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Lard | October 06, 2017

Sweet or Savory: Coast Packing’s Lard Lovers Recipe Contest Is On a Quest for Maximum Flavor

Sweet or Savory: Coast Packing’s Lard Lovers Recipe Contest Is On a Quest for Maximum Flavor

Lard Lover Recipe Contest: You’ve got a little under a month to dig out that amazing family recipe – you know, the one that uses lard so creatively that it’s been handed down through the generations – and submit it to Coast Packing Company’s first-ever #LardLovers Recipe Contest.

Coast Packing, the West’s largest supplier of healthy animal fat shortenings, knows (as do so many home cooks) that lard is what makes dishes from pie crusts to breads and cookies, from fried chicken to tamales, fantastically flavorful.

Contest entries will be accepted online through midnight Friday, November 3.  To enter, contestants can use the online form.  Alternatively, entries can be submitted via Facebook.

The judging panel includes Evan Kleiman, host of KCRW’s popular “Good Food” radio feature and longtime Los Angeles restaurateur; OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano, author of Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America; and LA Weekly food editor Katherine Spiers, host of the podcast “Smart Mouth.” The lineup of prizes, with identical awards in both the sweet and savory categories, includes the following:
  • First place: KitchenAid® Professional 600™ Series 6 Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer (estimated $600 retail value)
  • Second place: Le Creuset Stoneware 6-piece Heritage Bakeware Set (estimated $250 retail value)
  • Third place: Gotham Steel Titanium Ceramic 9.5” Non-Stick Copper Deep Square Frying Pan (estimated $50 retail value)

“Lard is the one ingredient that never fails to speak ‘flavor,’ even as it brings out the best in everything it touches,” said Ernest Miller, Coast’s Corporate Chef.  “Lard is traditional, authentic and true to its roots and culture. There’s a reason certain ingredients are traditional — they provide better taste and quality than the non-traditional alternatives.”

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