Arran Street East Competition
As we are getting closer and closer to Christmas, I just going to keep on spoiling you rotten. Enter this Arran Street East competition for a special treat.
If you’re already familiar with Arran Street East , you will be rubbing your hands in anticipation right about now. If you’ve never heard of them, you may scratch your head as to why a food blogger would offer you a competition to win art. Well wonder no more. Arran Street East are a small, yet very popular and award winning, team of sculptors. They describe themselves as Clay Architects and when you understand the amount care and time that goes into make a single one of their pots, you know that their work is art. Easily recognisable by their clean line and unusual colours, they are, to me, a cross between the coldness of Scandinavian design and the fire of the Irish hearts. This Arran Street East competition is your chance to get your hands around two of their beautiful mugs. The lucky winner will be able to choose the colour you want for your two mugs. They are crafted to come in pairs and come in the following colours: cabbage, potato, parsnip, lemon, pomegranate and pink grapefruit. I bet you now fully understand why I’m mad about them.
The small print:
The Arran Street East competition is limited to the residents of Ireland. The competition will run from tonight, 7th of November 2016 to Saturday the 12th of November at midnight. The lucky winners will be announced on Sunday the 13th of November.
For clarity, I can confirm that this is not a sponsored post and that I have approached Arran Street East for this collaboration as I am a fan of their work and wanted to give you a treat. The generosity is all theirs. The winner will be at my discretion.
Arran Street East Competition:
As I’m not one for the like and share competitions and would much rather get to know you a bit better, to enter this competition, you must:
- Love beautiful things and promise to guard this prize with your life. There will be no dropping of those mugs!
- Leave a comment under this blog post and tell me a story about your favourite hot chocolate recipe and a story it evokes for you.
I’ll start. Cold school mornings and a great big bowl of banania. My mum slicing the fresh baguette and slathering it in butter. The ceremonial dunking of the buttered bread in the hot chocolate. The glistening of the melted butter and trying to catch the little pools of joy with my fingers. A happy mess.
Now it’s your turn.