The Winners are: Patty, Tiara and Kim! Congrats ladies! Your crab cakes are on their way.
I knew we had to do a giveaway when Maggy tasted Scoma’s Dungeness crab cakes and said, “Aside from yours, Mom, these are the best crab cakes I’ve ever tasted.” Since 1965, you’d have to visit their restaurant on San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Warf to enjoy them. No more! You’ll start seeing them in grocery stores this summer. For now, they’re available on line at www.scomasretailfoods.com
But, they’ve offered a box of their 24 one-ounce mini cakes (a $69.95 value) to 3 Three Many Cooks readers. Simply complete the following sentence: “Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking…”
Post your comments by midnight ET this Sunday (March 28th) and we’ll announce the three winners no later than 6 PM ET the following day. As long as you respond to us with your shipping details by Tuesday, March 30th, Scoma’s will make sure the crab cakes will arrive in time for Easter Sunday.
asparagus. They just take a second. And dishes that last several days so I can spend all my late afternoon/early evening time outside. Then we warm up some food and watch tv around 8:00 or 9:00 =) I LOVE crab cakes. I hope I win.
Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking anything on the grill!!!
Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking fresh, happy things. Spring peas? Rhubarb? Asparagus? Yes, please!
Mary Ann says
Lighter fare. . .steamed or roasted veggies, fish. . .I’ll save the sauces and the lasagnas and the stews for the colder months.
Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking…anything really…if I had time again…with the arrival of spring also came the arrival of a schedule that leaves me cooking-less! : (
A Cupcake For Moose says
Now that spring is here I am really into cooking on the grill again – anything light and fresh. I think the kids will need to learn to love grilled veggies again…
Bonnie Whitley says
Fish and roasted veggies….any kind. Can’t wait for fresh veggies from the farmer’s market. Had a beautiful whole broiled flounder with asparagus soup. Yummy!
Light pasta and salads!
Asparagus! So tender and crisp… it almost doesn’t even need cooking this time of year!
on the grill … it’s the perfect weather to eat outside, too!
Light dinners and trying out some yummy salad ideas.
Amy from She Wears Many Hats says
lighter. Short sleeves are upon us.
on the grill, the smell of different grills items as it wafts through our neighborhood is a sure sign that life outdoors has returned.
Hard to believe it is spring– I woke up to snow and 18° BUT my california sister thoughtfully sent me a box full of Meyer Lemons and Rosemary, so I’ve been making lemon rosemary chicken, rosemary bread and lemon cookies, and at least in my kitchen it feels like spring.
Pam Bustamante says
Asparagus……..any way, any time.
Kelli B says
Walking down my country road. Spring is the most beautiful time of year.
Cookin' Canuck says
Asparagus and anything with lemon (preferably something sweet and fattening). I am a huge fan of crab cakes, but I rarely make them because fresh crab is hard to find in a landlocked state.
I am ready for spring produce, so why is it snowing today? Brrrr! 🙁
I am really into making all sorts of spring salads!
I’m really into cooking…and eating it outside! Such great weather!
Now that spring is here, I’m ready to start cooking my meals based on what I can find at the farmer’s markets!! The amazing spring produce!!
light and fresh dishes! Or any fresh produce I can find at the farmers market… especially asparagus!
Now that Spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking American Regional cousine at the Art Institute! And i am absolutely looking forwad to fresh seafood and veggies at the pier in Seattle. Hoping to get the BF to start eating lighter food this year!
Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking asparagus – roasted, sauteed, in risotto, with pasta, with goat cheese, with roasted red pepper puree…. mmmmm.
Now that Spring is FINALLY here, I’m really into cooking asparagus and lots of meat on the grill! I am welcoming the sunshine and warmer temps with wide open arms.
Stephanie _Oh says
“Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking…Easter Bread and Easter cutouts for my family! if my candied orange peel ever arrives!!!! Asparagus is at our fav. market for $1.49/lb. My husband and I could easily consume a pound betw. us anytime day or night!
Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking… on the grill. Anything as long as I can sear it, brown it, caramelize it outside.
Teri Dingler says
Now that spring is finally here, I’m really into cooking….fresh vegetables! As new ones come in, from fresh asparagus to fresh english peas, fresh greens, peas, beans, I will go with the flow and have an all vegetable Sunday dinner with cornbread, sliced tomatoes!
EVERYTHING! Sunshine makes me happy. Lately, I have been cooking lots of sweets. Also, spring reminds me that summer (the beach) is near and I start testing new seafood recipes.
Dear Friends, Happy Easter 2010!!