Monday, February 17, 2014

EVENT | Thai Kitchen Canada's Lucky 7 Recipe Challenge! Vote for your favourite recipe!

Officially launched on January 6th of this year, Thai Kitchen Canada has selected Seven Canadian Celebrity Food Bloggers to compete in their Canada wide recipe challenge to find their new Canadian Ambassador. You can check out their winning recipes & vote for your favourite blogger & their Thai kitchen recipe!

So, why are we sharing all this with you guys? Well, you're the ones who get to pick the winner by deciding who's recipe deserves the win.  Who used the new Thai Kitchen products to the fullest?  Who's recipe is the most creative? Who's recipe would you like to have a bite of?

Each contestant came up with an original recipe and has been sharing them on social media.  Follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to find out what’s been happening in their kitchens and why not try out their recipes at your home as well?
Through the end of the month, you’ll get the chance to vote your favourite Thai Kitchen dish that will decide who the 2014 Thai Kitchen Ambassador will be.   

The best part? You can win these amazing prizes by voting!

$1,500 Air Canada Gift Card
$1,000 Jamie Oliver Cookware
$1,000 Apple Gift Card

Click on the images below to vote & win:

Spotlight on TORONTO!
Toronto's Celebrity Food Blogger is Melissa Ramos of Sexy Food Therapy (@sexyfoodtherapy). 
This gorgeous lady is not only a nutritionist, acupuncturist and owner of Sexy Food Therapy Inc, she's a total foodie and a health expert, regularly on Toronto's talk show, The Social.  Talk about being a Jill-of-all-trades!  We have nothing but admiration and love for her as she thrives to make everyone feel sexy inside & out!

We asked her what her 3 favourite Thai Kitchen products were and the reason for them:

1. Full Fat Organic Coconut Milk
Melissa: It's so versatile and can be used as a drinking dairy alternative, in pasta dishes and desserts.

2. Green Curry Paste
Melissa: I love the difference in flavour from red to green curry. Green curry has those hints of cilantro, kaffir lime leaf and basil. It sort of like the yin and red curry would be the yang in flavour. 

3. Red Curry Paste
Melissa: I love the heat and deep flavour of red curry paste. I love using it on meat dishes and various veggie dishes to give it a good kick.

You can definitely tell that she's a big curry fan, as are we!  We couldnt't agree with her choices more.

Check out a few of her creations using Thai Kitchen products:

So, what are you waiting for? Vote for your favourite Thai Kitchen recipe now!

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