Calling all Alton Brown fans – a Giveaway

As I said yesterday, I got to meet Alton Brown this week. It was one of the best days in recent memory. I was literally giddy.

Have you seen his new book? It weighs about 4 pounds and contains about 400 pages about the first SIX seasons of Good Eats. He’s got recipes and drawings and tips and random facts about the show.

I’m offering an autographed copy of Alton Brown’s Good Eats The Early Years to one lucky reader!

Some rules:
– The prize will only be shipped to US mailing addresses.
– Enter by midnight (EST) next Thursday, October 22.
– One lucky winner will be chosen at random on Friday, October 23.

To enter, leave a comment answering:
– What is your favorite Alton Brown recipe/episode/tip/memory?
– If you aren’t as big of an AB fan as I am, that’s fine, you can still enter. Just comment with something you hope to learn from reading this cookbook.

To answer my own question, my favorite episode is “Chips for Sister Marsha” which is no surprise since I love The Chewy so much.

Don’t forget about my Power of Pink Challenge going on all month.

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5 Responses to “Personalized Autographed Pioneer Woman Cookbook Giveaway”

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    Bianca @ Sweet Dreaming — March 6, 2012 at 8:10 pm

    I would tackle this cookbook with my best friend! A joint custody kinda deal 🙂

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    Mrs. G — March 7, 2012 at 2:50 am

    I would keep it for myself but with no special inscription. Just to me.

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    Jeff and Amy McKissick — March 8, 2012 at 11:18 am

    as a pioneer church planting missionary in rural Paraguay i would have to use the book myself (although i may share with my team mates on occassions). the inscription: May you bless others through your hospitality and food.

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    Julie Edmonds — March 9, 2012 at 11:45 am

    I would keep this book for me and the inscription would read “To my favorite paper crafter – keep sharing your creativity. “

    (a gal can hope right )


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    Wendy — March 10, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    Definitely me! Just signed by her with no inscription – seems weird to tell someone to write something.

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