Calling all home chefs!
Enter our annual recipe contest to win cash prizes!
2020/21 Recipe Contest – Bananas!
Our contest is going BANANAS! This year we’re looking for original, delicious banana recipes! Everyone loves bananas—they’re delicious, nutritious, and versatile: they can be used in both sweet and savory dishes. So dig around for that yummy banana recipe that the family raves about and share it with us. Who knows, you may see your name in print, and possibly win some cash!
Win Cash Prizes:
1st Place – $250
2nd Place – $150
3rd Place – $100
No professional cooks, please. Your recipe must be original and you must include at least one banana in the ingredients.
All entries must be received by February 14, 2020. Winning recipes (and winners’ names) will be shared on our website, on social media, and in the 2021 Farmers’ Almanac. All recipes become the property of Almanac Publishing Company.
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