The Chickie Award – Top Recipes of 2009

Hey foodies, post a link to the recipe on your website/blog that you consider to be your best and get a chance to win a $100 Visa Gift Card!

By 12/31/09, leave a comment on this post letting me know which recipe on your site you’d like considered, and you could win!

Top 10 recipes will be featured in a special post.

* Open to US and Canada residents only. Contest ends 12/31/09 and entries must be received by then.  Winner will be selected at my discretion by 1/15/10.  Open to FOODWINECHICKIE Twitter followers only.

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12 Responses to The Chickie Award – Top Recipes of 2009

  1. […] This post was Twitted by foodwinechickie […]

  2. bakinandeggs says:

    So excited about this competition – so fun! I would like to enter my Grilled Bacon Wrapped Cheese Stuffed Chicken. It’s the all-time most popular recipe on my blog and an original creation.

    http://bakinandeggs.com/2009/04/21/grilled-bacon-wrapped-cheese-stuffed-chicken/

    And I follow you on twitter – @jdecurtins.

  3. I would like to submit my recipe and story about “Greens” and links to the Matzo Ball Soup recipe.
    please enjoy this recipe with my complements. wb
    http://www.wildriverreview.com/wildtable/?p=544
    follow me on twitter@ WarrenBobrow1

  4. […] This post was Twitted by njmyway […]

  5. One of my favorite original recipes is for the Tortilla Chicken Soup! It will spice up any cold night 🙂

    http://www.thenovicechefblog.com/2009/09/mexican-tortilla-chicken-soup.html

  6. Peter says:

    We’re upon the holiday season and a fitting and fab dessert is a Greek Baklava. This recipe will have you wielding phyllo pastry with confidence and you’ll impress your guests with this crispy, delicious and syrupy dessert.

    http://kalofagas.ca/2009/04/28/baklava%CE%9C%CF%80%CE%B1%CE%BA%CE%BB%CE%B1%CE%B2%CE%AC%CF%82/

  7. Rachel says:

    I recently served up some Stickie Chickie. I grew up on this dish and it’s a great way of incorporating wine into your cooking. If you are looking for an authentic, Italian home-cooked meal, this is for you!

    http://www.locodiner.com/2009/12/sticky-chickie.html

  8. For the more adventurous who are seeking new heights in flavor combinations.

    The sweet and heat combination make for a wonderful explosion in your mouth. Enjoy!

    Red Thai Shrimp with Coconut Lime Dulce de Leche Dipping Sauce

    http://www.gourmetgirlmagazine.com/09/09/eprecipes.php

  9. Spa Eastman says:

    This Swordfish with ginger and lemon sauce is always a hit at the Spa: http://bit.ly/5f5YWD .

    (and it gets even healthier with a little glass of natural wine! here’s why: http://bit.ly/4nJAnB .)

    Santé!

  10. I would like to enter my very own creation Stuffed Black Bean Poblano Peppers. Smoky roasted peppers stuffed with a mixture of black beans, cheese, zucchini, tomatoes and rice. You are going to love it!!

  11. Annelle says:

    This recipe for manicotti has been a favorite in our family since early marriage. It’s changed a little over the years, but continues to please everyone around the table.
    http://aroundannellestable.blogspot.com/2009/10/prepare-ahead-holiday-meal-manicotti.html

  12. Hello there, opening up a blog website and began creating somewhat varied articles for it. Do you object if I write about this blog? I will of course provide you and this site full acknowledgment.

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