Pipin' Hot Spots: Upcoming events!

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September 25, 2010, 11:01 am
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(TV Diner) - Billy Costa has all the information you need about upcoming TV Diner events.
2nd Annual Hood New England Dairy Cook Off - Presented by Hood Sour Cream

Now though September 30th, submit your best recipes for the 2nd Annual, Hood New England Dairy Cook Off!  

On Saturday, October 30th, 30 semi-finalists will compete at the Ocean Gateway Terminal in Portland, Maine - for a grand-prize of $10,000!  

All you have to do is create an original recipe, using one approved Hood product - and the 10 grand could be yours.

For contest rules, and instructions on how to enter, just go to www.hoodcookoff.com

Meatball Madness

Home Market Foods and TV Diner have paired up to bring you Meatball Madness!

Now through October 10th - submit a recipe using any variety of Cooked Perfect Meatballs - and you could be one of ten finalists that compete on TV Diner for $1,000!

Originality and creativity are a must - so start thinking, and start cooking!

Just go to www.necn.com/tvdiner for details on how to enter.

20th Anniversary + Cupcake Celebration of Cambridgeside Galleria

October 3rd from 12pm - 4pm.

For more information  www.cambridgesidegalleria.com


Tailgate with Billy at Patriots Place

Join, Ming Tsai and Patriots Hall of Famer Steve Grogan for a cook-off to celebrate Ocean Spray's Fall Harvest Weekend at Patriot Place Oct. 2-3.

Saturday 11-4p (Tailgate cook-off starts at 1p outside of Tastings Wine Bar and Bistro) and Sunday 11-4p.

Enjoy Taste of Patriot Place, with free samples of menu items featuring New England's favorite Fall fruit, the Ocean Spray cranberry!

Tags: TV Diner, Billy Costa, Joe Piantedosi, Meatball Madness, New England Dairy Cook Off
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