Cancun, Mexico, December 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Real Food and Health, one of the fastest growing digital publications of 2011, is teaming up with Marginal Boundaries (http://www.marginalboundaries.com) to produce the Eat, Drink and Be Merry recipe contest for the holiday season. Starting December 7th, 2011 and running until December 16th, 2011, the contest is a celebration of recipes from around the world, with a focus on real food that is also healthy for the holidays and every day in between.
The winner of the Eat, Drink and Be Merry contest will receive a year’s subscription to the Real Food and Health publication (http://realfoodandhealth.com/). As one of the newest faces in the real food and healthy eating/lifestyle genre, Real Food and Health is the first exclusively digital magazine for the Real Food industry, and has been rapidly rising through the ranks at Amazon.com, where the Kindle version is available. You can also download the magazine directly from the Real Food and Health website as a PDF.
The judging for the contest takes place at the Facebook page for Marginal Boundaries (http://www.facebook.com/MarginalBoundaries), where submissions are judged by a panel of peers based upon the recipe and submitted photos. The recipe with the most “Likes” by the end of the contest earns a year’s subscription to the Real Food and Health magazine, along with copy of one of the “Live Like a Local” travel guides produced by Marginal Boundaries.
Marginal Boundaries is a lifestyle, travel and culture website founded by T.W. Anderson, a location independent digital nomad since January of 2008. The company provides generalized travel information along with a free information booklet titled “30 Ways in 30 Days: Transitioning into the Location Independent Digital Nomad Lifestyle.” Their signature guides, titled “Live Like a Local,” focus on specific cities around the world where Anderson has lived, offering readers specific tips and advice on how to transition into living like a local so they can experience the absolute freedom of the location independent lifestyle.
More information on the contest can be found at http://www.marginalboundaries.com/2011/12/eat-drink-and-be-merry/.