Foodie needed to promote imported Peppercorn via recipes added to webpage and posted via social media.

Hello.  We need someone who knows fine food, can develop this into a sophisticated webpage, is adept at social media, and has a network in the US gourmet food use an organized set of recipes to promote our imported Cambodia Peppercorn to both food journalists and to buyers (more B2B, but also to consumers).  You would curate one page of our website and coordinate with the Social Media staff of the chefs and restaurants submitting the recipes. 

The goals are to generate press coverage, to create a buzz by associating our product with foodie experts with web followings, and to maintain/promote the resulting network.

Hootsuite is set up. The recipes are being collected. The product's quality and story will ensure a warm reception for all your postings. 

Send me an email if you are interested.

- Rob at

For an amazing collection of Cambodian recipes please visit Chef Channy's YouTube site.

...and here are some by other chefs:

delmonico steaks


  • 4 teaspoons Kampot black perpper / ground or crushed
  • 2 Delmonico Steaks
  • - Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • - Sea Salt


Brush the steaks with olive oil.  Rub each side with salt and 1 teaspoon Kampot black pepper.  // Marinate for 30 minutes. // Grill steaks on hot coals for 2-3 minutes each side for medium rare. // Serve immediately.

Used with permission from Cooking On The Weekends

Used with permission from Cooking On The Weekends

Pepper chocolate chip cookies

Please visit Valentina's delicious website for this and other great recipes:

Cooking On the Weekends

on Facebook too...

Also from Cooking On The Weekends

Also from Cooking On The Weekends


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