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Paul McCartney Announces Finalists in Vegetarian Recipe Competition

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We told you when Paul McCartney took to the web and asked fans to submit their very best recipes for a chance to be added to the Linda McCartney line of vegetarian foods, created by his late wife. And the three finalists in the contest have just been announced!

The winning recipe will be turned into one of their offerings, the contestant will receive a brand new Baumtic cooker and a hand-made kitchen table by Tichmarch & Goodwin, and a photo of the winner’s face will go along with every pack sold (seriously).

Each finalist gets to create 2 minute commercials where they are shown making their dish and asking viewers for votes, the commercials will air during the week of April 4th-7th on ITV1?s This Morning. The finalist with the most votes wins, and the final results will be announced on will be announced on April 11th.

So, just who are the lucky three?

Kate Ford is one of them, as she created a hearty mushroom, ale and puy lentil pie. While Susan Edwards whipped up a recipe for butternut squash and spinach lasagna, and Robert Stordy earned his spot with a vegetarian moussaka.

“Meat-free eating isn’t just for vegetarians, it’s for anyone looking to lead a healthier and more environmentally responsible way of living,” Paul McCartney said on his website. “Linda was always passionate about creating home-cooked meals, so I have been delighted with the enthusiasm and support we have had from our competition— it’s even inspired me to try some new recipes!”

Can’t wait to see who comes out on top! The winning dish will hit shelves in August.

Via Vegetarian Star

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