Goatsbridge Trout Competition
This post is going to be easy and to the point. It’s about Goatsbridge Trout. It’s a competition. It the great Goatsbridge Trout Competition.
The Goatsbridge Trout Competition comes with many thanks to the indomitable Mag Kirwan, the driving strength behind Goatsbridge, Ireland’s favourite trout farm. In case you’re wondering if this is an add, I can confirm that, no, it’s not. I simply asked Mag to whether she had a few treats to share with you, and boy did she deliver.
I met Mag when she was looking for bloggers to come up with recipes for her website. She supplied me with lots of her product to try and I gave her a few recipes. I never thought of trout before. I was forever a salmon girl. As it turns out, I’m an equal opportunity fish lover, and Goatsbridge trout now often appears on my table. If you’ve not tried Goatsbridge products, you will find them in all good delis and most Supervalu shops.
We worked together again during the year on a project that she ran called Fishwives. If you’ve not heard about it already, here is a bit about the project. I am one of the Fishwives and it is close to my heart.
Should you be the lucky winner of the Goatsbridge Trout Competition, you could try your hand at this Smoked Trout Tart , these Smoked Trouts Wellington Bites or this simple Smoked Trout Salad. Or you could go wild, do what you like and tell me about it all.
The prize for the Goatsbridge Trout Competition is as follows:
- 1 side of smoked trout
- 1 tin of caviar
- 1 packet of the new Chili and Lime Flaked Trout
- 1 packet of the new Lemon and Garlic Flaked Trout
- 1 packet of the new Hot Smoked Flaked Trout
The lucky winner will get every single one of the above listed items. Shure what else would you want to win but a whole lot of fish.
But here’s the trick. Not only do I get to pick on winner, but Mag is happy for me to pick three. Each one will win the lot. I am delighted.
Conditions for the Goatsbridge Trout Competition:
- Thou shalt live in Ireland (the Republic).
- Thou shalt have entered this competition by 14.00 on 24th of December.
- Thou shalt know that the judge (me)’s decision is final.
- Thou shalt leave me a comment under this blog post with a feel good story about fish.
- Thou shalt earn brownie points if those stories are about trout.
- Thou shalt love me if you win.
- THOU SHALT EAT MORE FISH.
Here’s an example of a happy fish story:
Me, my lovely friend Helen, and the sea side in Portugal. Grilled sardines. Flaked sea salt. A sunset and a cold glass of white wine. Helen is not allowed to enter this competition as she’d probably win the three prizes just for that one.
Anyway, I don’t half go on. Please do enter the great Goatsbridge Trout Competition.