|By PR Newswire||
|April 15, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New Dare Crackers' chef and spokesperson, Kayne Raymond, will invite viewers and one lucky sweepstakes winner into the kitchen, sharing his recipes and how-tos for creating party worthy appetizers that are full of flavor and light on prep. No matter the occasion or crowd, Chef Kayne will help viewers kickoff entertaining on the right bite with simple and delicious recipes for a spectacular spread.
During April, just in time for the season of celebrations, Dare Crackers' commercials will air on local CBS television stations across the country, featuring BBC America's No Kitchen Required cooking competitor and professional chef Kayne Raymond. With so many reasons to entertain – Easter, Mother's Day, graduations, Father's Day and showers – Chef Kayne's tasty twist on starters will get party hosts mingling and guests deliciously munching.
"To me, cooking is about family, friends and good times. My experience, travels and love of impromptu get-togethers, have given me the know-how to whip up amazing appetizers and light meals that are flavorful and inventive. My go-to recipes always include Dare cracker varieties. With all the shapes, sizes, flavors and textures, they're the perfect canvas for creativity."
Chef Kayne will inspire palates with seasonal flavors and fresh ingredients in recipes such as Smokin' Good Prawns, Field and Stream, and Marrynate Me. The adventure chef will demonstrate how viewers can easily prepare these toppings and assemble them on Dare cracker varieties. The Dare Crackers' spots featuring Chef Kayne will air in commercial breaks during morning newscasts on CBS stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, and Boston markets from April 14 to 18 and June 9 to 13.
In conjunction with the sponsored TV spots, Dare Crackers will launch the Inspire Every Bite Sweepstakes on Facebook. Entrants can browse ten recipes created by Chef Kayne and vote for a personal favorite. The randomly selected winner will co-host a party with Kayne Raymond for nine guests. To see Chef Kayne's recipes and enter the sweepstakes, go to www.facebook.com/Breton.
For more party planning inspiration and delicious recipes, visit www.darefoods.com.
About Kayne Raymond
One of the world's most adventurous chefs, New Zealander Kayne Raymond has traveled the globe in search of culinary inspiration, worked in cutting-edge restaurants and was featured on BBC America's No Kitchen Required reality show. He has made appearances on Food Network's Chopped and served as the Private Executive Chef to exclusive clients, including the CEO of Oracle. For more information on Kayne Raymond, visit www.kayneraymond.com.
About Dare Foods Incorporated
Dare is a Canadian, family-owned company with a 120-year history of providing Canadians with the quality products that make every snacking, entertaining and lunchbox occasion better. The company was a pioneer in offering peanut-free food solutions, and continues to develop delicious new cookies, candies, fruit snacks, crackers and fine breads to satisfy the changing needs of Canadian families. Key brands include Breton, Bear Paws, RealFruit, Whippet, Simple Pleasures, Boulangerie Grissol and Wagon Wheels. With six plants and more than 1,100 employees in North America, Dare is headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario.
SOURCE Dare Foods Incorporated
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