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PRODUCT WATCH: Martha Stewart Wine

  Soon it will be possible to eat an entire Martha Stewart dinner. The lifestyle guru, who has most recently launched a line of food products with Costco, is now creating wines with E & J Gallo. The “Martha Stewart Vintage” will debut with 15,000 cases next year: a 2006 Sonoma County Chardonnay, a 2005 Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon and a 2006 Sonoma County Merlot. Initially, the wines will be sold for $15 per bottle in six cities where the Martha Stewart brand is particularly strong: Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Denver, Phoenix and Portland, Oregon.

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CONTEST: Holy Guacamole

  Sign up for the California Avocado Commission’s recipe e-mail list and you’ll be entered to win a $500 grocery gift card for the groceries of your choice. Visit Avocado.org for details.

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CONTEST: Win Delectable Cookies

The Cooperstown Cookie Company is marking the beginning of Fall with the its Baseball Cookie Playoffs. Vote online at CooperstownCookie.com for your favorite flavor of Baseball Shortbread, and you might win a box. The baseball-shaped cookies come in four flavors: Classic Shortbread, Mudville Mudball Chocolate Chip Shortbread, Boys of Summer Lemon Shortbread and All-Star Almond Shortbread.Each week leading up to the World Series, the Cooperstown Cookie Company will pick a voter   Cooperstown Cookies
at random to win a free Ballpark Bunt Box, the company’s newest product. The winning flavor will be announced at the National Baseball Hall of Fame World Series Gala on October 27. Read our review of the baseball shortbread wonders.

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CONTEST: Win Dinner For Ten

Why take out? Visit RealAsianMadeSimple.com to enter to win an authentic Asian dinner for 10, cooked by TV chef Katie Chin, courtesy of Simply Asia and Thai Kitchen.

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CONTEST: Turn Your Kitchen Catastrophe Into Cookware

  As Halloween approaches, AliveAndCookin.com is inviting people to share their own personal cooking nightmares in the site’s first “Skeletons in Your Kitchen” Contest. The website is looking for real-life kitchen catastrophes to share and laugh about with their readers. Why? According to Cherie Boldt, Brand Manager of Alive & Cookin’, “We all have a humorous cooking story in our past, and reading about someone else’s horrifying cooking experience makes us feel a little better about our own culinary skills.” There are spooktacular gifts, the first-place winner will receive a 20-piece set of premium Stainless Steel Saladmaster Cookware.

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