Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Food Fiction Contest

The new Food Fiction Newsletter is out and it's FANTABULOUS! Jessica & Michelle did a great job this month! Make sure to check their sites so that you can sign up! You don't want to miss another month! Jessica & Michele.

And now for this months AWESOME giveaways ~

This month Joanna Campbell Slan is giving away a signed copy of Cut, Crop, & Die and Hank Phillippi Ryan is giving away a signed copy of Prime Time, a CSI t-shirt, one of Charlie McNally's favorite cookbooks, The Minimalist Cooks Dinner by Mark Bittman, and an assortment of glam lip gloss! All to one lucky winner! In addition, Hank will send out signed copies of Prime Time to THREE bonus winners! To enter, tell us about your favorite dinner from the grill or send us your best grilling recipe!

To enter: Send us an E-MAIL ( foodfiction AT gmail DOT com) by August 1st with the subject line JULY CONTEST and tell us about your favorite dinner from the grill. As usual, the grand prize winner will be chosen at random, but we'll have some bonus winners for recipe entries, tales from the BBQ, etc. ...

RULES: One entry per person and U.S. mailing addresses only, please. Please include your mailing address so we can send you your prize! You will be signed up for guest authors' newsletters and the the Food Fiction newsletter, if not already. (You can always opt out later!) By entering the contest, you give us permission to post your first name, last initial, and state if you are a winner. We may also post your recipe in our newsletter or the Food Fiction site (crediting you, of course!) if you are a winner.

Contest ends August 1st.


Neas Nuttiness said...

OMGoodness - I burn everything on the grill. LOL

How about my favorite baked bean recipe, to go with whatever someone else cooks up for the bar-b-q?

Libby's Famous Baked Beans

1 lb. ground round - browned and drained
1 lb. bacon - cooked until crisp
1 lb. (yes a whole pound) for dark brown sugar
A couple of big squirts of prepared yellow mustard
About 1/2 cup of ketchup (or catsup
- whichever floats your boat)

Combine all ingredients in a large casserole dish. Bake at 325 degrees for several hours.



Neas Nuttiness said...

And I did read the directions and sent the recipe to the Food Fiction;-)