WIN-It-Wednesday: Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil

One of my all-time favorite go-to’s during the summer months is Marconi Infused Olive Oils, the sponsor of this week’s WIN-It-Wednesday on
Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil is the perfect complement to a tossed salad, grilled meats and vegetables and roasted potatoes. My list on how I use this dipping oil just gets longer and longer with ever recipe that I whip-up.

But what is my favorite way to enjoy Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil? Dipping my favorite gluten-free bread that is warmed ever so slightly in a shallow dish brimming with this herb oil. Dippity doo da! Who needs a fancy-pants Italian Restaurant when you can enjoy delicious gluten-free bread dipping right at home?

Being an all-time fan makes it a pleasure for me to randomly select 4 (yes… FOUR!) lucky BeFreeForMe members to receive a FREE product coupon for any one Marconi Oil item of their choice at their local grocer (up to a $20 value!).

Two winners will be randomly selected from the entries received before Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at 11:59 PM EST, and two more winners will be randomly selected to win from the entries received between Wednesday, July 18 and Tuesday, July 24, 2012 at 11:59 PM. SO – make sure you enter to win two times!

How can you win?

Reply to this blog and tell us how you would use the Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil. Are you a purist and would just use it for dipping? On pasta? On eggs? Share your fancy!

Good luck, remember it’s o.k. to be a little dippy… and as always,
Be Free!

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33 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil”

  1. Deb Gowlland Says:

    It would be used with gf pasta! Yum… 🙂

  2. Christina Says:

    Homemade salad dressing with a little lemon and garlic!

  3. Karen Says:

    I would make Cybele’s Beer Bread using Redbridge beer (Allergy Free Baker’s Handbook) so I had a nice crusty bread to rip into and dip!

  4. Melissa Says:

    I would cook with it or use it instead of salad dressing!

  5. Theresa Says:

    I would use it for dipping. Use to love going to fancy eateries here they had dipping oil for my bread. Now if I could just find an awesome allergy free bread recipe that I could use for dipping in the oil………..

  6. Lisa Says:

    I would use the dipping oil on pasta, sounds great!

  7. Lori Says:

    I would toss it on pasta for my pasta salad with red and orange peppers, pepperoni, cherry tomatoes, chunks of cheese, and onion. YUMMY!!!!!

  8. Venessa Says:

    I would use it in my homemade hummus, and on salad, gf pasta, and popcorn. Thank you for this giveaway!

  9. Alex Says:

    I would try to mix it with some vinegar and lemon juice to make a yummy salad dressing, or even use it to sauté up some vegetables in it!

  10. Margoka Says:

    I would use it in my salad dressing since I don’t buy it from the store.

  11. ginny Says:

    fresh veggies, bread, fish, chicken, beef, hey just about everything.

  12. Pat Says:

    I use olive oil for so many things & this would bring it up to the next level! Here is my list: salad dressing with fresh squeezed key lime juice, dipper for gf bread with fresh minced garlic (Whole Foods has some awesome gf breads), quinoa gf pasta with fresh minced veggies, fresh grated Parmesan cheese & Greek olives, marinade for any grilled meat but chicken breasts are yummy with garlic, gf Worcestershire sauce & fresh basil or quinoa, sprouted red & wild rice pilaf with minced garlic, jalapeno, red pepper & Walla Walla sweet onions. I am getting hungry-time to start cooking! :o)

  13. Eileen Says:

    I would use it for dipping and on gf pasta.

  14. Tina Says:

    I would use Marconi Italian Herb dipping sauce on pasta topped with green peppers, steamed broccoli, and
    steamed carrots.

  15. Rosalie Bullard Says:

    I recently had stents and olive oil is supposed to be better for you than regular oil so would love to try this.

  16. robin Says:

    Yummy garlic bread. Spreading this oil on gf bread then toasting yum!

  17. cindy w. Says:

    Definitely a purist. I would use it with some homemade gf bread.

  18. kimberley-jane Says:

    Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil would be loveling with a pasta or salad or too halp make home made beef bugers

  19. Karen Says:

    Dip my flax bread in it…….. YUM!

  20. Kari Petty Says:

    I have never tried a dipping oil. So it would be fabulous to try this one.

  21. esther fraser Says:

    I would drizzle Marconi Italian Herb Oil over boar’s head gluten free lunch meats on a against the grain roll – a home made italian sub!

  22. Gina Says:

    I would use it on chicken and pasta or just for dipping gluten free bread.

  23. Tt Says:

    I would use it in my hummus to give it a new flavor kick!

  24. Martha S. Kerr-Burke Says:

    I would love to use Marconi Italian Herb Dipping Oil with Pasta and bread! I think it would taste super on a Garden Salad.

  25. cindy w. Says:

    I think it would be delicious in a chicken pasta salad along with some bread for dipping, too.

  26. teena Says:

    I would use the oil in a *Israeli salad on a base of cut up romaine lettuce. I would add baby corns, Greek olives, slices of mangoes. Depending which I have, I would add raisins or grapes.

    * Israeli salad- cut up 2 tomatoes, 1 cucumbers and 2 peppers into tiny, tiny, tiny pieces. As the vegetables are cut up, a juice is created. Add juice to salad. Add 2 tablespoons of the Marconi Italian Herb Dipping oil. Squeeze juice from a lemon. Add 1 teaspoon pepper. Add salt.

    Sometimes, I add the juice to tuna fish instead of mayonnaise.

  27. Christina Says:

    To make homemade dressing or toss with gluten free pasta, spinach and tomatos

  28. ginny Says:

    this will go with everything, my summer cookouts are going to perfect. Can’t wait to try and share with others. thanks so much

  29. faye Says:

    I would use it to season grilled or baked fish rather than butter

  30. Tina Alexander Says:

    I would use Marconi Italian Herb dipping sauce on pasta with grilled cubed chicken and garnished with
    parmesan cheese.

  31. Rhonda Says:

    I would use it to toss in salads. I love to have oil in cucumber or homegrown lettuce salad.

  32. CC Says:

    I would love to try it as a sauce for my veggie tacos ( pepitos corn tortillas, chick peas, fresh garlic, cilantro, parsley, goya black beans and navy beans, 1 can diced tomatoes, avacados and Sargento mozzerella shredded cheese, salt and pepper to taste) YUMMY! My favorite Gluten Free meal ever and so easy to prepare.

  33. TXEdie Says:

    There are so many tasty gluten-free breads available now, so I would use it just the way it was designed — dipping bread in this savory oil!

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