I love going to the farmer’s market. Fresh seasonal veggies and artisanal goodies just make my heart thump. I always try to bring just $20 cash in an effort to not over buy, yet somehow always find vendors who accept debit cards once my cash is gone. Well fast forward a week, and without fail, I end up throwing half of the vegetables away because they have gone bad. This drives my husband crazy, understandably so.
So, my solution to him, was that he buy me this gorgeous new Electrolux French Door Refrigerator. It features the innovative Perfect Temp Drawer with Luxury-Close drawers. The Perfect Temp Drawer provides ultimate control with a customizable, versatile temperature zone designed to store a variety of foods and beverages at the ideal temperature. And finally, the refrigerator’s adjustable, humidity controlled Crisper Drawers keep fruits and vegetables fresher longer with self-closing drawers that provide a tighter seal to lock in freshness. Voila! Problem solved right? Nope, he didn’t buy it.
So, it looks like I will be entering to win this gorgeous fridge. Guess what? So can you! Here are the details:
Now through August 22, visit www.livelovelux.com and enter the Electrolux Perfect Temp Sweepstakes daily for a chance to win your own Electrolux French Door Bottom Mount Refrigerator and a trip to a climate with a perfect temp – the sunny Abaco Islands in The Islands Of The Bahamas!
For every entry and share, Electrolux will donate $1 to Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) with the goal of reaching $125,000.
Now, we can’t talk about Electrolux without sharing a fabulous recipe from Kelly Ripa!!
- 2 small cucumber rounds
- 2 sprigs of sage
- 2 sprigs of mint
- 1 sugar cube
- 1 ounce gin
- Muddle two pieces of cucumber, two sprigs of sage, two sprigs of mint and one sugar cube together
- Once ingredients are muddled, add in one ounce of gin and mix together
- Add a few ice cubes and top off with a splash of soda.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.