Whole Foods contest finalist!

Whole Foods Market Cooking holds contests on a regular basis. They often challenge bloggers to post their best recipes using one particular ingredient. I entered their potato recipe contest with my Potato-Prosciutto Pizza, and recently learned that it’s a finalist!

I’m serious when I say that I’m just thrilled to be a finalist.

That said, if you feel like sending ole Rivertree Kitchen a vote, I won’t stop you. You have until Friday, Dec. 3 at noon Eastern time.

Some recipes come about by serendipity. You root around in the fridge, throw things together, and the result is pure heaven.

This was not the result of serendipity. I tried many versions of potato pizza. They were bland, or dry, or mushy. This version was the result of lots of trial and error. But boy, was it worth it! You don’t have to vote for this pizza, but I sure hope you try it at home.

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About Rivertree kitchen

I am a freelance editor with a specialty in cookbook editing. I've written two small cookbooks (50 Best Sundaes and 50 Best Cookies) and am currently finishing a collection of my own recipes from soup (Sweet Potato-Pear) to nuts (Spicy Almonds). Despite my immersion in recipes, my favorite way to cook is to see what's in the fridge and wing it. I live with my husband, son and dog in rural Wisconsin. Husband (Tom) and son (Luke) are talented cooks themselves; the dogs (Cleo and Libby) not so much. But they're young yet. All the photographs in this blog are my own creations. I'm a neophyte in the world of food photography (as if you couldn't tell), but I still claim blushing ownership of the pix you see here. If you want to reprint them (I can't imagine why), please give credit, if for no other reason than to pass on the blame.
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3 Responses to Whole Foods contest finalist!

  1. Bryan says:

    Yeah! That’s great news! Fingers crossed, Nan!

  2. Hi there Nancy, I was the lucky person to receive a dozen of your fabulous cherry-clementine biscotti for the Great Food Bloggers Cookie Swap 2011. They arrived in good shape and I have dipping them in hot milky coffee for my afternoon break. Check out the Cookie Swap’s facebook page to see the photo of them I posted a day or so ago…I think it was on Tuesday afternoon. I have signed up to your blog site as well so I can keep up with what you are doing up there in Wisconsin. Thanks.

  3. Fantastic website. Plenty of helpful information here.
    I’m sending it to a few buddies ans additionally sharing in delicious.
    And of course, thank you to your sweat!

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