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Imagine Chicken BrothUPDATE: Thank you to everyone that entered! Congratulations to our random winner, Ana M. from Texas! At Whole Foods Market®, we love sharing good food and drink. Whether it’s peak-of-the-season fruit, a team member creation from our bakery, or a new grocery discovery, we love celebrating great flavors and products. But we don’t just want to tell you about it; we want you to enjoy it too, which is why we’re giving it away!  Read on to find out how you could win some free stuff.                                         

When prepping your kitchen for the holiday season, stock up on pantry staples for stress-free entertaining and cooking. One of the handiest ingredients to have is chicken (or veggie) broth. Broth is the foundation of dozens of holiday recipes! When you don’t have time to make it from scratch, reach for great premade options like Imagine Organic Free-Range Chicken Broth. (They also make tasty vegetarian options.)

Here are some of our favorite fall dishes that feature broth:

You can add quick flavor to a meal by substituting broth for water in any recipe that calls for cooking grains like rice, quinoa, or millet.  Use broth to pull together quick soups – just add veggies and some pasta and voila – instant crowd-pleasing meal. You could go through a case in no time at all! So, if you win this Fall Giveaway, what will you do with your case of Imagine Broth?

Tell us what recipes you’ll make with your case of broth in the comments below by Friday, November 23th.  We’ll pick a winner at random to receive a case of Imagine Organic Free-Range Chicken Broth or Imagine Organic Vegetable Broth (your choice of regular or low-sodium).

The fine print: No purchase necessary. Promotion ends November 23, 2012, 11:59 PM CDT. Must be a legal resident of the US or Canada (except in Quebec, where it is void) age 18 or older to participate. Taxes on prize, if applicable, are the responsibility of the winner. Employees of Whole Foods Market, Inc., are not eligible. Void where prohibited.

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Minna Siegel says …

stuffing

Jean Delehant says …

I would LOVE to try the Braised Greens with Onions and the Creamy Pumpkin Brown Rice recipes. A case of Imagine Organic Vegetable Broth would fit oh-so-nicely into my holiday budget. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Margaret Gabriele says …

I use it in my roasted vegetable soup

Susan Blaisdell says …

Various baked rices through the winter...the chicken broth is a delicious alternative to water!

Carol says …

I use it in my mashed potatoes, for cooking any grains or wild rice, or in place of water when cooking veggies. Also makes the base for turkey soup!

Carol Norton says …

I will make my Lentil soup!

Carol Norton says …

I will make my Lentil soup!

Tracy Jonkman says …

Creamy ginger squash risotto, lentil tomato soup, homemade rosemary dressing

Rosa marrou says …

This is the absolute best chicken broth I have ever purchased! I use them in my soups m, rice and stuffing.. love it!!

Marcia Goss says …

I love having chicken broth on hand for homemade chicken noodle soup and for dressing.

marilyn says …

I make Italian minestrone soup all year round- vary the veggies depending on the season- a case of Imagine would keep me inspired!

Bonnie K. says …

The creamy pumpkin brown rice looks good---also the braised greens with onion. I also like using the broth to make various soups--split pea being my husband's favorite. It would be wonderful to win a case of the Imagine's organic broth.

Michelle Moore says …

Chicken Pastry- similar to a chicken and dumpling Chicken corn chowder Roasted Chicken

Melissa A. says …

I use broth to make my homemade stuffing for my turkey on Thanksgiving!

Jennifer C says …

I love making soup in the fall and winter. I'd use the broth to make my family's favorite Creamy Chicken and Rice Soup. Yum!

Brent M says …

We have a community group that meets on Thursday's and soups and chowders would be a great theme!!

Carly Johnston says …

I would use this for stuffing, the turkey, gravy, sides and leftovers the next day.

debbie taylor says …

Love to make old fashion chicken noodle soup wih it!

sonya says …

Thanksgiving a wonderful reminder to celebrate the simple things in life and to share.

Linda Kleminich says …

I use chicken broth in all my soups and stews (lentil, black bean, veggie, and chicken). It adds wonderful background flavor to quinoa in my tabouli, my rice pilaf, and other grains. It's also the basting broth for my Thanksgiving Day turkey. I am never without chicken broth in my pantry!

Nancy Orosz says …

I would make faulous turkey and/or chicken soup; stuffing; casseroles.

ErikaM says …

Squash soup, spicy kale and potato, veggie stew, vegetarian minestrone.

Lillian says …

I would make soups and use it for making our quinoa and vegetables.

shellie rader says …

gf cornbread dressing, and gf df gravy

Anna says …

Soups, pilaf, polenta and braised chicken and veggies

Christine Lacey says …

I use organic chicken broth in my mashed potatoes for more flavor.I also find it an easy way to make homemade chicken soup without the fuss of making stock. If you want to intensify the chicken flavor, just add an additional bullion.

christine huang says …

Mashed potatoes and risotto -- starch fest!

