This post is in partnership with GoBarley.

We're teaming up with the folks at GoBarley to celebrate Canada's delicious, versatile, healthy, homegrown superfood (and best of all, it's so easy to use!).  Along with @GoBarleyTweets we're hosting a Twitter party on September 21st with lots of fun, ideas and prizes.  Scroll down for all the details and to RSVP for the party to be eligible to win prizes!

#GoBarley Twitter Party | Food Bloggers of Canada

PRIZES!

  • Five (5) x $100 Grocery Gift Cards and a GoBarley Cookbook for each winner

To be eligible to win a prize, you must RSVP (below) and tweet at least once (Original tweet, retweets do not count) during the party with the #GoBarley hashtag. The winners will be announced throughout the party and be asked to contact Food Bloggers of Canada by Direct Message on Twitter and by answering a simple skill-testing question.

Prizing is open to Canadian residents (excluding Quebec). The rules can be found here.

#GoBarley Twitter Party Details

Hosts: @GoBarleyTweets @FoodBloggersCA

Time: Wednesday, September 21st from 9-10PM ET / 6-7PM PT

Hashtag: #GoBarley

We invite you to RSVP to participate and please be sure you’re following all of our Twitter Party hosts!

To RSVP, put your twitter handle (@mytwittername) in the “Your Name” box and the link to your twitter profile (ie. twitter.com/foodbloggersCA) in the “Your URL” box.




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30 Comments

Joanne J
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I forgot how much I love barley soup and this risotto I used to make! This fall & winter I’m so getting the barley on!

Pearl Saban
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I’m a wee bit late to the party, but I’m raring to learn new recipes and cooking tips.

Cindy Czocher
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Too late to the party I guess. Never knew barley came from Canada! I did find out last summer that the Japanese use it to make tea! It’s called Mugicha (cha=tea) and you can read about it here http://www.justhungry.com/mugicha-barley-tea-flavor-summer
I’ve had it as I had a Japanese patient one time and she was moving, so when she learned that I was a tea fanatic (I love coffees too) , she made it for me and gave me a whole bag of tea bags. But you can make it from loose grains too, and the web site above will tell you how. It’s a nice different taste, and good iced! I use stevia in all my coffee and tea rather than artificial sweetener, or raw honey.

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