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Calling All Creative Sandwiches!
Summer picnic season is well underway and that means weve all been eating lots of sandwiches. Well, it's time to break out your best better-for-you sandwich creation and enter it in the America's Better Sandwich contest! The fabulous Chef Fabio Viviani shares some of his delicious sandwich creations.
As a sandwich lover and a stickler for fresh, seasonal ingredients that let foods natural goodness shine, Chef Fabio understands the importance of using whole grain bread as the foundation of any better-for-you sandwich. His philosophy? Layer the best bread with delicious, simple and nutritious ingredients to get friends and family asking for seconds at any summer celebration.
From June 24 to August 17, 2014, wannabe chefs nationwide can visit www.americasbettersandwich.com to submit up to two recipes in each sandwich category: Creative Classic, Stealthily Simple, Fueling Good and Meatless Marvel-all for a grand prize of $25,000 (now that's a lot of bread!). Entries will be judged on nutritional quality, unique and creative flavor and perceived ease of preparation. The winners will be announced on National Sandwich Day, November 3.
About Chef Fabio:
Chef Fabio has owned and operated restaurants in his native Italy as well as restaurants across the U.S. Best known for his appearance on season 5 of Top Chef in 2008, earning Fan Favorite and returned in 2010 to compete in their Top Chef All Stars edition and a spinoff culinary reality show, Life After Top Chef. Chef Fabio is a recurring guest on shows such as GMA, The Talk, The Chew, Ellen, Good Day LA and Access Hollywood. He is also the host of the award winning web series, Chow Ciao! He has authored two successful cookbooks and his Ebooks appeared on multiple Amazon bestseller lists.
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