Spring is finally here! Win picnic goodies and get 10% off at Rococo and English Provender

Finally, a glimpse of spring! We think that deserves a celebratory competition. This lovely weather has made us think of picnics, and we’ve put together 3 sets of  picnic goodies for you to win.

English Provender Rococo Picnic Giveaway

Of course, any picnic we hold would have to contain chocolate, and the praline quail egg crate is perfect – Chantal even painted the wrapper to look like a picnic blanket! Winners will also get a set of 3 full-sized dark chocolate floral bars (rose, violet and jasmine flavours). The English Provender Company have given us a selection of their delicious chutneys, condiments and dressings to go with our picnic set, including caramelised onion chutney to go with cheese, lemon and ginger curd to spread on hunks of crusty bread and tangy sauces to liven up cold meats.

Each of our 3 winners will receive 2 jars from the English Provender Company, 1 crate of praline quail eggs and 1 set of 3 dark chocolate floral bars.

 

Entering is easy

For a chance to win, just tell us: what is your recipe for a Great British Picnic?

Let us know by posting in the comments here or on our Facebook or Twitter pages by 29th April so that we can get you your prize in time for the Bank Holiday weekend.

 

10% off online at Rococo and English Provender Company

That’s not all though! Our friends at English Provender Company are offering a 10% discount on their website to Rococo customers until 30th April 2013. To get your discount, enter the code ProvenderRococo10 at the checkout. We’ve decided to join the picnic and are offering 10% off at the Rococo Chocolates online store from midnight tonight until 30th April 2013. Just enter the code picnicio at the checkout (offer valid online only).

29 Comments

  • April 15, 2013

    Maeve ORourke

    rocky road. yummy

  • April 15, 2013

    Sharon Griffin

    A big basket of delicious food and drink, a spot by the river in the sunshine and the company of my favourite people x

  • April 15, 2013

    Olivia Kirby

    Sunshine would be nice! Some chilled wine would be too…I like tabbouleh (not very British!) some cold roast chicken and strawberries. The kids love sausage rolls, frittata, grapes and crisps. Oh and melody is an olive monster, so plenty of olives!

  • April 15, 2013

    Chloe Alibrahim

    Good food, good wine and good company make the perfect picnic. That and the sunshine of course!

  • April 15, 2013

    Catherine Corr

    Salad,cous cous,potato salad+roasted chicken breasts with my homemade salad dressing.X

  • April 15, 2013

    Karen Ltfc Robertson

    keep it simple!t a little extra effort, like laying out the food on a clean tablecloth and keeping the food pretty and fresh, goes a long way..

  • April 15, 2013

    Jill Donaldson

    Find a great spot with plenty of room for the kids to go off and play, a picnic basket full of great food with plenty of choice, wine and soft drinks for the kids and not forgetting plenty of games for the kids for when hey get bored

  • April 15, 2013

    Jean Bolsover

    Somewhere quiet & private next to a river, bottle of wine, fruits (strawberries, grapes, etc.,) & of ‘course good company

  • April 15, 2013

    Sara Guy

    A nice warm day with all the family. Fresh bread and fresh cured meats. Fruit and salad. And of course Pimms

  • April 15, 2013

    Carly

    A spot by a river, under a shady tree on a warm summers day surrounded by flowers, good food and most important family…

  • April 15, 2013

    sallyh

    traditional pies and robust moveable food, someone to carry it, a quiet

    shady spot to sit to eat and plenty of sunblock and the weather to use it…

  • April 15, 2013

    Helen

    Lovely weather friends or family in tow ,loads of fresh food ,bottle of wine and chocolate for later ….

  • April 15, 2013

    geezerbird44

    Home made scotch eggs are the best

  • April 15, 2013

    Helen Wigglesworth

    the best picnic recipe has to be my loaded bread, bake a fresh loaf of white bread, once cooled cut off the top, scoop out the insides and fill with what ever you may like as a warm sandwich filler, mine has to be fresh chicken, fresh mozzarella, onion and basil, layer them up, then place some more of the scooped up bread back on top, place back into the oven for about 20-30 minutes. delish and very filling for a summer picnic and all homemade! 😉

  • April 15, 2013

    sue a

    during open gardens weekend in a local village, sitting on the green with an overflowing basket of wonderfully delicious food

  • April 15, 2013

    Beth Bowdler

    Good weather, soft seats, plenty of wine, interesting salad selection with crusty rolls and butter and Provender Company chutneys with cold salmon, garlic prawns and sliced cold meats. Finished off with a lovely pud.

  • April 15, 2013

    Lucy Taylor

    Mmmm! I love picnics! Porkpies, a bottle of English beer each, maybe some fruitcake & dentastix for the dogs 🙂

  • April 15, 2013

    Sarah Maclean

    Cold meats and cheese, hard-boiled eggs, cupcakes and Pimms to drink!

  • April 15, 2013

    Sharon Terry

    Pork pies, chicken legs, cheeses, crusty rolls and a good selection of pickles and chutneys. Followed by fresh fruit and cream and all washed down with a good white wine or homemade lemonade for the drivers/non drinkers 🙂

  • April 15, 2013

    Linda

    Victoria sponge cake

  • April 15, 2013

    Carole

    Good Friends

  • April 15, 2013

    Sandra Clarke

    Good weather, good friends, nice location, good food.

  • April 15, 2013

    Sharon Banks

    family and a nice little country spot by river good weather x

  • April 15, 2013

    Mel Briscoe

    A nice location, good food and lots of sun.

  • April 15, 2013

    Guest

    My picnic is never complete without Rainbow loaf.

  • April 15, 2013

    Sarah Cooper

    Chocolate cake, sandwiches, mini sausages, cold meats, family and a scenic spot.

  • April 22, 2013

    Michael Lilley

    Champagne, lemonade, beer, pork pies, English mustard, cocktail sausages, crusty bread rolls, honey roast ham, rye bread, cheddar, stilton, brie, piccalilli, crisps, hummus, breadsticks, olives, cornichons, cold (cooked) pizza slices, scotch eggs, honey roast peanuts and cashews, sweet and savoury popcorn, pringles, grapes, watermelon, cakey treats and jam tarts!

  • April 22, 2013

    Anna Maria Tuckett

    I find picnics enormously cheering, as they are a triumph of hope over experience:-) I love baking in anticipation of a picnic and then packing a cooling bag and a basket full of delicious goodies. My perfect picnic would combine a distinctly pastoral setting and a live theatre performance. We would drink Sauternes and eat egg and cress sandwiches, parmesan cheese straws, chick pea and feta salad, guacamole, houmous and stuffed baby peppers. We’d finish with homemade flapjacks and carrot cake.