

  41. Anonymous says:

    >I'd use the stock to make a herby sausage casserole 🙂 Ophelia Petty (FB ID)

  42. Emma Howard says:

    >Have tweeted

  43. Emma Howard says:

    >Now following you on Twitter

  44. Emma Howard says:

    >Now like your Facebook page

  45. Emma Howard says:

    >I'd use the trout in a salad

  46. Cherryl Thomas says:

    >I would use the Knorr Herb Infusion Stock Pot and make a Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash casserole – delicious!

  47. >retweeted @essexgirlSE

    thanks for a great comp C xxx

  48. >following on twitter @essexgirlSE

  49. >smoked trout with honey and mustard sauce and big fat home made chips yum @essexgirlSE

  50. >A smoked trout gratin. Excellent comfort food for a rainy day.

  51. >following from @tubbyjpin

  52. >liked on facebook from tubbyjpin

  53. girlybags says:

    >Smoked trout, new potatoes and salad 🙂

  54. sheridarby says:

    >like you on facebook

  55. Anonymous says:

    >I would make a pate with the smoked trout

  56. Anonymous says:

    >am following you on twitter @captainsunflow

  57. Anonymous says:

    >I'd have the trout with crushed new potatoes with spring onions and some lightly steamed green vegetables. @captainsunflow

  58. >have also liked on facebook

  59. >I'd make a lovely fish pie or trout soup.

  60. Anonymous says:

    >Smoked Trout an new potatoes

  61. nataliemay30 says:

    >I am re tweeted this post. @nataliemay29

  62. nataliemay30 says:

    >I am follwoing on twitter @nataliemay29

  63. >Following on facebook Deborah Wheeler

  64. >Following on twitter as @debwh142

  65. >I tweeted the giveaway on Twitter.

  66. >I follow you on Twitter.

  67. >A lovely smoked trout pate

  68. >I like Fabulicious Food on Facebook.
    Colette Mellor

  69. >I love smoked trout and I would serve it with fresh vegetables from my garden.

  70. >I've retweeted @BoostieBoo 🙂

  71. >I'm following on Twitter – @BoostieBoo

  72. >I like Fabulicious Food on Facebook – JoJo Young

  73. >I would make a simple Smoked Trout Pate with cream cheese and herbs!

  74. phyllgerry says:

    >RT'd using #renbehan, with @phyllgerry

  75. phyllgerry says:

    >Following @RenBehan on twitter with @phyllgerry

  76. phyllgerry says:

    >Liked Fabulicious Food on Facebook with ID Phyllis Ellett


  77. phyllgerry says:

    >I would make a Smoke Trout Fillet rarebit. The trout topped with sliced tomato and and sliced red onion then topped with a sauce made with crème fraiche, English mustard, good cheddar, Worcester sauce and black pepper. Oven baked for 10 to 15 minutes.

  78. >Has to be smoked trout,new potatoes and a creamy Knorr based sauce!

  79. >Have tweeted. @jaizduck

  80. >Following on Twitter. @jaizduck

  81. >I'd mix chunks of smoked trout with sour cream and chives and a squeeze of lemon juice, then use to fill a baked potato and serve with salad

  82. >Tweeted @becky0020

  83. >Following on Twitter @becky0020

  84. >Liked on Facebook (Becky John Mse)

  85. >I would make somoked trout pate

  86. Laura Coe says:

    >Follow on Twitter @Laurac2

  87. Laura Coe says:

    >I would cook Smoked Trout with Jambalaya Rice

  88. Jill Jones says:

    >Following on twitter @missjillyj

  89. Jill Jones says:

    >I would steam the trout with the Knorr Infusion pot with bay thyme and parsley and add a selection of mushrooms. Served with creamed potatoes delicious.

  90. >and i've retweeted 🙂 @emilyh13


  91. >now following on twitter – @emilyh13

  92. >I already like on Facebook 🙂

  93. >I'd have the trout with a wild rice salad. I wouldn't to mess about with the trout too much as it looks delicious enough already 🙂

  94. Anonymous says:

    >I've also liked you on facebook @nbrad1234 on twitter

  95. Anonymous says:

    >I'd make a nice, light Caldo de Marisco @nbrad1234 on twitter

  96. Anonymous says:

    >I'm following you on twitter and have tweeted @nbrad1234 on twitter

  97. >I have now liked you on facebook

  98. >I'd use the herb infusion pot in a Kleftico

  99. Anonymous says:

    >i have retweeted you+included the hash-tag #renbehan as @cee_cee54.thnx.X

  100. Anonymous says:

    >i follow on twitter @cee_cee54

  101. Anonymous says:

    >i like Fabulicious Food! on FB as katie corr

  102. Anonymous says:

    >hi:) i would make smoked trout with warm jersey royals+salad freshly picked from my garden.herbs,spring onions+chives.FAB!
    katie corr

  103. trainsniffer says:

    >with the smoked trout i'd make smoked trout ravioli

  104. trainsniffer says:

    >tweeted @trainsniffer

  105. trainsniffer says:

    >followed on twitter @trainsniffer

  106. trainsniffer says:

    >liked the facebook page (sam sellick)

  107. >I've liked your facebook page too

  108. >I would give it all to my wife, who would turn it into a gastronomic delight – she's a culinary genius.

  109. Beth Smith says:

    >Have liked you on facebook. x

  110. Beth Smith says:

    >I would make a tasty fish oven bake (topped with breadcrumbs and a little parmesan cheese), served with lemon halves, crisp green salad and a cold beer. Beaut!!

  111. >Liked your page on Facebook.

