Hellmann's Vinaigrettes competition finalists announced – vote for who wins New York trip

04 July 2011
Hellmann's Vinaigrettes competition finalists announced – vote for who wins New York trip

Hellmann's has announced the finalists for its Design a Dish competition, which invites chefs to use its vinaigrettes to come up with the "coolest dish of the season" in order to win a trip to New York.

The finalists for the Hellmann's Vinaigrettes competition are:

â- Colin Scott, licensee, the Greyhound
â- Steven Smith, head chef, University of Durham
â- Jamie Perry, head chef, Hallmark hotel and spa
â- James Thompson, junior sous chef, Cedar Court Grand hotel

Now you can vote for whose summer salad recipe deserves to win the trip to New York. Simply log on to www.hellmannsdressingsforchefs.co.uk and vote for your favourite dish from Monday 4 July until Friday 22 July. You will also have the chance to win an iPod Shuffle in the prize draw.

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