Coyote Outdoor Living launches cooking contest

The Coyote Cookout Contest kicked off on Memorial Day

DALLAS– Coyote Outdoor Living is holding its first annual Coyote Cookout Contest from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Participants will be able to enter the contest by creating and sharing a recipe along with a photo or video of the food. The contest is open to anyone in the United States and Canada.

Contestants can enter by visiting, and inputting their name, email, zip code and name of recipe. Contestants can then click the “submit” coyotebutton to upload photos, videos and/or Word document with their recipe.

Four judges will determine the winner on Sept. 4. Judges include Chef Jonathan Collins from Canada, John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino from the HGTV show Kitchen Cousins, and interior designer Kerrie Kelly, brand ambassador for Coyote Outdoor Living.

Prizes include:
• Choice of C Series Grill or Asado Cooker plus a 21-inch Coyote refrigerator from Coyote Outdoor Living.
• Opportunity to become a Consumer Brand Ambassador for Coyote Outdoor Living.
• Being featured in the first-ever Coyote Cookout Contest Cookbook.
• Being named the Coyote Cookout Contest “Master Griller.”

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