Jimmy Dean is hosting a giveaway along with 9 other Bloggers for a trip to New York City. The winner will receive a trip to NYC to attend a taping of the Rachael Ray Show. Jimmy Dean will provide airfare and accommodations for two. One of the 10 bloggers hosting the Crumble Rumble Giveaway will also win a trip for two to NYC to attend the taping of Rachael Ray. So four people will be going to New York. For Me to win, you have to win.
Have you tried the Jimmy Dean Hearty Sausage Crumbles yet? I tried them recently and made an excellent dinner. They make any meal that uses sausage ready in minutes because the sausage has already been cooked. If you haven’t used them yet you should try them out because creating a recipe is the way to win this giveaway.
Submit two recipes using the Jimmy Dean Crumbles. One of the recipes must be a breakfast idea but the other recipe is completely left to your imagination. Submit the recipes to email@example.com along with all of your contact information and mention you found out about the contest on Mom Start.
Feel free to share ideas in the comments section on your blog or on the Jimmy Dean Facebook page, but for official entry, you must submit your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entry is open from now until 11/26 and judging by Sara Lee chefs and the winner will be notified by 12/3/10
Key Recipe Entry Points:
1. Appeal: Does it sound good? Will it make readers want to try the recipe?
2. Originality: Is the recipe itself new and/or creative? Does the recipe stand out?
3. Use of Crumbles: Is it an appropriate use of the product? Do they use the sausage well or in an innovative way in the recipe?
4. Simplicity and Ease: Is the recipe easy to follow? Is the prep time reasonable? Ease of prep. Are the ingredients easy to find? Is the ingredient list reasonable?
5. Clarity and accuracy: Accuracy of the recipe. Clarity in the ingredient list (i.e. if onions are listed, state whether they are red, yellow, pearl, green, white that are called for in the recipe); clarity in the production steps (i.e. if something is cut, approximately what size: roughly chopped, minced, small dice, etc.); Steps written and/or numbered in a logical sequence.