And the Pillsbury Bake-Off category winners are….
| April 13, 2010
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Featured Recipe: Pillsbury Bake-Off's Salmon Pecan-Crusted Tartlets
Four contestants won $5,000 and a GE Induction Range last night at the awards ceremony of the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off. After a brief press conference, all four winners were whisked to Chicago where the Grand-Prize $1 Million Winner will be announced tomorrow (Wednesday) on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
We'll be announcing the Million-Dollar winner here on our blog tomorrow at about 11:30 a.m. EST. Here are the potential new millionaires:
Niki Plourde of Gardner, Mass., won the Breakfast & Brunches category for her Tomato-Basil Eggs Alfredo in Bread Baskets.
In the Entertaining Appetizers category, Evelyn Henderson of Roseville, Calif., took first place for her Salmon Pecan-Crusted Tartlets.
Kellie White of St. Louis, Mo., cooked up Zesty Lime-Fish Tacos and got the first place honors in the Dinner Made Easy category.
Sweet Treats saw Sue Compton of Delanco, N.J., win first for her Mini Ice Cream Cookie Cups.
We've posted all of the recipes here on Kitchen Scoop for you to check out. We're taking bets! Which one do you think will win the grand prize?
April 13, 2010
In the Entertaining Appetizers category of the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off, Evelyn Henderson took first place for her Salmon Pecan-Crusted Tartlets.Read full recipe.
April 13, 2010
Niki Plourde of Gardner, Mass., won the Breakfast & Brunches category for her Tomato-Basil Eggs Alfredo in Bread Baskets in the 44th Pillsbury Bake-Off.Read full recipe.
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