33 recipes for "contest"
Apple Danish Roll-Ups

Apple Danish Roll-Ups

Jul 14, 2005

In a recent recipe contest held by the Thames Valley Children's Nutrition Network, this recipe from Payton Landsborough from Colbourne Street School in Strathroy was a winner.

The Taste of Summer Sandwich

The Taste of Summer Sandwich

Jul 14, 2005

Submitted by Tina Lissemore of Port William, N.S., this is the grand-prize winner of our 2005 Canada Day Chicken Challenge contest.

Breakfast Rainbow Crepes

Breakfast Rainbow Crepes

May 12, 2007

This delicious grand prize winning recipe was created by grand prize winner Mary, from Ontario, in the Weight Watchers SPLENDA® Sweet Recipes Creation Contest.

Barbecue Chicken Panini

Barbecue Chicken Panini

Jul 14, 2005

Submitted by Cheryl McGinnis of Thunder Bay, Ont., this is a second-place winner of the 2005 Canada Day Chicken Challenge contest.

Rosti Potatoes

Rosti Potatoes

Oct 13, 2006

These delicious potatoes accompany the Stuffed Beef Tenderloin recipe that garnered top spot in the 2007 Canadian Living Cook of the Year contest.

Bodybuilder Cookies

Bodybuilder Cookies

Jul 14, 2005

Chris Rokosh of Calgary entered our Great Canadian Cookie Contest with these energy-inducing morsels. The surprise ingredient (Cheddar) intrigued us, but it was the delicious taste and crunch that won her first prize.

Grilled Rack of Lamb with Blueberry Shiraz Reduction Sauce

Grilled Rack of Lamb with Blueberry Shiraz Reduction Sauce

May 13, 2009

I am very excited about entering my recipe in the 2009 Canadian Living Cook of the Year Contest. I am an avid home-cook and love creating new and exciting home recipes to make for my family and friends. I am a firm believer in seasonal cooking, using the freshest ingredients available, and making use of local ingredients whenever possible. Consequently, I was delighted to see that this year's contest was to feature Canadian ingredients. I wanted to take things a step further and include some local Newfoundland ingredients. Newfoundland and Labrador has some wonderful producers for fresh, often organic, produce, seafood and meat products...and of course the island is well known for it's abundance of wild berries. Berry picking is a provincial past-time in late summer and early fall and many families, including my own, can be found on the hillsides or barrens, bent over and collecting gallons of sweet, juicy berries to be used fresh, or to be frozen for use during the long winter months. I knew as soon as I read about this year's contest that I wanted to feature these berries, along with our wonderful, locally-raised lamb and artfully crafted local wines, in my recipe. I hope you enjoy a taste of Newfoundland!

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