This contest is now closed, the winner is #17. Read on about tasty foods you can buy.
My good friend Michelle always knows the best places to eat, the tastiest meals to order, and exactly the right combination to put on a fork (she calls that yummiest bite the “prize bite”). We met at our first grown-up jobs after college and became close working side-by-side at a cheese factory (for real). During that time, while I was still calling cereal dinner, she knew how to properly cut an onion and make a delicious meal. We’ve shared the best brunches in Chicago and the freshest chicken in Turkey, and recently ate our way around every famous specialty food shop in San Francisco.
When we were sassy young management consultants, little did I know that my bridesmaid duties would include supporting her entrepreneurial endeavors. But, I am proud to help introduce PrizeBite!
Michelle recently started her own business selecting the best-of-the-best American made foods and combining them along food themes (stuff I might name “dinner in seconds” or “new mommy booster”). You can order her selections via prizebite.com or customize an order to your own tastes.
Michelle is offering her Brilliant Brunch package to one lucky rookiemoms.com reader.
Want to win something yummy?
We are giving away one epic Brilliant Brunch PrizeBite package (a $100 value that includes King’s Cupboard dark chocolate chunk hot chocolate, Kodiak flapjack mix, McClure’s bloody mary mixer, Orton Brothers’ snappy ginger cookies, and eight more goodies all inside a reusable Jute tote bag).
Leave a comment below and tell us which PrizeBite food would you snarfle down first?
For a bonus entry, like PrizeBite on Facebook and leave a second comment so we know.
We will close comments on Friday 5/27 and select a random winner. Open to residents of the Continental US over 18 years of age only.
Hungry now? Use the promo code PBLOVESRM at checkout for a 10% Discount on all Package Prices through June 15, 2011.
Disclosure: Michelle is my good friend and I hope you like her foods. That’s it.