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All of the #InspiredbyNature Progressive Summer Potluck Recipes #sponsored


Every now and then, a sponsor approaches me with an idea that just makes my little foodie heart jump with glee. When Charles Viancin enlisted my help to help them reveal some of their new Summer products, I gathered a few of my favorite bloggers to celebrate the Summer Equinox with a progressive potluck. 

With the help of Charles Viancin, we set a lovely summery table for you. And the Republic of Tea added to the fun with one of their brand-new iced teas, the Organic Black Currant Rosemary Large Iced Tea Pouches. Some of us have incorporated that into our recipes as well.

The Bloghop Schedule...   
If you didn't follow along as we shared recipes for a delicious, five-course meal, or even if you have, you'll find all of the yummy links here. The bloggers shared recipes, posted their thoughts about the Charles Viancin product, and are providing the chance for readers to win a prize package from our sponsor. Read about their drinkware line, the air-tight lids, the utensils, the cooking line, and the tea accessories. You may visit the Charles Viancin Amazon Store: here. And enter the giveaway below. You still have a couple of days to join the fun. One lucky winner will receive one of everything we're featuring. Good luck!!

The Recipe Posts...

I.
featuring the Drink Covers

II.
featuring the Timber 5-Piece Cutting Board

III.
and
featuring the Air-tight Lids

IV.
featuring the Spatulas

V.
featuring the Coasters, Bottle Stoppers, and Lids

The Giveaway...
One of our generous sponsors has contributed a prize package for this event. 
The giveaway runs from June 19th and ends on June 26th, 2017
and is open to US residents only. No purchase necessary.
Individual bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Grateful to Our Sponsors*... 
and how you can find them around the internet

Charles Viancin
on the web, on Twitter, on Facebook, on Instagram, on Pinterest



The Republic of Tea
on the web, on Twitter, on Facebook, on Pinterest, on Instagram

*Disclosure: Bloggers received complimentary products from sponsors for the creation of this event. This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. 
Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are our own.*

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