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    Fine Cooking is looking for America's Best Home Cook

    PanNan
    Tue Feb 10, 2004 7:59 am
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    The grand prize is $15,000. Professionals are not allowed to participate. It works somewhat like our RSC - a list of ingredients is provided. Check this out if interested: www.finecooking.com/contest
    Mysterygirl
    Tue Feb 10, 2004 12:52 pm
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    That sounds cool. But, I'm in a house that I want to sell in a couple of years so it wouldn't make much sense to put that kind of equipment into this one. icon_confused.gif
    Spoongal
    Thu Mar 18, 2004 10:37 pm
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    I think that one still has some time left on it, so let me make a general comment for the gal who was worried about moving.

    First of all, when a contest says a 'kitchen make-over' and specifies an amount, about 9 times out of 10, they'll send you a check, and won't care how you spend it--even if the contest promises a 'make-over'.

    There are some where they actually do arrange for your kitchen (or whatever) to be made over--but they're few and far between.

    However, this contest isn't an actual kitchen make-over. If I recall the rules/prizes correctly, the grand prize is a major appliance from either SubZero (refrigerators/freezers) or Wolf (ranges), and a bunch of other unspecified kitchen equipment. Do go to the site and check out the fine print on that one thoroughly--it does sound a little misleading if you don't plow through all the rules, etc.

    Have to say, that was one of the really fun ones I've worked on this winter--and win or not, I ended up with a recipe my husband and I really loved, so it was more than worth the effort.

    Good luck to anyone who decides to enter.
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