Launching the Better with BRITA Campaign & Win a Marella Water Jug

Better with BRITA Carsonsmummy WIN, Marella Jug
Better with BRITA

BRITA products reduce the unwanted substances found in tap water (like chlorine and heavy metals) that can often affect the flavour of ingredients meaning food and drinks taste the way they're ought to!

BRITA is as passionate about great tasting food and drink as I am! They believe that no one should compromise when it comes to making recipes that use water as a key ingredient.

Teaming up with food magazine Delicious, the Better with BRITA Campaign has been launched to celebrate people that do just that - create great tasting food, just as it ought to be.

The aim is to find people who are making amazing food and drink in their homes using both filtered water and quality, locally sourced ingredients in order to create the best flavours possible.


Sell your own produce at this year's Big Feastival.

An expert judging panel will decide on a shortlist of people who'll be given the chance to go to London to make their produce for the judges to taste for themselves.

Then... three lucky winners will attend the UK's most popular food festival The Big Feastival (29th August – 1st September 2014) for an experience of a lifetime, selling their creations and gaining recognition.

Whether your Granita is to die for, or your soup is the talk of the town BRITA wants to hear from you! 
Get making and baking and submit your recipe here for a chance to win.



WIN A BRITA WATER FILTER JUG OF YOUR OWN.

To celebrate the launch of this campaign, BRITA have kindly offered up a Marella Water Jug (RRP £21) for one of my readers to win.

So, once you've checked out the recipes submitted, or indeed submitted your own, go ahead and enter to win via the Rafflecopter Widget below.




 1. This is open to UK residents
2. Winner has 5 days to acknowledge and respond before another winner will be redrawn
3. All reasonable efforts and channels will be used to attempt contact. 
4. Competition closes at midnight 30th May 2014.
5. Winner will be announced on the blog during w/c 1st June 2014 within another Better with BRITA post.

All entries are checked so, as tempting as it may be to skim through the Rafflecopter entry, you will be doing yourself out of a genuine chance to win a cracking prize. 
So enter genuinely because, as you've probably gathered, I do check, guys.
GOOD LUCK!!


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164 comments:

  1. I'm wondering what happened to our Brita jugs we used to have two and used them all the time.

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  2. I use a lot of water in my cooking as I am sure everyone does, I LOVE potatoes and use them in stews, mince etc so would have to say that they are mine.

    Becci Cleary

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  3. No I wouldn't enter the comp with it as lets face it - theyre just potatoes but I reckon they would taste a whole lot better with Britta Water. The water in our house tastes horrible and I keep saying Im gonna have to get a britta but I never remember - I need to drink more water but the taste of it here just puts me off

    Becci Cleary

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  4. Gravy - on a big fat roast dinner! - but not really what I'd call a compettion entry, just my favourtie meal.

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  5. Chicken soup
    (kim neville)

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  6. A Big Beef Stew, great when the weathers cold x

    Chloe @ bethbear2011.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Definitely a Beef Stew, Great on cold days a real hearty meal.

    Chloe @ bethbear2011.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. Lentil soup - we are lucky to have great tasting water here, I bet my daughter misses it now she's in London. And it's not made to a recipe, more of a what veg needs using up sort of thing.

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  9. William Critchlow2 May 2014 at 15:24

    It has to be soup

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  10. Vegetarian stew with dumplings, yum.

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  11. chicken noodle soup

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  12. Chicken soup and kids and I would never enter any competitions where I have to cook, I'm not that confident :(

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  13. I love a good homemade veg soup, we sometimes get those 'root veg' packs from Tesco and blend it all together with some herbs and spices and it always brings out the tastiest soup!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  14. Pamela says - does a cup of tea count as a 'dish'? Probably not but that's my answer!

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  15. lauren tourle3 May 2014 at 09:29

    definitely stew and dumplings :) soooo yummy and filling :)

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  16. claire sutherland3 May 2014 at 15:18

    Lentil soup

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  17. Chicken soup
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  18. chicken soup made it yesterday

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  19. Boiled New potatoes covered in butter

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  20. My favourite would be a mandarin jelly (but I think this is a little too basic to enter into any competition!).

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  21. Edward Guerreiro3 May 2014 at 19:29

    Chicken Soup. Especially when i'm ill.

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  22. Soups especially carrot and coriander

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  23. Lauren Williams4 May 2014 at 16:52

    Strawberry jelly

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  24. boiled potatoes

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  25. Spicy seafood stew

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  26. Charlotte Ingham5 May 2014 at 11:03

    Chicken Soup - sadly from a can though, and I don't think recommending Heinz would be good for the competition!