Kathy Gildner says …

SOUP!

Linda Pitt says …

I make a really good pumpkin turkey chili that calls for chicken broth and this brand and variation is the best.

Mr Mark G Millman says …

I use the broth to steam my potatoes for mashed potatoes. Use the broth for stuffing. Steam my brusselsprouts with. I use the broth to enhance the gravy. I use the broth on the bottom of my roaster.

Mimi Satterthwaite says …

I will make my fathers chicen soup.

Donna says …

Italian stuffing with country bread, onion, garlic, fresh sage, parmesan cheese, eggs, and free-range chicken broth also great for soups and sauces...

Jen says …

I would use the broth for all my soup making this winter. Some day I will have time to make my own broth!

Barbara Waite says …

What I would make with Imagine with free range chicken broth is my famous Beef stew,of coarse made with organic beef !!!

C Fuller says …

I would use the vegetable broth in everything. I like to use it when I make seitan, especially roasts in the slow cooker.

Colleen Nguyen says …

risotto!

Katrina Morales says …

I would use Imagine Organic Broth to make my Pumpkin Stuffing for Thanksgiving Day and to make soup out of leftover turkey after Thanksgiving!

Carol says …

I make a lot of soups during the year, pumpkin, butternut, & many others.

Leslie Whitney says …

I got through LOTS of chicken broth, because every time I buy a roasted chicken, I make some sort of yummy soup with the carcass. I always save out just a tiny bit to mix in with the food I give my dog and two cats - a special treat! Chicken broth (always organic!) is something we seem to go thru a lot of at our house -- I cook veggies and rice with it, and, every now and then, just a nice hot mug of it all by itself chases away the winter chills.

janice esposito says …

My church small group is hosting one night of Pacem in December and making a meal for Charlottesville's homeless and giving them a place to sleep. One of the things we are making is Italian Sausage Soup. Each recipe calls for 2 16 oz containers of chicken broth, 1 pound of chicken sausage, one onion, one 32 oz can of crushed tomatoes and 1 pound of ditalini or similar pasta. and 1 tbsp basil. A case of Imagine Broth would really help with this recipe that we are making for 40 men.

JJ says …

Winter is soup time in my kitchen, so I'd work my way through classic chicken noodle, butternut squash and tomato :-)

sherry taxman says …

I would baste my turkey, use some in my escarole and fennel dressing, make soup with matza balls, make mushroom or asparagus risotto. Looking forward to the opportunity to try out some new recipes too.

Sue Rober says …

I would use the case of broth in various ways. I love to make homeade soups and I use the broth as a base for my soups. I have attempted to reduce my daily caloric intake and I use broth in recipes that call for oil, butter, Margarine. When I open a carton of broth and I do not use all of it, I fill ice trays with the remaining broth and use the frozen cubes of broth to recipes at a later date. I use broth to flavor rice and pasta dishes.I also use broth to help with reheating my left overs. I use broth to roast chicken, fish and veggies.

nancy says …

My favorite broth is the low sodium vegetarian. I would make soups with it. A favorite is 'healthy carrot soup'.

janice' esposito says …

Our small group will be making an Italian Sausage Soup for 40 homeless men during Pacem in Charlottesvile. The ingredients are 2 16 oz containors of chicken broth, 1 pound chicken sausage, 1 onion, 1 32 oz crushed tomatoes, 1 tbsp basil. 1 pound ditalini or similar pasta. The Imagine Organic Broth would be wonderful in this pasta dish and we would love to use it. Thanks

Evette Michaelis says …

I use Imagine chicken broth in all my recipes everyday! I buy 6 of these every time I go to the grocery store. Some of the recipes I use them in are my homemade enchilada sauce, rice, chicken stew, beef stew, beef short ribs, my homemade chili... I could go on and on.... The main reason why Imagine is the only brand I use is because the one I buy has no sugar, and no yeast... Those are 2 ingredients I cannot have, and Imagine is the only broth that does not have those in the ingredients. I also love the great flavor of Imagine. Does not compare to any other broth. It's the best!

Mary Weed says …

I would make stuffing for dinner and then use leftovers to make turkey soup:)

Jennifer says …

I put broth in so many things! It's a great way to add flavor!

joann harris says …

risotto, chicken soup

Tere says …

The question is: What won't I do with a case of broth???!!!! I use it for arroz con pollo, for brown rice with veggies, for all sorts spanish rice dishes, for polenta, for broccoli and other soups..... So, again....what won't I do with a case of broth? I use it ALL THE TIME! ....so, I sure could use the case :-)

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