Southern Rockefellas for the Lambs & Clams Cooking Contest
You may have seen my recipe post for the Southern Rockefellas come through on Wednesday. This is my second entry in the Lambs & Clams Cooking Contest with BB&T’s Charleston Wine & Food Festival. I included a link to vote in that post, however, the link was not working until this morning.
Here is the original post with with the recipe and description of these Southern “fellas.”
Here is the link to vote.
If you like my Southern Rockefellas, I would appreciate your vote in this contest. You need to go to Facebook and first “Like” the Charleston Food and Wine Festival’s page. You will then be able to access the link to vote on the Lambs & Clams Cooking Contest page. From that page, you can “Vote” using the vote button just below the banner on the top right. Voting is now open.
Thank you and have a great weekend!
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Gwen Pratesi is a James Beard Foundation Award Finalist in Journalism and award-winning travel writer. She is the author and owner of PratesiLiving.com with her husband, coauthor of Southern Heat, and co-owner of On the Road Culinary Adventures, a culinary travel business. She is a contributor to the Travel section of U.S. News & World Report and freelances for other publications including The Points Guy, USA TODAY, Cruise Critic, Travel + Leisure, Garden & Gun, Marriott Bonvoy Traveler, Reader's Digest, Forbes Travel Guide, Smarter Travel, TripAdvisor, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine and World Travel Magazine. Her work has also been featured on MSN, Yahoo!, Business Insider, and SheKnows.
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She and her husband traded in big city life in Atlanta for shorts and flip-flops on Fernandina Beach, Florida. They are enjoying the coastal lifestyle with their Tibetan Terrier, Rhythm.
Voted! Looks good enough to eat. Best of luck in the contest.
Thanks so much, Maureen!