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  27. Vegetable Soup
    Claire D

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  28. No I couldn't enter the cooking comp, but good luck to anyone that does. My water dish is homemade leek and potato soup.

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  29. My favourite is French onion soup but I wouldn't enter a cooking competiiton.

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  30. I love gravy but it's not something that I could enter in a cooking competition

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  31. beef stew most definetly so delicious and filling .

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  32. Chicken soup...and no.

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  33. Chicken noodle soup.. its not competition worthy though!!

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  34. I make a spiced lamb dish which is just water, spice and lamb, will check out the comp, thanks.

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  36. My favourite is to chuck all the left over is a pot and make a soup out of it:D We have had some very bizarre concoctions I can tell you:D

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  37. I like making soups, particularly mixed vegetable.

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  38. stacey turner7 May 2014 at 14:22

    Any type of soup, especially in the winter when its cold

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  39. My favourite water based dish would have to a thai chicken curry (I add use chicken stock made from water so that counts right???) I am not sure if it would be a good enough dish to enter into a competition but the kids eat all of it when its put in front of them, so its already a winner in my eyes!!!!!

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  40. veggie soup

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  41. I TRY TO DRINK LOTS OF WATER, BUT SOMETIMES IT DOESN'T TASTE VERY NICE. A FILTER WOULD REALLY HELP

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  42. Chicken soup/stew - I drink lots already :)

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  43. Jersey Royal potatoes and 8 glasses a day. No good for a competition but a more pleasant tasting.

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  44. green smoothie, kale celery and apples

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  45. homemade chicken and potato soup, x

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  46. Stew - make the stock up with water!
    Stacey Guilliatt

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  47. lamb curry, but dont think i could enter it into a competition!!

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  48. Cheese casserole, do add a bit of milk as well.
    Not a very good cook so a waste of time entering

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  49. My favourite water based recipe is Jelly - I'm a big kid at heart x

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  50. Chicken broth ... it makes a huge difference when you make it with filtered water :)

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  51. Watercress Soup
    I would have love to enter the Better with BRITA Competition, but as it involves Voting I'll be giving it a miss

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  52. sugar free jellys.....so healthy too

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  53. A seafood bisque - I don't think my cooking is good enough for a competition though

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  54. chicken and sweetcorn soup yummy

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  55. chciken noodle soup,not good enough for a competition though me thinks,lol

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  56. I really love making home-made soups all year round.
    Fingers and toes crossed

    Laura x

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  57. blackcurrant jelly

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  58. Carrot and coriander soup!

    Elizabeth Gurney x

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  59. jelly! cant beat a good jelly :)

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  60. My Golden Vegetable Soup

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  61. Carrot and Parsnip Soup :)

    @oneisjamie

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  62. Definitely soups!

    Helen-Every1sparkles

    @every1sparkles

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  63. A carrot and coriander soup

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  64. Stilton & Broccoli soup ;-)

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  65. Rebecca Gransden28 May 2014 at 15:09

    I love making a good veggie stew

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  66. A spicy red lentil and chickpea soup.

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  67. Samantha J Freeman28 May 2014 at 15:35

    lemon sorbet lovely & refreshing in the summer

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  68. Well most of my dishes use a lot of water, just used a whole lot of water to make the stock in my chicken lasagne, although not sure my cooking's up to the standard to enter the competition ! Would love to see what a difference using water from the Brita jug would make :-)

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  69. Butternut squash and red pepper soup

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  70. Dhal with chapatti... so delicious! x

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  71. Jane Middleton28 May 2014 at 19:31

    tomato and cucumber salad

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  72. I love a good home made chicken soup!

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  73. Roast chicken dinner with gravy (bet it would taste better with filtered water)

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  74. Raspberry jelly, not really fit for the BRITA competition though

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  75. Boeuf Bourguignon! Don't know if I'd enter though!

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  76. Tomato soup.... not good enough to enter though!

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  77. I wouldn't enter this into the competition because it's far too simple, but all my family love my poached eggs on toast. I don't know what it is about the way I poach eggs but they all love them. (Perhaps its the pinch of salt and drop of cider vinegar in the water - who knows?)

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  78. it's got to be soups

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  79. Chicken and mushroom soup (homemade!)

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  80. Fresh home made vegetable soup

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  81. Katarzyna Szewczyk29 May 2014 at 21:35

    Chicken boulion.

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  82. Tomato and Basil soup!

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  83. BEEF STEW
    LISA ANN TEBBUTT

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  84. PEA AND HAM SOUP

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