Chop Chop Board Giveaway!!



A special congrats to our two winners so far: Karen C., Vonnie J., and Theresa H.!!

We have a handful of flexible cutting boards (aka chop-chop boards) thanks to our friends from SeaPak Shrimp Company. And one of these fabulous little gems can be yours for the SIMPLE effort of leaving a comment and letting us know your favorite way to cook seafood or fish. Do you like to grill it? Fry it? Broil it? Pan sear it? Steam it? Let us know by leaving a comment on our Facebook Wall or here on our blog.

We'll give one chop-chop board away per day (March 29 - April 4) through a random drawing of all the comments we receive.

NOTE:
Make sure you either leave your email address with your comment, are a fan on our Facebook page or email your contact information to eat@funnyspoon.com so we can contact you about your winnings!!!

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8 comments:

rolacy2003 said...

I LOVE salmon on the grill with some dill! mmmmm =)

Molly said...

I love to fix Shrimp Victoria. Sautee 1lb of fresh, deveined and peeled shrimp in a little olive oil with some finely chopped onion and garlic. Toss in a pound of mushrooms. When the shrimp turns pink, add 1 8oz carton of fat free sour cream and heat but do not boil. Serve over rice, noodles, Angel hair pasta. A nice salad on the side and crusty bread compliments the meal.

Brandy said...

I love making Blackened Salmon Fillets on the grill....Oh so good!

ditto353 said...

i have always been afraid to cook with seafood, except tuna and fishsticks, I am going to try the ides I am reading about right away, yummm, hope I do ok

costas69 said...

dude - put some shrimp on the george foreman and baste with a little butter or olive oil. awesome!

Sandy said...

Ok, this sounds gross, but I got this recipe from Publix a long time ago. I mix one part salsa with one part mayo, add some lime juice, and dip salmon filets into the mixture. Put them in a heavy pan on medium heat on the stove and they turn out so yummy.

Vicki said...

Sandy - that doesn't sound gross at all! In fact, I think you just gave me an idea for dinner tonight! Thanks for sharing!

Joan said...

I like it broiled the best!

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