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Dish on Dinner with Olive Oil: Save the Date #DishonDinner


Fall is officially here and it’s time to pull out all the flavors we love this time of year and get started on some cozy fall cooking. I’m super excited to be partnering again with the International Olive Council’s Add Some Life  for our first-ever olive oil themed Twitter recipe contest called #DishOnDinner.

Dish on Dinner with TidyMom and Add Some Life the week of Oct 8, 2012

During the week of October 8, foodies, bloggers and home cooks are invited to gather online to “dish” on dinner and share their favorite everyday recipes that feature olive oil

Here’s how it works:

Tweet a recipe or cooking idea that uses olive oil and include the hashtag #DishOnDinner during the week of October 8. By doing so, you will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of three premium prize packs.*

You will also be able to enter by leaving a blog comment on TidyMom during the week of October 8, 2012.

Dish on Dinner Recipe Party Giveaway at week of Oct 8, 2012 #DishonDinner

Each prize pack will include an olive-colored 10″ Le Creuset skillet, a salad spinner, a salad dressing emulsifier, a set of wood tongs, an Add Some Life reusable tote bag and an Add Some Life grocery list notepad (value $150.00)

Olive Oil is one way to add some life to a savory meal this fall! I’ve shared many flavorful dishes with olive oil over the last 4 years.

Olive Oil Recipes at TidyMom


How do you use olive oil in your everyday cooking?  Join the conversation on Twitter and share your everyday olive oil dish during the week of October 8 using the hashtag #DishOnDinner.

Remember to Save the date to “dish” on these and many more olive oil recipes by coming here to TidyMom during the week of October 8, for a chance to win!  There will be 3 winners!   Two winners selected from Twitter* and one winner from my comments on the Oct 8, 2012 party post. You will have all week to enter, October 8-12, 2012.

If you don’t have a Twitter account, you will still be able to enter by sharing a recipe (or link to a recipe) in the comments the week of October 8 here on TidyMom.  Feel free to make a twitter account, if you don’t have one, and follow  @TidyMom & @AddSomeLife  for more chances to win.

 *To enter to win, recipe entries must feature olive oil as an ingredient and include the hashtag #DishonDinner.

I can’t wait to see what you all share!

For more olive oil recipe ideas and inspiration, visit

Disclosure: As you know, all opinions and thoughts shared on the site are my own.  I have a working relationship with the International Olive Council, and this post was written as part of that relationship. 

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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog,, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. I always love your parties, Cheryl. I’m putting it on my calendar!

  2. So glad you included a “If you don’t have a Twitter accunt”! I use olive oil in my cooking every night but I DON’T tweet! Not all of us do……….! Thanks –

  3. Hi, I follow you on facebook,I don;t have a twitter account, I use alot of olive oil, in mostly all my cooking,. Thank you !

  4. Sounds wonderful. I go through a lot of olive oil and just recently our Italian neighbors moved in and they bring their own olive oil from Italy, they have olive tree and make the oil themselves. It is quite a treat.

  5. Fun! I love using olive oil in my cooking.

  6. Very cool- we use olive oil all the time. I will be back for this & probably few times in-between too 🙂

  7. How fun! I’ll be marking this on my calendar.
    Almost everything I cook begins with olive oil.

  8. I am sorry but I do not know what hashtag dish on dinner is

    • You only need to use a hashtag if you are going to share on twitter – if you want to share a recipe in the post comments, you don’t need the hashtag

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