Thursday, October 8, 2009

You've Got to Try This!

Too busy to cook? Tired of fast-food, frozen pizza or that boxed macaroni?

What if I said you could have Beef Bourguignon instead?

It has five, 8oz. portions of prime tender meat, simmered for four hours in a full-bodied red wine sauce with carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes, garlic, shallots, basil and Dijon mustard. Paired with rice, pasta, potatoes, a simple salad, or just on its own, this classic French comfort dish is a restaurant meal on-scale with the finest Parisian dining in the comfort of your own home.

Sound yummy? You could be having this for dinner. The Beverly Hills Kitchen Beef Bourguignon is currently available on QVC for $45 throughtout the month of October.

The Beverly Hills Kitchen was created Alex Hitz whose life-long passion for cooking and hosting elaborate parties for his famous friends, inspired him to start a chef-prepared food line that combines restaurant-quality cuisine with the ease and intimacy of at-home dining.
For those super busy families who love fine dining, but lack the time or skills to cook delicious, classic dinners such as beef bourguignon, The Beverly Hills Kitchen’s entrees are designed for convenience— frozen and ready in ten minutes.
This tasty temptation can be purchased online at the QVC,
or visit The Beverly Hills Kitchen for the full press release at
Meals will arrive at your door within two days of shipment, packaged with dry ice.
(Note: little or no ice may be remaining upon delivery.)
In honour of this new entree, The Beverly Hills Kitchen wants to give two lucky readers a chance to sample this fantastic meal for free. To enter tell me..."The Worst Thing You've Ever Eaten For Dinner."
  • only one comment per entry
  • put your sentence in the 'comments' section of this spot/or email it to me at; with "food contest" in the subject line
  • Must be living within the United States for delivery
  • Contest closes October 17th

Good Luck


  1. Here I'll get you started...I just ate Peanut Butter straight from the jar and called it lunch :)

  2. When I was a kid, I had to be put on a doctor-supervised diet. My brother thought "dinner" was the blob of chocolate pudding in the fridge. Only it wasn't chocolate pudding - Mom told us it was 'steak'. It sure smelled great while cooking up in some onions, but the taste of it was horrendous. I thought I had eaten a really 'bad' or spoiled piece of meat. Turned out it was liver. I never ate it again - ever! ANYTHING the chef could prepare would be better than LIVER - ugh! :-)



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