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Back-to-school simplicity: test and review the Bellini Kitchen Master

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Cedarlane Culinary is looking for five Canadian food bloggers who wish to use and review the new Bellini Kitchen Master (read all about this Thermal Blender designed for domestic kitchens and combines the functions of 8 appliances in 1 here.

Test and review the Bellini Kitchen Master requirements

1) Open only to FBC members residing in Canada.

2) To enter, please write a blog post telling us why you should be chosen OR what you would love to try cooking in the Bellini. Include a link to the public FBC post about the BKM [https://www.foodbloggersofcanada.com/?p=8770] in your blog post.

Submit entries by tweeting your entry to @CLCulinary using the hashtag #BelliniKitchenMaster and also leave a link to your blog post in the comments section below.

Blogger selection will be based equally on the following 3 criteria:

  1. Content – Why you and your readers would benefit the most from a Bellini Trial and how it could save you time in the kitchen.
  2. Relevance. How your entry and your blog fit with Modernist Cuisine. Cedarlane Culinary is a scientific cooking company so the more scientific the better.
  3. Mention which existing recipes you’d like to try in the Bellini and what new dishes you would like to try as well. Tell us how you would get creative & try experimenting with some new dishes. Over 200 recipes can be found in the ‘Bellini Addicts Recipe Book’.

3) Applications close on September 10th 2013 at 6pm EST and the five lucky bloggers will be announced on September 17th, 2013 in the FBC News and via email.

4) Bloggers will be able to use the machine and post recipes/reviews for at least 2 months (60 days).  All 5 participants must have at least 2 posts or reviews posted within 30 days of receiving the machine. From those selected to borrow and review the machine, the blogger with the most insightful and well-written posts & review will WIN THEIR BELLINI!  Blog posts must be received by November 23rd 2013  . There is no limit to the number of posts you can submit – all will be used to select the winner so the more you post, the better your chances. The winner will be notified via email on or before November 30th 2013.

Recommended Reading:  Back To School Simplicity with the Bellini Kitchen Master

The winning blog will be chosen based on the following criteria:
-Details of posts (the more detailed the better both in terms of the food & functionality of the Bellini)
-Engagement of readers & followers (Comments, Retweets, Likes etc)
-Creativity with new recipes
-Success with existing recipes
-Photography

6) As this contest coincides with Back-To-School, a preference will be given to submissions that show how the Bellini helps with your time management in the kitchen.

7) We ask that you give an honest review of the product after you’ve had sufficient time to use it. We do not want you to compromise the integrity of your blog but we are also very confident that you will LOVE THE BELLINI!

If you have any questions please contact the Cedarlane Culinary team at info@cedarlaneculinary.ca

Disclaimer: Participation in the contest constitutes permission of the contest sponsor to use the name, recipes and photographs for purpose of promotion, advertising and trade without further compensation. By participating in this contest all entrants agree to be bound by these Rules and Regulations. Please expect to provide web traffic statistics for your site upon request.

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8 Responses to Back-to-school simplicity: test and review the Bellini Kitchen Master

  1. Marisa August 29, 2013 at 9:19 pm #

    Wow what a great opportunity…I have just returned from Italy and this type of product is hitting Europe like a storm…I would love to try this machine

  2. Christopher Pires August 30, 2013 at 3:48 pm #

    Okay so I just looked at your recipe book – fascinated and curious. By way of background, I’ve recently started blogging at foodinspires.com, but am also doing teaching demo’s through the Loblaw’s What’s for Dinner program, teaching at Liaison College and run a Personal Chef business. This is a 2nd career (it was my first choice but not that of my parents back in the 80’s), so I am now living my dream. I spent a year in 2 cooking schools – George Brown and Liaison College (6 days and 4 nights in 2012) learning Baking and Pastry Arts and classical French and Italian cooking respectively. Modernist Cuisine/Molecular Gastronomy was something we learned a bit (not enough) about at school. I am the proud owner of the tome “Modernist Cuisine at Home” of which I have tried a few recipes. My website features some pictures of Grape Caviar with Calvados Sorbet, Arugula Terrine with Smoked Tomatoes et., that we did at school. I’m fascinated with the idea that Hollandaise Sauce can be made in this machine – really that any French sauce can be made in this machine. Also fascinated by the Indian food recipes. So this piece of equipment would be wonderful to experiment on. So, please watch for my blog (I will follow the instructions outlined in your qualifications above). Cheers and – sounds great!

  3. Christopher Pires September 3, 2013 at 9:49 am #

    The blog’s out.. hope to be a finalist! http://www.foodinspires.com/2013/09/03/bellini-kitchen-master/.

  4. Marisa September 5, 2013 at 9:01 pm #

    http://tastyd.blogspot.ca/2013/09/bellini-thermal-blender-get-ready.html,
    Here is my article for the Bellini Kitchen Master

  5. dishnthekitchen September 16, 2013 at 1:57 pm #

    Oh darn! Just saw this now :( I would have loved to review this product. We had several friends in Australia who had something similar and they used it all the time.
    With all the food prep and canning I’ve been doing lately this sure could have come in handy. One other thing I would like to try to make in it is custard.

  6. dishnthekitchen September 16, 2013 at 2:01 pm #

    @Mardi….you watch Masterchef Australia too. I thought I was the only Canadian. It’s absolutely my favorite cooking show. I love the skill level and personality of the contestants and the fact that they support each other and there’s no backstabbing. There are very few ‘learning’ cooking shows out there anymore :(

  7. dishnthekitchen September 17, 2013 at 1:14 pm #

    Okay, well here’s a long shot but just in case there are still some Bellini’s up for testing…
    http://dishnthekitchen.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/bellini-kitchen-master-a-food-bloggers-of-canada-opportunity/

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