Thursday, September 27, 2012

Tupelo Honey Cafe's Holiday Recipe Contest


I know how some of you love to enter recipe contests so I wanted to share this press release from the Tupelo Honey Cafe with you so that you can start planning your entries. If you're not familiar with the Tupelo Honey Cafe or its cookbook, you can find out more by reading my review here.

If you enter the contest, please consider letting me know by leaving a comment on this post. You don't have to share any information regarding the recipe. Thanks!

ASHEVILLE, NC (September 21, 2012) – Tupelo Honey Cafe, one of Asheville, NC’s signature
restaurants, is launching an on-line holiday recipe contest for home cooks who want to showcase
their own creative, flavorful dishes. A prize will be awarded in each of the three categories:

Holiday side dish
Holiday dessert
Holiday left-overs!
The contest runs from October 1 through November 16th with all entries judged by Tupelo
Honey’s Executive Chef Brian Sonoskus and his team of taste-testers. The three winners will be
announced December 3rd. Each winner will receive a $200 gift card redeemable at any Tupelo
Honey restaurant or in the Tupelo Honey Cafe on-line store at

In addition to the grand prize winners, a drawing will be held each week for a free copy of
Tupelo Honey Cafe Cookbook: Spirited Recipes From Asheville’s New South Kitchen.
All entrants are encouraged to submit recipes that reflect the creativity, layers of flavors, and
fun synonymous with the restaurant’s fare. For contest rules, visit
contest rules.

Tupelo Honey Cafe offers scratch-made Southern cuisine with unique creative touches and a
panoply of flavors. With two locations in Asheville, NC, a third location at 1 Market Square in
Knoxville, TN, is scheduled to open October 12, 2012, and a fourth restaurant in Johnson City,
TN, is to open fall 2013.

Press Release provided by:
Leah Quintal

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