Saturday, April 18, 2009

It's NOT a Morel Dilemma: Vote for US!

Peef is crazed.
His love for morels surpasses many things in this humble world -- sunshine, tulips, clean underwear. It seems the only thing he loves MORE than morels is... bacon. But right now, that's beside the point.

The exceedingly short morel season makes them all the more appealing. They only show up at the market here in Wisconsin for a week or two in early May. On top of everything, his birthday is coming up -- right at the peak of morel season. So, he's seriously hoping that a couple of pounds of fresh morels will soon be on their way to his empty mailbox.

According to him, morels would be the Best Birthday Gift EVER.
A Dream-Come-True. Better than winning the lottery.

That's why he wants YOU to vote for the Morel & Leek Strata that he helped Lo to make for the Marx Foods Blogger Challenge. Competition has been stiff over at the polls, and we're counting on you to make it happen!Get Thee over to MarxFoods.com and vote.

It's a Morel Imperative.

For those of you who have voted... and voted again... and spread the word along to your friends... we want to thank you! You're simply the best.

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25 comments:

  1. Done! and it looks like you have the current lead! Oh happy birthday!!!!

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  2. Looks like you're neck and neck for first. This looks delicious:-)

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  3. I voted! Looks like you are up by one!
    Good Luck!

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  4. Just voted... you're in the lead!!!!!

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  5. Just voted and you now have a 5 vote lead. Excellent recipe and best of luck.

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  6. Hello, I just voted for you & you are still on the 1st place with 181 votes! I think you could be a winner!! Good luck!

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  7. Just votied and you're ahead by 3. This recipe looks great. I have some dried morels. Could I use them?

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  8. whoops. Just read your recipe, which does call for dried morels. I'm set.

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  9. I never had a morel in my life. Looks interesting. You have my vote.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! It was very nice to meet you.

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  10. Thanks for checking out my blog! I'll put you on my reading list so I can check back when my move is over.

    The strata looks delish! I'll go ahead and vote. I put mushrooms in practically everything and I even eat the ones my kids pick out of their food and leave on the side of their plates. I haven't had a morel mushroom for a very long time, but I can completely relate to the passion for them. Enjoy Morel Season and Happy Birthday to your Peef!

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  11. I just voted! It seems you're gonna be the winners!!!

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  12. Good luck although I don't think you'll need it with this entry!

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  13. We're just floored by all the support we've received from all of you during this challenge! What a great community! Thank you SO much!

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  14. I did vote. Good luck.

    By the way we love our silicone pans. You do have to buy a good quality.

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  15. Thanks for stopping by and I should add that I love your rattail radishes (was googling for how the "tails" looked). New your blog looked familiar when I ended up here again.

    Gosh, fresh morels...I wish! I have to settle for the dried stuff but I actually prefer them over porcini. Best of luck!

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  16. I meant "knew your blog..." Good grief I better grab me another shot of espresso...

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  17. really, i'm not a fan of morels (or mushrooms in general), but i am a fan of peef and lo, so you'll get my vote. :)

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  18. Good luck Lo!!! Already voted :)

    Emily
    justeatfood.com

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  19. I don't think I've ever had morels, but this dish is making me think I need to give them a try! Thanks for sharing.

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