If you are a massive fan of food and wine, and if you get goosebumps thinking about a food and wine experience then you have to read each word here.
Close your eyes and imagine the fun that happens when you join an online contest and you get to show off your best recipes and how they go best with your favorite wines!
And what would you call a contest such as this? You’d call it The Great Taste Challenge.
Men and women from across the US literally went into their favorite recipe books to decided what to make in their kitchens.
And this was all done on video camera.
These very personable people showed exactly how they made their dishes on camera.
Then those wonderfully animated people revealed what type of wine they thought complimented that dish best.
There they were, doing the thing that gives them such incredible joy…showing off their talents in the kitchen for their love of the corkscrew!
And these entries this year literally poured in.
What a wonderful way for people to show off one of those things in life that simply brings them so much joy. And who even knew that so many people were this passionate about the pairing of foods and wines? Who really knew that there were so many people out there looking for an excuse to create a food and wine experience?
And then the voting fun started.
That’s when these wonderful folks started to harness Twitter and Facebook and Flickr and every other social site they could to get the word out as quickly as they could that their video recipe submission needed the vote. It very quickly became an “American Idol” like atmosphere for voting where people not even associated with the contest started to have real favorites. Total blast.
These video entrants then started to get the word out about voting so that people would find their videos and start the process of picking a winner.
What a blast.
But guess what…the Great Taste Challenge is not yet over and is still looking for you to get in on the voting!
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