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Eggland's Best launches bigger and better 'Your Best Recipe' contest

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Eggland's Best, known for packing superior quality and premium nutrition into every egg, announced its bigger and better "Your Best Recipe" contest Monday.

Entrants can submit original recipes showcasing Eggland’s Best eggs for the chance to win $10,000! (And what an awesome ingredient to feature. Eggs are simple, natural foods and one of the most protein-rich you can find. )

Egg enthusiasts can submit their favorite, original egg recipes on the Eggland’s Best website through July 31 for a chance to win cash prizes.

The grand prize winner of the contest will be awarded $10,000, and $1,000 prizes will be awarded to winners in each of the following categories: Breakfast, Appetizer, Main Course and Dessert.

“We are thrilled to bring back the ‘Your Best Recipe’ Contest after the success of the inaugural contest,” said Charles Lanktree, President and CEO of Eggland’s Best. “With the addition of the ‘Fan Favorite’ and ‘Kid-friendly’ awards, this contest is bigger than ever before and we are looking forward to seeing even more great recipes!”

The “Kid-friendly” award will be given to one recipe that kids can easily help their parents with in the kitchen, and the “Fan Favorite” award will be determined by consumer voting. Both of these awards will come with a $1,000 prize.

Eggland's best has recruited some pretty egg-straordinary egg-sperts to judge, including Donna Pochoday-Stelmach, the first-ever winner of the Eggland’s Best “Your Best Recipe” contest, and yours truly, winner of the 2013 Eggland’s Best “Chief Egg Officer” contest.

We will help evaluate recipes based on creativity, taste, and visual appeal.

For official contest rules and to submit your original recipes, click here. Why Eggland's Best? For starters, thanks to its premium, special feed, each egg is packed with 10 times more Vitamin E, more than double the Omega 3s and 25 percent less saturated fat. To find out why Eggland's Best eggs are America's number one egg, click here.