It’s football season, and in our home, that means the grill is on fire quite a bit. Back in June, I shared our family’s love of all things “brats,” and being from Wisconsin, there’s just something synonymous with brats, cookouts and football. It’s funny how it dropped below 80 for the first time in awhile, and I quickly started yearning for sweatshirt weather.
All summer long, Johnsonville has had their No Ordinary Burger contest going, and I urged all my Tasty Tuesday readers to enter. The grand prize is an entire year of groceries, but better yet, and to make it real, I’m also offering a $50 Walmart gift card for those who submit a recipe. Yes, for just one of you Tasty Tuesday commenters.
Once you submit your recipe for the No Ordinary Burger recipe contest, come here and let me know the name of your submitted recipe, and I will pick one winner next week from those comments in this Tasty Tuesday post. The above “Everything but the Chop Brat Burger” is a great example. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, and speaking from experience with my own “Sandwich contest win” sometimes simple, yet delicious, does win big.
So give it a shot and enter, and then let me know you did so I can give one of you $50 to spend at Walmart next week. The great thing about this contest is that you don’t have to have a blog to submit a recipe – that’s not a requirement. (If you do end up posting your recipe on your blog, let me know that as well and it will count as an additional entry.)
So, is anyone elses thoughts turning towards fall foods?
With my garden completely dying out last month, my meal plan is starting to glance towards fall weather recipes. Now if only our thermometer would agree with that.
Simple Rules for Tasty Tuesday Parade of Foods – As always, please link directly to your recipe post and not your blog URL, so that everyone can find the recipe months from now.
Also, link back here so that everyone can join in the fun, it’s just common courtesy of blog carnivals. Please do not link up a recipe meme that you have started. Thanks for your understanding.