The grand-prize winner for best overall recipe and winners in each category will be featured in the May 2013 issue of Kentucky Monthly magazine, and each winner will be awarded Kentucky-themed prizes. The grand prize package from Baker-Bird Winery includes a taste of history and country estate luxuries in beautiful Bracken County. One lucky home chef will enjoy a one-night stay* and breakfast for two at Hawk Wood Hall and a historic tour of Baker-Bird Winery, the oldest commercial estate winery in America (*reservations are required and subject to availability.)
The 2012 grand prize-winning recipe for warm bourbon apple cheddar tartlets was submitted by Janine Washle of Big Clifty. View the recipe here (http://www.kentuckymonthly.com/
Recipes must be each contestant’s own original creation and not previously published. Recipes must include a list of all required ingredients in specific, common U.S. measurement units, step-by-step preparation instructions and cooking times. Recipes submitted in the Go Local Fare category must also include at least one ingredient that is either grown or made in Kentucky. Contestants also must describe their connection with Kentucky, including but not limited to current and previous residents of the state and/or subscribers to the magazine. Submissions with other compelling ties to Kentucky will be considered.
All entries and materials submitted in connection with the contest, along with all copyright, trademark and other proprietary rights associated therewith, become the property of Kentucky Monthly upon submission, and entry materials will not be returned. By submitting (a) recipe(s) to the contest, entrants acknowledge that Kentucky Monthly will own all rights to use, modify, reproduce, publish, perform, display, distribute, make derivative works of and otherwise commercially and non-commercially exploit the submitted recipes in perpetuity. No purchase is necessary to enter or win.
About Kentucky Monthly
Established in 1998, Kentucky Monthly celebrates the people, places, events and culture of the Commonwealth. By highlighting the best our state has to offer, the magazine strives to unite Kentuckians everywhere and create a sense of pride and community. The magazine is published 10 times per year and covers a wide variety of topics including travel, history, home, human interest, entertainment, outdoors, opinions, education, health and the arts.
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