Thursday, March 1, 2012

March 1st Giveaway and New Spring Products

I'm excited today to share the fruits of my labor and reveal
my Spring line available today right here.






And now to the giveaway.
Please place a comment below on your favorite Spring recipe
(keep it simple, full instructions not required) and you can win either
a Herb or Tomato tea towel. Please state which you'd prefer.
The winner will be randomly selected on March 8th.

And finally my 2012 calendar and 2012 calendar tea towel are now on sale.

24 comments:

  1. I love the herb towel!

    My favorite spring recipe is a poached egg with salt, pepper and olive oil over fresh spring greens.

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  2. My favorite spring recipe is simply roasted asparagus with olive oil, cracked black pepper and lemon. I like the herb towel--thank you!

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  3. these look so bright- would brighten up my kitchen for spring. my favorite spring recipe usually involves fresh pasta with herbs and spring garlic/asparagus/onions.

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  4. spring veggie frittata...all the new veggies, handful of fresh herbs, whatever cheese you have on hand and a /2 dozen eggs beaten. cook and broil. delish for any meal.

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  5. congrats! looks so lovely!
    I love the herb towel!

    My favourite spring recipe is a fresh harvest salad with mixed greens, watermelon radishes and asparagus with a piece of homemade quiche!

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  6. i LOVE making pickled spring onions. they're so mild and they can go on anything and make it interesting. take 3-4 spring onions thinly sliced, 1/4 cup water, 1/4 vinegar of your choosing, 1 tablespoon salt, 1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar, shake em up in a mason jar, and boom, pickled onions in half an hour. and i like the herb towel, thanks so much!

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  7. These are so beautiful! My favorite spring recipe is a couscous salad with feta, lemon juice, onions, and parsley :)

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  8. Your work is so lovely, thanks for the opportunity to win!

    I think asparagus is a springtime favorite for mostly everyone... I love it roasted with a little olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper. So simple but so delicious!

    And strawberry-rhubarb pie for dessert! :)

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  9. (oh, and if I won I would love the herbs towel)

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  10. last night we had baby asparagus grilled with scallops, accompanied by baby new potatoes, seasoned with just sea salt and pepper. and it was perfect for the cool spring evening!
    since so many people have asparagus already, i have to throw in a second recipe, which is an asian one: shrimp and glass noodle salad! lightly pan fried tiger shrimps, glass noodles seasoned with fish sauce, chillis and lime, lots of fresh vegetables like beansprouts, cherry tomatoes, carrots and spring onions, topped off with ground peanuts and coriander leaves.

    would love your tomato tea towel for my kitchen this summer as i'm planning to grow a tomato plant this year :)

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  11. my favorite is thinly sliced napa cabbage with spring onions sliced green apple toasted almonds with a homemade ginger soy honey dressing. salads are always for spring. i love the herb towel.

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  12. MMMmmm these look lovely! My favorite recipe for spring is new veggie quiche - whatever we have in the garden, three eggs, 3/4 yogurt, some cheese, some herbs and a crust!

    The tomato towel has me excited for all the new starts we have!

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  13. Organic berries and vanilla yogurt with a few mint leaves! Full recipe here: http://www.thehumblebeehiveblog.com/2011/03/organic-yogurt-berries.html. Love, love, love the Tomatoes Tea Towel, the red would match my accent colors perfectly. Love your work!

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  14. Thanks for this, Claudia! And congrats on your line. :) I like almost all of your tea towels, especially the Herb Tea Towel. Come this Spring I know I'll be making a Asparagus Salad with Sweet Pepper Confetti--it's so simple and refreshing.

    xo,
    Margaret
    --
    margeincharge(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. Thank you for the giveaway, and for the opportunity to share and read everyone's spring recipes! I would love either of the tea towels, though I think I'm a little more partial to the herb one.

    I'm all about grilled asparagus as well, though I like to use sesame seed oil instead of olive oil. I'm also looking forward to making a lot of breakfast burritos... scrambled eggs with choice of fresh veggies, a sprinkle of cheese, and a slice or two of bacon wrapped up in a tortilla shell. That, and chicken/vegetable quesadillas with cilantro and spinach garden tortillas.

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  16. Oh, I really love that Herb Towel!

    My favorite Spring recipe is fish tacos, with cilantro, a squeeze of lime, radish and purple cabbage -- yum! It's so fresh, and yummy, and fish always reminds me of the beach, and the upcoming Summer season.

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  17. Radishes with butter and salt! Love all the towels, especially the tomato design. It would look even more beautiful in my red kitchen!

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  18. Mint pea yogurt dip! (so, the herbs towel calls my name!).

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  19. My favorite recipe is garlic scape pesto! Mmmm! I LOVE both towels, but the herb would go better in my kitchen!

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  20. My mom makes this amazing salad with green cabbage, roasted peanuts, mustard leaves and seeds, with some fresh cilantro. It's my favorite!

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  21. I love your illustrations, and can't wait to fill my kitchen with them. I like the tomato tea towel.
    Spring is all about brunch to me, and I'm a fan of cardamom oatmeal pancakes with a dollop of vanilla yogurt or creme fraiche.

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  22. hey. today i went to the Skylight one Hanson and I fall in love with your prints! I bought [of course i had to] one of your tea towels and one herbst print... i cant wait to come home, back to germany and decorate our kitchen with your prints. thank you!

    My favorite Spring recipe: pasta with arugula, tomato and feta cheese with a light dressing [olive oil, a bit of vinegar, mustard and maple syrup] perfect for a beautiful spring lunch or dinner.

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