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Kikkoman has recently premiered a documentary entitled "Make Haste Slowly: The Kikkoman Creed." Our bloggers have had the chance to review this wonderful film directed by Academy Award Nominated Filmmaker, Lucy Walker. The documentary tells us about how Kikkoman's family creed has been passed down for nineeteen generations and that it has been a family run company for over 300 years.
Click on the reviews below to see how our bloggers enjoyed watching the film and how family tradition means so much to them. Also, to celebrate the Kikkoman Heritage, each blogger is giving away $1,000 gift card to hopefully be used for cooking classes so that you can build your own family tradition.
The BlogHer "Make Haste Slowly" Sweepstakes run from 1/7/2013 through 2/28/2013 and are only open to individuals who, at the time of entry deadline, are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years or older. Click here to read the official rules. Winners will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Good luck!
Do you guys have recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation? I do! I have a bunch of German and Bulgarian recipes that have come from my Omi and Papa. Omi is from Germany and is filled to the brim with great recipes from her mom and from her mom’s mom. I guess that would be my great great grandma? Maybe? You do the math and let me know. Papa has tons of great Bulgarian recipes that are literally out of this world....more
Since starting Steamy Kitchen, I've been making it a point to learn about the people behind the products that I feed my family. Not only is the quality of the product important, but the integrity and goodness of the team is, too. Kikkoman asked me to watch this documentary called Make Haste Slowly: The Kikkoman Creed, which was directed by Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker. The 24-minute documentary tells the story of Kikkoman’s rich heritage and the family creed that has shaped the company for over 300 years....more