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Spring recipe competition entries – recipe round-up

October 26, 2011

For the uninitiated, I’ve been running a Spring Recipe Competition on the blog, and because I know how much work it takes to put a recipe together and photograph it (oh how deceptively simple that sounds), it is only fitting that I do a recipe round-up! Here they are:

Esther Blythe’s Sage, almond & creamy feta fromage resting on a spiced baby beet compot

Esther Blythe’s spring lamb cutlets on a pumpkin, chickpea & tomato stack

Bron Marshall’s Mozart’s Orchard in the Springtime: Clearwater apple & cinnamon yoghurt panna cotta, She chocolat mousse & cinnamon sponge biscuit

Gina Cardwell’’s Spring tomato and grilled asparagus pasta

Steph Snelson’s Lamb in pomegranate, garlic & cumin marinade, with cauli mash and roast vegetable salad

You can vote for as many recipes as you like, but one vote per post per person. Vote by leaving a comment on the recipe you like best :) There are three prizes and four contestants, so if you really want someone to win, make sure to tell your friends to vote for them too!  Voting closes and winners determined 5pm NZ time, October 31st. Good luck to all!

Thanks to the following local food producers and retailers who have donated vouchers and products as prizes for the competition:

Relishes, chutneys, sauces, jams, jellies, and marmalades.
Aberfeldy fruit products
Award winning free range pork
Proper cheeses and baked goods
Walnuts & walnut products, grown and made in NZ

Specialists in Med foods, with a few local products

$100 hamper for 1st prize

Specialist imported and quality local ingredients

Goodies and gift voucher

3 Comments leave one →
  1. October 27, 2011 7:09 am

    Oh this is so tough. They all look amazing, I’ll pick the lamb though.

  2. Shareen permalink
    October 29, 2011 12:27 pm

    I’m going for the lamb also… looks delcious

  3. Shareen permalink
    October 29, 2011 12:28 pm

    and apparently I can’t spell.. delicious*

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