Tuesday, July 29, 2008

$25 Giveaway from Go Eggless

So today's post on Daphne's Greek Cafe is my 100th post for Go Eggless. I want to celebrate by giving a $25 restaurant.com gift certificate to a lucky Go Eggless reader.

I will hold a drawing this Sunday, August 3rd to give away the certificate. To be entered, please click on the Comments link at the end of this post and say which post has been the most interesting or helpful for you so far. On Monday I will announce the winner and you can send your email address to administrator@goeggless.com to claim the prize.

If you enter as "Anonymous," I will identify you by the date and time of your comment. Feel free to let me know what you would like to see more of (eg, specific recipes, restaurants, articles) as well!


Anonymous said...

I love your blog because it saves me from being that person who always has a million questions at restaurants! And its so much easier to get this off the net then to make the effort to call and maybe even have to wait to hear back!
So I can't exactly pick 1 post. But I would definitely like to see more of egg-less recipes for things that usually come with eggs like brownies, cookies, cake, etc.
Again, thanks a million for creating this blog! :)

Anonymous said...

Great stuff, Eggless Sarah. You're making eating out so much easier for vegetarians and vegans. How can I pick a favorite post? That would be like asking me to pick a favorite child!

Anonymous said...

I found this blog a couple weeks ago and both love it and hate it. This weeks article on dannon and yoplait yogurt was particularly interesting, because I had a serving of yoplait yogurt the morning before reading it. At least now I know and will refrain from eating it again... Thanks!

Scott McClain said...

I liked the recipe for Lentil Croquets. I keep wanting to find things to do with lentils and yours sounded really yummy!

Unknown said...

I was really shocked to read about the Dunkin Donuts fruit and yogurt smoothies. I get these from time to time because I'm on a low-carb diet and I THOUGHT they were an okay way to add a little fruit to my diet. I get the small ones from McDonalds and their nutritional facts say they have 20 (I THINK) carbs in one cup, so I assumed the ones at DD were about the same....WRONG. They're packed full of sugar -- I can't believe that! I may as well just had a big greasy donut!

Anonymous said...

Good stuff as always, especially the post on how to feed the meaties, didnt know to say no to tofu