If you love cooking, and can cook up a viral cooking video, then this cooking competition is for you. The big prize is 8 nights in luxurious hotels in Italy situated in splendid locations like Amalfi, Taormina in Sicily and eternally enticing Rome.
Held by Ragosta Hotels, the Ask The Chef Competition gives you an opportunity not only to broadcast your cooking skills but also to be rewarded with prizes including 8 nights in Italy at Ragosta Hotels Collection luxury hotels.
To compete, contestants must enter via the Ask The Chef Webpage , choose 10 ingredients used in Executive Chef Francesco Russo’s Ask the Chef Cookbook, invent an original recipe, make an instructional video of the preparation, upload video to their Youtube account and then send the video, along with the recipe information about yourself to [email protected]
Contestants will compete for best appetizer, first course, main course and dessert based on originality, ingredient use and preparation.
Winning recipes will be selected by Chef Russo himself.
The 1st place winner will receive four 2-night stays in Italy – a stay at each of the 4 luxurious Ragosta hotels.
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2nd, 3rd & 4th places will receive a supply of Lazzaroni products.
All four top recipes will be included on the Ragosta Hotels 2012 restaurant menu served in all of Ragosta’s fine dining restaurants.
The first place prize includes a two night stay at the Hotel Raito, on the Amalfi Coast, Relais Paradiso, named one Departures Magazine’s 10 Most Exclusive Amalfi Coast Hotels, La Plage Resort in picturesque Taormina, Sicily, and the new Palazzo Montemartini centrally located in Rome’s City Center. Creativity has never been this rewarding.
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For full details and instructions visit the Ask The Chef Competition website
Ragosta Hotels Collection is a proud sponsor of the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF).
Photo credit: Piazza IX Aprile, Taormina, Sicily, Italy by Tango7174