  112. >Followed you on twitter as Neferankh.

  113. >Would use it to pep up a pilaf.

  114. Anonymous says:

    >Follow you on twitter as @toffeefudge1

  115. Anonymous says:

    >I'd use the stock pot for a chicken and mushroom casserole (@toffeefudge1)

  116. Steve Craddock says:

    >Liked on Facebook @Steve Craddock

    I'd use the Stock Pot for a chicken and butternut squash stew

  117. Anonymous says:

    >I'd use both in a risotto – greedy or what?

  118. >Smoke Trout, boiled tats and steamed cabbage


  119. >like Al Mac on FB (@almac1965 on twitter)

  120. >Following @almac1965

  121. Heidi Roberts says:

    >I already follow you on Twitter – @walpolegirl

    Heidi Roberts

  122. >liked, followed and tweeted.

  123. >I'd cook the fillets as they are and make into a full meal with roasted veggies.

  124. Anonymous says:

    >Following you on twitter, my twitter name is @lovetocomp

  125. kemo_2002 says:

    >Tweeted @kemo_2002

  126. kemo_2002 says:

    >Followig you on twitter @kemo_2002

  127. kemo_2002 says:

    >Liked you on FB @kemo_2002

  128. kemo_2002 says:

    >id use the trout to make a fish pie 🙂


  129. David Wyatt says:

    >I would have Smoked Trout with baby new potatoes,fresh green beans from my garden and fresh mint sauce

  130. Heidi Roberts says:

    >I already like Fabulicious Food – Heidi Roberts

  131. Heidi Roberts says:

    >I would make potted smoked trout.
    Heidi Roberts

  132. Anonymous says:

    >I'd cook a lovely anniversary meal for my parents 🙂


  133. >following you on twitter @dickymint18

  134. Alison Cameron says:

    >I have re-tweeted using button – @alcam2209

  135. >I retweeted for you too 🙂


  136. >I would cook Smoke Trout Fillets from Forman


  137. >following you on Twitter


  138. ktcoventry says:

    >Retweeted using the button & hashtag 🙂 xxx


  139. ktcoventry says:

    >following Ren Behan on Twitter


  140. Alison Cameron says:

    >I have followed on Twitter – @alcam2209

  141. ktcoventry says:

    >Liked Fabulicious Food on Facebook.

  142. ktcoventry says:

    >I'd love smoked trout fillets just as they are, so I'd cook them with some roasted, seasoned, new potatoes.


  143. Alison Cameron says:

    >I have followed on facebook

  144. >Smoked Trout with Coddled Eggs and a Herb Bruschetta

  145. Alison Cameron says:

    >I would have it cold with a potato and chive salad and tomatoes, mixed salad leaves and cucumber

  146. djsanderson says:

    >I would make smoked trout pate, tasty! one of my favourate easy starters 🙂

  147. Dorothee.Archambault says:

    >I have tweeted incl #renbehan

  148. Dorothee.Archambault says:

    >I now follow you (@RenBehan) on Twitter

  149. Dorothee.Archambault says:

    >I like Fabulicious Food on FB

  150. Dorothee.Archambault says:

    >I'd make a traditional trout oven cooked dish (the French way), with some dill, lemon and rice cooked with Knorr stock pot

  151. Anonymous says:

    >on facebook

    tracy waldock newton

  152. >i have tweeted yor post x

  153. Anonymous says:

    >Following on facebook.

    Tracy Waldock Newton

    I would use the stock in pea, mint and courgette soup

  154. >i follow you Ren Behan on Twitter

  155. >i 'like' Fabulicious Food! on Facebook

  156. >I would make a kedgeree with the smoked trout and creme fraich and lemon x

  157. >Entered on Facebook.

  158. Anonymous says:


  159. >have tweeted (i think) @maxineflossy

  160. >following on twitter @maxineflossy

  161. >haved liked on facebook

  162. >I'd make a red rice, lime, tomato and chilli salsa with the smoked trout on top – yummy!

  163. @stephdoesrunnin says:

    >I already follow on Twitter @stephdoesrunnin and am about to retweet 🙂

  164. >I'm following you on Twitter – @cheekychicken24

  165. >I have tweeted the tweet @cheekychicken24

  166. >I have liked you on facebook!

  167. >Follow you on Twitter

  168. >Like you on Facebook

  169. Debbie Stanley says:

    >I would have the smoked trout fillets seasoned with black pepper and sea salt, gently warmed (in tinfoil) in the oven served with new potatoes fresh garden peas and tiny julienne carrots and a delicate sauce made from melted butter and some knorr herb infusion stock

  170. Sarah James says:

    >I would use the stock to make slow roasted tomato (from my garden)and red pepper soup. I've liked your page on Facebook. Sarah

  171. >I've re tweeted the competition. @snowted

  172. >I've followed you on Twitter @snowted

  173. >Ive liked your Facebook page (Tink Lee Mse)

  174. >i already follow on twitter as @ashlallan

  175. >I would have Smoked Trout an Sweet potatoes yum!!

  176. >i would make a smoked trout pate


  177. Lisa Jane74 says:

    >I have liked you on facebook as @janey0142

  178. Lisa Jane74 says:

    >I am following you on twitter as @janey0142

  179. Lisa Jane74 says:

    >I would make a smoked trout salad using roast tomatoes and baby leaves from the garden.

  180. fiona maclean says:

    >I;m already following you on Facebook ps my twitter name is @fionamaclean

  181. fiona maclean says:

    >I'm already following you on twitter

  182. fiona maclean says:

    >I'd make a smoked trout mousse YUM!!!

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