About.com Seeking Nominations for Readers' Choice Awards

ATLANTA-About.com is seeking nominations for its annual Readers' Choice Awards beginning Jan. 13. The awards showcase the best products, features and services in dozens of categories across all of About.com, including cooking equipment.

 

Within the cooking equipment category, nominations will be accepted for Best Cookware Line; Best Cutlery Line; Best Kitchen Tool or Gadget; Best Cookbook 2010; Best Blender; Best Food Processor; Best Slow Cooker; Best Ice Cream Maker; Best Countertop Grill and Kitchenware Brand of the Year.

 

Nominations will be accepted at cookingequipment.about.com <http://cookingequipment.about.com> from Jan. 13 until Feb. 4, and readers will have the chance to vote on the nominees from Feb. 11 through March 8. Winners will be announced on About.com on March 15.

 

For more information about the Readers' Choice Awards, visit awards.about.com <http://awards.about.com>  or cookingequipment.about.com <http://cookingequipment.about.com> , or contact Jessica Harlan, guide to cooking equipment, at cookingequipment.guide@about.com.

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