Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Kona Kampachi Give Away!

Last week Kelly from Kona Blue emailed to let me know that my recipe along with several other bloggers' recipes were now up on their site. I was pretty excited. You will be too because you, my dear readers, have a chance of receiving your own Kona Kampachi fish!

Kona Kampachi with Meyer Lemon

Kona Kampachi® is a sushi-grade Hawaiian yellowtail that is sustainably raised off the coast of Hawaii. Since it has no detectable levels of mercury and has high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids -- which have been linked to a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease -- Kona Kampachi is both exceptionally flavorful and healthy for you. It can be eaten raw or lightly cooked, which renders a thick, tender, snowy white fish.

Though I would recommend going to Hawaii to eat some Kona Kampachi, you won't have to because Kona Blue has generously offered to send a whole fish to three lucky Food Blogga readers!

Here's what you have to do to win:

Leave a comment below explaining why you'd like to receive the fish. That's it.

The deadline to submit is
Thursday, September 18th.

Then three winners will be randomly selected and announced in a future post that week, so please check back. Winners will need to provide their real names and mailing addresses.

My apologies to all of my international readers. Because Kona Kampachi is packed in ice, the winners will have to be limited to US residents only.

Good luck, everybody!