Topping The Texas Grill

The 2014 Dish Theme: GRILLED DESSERT

Purpose:

PRIME Living magazine is taking submissions for the most delicious grilled desserts to be included in an upcoming feature article. Entry and submission is free and open to the public – please see submission guidelines below.

How to Enter:

Submission deadline is Monday, May 5, 5:00 p.m. CST

Submit your recipe and photos to: editor@prime-living.com

Put “Grilled Dessert Contest” in the subject line.

Photos can be emailed, sent via dropbox or other image delivery application.

Winners will be notified via email by May 7.

Direct all questions to: editor@prime-living.com

Winning Entries Receive:

The winners’ recipes along with a photo of their grilled dishes will be included in the July/August Food & Wine issue of PRIME Living magazine (readership of 136,000+). All winners will receive a digital badge indicating that they were selected as a 2014 winner of PRIME Living Magazine’s Topping the Texas Grill.

What to submit:

  • Your original grilled dessert recipe in a Word document. See Recipe Style Guidelines below.
  • Three to five high resolution photos (300 dpi) of the dessert from different angles. Please note that at least one of the photos should clearly show all of the ingredients that are visible (side view).
  • Photos – the grilled dessert can be photographed on the grill or on a white background preferably.
  • Your contact information – name, email and phone number.

Judging Criteria:

  • Recipe: Uniqueness; creative use of ingredients
  • Photos: styling, lighting, creativity (please note that submission of low resolution photos will disqualify the entry)
  • Dish: visually appealing

Recipe Style Guidelines:

  • The title of the recipe should be capitalized.
  • Start to finish time goes below the title.
  • The number of servings appears next.
  • List ingredients in the order used.
  • Spell out all measurements. When appropriate, unusual ingredients can be clarified within the list. For example: ghee (clarified butter).
  • Use numerals for all measurements, times and oven settings.
  • Instructions for making the recipe should be written in short, easy-to-digest paragraphs.
  • Begin sentences with equipment and technique, rather than ingredients. For example: In a medium saucepan over low heat, whisk together the butter and sugar.

If there are separate recipes for ingredients that are included in your main recipe, follow these same recipe guidelines.


2013 Topping the Texas Grill

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