Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Dreamland Bar-B-Que and Birmingham Public Library to Host K-8 Classroom Recipe Contest
Dreamland Bar-B-Que and the Birmingham Public Library invite K-8 classrooms to put on their chef hats and create a kid-friendly Dreamland recipe. One winning classroom will be treated to a Dreamland classroom party for submitting the most creative and delicious recipe.
The Jr. Pitmasters Cookbook Recipe Contest is open to all K-8 classes and homeschool programs within Jefferson County. The contest is part of the Birmingham Public Library’s Eat Drink Read Write Festival, set for October 3-10, 2014.
Each classroom may submit one or more recipes using Dreamland Bar-B-Que Sauce, Dipping Sauce, Seasoning Shake, and/or Rub. These items are available for purchase at Dreamland Bar-B-Que restaurants, local grocers, and online at www.dreamlandbbq.com. The recipes can be for appetizers, main courses, side dishes, or desserts. The recipes should be easy to make for kids.
Recipe submission forms can be found at Dreamland and the Birmingham Public Library’s website. The deadline for submission is September 17, 2014. Classroom recipes should be sent to email@example.com. To find applications, visit www.bplonline.org/eatdrinkfest and click on “contests.’’
Along with the recipe contest, all children in grades K-8 are invited to submit their own original works of art to be considered for the cookbook cover and inside illustrations. One piece of art will be selected as the cover for the Jr. Pitmasters Cookbook. Works may feature Dreamland Bar-B-Que or The City of Birmingham. The grand prize for the art contest is a $100 Dreamland gift card. Parents and children may submit art for consideration at the Central Library's Youth Department, second floor. The deadline is also September 17.
Winners will be honored during a family-friendly reception at the Central Library on October 6, 2014, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
For more information about the contest or the Eat Drink Read Write Festival, visit Dreamland Bar-B-Que on Facebook or www.bplonline.org/eatdrinkfest.
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