Nov 1
2010

Food Ninja Contest Awards

in Food Ninja

 Voting for the Food Ninja Contest categories is over and it’s time to reveal who you voted as the best representation of Food Ninja spirit in each category!  I have to say again how impressed Bella Ninja, Salty Ninja, and I were with each entry.  Y’all are a talented bunch!!  A huge thank you to our awesome prize sponsors: Zojirushi, ManPans, Ergo Chef, Marx Foods, and Simon & Schuster.  Thank you for providing the awesome rewards for our talented Food Ninjas!

 Food Ninjas Unite!

The winner of the Food Ninja Blog Post category, and the recipient of the Zojirushi Zutto Neuro Fuzzy Rice Cooker, is Paola Thomas (mirrormirror) for her post Food Ninja — Peperoncini e Melanzane Sott’olio, detailing her escapades with red hot peppers.

The winner of the Food Ninja Photo category, and the recipient of the Ergo Chef Guy Fieri Knuckle Sandwich 8-inch Chef’s Knife, is Sherimiya (Happy Little Bento) for her photo of the Ninja In The Fruit Bento.

The winner of the Food Ninja Recipe category, and the recipient of the Marx Foods Dried Hot Chili Sampler, is Kathy Gori (The Colors of Indian Cooking) who shared her Chile Verde recipe for “True Ninjas” as she cooked under the threat of the knife and blogged on painkillers: Cooking When You’re Going To Be Unconscious.

The winner of the Food Ninja Video category, and the recipient of the ManPans 10-inch Fry Pan, is Sonoma Bento (Sonoma Bento) who showed how a Food Ninja works in action to make a Ninja Bento. 

The winner of the Food Ninja Wild Card category, and the recipient of ‘The Food Matters Cookbook,’ by Mark Bittman, courtesy of Simon & Schuster, is @Jeters (FoodBat) for her Ninja Baker comic strip.

CONGRATS! We will be in contact to get your snail mail addresses so that your prizes can be shipped to you.  Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry.  You are all amazing!!

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paola@mirrormirror November 1, 2010 at 7:54 pm

Wow ladies, thank you SO much, and thanks to everybody who voted for me. A little overwhelmed actually – there were so many incredible posts…

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Kathy Gori November 1, 2010 at 11:06 pm

Yow!!! I am totally stoked the World Series and a Food Ninja win all in one night! Thanks so much to all of you and everyone who voted for me..and Congrats and love to all my fellow Food Ninjas out there.

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Lyndsey November 2, 2010 at 7:42 am

Congrats to all the winners! You all did such a good job!

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Sonoma Bento November 2, 2010 at 10:17 am

So many great entries! Now I want to cook risotto in a courtyard in Croatia while deboning a chicken wing and battling crazed brussel sprouts. I loved all of the video entries, you guys rock!

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Jennifer Fisher November 2, 2010 at 12:53 pm

Ha! Tickled pink that people liked my little cartoons. Thanks Foodninjars!

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Nancy@acommunaltable November 2, 2010 at 2:04 pm

This was a great contest and I am so bummed I wasn’t able to enter – timing and technology were just not on my side!! I love reading the entries and loved the format!!

I hope you all had a great time putting it on!!!

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sheri November 2, 2010 at 9:26 pm

Totally stoked to be a foodninja and win the honors amongst such an outstanding group. Thanks a lot !!

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