And Then There Were Five …
5 Finalists Named in the 4th Annual Manischewitz Cook Off
Here's an update on the Man-O-Manischewitz 4th Annual Cooking Contest. As I might have mentioned in passing (you know, real casual-like), I will join host Jacques Pépin as a guest judge for the Man-O-Manischewitz Cooking Contest grand finale. This year's ingredient is Manischewitz all-natural, no-MSG canned broths (there's even a low-sodium version). These are the 5 finalists:
Rachelle Lapidus, a stay-at-home mom from Lawrence, NY, who is cooking Creamy Tarragon Chicken.
Harold Cohen, a retired reconstructive plastic surgeon and a Vietnam War veteran from Hollywood, FL, who is cooking Ethiopian Chicken Stew.
Julie DeMatteo, a retired high school English & French teacher and mother of two from Clementon, NJ, who is cooking Hungarian Chicken Spaetzl.
Jamie Brown-Miller, a wine and dog lover and Humane Society volunteer from Napa, CA, who is cooking Rosemary Duck Cassoulet.
Sarah Freedman-Izquierdo, a lifelong food industry insider from Miami Beach, FL, who is cooking Mandarin Dumpling Soup.
Congratulations to all the finalists and good luck!!!
The Grand Prize Winner will be selected in New York City on March 18th at the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan. Until then, please check out my video interview with Manischewitz at Kosherfest 2009, which features their awesome all-natural broths. Or try these great recipes; they're perfect for Manischewitz broths:
The Grand Prize Winner will be selected in New York City on March 18th at the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan.