Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff

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2006/03/22 09:22:05 (permalink)

Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff

I just saw Ms Ginsburg who won a million dollars for her recipe on NBC's "Today" show. I am sure that there are mnay on this site who could enter.

http://www.pillsburybaking.com/prodpromo/bakeoff.aspx

Paul E. Smith
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    angeltx
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 14:23:08 (permalink)
    On the News today

    http://www.kwtx.com/home/headlines/2506271.html
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    brightcopperkettles
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 16:28:54 (permalink)
    Interesting. Never would have thought of that.
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    jvsmom
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 17:36:39 (permalink)
    I live for the Pillsbury Bake-off Cookbook that comes out every year - or every other year - with the bake-off recipes in it. A lot of the dishes I get asked for over and over again come out of these books.

    I don't think I'd ever have the guts to enter one of my own recipes though. But I admire those who do.
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    Greymo
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 17:39:38 (permalink)
    I used to love the Pillsbury bakeoff...............no longer. It is not the best recipe any longer; it is the best use of Pillsbury products.........yuck!
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    roossy90
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 19:30:52 (permalink)
    As I mentioned in the other thread with this subject, It sounds like something she made to get the kids to eat their greens....
    I tried those dunk'in's and.. blah.....
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 19:35:10 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Greymo

    I used to love the Pillsbury bakeoff...............no longer. It is not the best recipe any longer; it is the best use of Pillsbury products.........yuck!


    Greymo: I understand what you say but you gotta understand why Pillsbury pays a Million bucks for the winner.

    It probably ain't cause they use White Lily Flour

    I would bet somebody on Roadfood could win the money. As I understand it, the Lady from Austin area was not a professional. I think she was surprised she won. Good for her.

    Lleechef could have probably won if she had entered.

    Paul E. Smith
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    Greymo
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 19:42:23 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Sundancer7

    quote:
    Originally posted by Greymo

    I used to love the Pillsbury bakeoff...............no longer. It is not the best recipe any longer; it is the best use of Pillsbury products.........yuck!


    Greymo: I understand what you say but you gotta understand why Pillsbury pays a Million bucks for the winner.

    It probably ain't cause they use White Lily Flour

    I would bet somebody on Roadfood could win the money. As I understand it, the Lady from Austin area was not a professional. I think she was surprised she won. Good for her.

    Lleechef could have probably won if she had entered.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN




    Paul, she would never lower herself to using all that processed crap!
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    lleechef
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 23:32:57 (permalink)
    Thanks for the compliments Sundancer and Greymo but professional chefs are not allowed to enter these cooking competitions..........otherwise I'd be retired on a Caribbean island by now!
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    Bushie
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/22 23:46:28 (permalink)
    Screw all you people. I've met Anna, and she's a wonderful person. She hasn't had professional training, but she could "out-cook" everyone except Lisa.
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    RE: Pillsbury million dollar bakeoff 2006/03/23 00:35:08 (permalink)
    Congratulations to Anna from Austin! Her recipe is a little unusual but it must have been pretty darned good for her to win! The judges are pretty strict at these competitions. I was once a judge for a scholarship to Paris Cordon Bleu. We took points away because there were truss marks on the breast of the whole duck of one of the contestants. Talk about picky. But for a cool million......her dish must have been KILLER.

    Again, thanks for the compliment Bushie! But then, Bushie DID teach me how to cook Bushie's beans which everyone is now addicted to!!
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