It’s Somer Saturday and I’m so excited about today’s giveaway that I’m letting you know about it before I give you my bread recipe, If you know how much I love bread, you know this is a pretty big deal. A friend recently asked me: “Is it true that cute running clothes make you faster?” I told her yes, and they make you stronger too! Now here’s the catch…. I have one Lululemon Run For All Skirt, new with tags, in a size 4 for this giveaway. Now if any of you ladies
or gentleman wear lulu skirts, you know that the size 4 is equivalent to a U.S. extra small. Size chart here if you need to measure! So I’m sorry that this isn’t a gift card or something that can be exchanged for a different size. I do know however, that this particular Lulu skirt sold out within hours online and hasn’t been offered again. I also know that even though it retailed for somewhere around $60 bucks, it has been selling for close to $100 bucks on ebay (nudge, nudge, wink, wink). So if you win, surely you or can rock it or give it to a teeny-tiny-sassy-lulu-lover, or, you can hawk it. I won’t tell.
For more photos of this skirt and outfit combo ideas, click here.
Rules of Engagement:
1- You must be a follower of this blog, if you don’t know how to do that, there is a “Follow blog via email” button at the top column to the right. This contest is open to all followers, including International Readers.
2- You must like this post (click on the title name of this post, then go to the bottom of the post just above comments and push the like button),
3- You must comment below, telling me what you do to get active, bonus points for runner comments 😉
Winner to be announced Saturday July 14th, 2012. Yes, you have all week to enter.
Now on to the nearly as exciting bread recipe
Sun-Dried Tomato and Kalamata Olive Bread
Ingredients: 2 C. white whole wheat four, 1 C. unbleached organic bread flour,1.5 heaped t. active dry yeast, 1 heaped t. sea salt. 1 1/3 C. warm water. 1 T.vital wheat gluten, 1/4 C. sun-dried tomatoes julliened (not oil packed), 1/2 C. pitted kalamata olives, 1 t. ground black pepper, 2-3 cloves freshly minced garlic.
Method: In your kneading apparatus or with your hands, combine all the ingredients. Knead for 10 minutes or until elastic and smooth. Shape into a round ball and place on a cookie sheet dusted with cornmeal. Let rest for 20 minutes. Make some slashes across the top with a sharp knife,bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until crust is golden brown.
You can also slap everything in your bread-maker (like the bread photographed) and let it work it’s magic on the express function for delicious hot bread in under and hour. Woot Woot!
Stay tuned for Tasty Tuesday and another giveaway!