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Three Weeks Left in Ambrosia Recipe Contest

November 21, 2013 - 4:15 PM

Ambrosia Apples Orchard to Table Recipe Contest has gathered entries from all across Canada.

Ambrosia apples are unique as an ingredient in recipes as they are slow to brown, have a natural sweetness, and retain their shape when baked or cooked. The main rule for the contest is that Ambrosia apples – raw or cooked – must be prominently featured in the dish.

There are four prizes from Cuisinart and Breville totaling over $1500. First prize is a Cuisinart 5.5 quart stand mixer, second prize is a Breville Juice Fountain® Elite and third prize is a Breville All in One™. There is also a People’s Choice prize of a Cuisinart 5.5 quart stand mixer.

The contest runs through to December 10 at 4 p.m. Full rules and regulations can be found online at ambrosiaapplescontest.com

About Ambrosia

-  Ambrosia apples were discovered in Wilfrid and Sally Mennells’ orchard in the sun-drenched Similkameen Valley of British Columbia in the early 1990s. A chance seedling grew in a row of Jonagold apples. Commercially viable chance seedlings are extremely rare. Wilfrid Mennell named the bi-coloured apple Ambrosia, which in Greek mythology means food of the gods.

-  In 1993, with the help of the Okanagan Plant Improvement Corporation (PICO), the Mennells registered the apple and took it to market.

-  Ambrosia is a low-acid apple, which makes it easier for kids and older people to digest.

-  Ambrosia apples are grown by farmers in North America, Italy, Chile, and New Zealand.

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