Posts tagged ‘dine originals’

November 30, 2010

Giveaway of the Day | Dine Originals

This is, in fact, a cooking blog.  But there are times that even Persephone has to set down the saute pan and back away from the kitchen.  Every once in a while, I like to head out and let someone else do the cooking.  And when I do, most of the time, we head for a restaurant that’s part of the Dine Originals Columbus family.  Fifty-three independently-owned restaurants cover the entire cuisine spectrum from sushi to tapas to sandwiches to steaks.  If you’re in the mood for something, there’s a Dine Originals restaurant that matches your craving.

Dine Originals gift certificates make great presents.  As my final gift to you, dear readers, I have a Dine Originals Columbus $30 gift certificate to give you.  To win, let me know where, of the 53 restaurants, you’d spend your certificate.  Submit your answer in the comments section of this post or send me a tweet with your answer.  You have until tomorrow, December 1 at noon EST to enter.  For full giveaway rules click here.  Good luck and thanks for playing this week!  I’ve really enjoyed all your comments!

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November 24, 2010

Presents from Persephone’s Kitchen | A Week of Giveaways

I’m so excited for you, dear reader.  Persephone has presents.  Surprises for you on the terrace! 

I’ve written about a few of my favorite things and now, they are here, in my Kitchen, waiting to be given away.  Beginning this Friday, I’ll be doing a giveaway a day for a week.  The kind folks at The Olive Orchard, North Market Spices, Ltd., Dine Originals Columbus, Silver Bridge Coffee and David Tanis (yes, really!) all gave me things that they knew I loved and thought you’d love, too.  (You will!)

I’ll be putting up a gift guide tomorrow with great suggestions for the foodie that we all have in our lives, then I’ll start giving away gifts from the list beginning Black Friday.  Be sure to follow me on Twitter.  I’ll be tweeting when each giveaway starts.  Good luck!

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