Enter to Win a Family Vacation

By: Cooking Channel Staff

To celebrate the new season of   My Grandmother’s Ravioli (premiering Wednesday, October 2, at 8pm ET), Cooking Channel and Amtrak are teaming up to give away a family vacation on one of the company’s unique long-distance trains. The grand prize is 4 round-trip tickets with sleeping accommodations on Amtrak plus $2500 so you can spend time with the people you love across the country. (It’s completely up to you whether or not you cook up some treasured family recipes when you get there.) Enter now!

Be sure to tune in to the new season of My Grandmother’s Ravioli starting October 2 to watch the very funny Mo Rocca learn to cook from grandparents in their kitchens across the country.

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