from the press release
DALLAS, TX (May 27, 2015) – Bertolli® Olive Oil announced the launch of the Bertolli Olive Oil Taste of Tradition Recipe Contest in celebration of the brand’s 150th anniversary.
The contest is the second in a series of exciting Bertolli activities this year in celebration of 150 years of delicious meals and memorable food moments made better by Bertolli. For this 150th anniversary celebration activation, Chef Fabio Viviani and Bertolli Olive Oil are asking food lovers across America to submit their favorite family or original recipe, using Bertolli Olive Oil and/or Bertolli Vinegar, to BertolliOliveOil.Tumblr.com for a chance to win the Grand Prize—a culinary trip of a lifetime for two to Tuscany, Italy!
Bertolli Olive Oil recipe entries will be accepted in five categories: Appetizers, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, Soups/Salads and Desserts. Recipe instructions and ingredients along with video or photo should be submitted to BertolliOliveOil.Tumblr.com no later than July 31, 2015 at 11:59pm PST. Creative cooks can find full contest rules at the Tumblr main page.
Chef Fabio Viviani will judge the top recipe submissions in each of the five categories based on creativity, presentation, ease of replication and clarity. Five recipe category winners will each receive a KitchenAid® Artisan® Design Series Stand Mixer in Champagne Gold, a year’s supply of Bertolli Olive Oil and a signed copy of Fabio Viviani’s latest cookbook Fabio’s American Home Kitchen. One Grand Prize winner, selected from the five category winners, will also receive a dream trip for two to Tuscany with a helicopter ride over the Italian countryside, a hands-on cooking class, and a hunt for the perfect truffle!
To provide other cooks with delicious inspiration, select recipe entries will be show cased on Bertolli’s social media channels during the contest-entry period. Additionally, the top 150 recipe entries will be included in a special edition, digital cookbook created by Bertolli Olive Oil for consumers to use, share and enjoy. The digital cookbook will be published online this fall.