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CONTEST CLOSED – King Cole Ducks Chefs’ Challenge

Nick Liu - DaiLo



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That’s why Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants asked three of Toronto’s best chefs to go head-to-head in our Miele kitchen to see what they could do with the world-class ingredient raised right here in Canada—King Cole Duck.

Chefs Geoff O’Connor of Nota Bene, Robbie Hojilla from The Harbord Room and Dailo‘s Nick Liu accepted the “Duck 3 ways” challenge – and then some.

The proof is in the pudding (or in this case, the duck) and the results from our Duck à la Canada’s 100 Best were nothing short of spectacular.

Check out the videos, and then vote for your favourite recipe.  The lucky winner will receive dinner for two at the winning chef’s restaurant. Just be warned – choosing will not be easy!

King Cole is the only fully vertically integrated farm of its kind in North America: from research and development, breeding, hatching, growing and processing to product development/cooking and shipping, every step in the process is in-house and hands-on.

There’s a reason why it’s the choice of food stores, butcher shops, delis and restaurants around the world.

So, be sure to visit King Cole Ducks for some great recipes—and a chance to win a delicious dinner!
Step 1: Vote for your favourite King Cole Ducks recipe

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[vc_tta_accordion style=”modern” shape=”square” active_section=”1″ title=”Contest Terms & Conditions” collapsible_all=”true”][vc_tta_section title=”View Terms” tab_id=”1458415656842-c507a915-a78a”]The contest is offered by: GDC Media Ltd., 35 MCCaul St. #405, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1V7.
The contest is “CANADA’S 100 BEST Presents King Cole Ducks Chefs Challenge”, to win one of 3 gift certificates for dinner at either DaiLo, Harbord Room or Nota Bene. Value of each certificate is $200.00.
Three winners will be chosen.

The contest is open to residents (19 years of age and older) of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. One prize will be awarded. Residents of Quebec are not eligible for entry.
The contest start date is midnight March 21, 2016 and the closing date is midnight, May 21st. The winner will be notified by email, and then couriered the certificate within seven days of the draw.
One entry per person. All entries must include participants: Name, age, address , email and phone number
The winner is selected by a draw from an official with witness from the publication Canada’s 100 Best.

GDC Media Ltd. at its discretion, may prohibit any person from entering the contest for disobeying the rules of entry.
The odds of winning depend on the number of entries received during the contest period.
GDC Media will use the personal contact information, as well as any photographs pertaining to the contest, of the wining entry to administer, promote and announce the prize winner.
GDC Media reserves the right to modify or alter the contest and its rules at any time without notice.
GDC Media is not liable for any personal injury or loss resulting from participation in the contest.
The prize is non-transferable, must be accepted as-is and may not be exchange for the cash value.
GDC Media is not responsible for lost or misdirected entries, including those that arise from technical failure.

No purchase is required to enter the contest.
[/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_accordion]Photo credits: Nick Liu / Mat Fabijanic, Geoff O’Connor via, and Robbie Hojilla / Mat Fabijanic


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