4/30/14

Win 505 Southwestern Sauces - Mother's Day Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Mother's Day Giveaway Hop
From May 1-11 you can hop around the list of bloggers below
and enter to win prizes worth at least $25.
Good luck!

My prize is...
a 505 Southwestern Sauces and Salsas
Gift Pack in Five Amazing Flavors!
Down here in Texas, my family loves to use hot sauces of all kinds to spice up our meals. 505 Southwestern Sauces are incredibly fresh, picked at the peak of harvest from the Hatch Valley in New Mexico, then flame-roasted and flash-frozen. These sauces are all natural, made from the finest vegetables, fruits, spices, and herbs. On top of all that, they have no trans fat and are gluten-free!
505 Southwestern Sauces are delicious and versatile. I've been using all of them in many of my recipes, and they are also excellent as a garnish or dip. The Honey Chipotle Salsa is amazing as a chip dip and quesadilla garnish. The Flame Roasted Green Chile has topped my red beans and rice, as well as spiced up my spaghetti.
The Green Chile Medium Sauce is the perfect way to spice up my scrambled eggs and on mornings where I need an extra boost, I use the Green Chile Hot Sauce. 505 Southwestern Sauces make it so easy to create a gourmet-style meal without having to do anything more than add the sauce. 
My biggest score of the week (according to my husband) was my homemade Enchilada Pasta that I created with the 505 Enchilada and Tamale Sauce. I'll be sharing that recipe later this week, so keep an eye out for that one. 505 Southwestern Sauces and Salsas are now available in your local HEB Stores and you can shop the 505 website too! 
www.505chile.com
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To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below! One winner will receive a mixed case of five incredibly delicious sauces and salsas. Only the first entry is mandatory, but bonus entries will increase your chance to win this tasty prize. Open to USA residents ages 18+. Giveaway ends at midnight on 5/11/2014. Good luck!
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123 comments:

  1. They are all natural, gluten free, with zero trans fat and grow in Mexico.

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  2. I learned that they use only natural ingredients to preserve the just-picked flavor. I love salsa, I would really love to give these a try.

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  3. I learned that all their chiles come from the same valley in New Mexico. That's really neat, they can really control what goes into their product that way.

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  4. I never go wrong with HEB purchases. Yhis looks like another great addition. Love the flavors

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  5. I never go wrong with HEB purchases. Yhis looks like another great addition. Love the flavors

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  6. I learned that they are all natural, gluten free and have zero trans fats. These all sound delicous!

    rafflecopter name is Tiffani Jade

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  7. I learned that the products are gluten free and all natural.

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  8. i want to try their recipe for braised green chile pork. yum!

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  9. Nice--gluten free and chilis from New Mexico. And the recipe for Smothered Creamy Green Chile Bacon Chickens looks wonderful! *pinned*
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  10. I like that they are all natural.

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  11. I bought their salsa for the first time last weekend and loved it!

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  12. It's all natural and gluten free

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  13. Something I learned and liked - All of their chiles come from the Hatch Valley in New Mexico!
    thank you

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  14. our chiles are picked, flame-roasted & flash-frozen during harvest

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  15. I learned they are gluten free.

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  16. I learned that "Land of Enchantment" is New Mexico's state slogan.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  17. I learned they're all gluten-free!! myawinz@mail.com

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  18. I learned that they are gluten free and all of their Chiles come from Hatch Valley New Mexico

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  19. They have ZERO trans-fats.

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  20. Their chiles are picked, flame-roasted & flash-frozen during harvest


    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  21. These are made where I live Albuquerque, nm and I have been to their factory

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  22. All natural and gluten free...cannot go wrong with that!

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  23. I like that they are all natural, and since they are gluten free the whole house could enjoy them. Alona Y on rafflecoptor.

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  24. I learned that the chiles they use are picked, flame-roasted & flash-frozen during harvest.

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  25. I learned they're gluten free!
    -Ashley Irby

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  26. I learned they are all natural and gluten-free.
    Shelia S

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  27. I learned that they are gluten-free.

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  28. Visited the site and learned they have some lovely recipes including Green Chile, Bacon and Egg Soufflé

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  29. I learned they are Extra Fresh — our chiles are picked, flame-roasted & flash-frozen during harvest.

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  30. I learned that their sauces are gluten free.

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  31. I learned that all of their chiles Are grown in the Hatch Valley in New Mexico.

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  32. They are all Natural and Gluten Free .

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  33. I learned that they are all gluten free! Yay, something new I can try!!

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  34. The chiles come from the Hatch Valley in New Mexico

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  35. They are all natural and gluten free.

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  36. Their salsas are gluten free, and have zero trans fats.

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  37. I learned that they use rice flour as a binder, not wheat and only natural ingredients so it's gluten free.

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  38. I learned that they use only natural vegetables, spices, herbs and fruits are use

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  39. It benefits the wounded warrior project. I don't understand why our government with all of our taxes doesn't help them like they should. This is a great cause and seems like a great product. rjspratlen@gmail.com

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  40. They're gluten-free and there's no trans fat.

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  41. Hi I visited the site and I learned How long you can keep bottles of 505 sauce or salsa on the pantry shelf which is 2 years from the date it was made. The single serves are also dated for use within 18 months.

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  42. gluten free they use rice flour

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  43. I learned that some os their sales go to help American troops. I also found some great recipies.

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  44. I learned that their products are all natural!

