Ambrosia Apples NewsletterWELCOME TO THE BC AMBROSIA APPLES NEWSLETTER – March 2018

March 2018Are You the Ambrosia Apple Fan That Just Won an Osoyoos Getaway?


Ambrosia apples contest winner And the Winner Is…

Our Ambrosia Apple Chef of the Year Contest has come to a close and we have two big winners. Congratulations to Shaun from Shawnigan Lake, BC! His name was randomly selected from almost 13,000 entries! As the lucky winner, he’ll be enjoying a 3-day getaway in Osoyoos. Enjoy yourself, Shaun.
But, you’re probably wondering if your favourite recipe was also the crowd favourite. If you picked the Ambrosia Apple Tart Tartin by Alessandro Vianello of Wildebeest Restaurant, then, YES! Alessandro’s delicious desert garnered the most votes which means Chef Alessandro is our Ambrosia Apple Chef of the Year. If you want to give his winning recipe a try, you can find it (and the three other contenders) HERE.
Speaking of the other contenders, we want to thank all of our chefs for their contributions. And, we want to thank all of you for your votes. Stay tuned for more contests in the future.

Ambrosia Apples for Terrific Tresses

Did you know that eating Ambrosia apples might give you shinier, healthier-looking hair? We found a collection of scientific studies and personal experiments that give weight to this claim. Not that you need any more reasons to eat Ambrosia apples, but here’s a bit of an explanation as to how they can help your have healthy hair (or explain why your hair looks so darn good!)

Home, Sweet Smelling Home

While we wait for blossoms to perfume the spring air, why not add an Ambrosia apple fragrance to the indoors? If you love the smell of Ambrosia apples, you’ll love this easy-to-follow DIY project for home-made potpourri. Why wait for spring to happen outside when you can create the scent of it inside? Check out the how-to blog here.

Ambrosia apple juice

Let’s be Social

We love connecting with Ambrosia apple fans like you. So, let’s get together on social media. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube   and let us know you’re an Ambrosia apples fan. Or, use the hashtag #Ambrosiaapples and we’ll find you.

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