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Winter Warmer Contest!

In our December E-Newsletter, we listed some of our favorite "Winter Warmer" flavors and ingredients.  We also pointed to braises, stews, and soups as staple dishes for the season.  



Now Local In Season would like to know what your signature winter dish is! Submit your recipes/photos online, and the Local In Season team will select 5 finalists from all of the entries for an online fan vote!


The winner of this recipe contest will have their recipe featured on Local In Season in addition to winning $50 to the local restaurant of his/her choice!





*Local In Season writers and their immediate family members are not eligible for this contest, however, LIS contributors (i.e., those people who have had fewer than 3 articles published on LIS) are. 



*Each entry must be a complete recipe including ingredients and cooking/baking method. Photos are encouraged, but not required.

*All entries must be submitted to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by December 31st at midnight (EST). 

*Please announce your entry on either Twitter or Facebook! 



*The Local In Season  team will select 5 finalists from all entries based on originality, creativity, and the use of local/seasonal foods. For the purposes of this contest, "seasonal" should reflect the seasonality of the Northeast/early winter. "Local", however, can reflect any region...the goal is to support your local farms and food purveyors! This selection process will end on January 7th, 2011.


*The 5 finalist entries will be published on Local In Season on January 10th. 2011, and an online vote will determine the winner. Voting will close on January 15th, 2011 at midnight (EST) and the winner will be announced (on LIS, Twitter, and Facebook) on January 17th, 2011.


*The winner will have his/her recipe featured on Local In Season, and will receive $50 to the local restaurant of his/her choice.





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