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  45. I learned that their products are gluten free

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  46. All of their chile peppers come from Hatch Valley in New Mexico

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  47. I learned that the 505 Southwestern "All American Salsa" benefits the Wounder Warrior Project

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  48. I learned that their products are gluten free and has zero trans fat. :)

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  49. I learned that all the chiles come from Hatch Valley in New Mexico.

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  50. I had a suspicion they named their sauces after their area code --- turns out I was right for once, they're from New Mexico which has the 505 area code ;)

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  51. I learned they have some great looking recipes! I want to make the green chile mac & cheese!

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  52. I learned they use all natural ingredients.

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  53. I'd love to try the Southwestern Marinade!

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  54. i learned that new mexico's state slogan is "Land of Enchantment".

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  55. They've got some nice recipes at the 505 Southwestern website. One in particular that I've got marked to try is their Enchiladas Verde. Now all I need is their Green Chile Sauce!

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  56. I learned that all of their chiles come from the Hatch Valley in New Mexico and I'd like to try every single one of their sauces!

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  57. Their products have zero transfat!

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  58. i learned that all their chilies come from New Mexico

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  59. I like that their product is gluten free

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  60. I learned that their product is gluten free, which means I can eat it! :D

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  61. I learned that their products are gluten free and all natural!

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  62. I learned that they are Extra Fresh, All Natural and Gluten Free

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  63. I learned that New Mexico's slogan is "Land of Enchantment"!

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  64. I learned their sauces are Zero Trans Fat using only natural vegetables, spices, herbs and fruits :)

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  65. They are all natural, gluten free and all the chilies come from New Mexico

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  66. There chiles are picked, flame-roasted & flash-frozen during harvest and gluten free so my son who has celiac's disease could enjoy it too.

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  67. They are all Natural and Gluten Free .

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  68. I like the quality of the products and that they are all natural.

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  69. They use only natural ingredients to preserve the just-picked flavor.

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  70. I learned they only use all natural ingredients.

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  71. Their name comes from the NM area code, and I like that their salsas are made there.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  72. All of their chilis come from New Mexico

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  73. Their products are " all natural and not loaded with preservatives."

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  74. the products are gluten free and all natural.

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  75. They are made with all natural ingredients and they gluten free. They must be very healthy.

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  76. I learned that Red chile pods are the same green chile pods that have matured and dried on the vine.

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  77. They are gluten free with little trans fat.

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  78. I learned that they use only natural ingredients to preserve the just-picked flavor.

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  79. I learned that they are all natural and gluten free.

    Entered rafflecopter as Alisha Sienkiel

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  80. I like that it's all natural and gluten free.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  81. use rice flour as a binder so they are gluten-free.

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  82. All their chilies come from New Mexico.

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  83. I learned that their salsas are All Natural — they use only natural ingredients to preserve the just-picked flavor.

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  84. I learned that they use only natural vegetables, spices, herbs and fruits

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  85. I learned that
    we keep bottles of 505 sauce or salsa on the pantry shelf
    - labels clearly state "Best Before" dates – 2 years from the date it was made. The single serves are also dated for use within 18 months.

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  86. I learned you have to use it within 3 weeks of opening it.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  87. I learned that 505 is the area code for New Mexico.

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  88. i learned they are Benefiting Wounded Warrior Project

    joe gersch

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  89. 505 sauces are gluten free and natural.

    Danielle Papsis
    dpapsis2@gmail.com

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  90. I learned that the sauces are all natural, gluten free and have zero trans fats.

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  91. I learned that because 505 Southwestern sauces are not loaded with preservatives you should refrigerate and use within 3 weeks of opening.

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  92. How awesome it is that they are gluten free! ;)

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  93. i learned they are gluten free,and have zero trans fat ,got tolove that

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  94. I learned their marinade can be used for ribs, fajitas, stir fry, so many options! All in one bottle! Love it!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  95. I learned the the 505 All American Salsa benefits the Wounded Warrior Project.

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  96. products are gluten free and all natural.

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  97. i like that they are made in Hatch Valley, NM.

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  98. I learned that the products are Gluten Free they use rice flour as a binder where necessary, not wheat.

    tderosa142 at gmail dot com

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  99. I learned that they chose the name 505 because that's their area code.

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  100. I learned that their products are all natural, gluten free, and contain no trans fats.

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  101. I learned that they come from New Mexico. thank you


    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  102. All Natural — we use only natural ingredients to preserve the just-picked flavor

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  103. this is a gluten free product which is great

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  104. All of their chilies come from New Mexico

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  105. They use only natural ingredients to preserve the just-picked flavor and only natural vegetables, spices, herbs and fruits are used.

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  106. They are Gluten free and natural .

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  107. I learned that the chiles are flash frozen at harvest. That's good because that's just about as fresh as you can get.

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  108. They use only natural ingredients.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  109. I learned their salsas are fat free, gluten free and made with all-natural ingredients and no preservatives. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  110. Salsas are fat free, low sodium, gluten free and made with all-natural ingredient the only preservative we use is lime juice! Sounds go good!!

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  111. I learned that the pantry shelf life is 2 years from the date it was made and is on the label.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  112. Their chiles are picked, flame-roasted & flash-frozen during harvest

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  113. All the chiles come from New Mexico.

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  114. Thanks for the giveaway…company name, 505, is the area code for the state of New Mexico; all of their products are made in Albuquerque.

    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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  115. I learned that the sauces are Gluten Free.

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  116. I learned that they were driven by the desire to be different, so they left onions out of their salsa recipe.

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  117. they look delcicious all of them..love that they are all natural

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