Here's the text of an email I just got. I checked out Family-to-Family and it looks pretty legit.
Homes across the nation are starting to uncover the grill, light the citronella
candles and make bi-weekly trips to the farmers market - all in preparation for
the season's most anticipated moments: the magic that occurs when family and
friends gather around the dinner table to share conversation, laughter and joy.
Unfortunately, not everyone has the opportunity to experience the type of
conviviality born at the table - let alone the food that covers it - and Campo
Viejo wants this to change.
Campo Viejo, the fastest-growing winery in
the Rioja region of Northern Spain, is summoning food enthusiasts across the
U.S. with Campo Viejo Convivium, a culinary mission that will use the passion
found in favorite dishes to bring meals to the tables of those who need it
Starting now and continuing through June 26, 2011, the winery is
challenging kitchen connoisseurs to submit their favorite crowd-pleasing recipes
by emailing them to CampoViejo@ttc-pr.com. For every recipe received, Campo Viejo will
donate $100 to Family-to-Family, a nonprofit hunger relief organization that
encourages families with more to help other families in need. Limit to three (3)
recipe submissions per person.
In addition to pairing well with Campo
Viejo’s wines, the recipes should represent dishes that are enjoyed together by
family and friends and that unite people when sharing a meal.
your next run for sugar snap peas, mint and okra, don't forget to pick up this
season's most sought after ingredient: hope.