Is This Your Dream Job? : $500 Bucks In Your Pocket For Taste Testing Pumpkin Pies
“American as Apple Pie” is a saying that originated in England. Apple trees weren’t even native to America until the Europeans arrived.
Even the ingredients that go into making an apple pie aren’t from North America.
According to Food 52: Wheat originated in the Middle East, while pastry fats like lard and butter arrived when Christopher Columbus brought domesticated pigs and cattle to the New World. Crucial spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, meanwhile, came from far-flung countries like Sri Lanka and Indonesia. And of course, the art of pastry stemmed from a melting pot of culinary traditions in mainland Europe, particularly French, Italian, and Arabic.
Pumpkin pie’s origins didn’t start in America either. Pumpkins, however, did originate in North America thousands of years ago.
Pumpkins (along with other forms of squash) were a historically important food staple among Native Americans, and now they can help you win $500.
$500 bucks sounds good this time of year with the Christmas and Chanukah holidays just weeks away. Hey. $500 bucks is good any time of year to work what some call a dream job.
How would you like to be a taste tester for a variety of store-bought pumpkin pies made here in the U.S.A.?
Casino Canada is on the hunt for a pumpkin pie tester to seek out America’s best pumpkin pie.
The press release gives more details: Our pumpkin pie taste tester will tuck into tasty slices of pumpkin pie from Costco, Kroger, Trader Joe’s, Walmart, Safeway, and Sara Lee via Albertsons. The lucky winner will rank each pie based on taste, value for money, and overall fall vibes! We’re looking for someone who loves all things fall, from pumpkin spice to apple picking, and in order to pick the ultimate expert, we want to know why you think you’d make a top- tier taste tester. As well as tasting plenty of delicious pie, our lucky connoisseur will also get a $500 e -gift card of their choice. Feeling ready to tuck into a slice or two?
Please click the link for the full press release, you can also see the full campaign here: https://casinocanada.com/blog/pumpkin-pie-tester/