Gourmandize.com announces holiday baking competition. Running until Jan. 26, member can submit holiday baking successes for a chance to win prizes.
Gourmandize.com, a newly launched self-publishing service dedicated to cooking, announces its most recent recipe competition with the theme holiday baking.
The recipe contest, beginning Dec. 26, 2013, will run until Jan. 26, 2014. Members will be able to submit unlimited recipes to the contest for the chance to win the first prize, a Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Second and third place winners will receive a Cuisinart immersion blender and a cake pop maker respectively. The contest is currently open to participants 18 years of age and older, who reside in the US or Canada. Gourmandize and its international team will choose the winning recipes on originality and photo quality (if applicable).
"As the holidays wind down we thought this would be the perfect competition to show off successful holiday dishes," Stephanie McIntosh, International site manager stated. "Most people take photos of their baking creations, now they have a chance to share them and win some great prizes."
Gourmandize has hosted several recipe contests since the website's launch this past summer. In addition to monthly recipe competitions, Gourmandize has also given away hundreds of free cookbooks as holiday gifts to members. The cookbook-publishing site continues to offer the first custom cookbook to each new user for free until Feb. 28, 2014. After this date Gourmandize will continue to offer cookbook-publishing services with formats ranging from $13-$40.
For more information contact local site manager Lydia Lane at Lydia@gourmandize.com
Gourmandize.com was launched in 2013, with the same ideals as parent company and one of France's top cooking sites, 750 Grams International. Gourmandize offers members a new, fun way to store and print recipes. It is a welcoming, open community of people who love all that is food and cooking related, and who enjoy sharing this passion with others. The site features food bloggers from the United States and Canada, along with cookbook publishing and recipe competitions.