This is sponsored content by BlogHer and Kellogg's.
This is the eleventh of twelve weekly posts sponsored by BlogHer and Kellogg's. EACH POST will have its own $100 gift card giveaway. The plan is to have each giveaway start on Tuesday and run until the following Monday.
This week's topic is Good Things in Bowls: What's your favorite meal in a bowl? Soup? Cereal? Yogurt with granola and fruit? Oatmeal?
My favorite meal in a bowl is chicken-rice-egg-corn. It sounds icky and it looks icky, but it is SUPREME DELICIOUSNESS. I make one of the larger-size bags of brown rice (the kind that cooks in a bag), and I add a cup of cooked barbecue-sauced chicken breast cut into little pieces, a can of Niblets sweet corn, and four scrambled eggs, and I heat it all up in a skillet. And then I add, like, a FISTFUL of salt. It is so, so yummy.
My second favorite meal in a bowl is soup. I have a good autumn soup recipe (recently I've been leaving out the broccoli and putting in a can of black beans and a can of chickpeas, and it is even more good and autumny).
I hope some of you will say your favorite meal in a bowl is cereal, because otherwise I am going to feel a little awkward about using a cereal-sponsored post to write about soup. Oh: I CAN say that my favorite BREAKFAST meal in a bowl is cereal, for sure! (Unless I am eating leftover chicken-egg-rice-corn...)
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this post by Monday, October 25, 2010 about your favorite meal in a bowl. Entrants must be U.S. residents at least 18 years old.
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Sweepstakes ends 5 PM EST on October 25, 2010.
For the complete rules, see The Complete Rules, Week Eleven.
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