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Cooking Video Contest ends March 31 with incentives!

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The cooking video contest at http://www.cookingtipstv.com/ is ending on March 31st. There are great prizes including Grand Prize: Enclume’s most popular pot rack model for over three decades! This classic oval design is modeled after the first pot racks created for the King of France by his chefs three centuries ago.

John Boos Cutting Boards, Chef’s Design French Roaster, Dansk Peppermills, Xtreme cookware, Kyocera Knives, Minden Stove Top Grill, and Le Creuset French Oven are more of the prizes to be awarded.

For cooking video entries received now through March 31, 2010, I’ll send a copy of my new multimedia e-cookbook: Cooking Tips From Around the World, A Culinary Travel Adventure as a gift to you.

Your video should be no larger than 100 MB in either: mpg, mov or avi formats.

So go for it and get your cooking self out there! And most importantly: Have fun cooking!

International E-Book Cookbook complete with Recipes, Tips and Cooking Videos Released

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Cooking Tips from Around the World, A Culinary Travel Adventure, is a multimedia e-Cookbook and available online now. This e-cookbook is based on the travels of a foodie on a solo trip around the world filming cooking schools and chefs teaching their indigenous cuisine. The e-book’s author, Linda Naughton, says, “Join me in experiencing international cooking, the culture, products and people who are passionate about their regional food. You’ll learn great tips and recipes from some of the best Culinary Professionals around the world who will teach you how to prepare their dishes in an easy to understand English speaking format. By using recipes and tips in the e-cookbook with cooking videos, learn how to cook regional cuisine with products that are readily available worldwide.”

This Multimedia e-book is filled with great recipes, cooking videos with tips and photos taken on an international culinary adventure. Start in New Zealand and travel to Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bali, Thailand and Europe. With the importance of using regional sustainable foods, it’s a guide to learn how to prepare local ingredients in unique recipes.

An e-book, or electronic book, is a book published in a digital format that is readable on computers and compatible e-readers. With video links in the e-book, the viewer watches how a recipe is prepared along with the written recipes.

For a free chapter preview or to purchase, please visit:
http://cookingtipstv.com/ebook/cooking-tips-from-around-the-world/

About: CookingTipsTV.com began as a video portal of international cooking schools and culinary professions videoed during a worldwide adventure. Understanding the importance of sustainable foods, the site is where international chefs and foodies can upload their videos for viewers to rate and comment.

For more information, please contact:

Linda Naughton
linda@cookingtipstv.com
Twitter: CookingTipsTV
Skype: lnaughton

Cooking Video Contest Deadline Extended

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

It appears Santa is bringing video cameras to folks and they’ve asked CookingTipsTV.com to extend the video contest.

Cook, Shoot it & Compete is a Regional Cooking Video Contest for both Culinary Professionals and home cooks. With the importance of using sustainable foods not only for our health, but also the environment, this contest is encouraging the use of regional products and recipes.

Grand Prize is Enclume’s most popular pot rack model for over three decades. This classic oval design was modeled after the first pot racks created for the King of France by his chefs three centuries ago. John Boos Cutting Boards, Chef’s Design French Roaster, Dansk Peppermills, Xtreme cookware, Kyocera Knives, Minden Stove Top Grill, and Le Creuset French Oven are some of the regional prizes to be awarded.

Please visit www.cookingtipstv.com for more information or contact linda@cookingtipstv.com Get your cooking self out there!

The Chianti video shoot was a Trip!

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Sandro Bosticco, a master in Wine educating and part of the Slow Food movement in Florence, Italy, took me on an adventurous motorcycle ride through the city and hills. His wine knowledge is superb and explains how to read a Chianti label and tasting tips.