What if instead of cooking with gas, you could cook with solar? Our awesome sponsors at SunPower are giving away free solar power for life to one lucky homeowner in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, or New York. Get the deets on how to enter!
The kind folks at Amber Lotus Publishing are sponsoring a giveaway for one of their gorgeous raw foods calendars!
We have a winner of the Numi Organic Tea giveaway!
Numi Organic Tea and Eat Drink Better are giving away a Numi’s Collection – a sampler of eighteen of Numi’s organic, fair trade, non-GMO teas – to one lucky reader. There is still time to enter, but hurry!
Numi Organic Tea is announcing a contest to design their next tea blend and they’re also giving away a collection of Numi Organic teas to one lucky reader here at [ … ]
Congratulations to the three winners of the Ball Canning Discovery Kit Giveaway!
We know, we know – you don’t eat soap. But you do wash your hands before cooking, right? We couldn’t resist sharing this giveaway from our sister site, Crafting a Green World!
We pollute America with an estimated 500 million plastic straws every day. GlassDharma provides an alternative: Reusable, super-strong, glass drinking straws.
Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway for the automatic jam and jelly maker! And the winner is…
The folks at Ball are offering a fantastic giveaway package for one Eat Drink Better reader. The giveaway includes a Freshtech Automatic Jam and Jelly Maker, a signed copy of [ … ]
I. Love. Tea! When the folks at Mountain Rose Herbs offered to let me try out their new line of organic teas in sustainable packaging, I leaped at the chance. When they offered up an additional set of teas for one lucky Eat Drink Better Reader, I was even more thrilled! Read on for a review of their new tea line and deets on how to enter the giveaway.
Thanks so much to everyone who entered our recipe card giveaway from our sponsors at UPrinting! We used a random number generator to choose our winner, and the winner is….
The problem with store-bought recipe cards is that they’re often printed on virgin paper cut from ancient forests, and the printing process used to create them isn’t always the greenest, either. Plus, if you design your own cards, you know that the gift you’re giving is 100% unique! That’s why I was super excited when the folks at UPrinting offered up a pack of 100 postcards to one lucky Eat Drink Better reader.