We are excited to announce an exclusive contest open only to the Association of Food Bloggers Members. We are challenging members of the Association to come up with their own creative crepe recipe featuring Pete & Gerry’s Heirloom Eggs in the Eggs-treme Crepe Challenge. The contest is being run in conjunction with Pete & Gerry’s Heirloom Eggs and Carole Murko of Heirloom Meals. Participants have six weeks to come up with their own unique crepe recipe.
Pete & Gerry’s will provide the contest participants with a three month supply of heirloom eggs and a griddle in return for their posting their own original crepe recipe that will be showcased on their blog or website.
The winner will be chosen by Association of Food Bloggers founder, Malika Harricharan, Pete & Gerry’s and Carole Murko. The winner of the best recipe will:
• Receive a year’s supply of Pete & Gerry’s heirloom eggs
• Be interviewed on Carole Murko’s radio show
• Be featured on the Pete & Gerry’s and Heirloom Meals Websites
Interested? To enter, contact Malika Harricharan: info (at) associationoffoodbloggers.org. Please provide a link to your site and a at least two sentences as to why you would like to enter the Eggs-treme Crepe Contest. Deadline to enter is July 20th.
We encourage bloggers to get as creative as possible, using videos if they like. In addition, there will also be a Reader’s choice winner. Beginning mid-Septemeber, readers can vote by “liking” a participant. The Reader’s choice winner will also receive a year’s supply of eggs and a radio interview on Heirloom Meals with Carole Murko.
Bloggers must use, mention and hyperlink to Pete & Gerry’s Heirloom Eggs website
Must include a before, during and after photo on their site
Recipe must be their own creation
Contest is limited to members of the association in the United States
All recipes must be live by August 31
About Pete & Gerry’s
Pete & Gerry’s Heirloom Eggs is, as one might guess, a producer of Heirloom and organic eggs. Heirloom chicken breeds are those raised by farmers before the rise of industrialized agriculture. They were bred to be well-suited to local environmental conditions. In addition to laying eggs with different colored shells, many of these heirloom eggs had rich, distinctive flavors.
Carole Murko is a culinary artist who learned how to cook by observing her mother and
grandmother since she was three years old. Carole hosts a weekly radio show called Heirloom Meals Radio, a storytelling platform she created to share treasured family recipes, stories, and tips…“savoring yesterday’s traditions today”, on NPR affiliate Robinhood Radio. Carole blogs almost daily about life on her farm, cooking and life.
Heirloom Meals Website
To be considered as a participant email Malika – info (at) associationoffoodbloggers.org. Hurry, deadline is July 20th. We can’t wait to see the tantalizing crepe recipes you’ll come up with!