Archive | October, 2012


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Blogger Cook off and Contest

Posted on 26 October 2012 by Administrator

Our member, Rinku Bhattacharya, of Cooking in Westchester has just published her first book! Big congrats to her! The book, The Bengali Five Spice Chronicles takes you on a culinary journey of Eastern India, complete with a through introduction to Bengali culture and cooking; sections on spices, ingredients, and equipment; and lively family anecdotes, history, and cultural information round out this unique cookbook.

With over 180 easy-to-follow recipes, Rinku Bhattacharya brings you the best of the Bengali table, including tempting dishes like Steamed Mustard Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves, Eggs Cooked in Caramelized Onion Sauce, Crisp Lentil Cakes in Curried Gravy, and Golden Cauliflower in Orange Mustard Sauce.

During November 15th to 25th, she will be hosting a Blogger cook off, where participating bloggers are asked to cook at least one recipe from the book and write about their experiences. To participate, bloggers must sign up by 10/30. If you’d like to participate please contact Rinku here.

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Eggstreme Crepe Contest Winners Announced

Posted on 21 October 2012 by Administrator

We are pleased to announce that Pete and Gerry’s has picked a winner of the Eggstreme Crepe Contest. It was a difficult decision but the winner of the Eggstreme Crepe Contest is Shawnie Kelley of the blog Manges Mangi. Her Provencal Crepe with Moroccan Tangine Chicken was chosen as the winner. Congrats Shawnie!

Provencal Crepe

The Reader’s choice winner is Jason Apple of Kitchen Man Can. Jason’s interesting crepe with bacon and apple really impressed the readers. Congrats to you as well, Jason!


To find the full recipes with pictures plus more information about the contest visit the Heirloom Eggs website here.

We really do appreciate each of or creptestants for taking the time to enter and construct a unique recipe to compete in the contest. We look forward to reading more of the interesting recipes that these talented folks continue to invent.

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