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Thursday, April 17

Flay-vors of Washington Contest

Okay, Cindy -- Here's your chance to redeem yourself:

Columbia Crest Winery, Bobby Flay, and Food Network are teaming up for a recipe contest called the "Flayvors of Washington," in which food and wine lovers can create and submit original recipes inspired by Columbia Crest wines and utilizing ingredients from Washington state.

The winner of the contest will enjoy a trip to New York City, where he/she will have the opportunity to cook his/her winning dish with Flay and then enjoy a special dinner at one of his restaurants, featuring wine pairings from Columbia Crest. There are also 2nd and 3rd place prizes.

The contest is open now. All entries must be received by midnight on May 31, 2008. To submit an entry, visit foodnetwork.com/columbiacrest.


At first when I saw this contest, I thought it meant the flavors of Washington, D.C., which confused me because I don't even know what you'd consider to be "local" D.C. flavors. Maybe some sort of Pinot Grigio & Ben's Chili Bowl concoction?

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At 4/17/2008 1:51 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bobby Flay looks just like the doll Chucky from the movie " Child's Play "...

At 4/17/2008 9:35 PM , Anonymous Gen said...

Dude, why isn't the contest prize a trip to Seattle? Isn't the contest about Washington state? Duh!!

At 4/17/2008 10:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

mmmmm....ben's chili bowl.

-mary alice

At 4/18/2008 8:04 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

ahhh I got so excited when I saw Flay and Washington in the same sentence!! very sad it's not DC. I have to disagree with you, though- I think the district definitely has local flavors


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