Saturday, August 14, 2010

Cape Seed Loaf Competition

This competition is now closed.

Thanks to Bakers Delight, we have nine Cape Seed Loaf (regular size) vouchers to give away.

To enter the competition, leave a comment below or email with your answer to the following question:

What would you put on your Cape Seed Loaf sandwich?

If you comment anonymously, please leave your email address so we can contact you if you are a winner. We will select our favourite responses and post the winners' names on this page by 30 August 2010.

Terms and Conditions
The competition is open to residents of Australia only.
There is a limit of one entry per person.
Unless selected as a winner, entrants will not receive any correspondence from us as a result of entering the competition.
Chance will play no part in the selection of the winner.
The competition commences on 15 August 2010 and closes at 11.59pm AEST on 23 August 2010.
There will be nine winners, who will each receive a $5.00 voucher for one regular loaf of Bakers Delight Cape Seed bread.
The winners will be published on this page within seven days of the competition close date.
If a winner cannot be contacted within two weeks, another winner will be selected.

Congratulations to the following nine winners who will each receive a $5.00 voucher for one regular loaf of Bakers Delight Cape Seed bread.

Jennifer H
K. O'Brien
Elizabeth M
Jodie P
Kim B

dougie22, please email us with your postal address so we can mail your voucher out to you.

Thanks to everyone who entered the competition. The sandwich fillings all sounded delicious and we had a hard time deciding on the winners


Blogger DanielZoo said...

I would keep it simple with smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, and lettuce - my favourite!

15/8/10 10:04 pm  
Blogger Amanda and Debbie said...

Hi Ben

Thanks for your entry! Could you please email us, leave your email address in a comment, or make your profile publicly accessible so we will have a way to contact you if you win.

15/8/10 10:12 pm  
Blogger Rach Leeke said...

I think it would have to be Avocado mixed with Heinz salad cream home crown tomato, lettuce chicken and beetroot .... Yum Yum

16/8/10 12:10 am  
Anonymous Catro said...

My sandwich would consist of sliced roast chicken, avocado, shallots, whole egg mayonnaise and freshly milled pepper. This sandwich is delicious.

16/8/10 10:20 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd have guacomole dip spread on the sliced loaf, smoked salmon, avocado slices, 2 slices of cucumber and a thin spread of wasabi paste.

16/8/10 12:59 pm  
Blogger dougie22 said...

The best would be a slice of ham topped with your beaut coleslaw.
i.e.Exclusively Food's Coleslaw

16/8/10 1:19 pm  
Anonymous Geoff said...

Avocado, sundried tomato and proscuitto, try it!

16/8/10 1:53 pm  
Anonymous Halona said...

Chop up some cooked chicken, mix in some whole egg mayonnaise and about a tablespoon of fresh chopped thyme. Place on a buttered slice of Cape Seed Bread, a thick layer of iceberg lettuce and another slice of buttered bread. Simple but tasty and you can enjoy the creaminess of the seeds - yum!

16/8/10 5:44 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cream Cheese, turkey breast, cranberry sauce and rocket - love it, love it, love it - especially on Cape Seed Loaf!

16/8/10 9:19 pm  
Blogger Poornima said...

I would have it with lettuce, spicy potatoes Indian style fried with onions and topped with tomato slices and cream cheese.

17/8/10 10:34 am  
Blogger Catie said...

I would keep it simple, and put on it what Im craving the most at the moment; Triple smoked ham, Crispy lettuce, Tomato, grated carrot, a drizzle of mayonnaise and salt and pepper! Being pregnant Im not allowed Ham and its what Im wanting the most :(

17/8/10 6:16 pm  
Blogger Michelle said...

I'd layer some sliced cucumber, some chopped cooked chicken mixed with dijonnaise and lots of black pepper, and then some crispy cos lettuce leaves on the top. Slice, eat, YUM!!

17/8/10 6:26 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Normally I would recommend the cream cheese on one slice, smoked salmon, sliced cucumber, sliced/mashed avocado and liberal quantities of capers and a sprinkling of black pepper....

However, this bread deserves something special. Take some sliced ham, slather with cranberry sauce (the type with whole cranberries is the best), place some slices of room temp Camembert cheese on top and freshly grated black pepper over the top. Enjoy!

17/8/10 8:21 pm  
Blogger Bella said...

With the nutty, seedy, wholesome flavours of the bread, I would definitely go for a sweet sandwich.

Cream cheese, slices of dried apple and a sprinkling of dried cranberries or sultanas. In this cold wintry weather, I might even toast it so it's hot and melty and delicious.

17/8/10 9:56 pm  
Anonymous John said...

I think some of the simplest old fashioned ingredients would go beautifully with the bread and not overwhelm its taste
- Sliced tomatoes
- Sliced Spanish onions
- Pepper and salt
and of course full cream salted butter!

Sometimes the only thing that matters is the taste!

18/8/10 10:33 am  
Blogger Susan said...

I just love Cape Seed bread and I would be far too anxious to get into it - so forget the trimmings and just go for butter (butter not margarine) and crunchy peanut butter.

18/8/10 4:59 pm  
Anonymous Kristy said...

Simple - Rocket, boccincini, vine ripened tomatoes with cracked black pepper (sometimes toasted. Brings out the nutty flavour just that little bit more).

18/8/10 6:52 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm from South Australia and like to use organic local produce as often as much as possible...

On my Cape Seed Load sandwich I'd have:
- Beerenberg Tomato Chutney
- Sliced cold roast lamb
- Thinly sliced pickled onion
- Cucumber
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Fresh roasted beetroot
- A sprinkle of shredded carrot
- A dash of salt and pepper

A big sandwich - but full of delicious and fresh goodness!


18/8/10 10:12 pm  
Blogger Pink Elephant said...

I spoil myself by putting avocado and smoked salmon on cape seed loaf but really, eating it fresh with just a scraping of butter is pretty special too.

20/8/10 7:29 pm  
Blogger Jasmine1485 said...

Hmmm.. grated carrot, mignonette lettuce, salami, Maasdam cheese, homemade tomato chutney and Greek yoghurt. YUM!

Kate1485 at

22/8/10 8:58 pm  
Anonymous Nuta said...

Being Greek, I would add some fresh Tzatziki,iceberg lettuce & some sliced lamb kofta. Top it off with fresh pepper & salt. Yum!

23/8/10 9:17 am  
Blogger Unknown said...

Ham, cheese, mustard pickles, mayo, lettuce and beetroot!

23/8/10 1:31 pm  
Anonymous Daniel said...

I'ad brush with some Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Salt and Pepper to season - then add fresh Spinach with sliced mozzarella, Roasted red capsicum strips, sliced black olives dash of of oregano, and parsley and of course. Yum!

23/8/10 2:56 pm  
Anonymous Anna said...

I'd smother that beautiful bread with roasted vegetable and falafel along with tomato pesto, salad leaves and hummus. Out of this world.

23/8/10 2:58 pm  
Blogger RosslynT said...

Just butter so as not to spoil the flavour of the nine grains and seeds. Plus the added extras, so healthy indeed.

23/8/10 7:08 pm  

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