And The Winners Are…

Well, if I didn’t know it before I know it now – you love sandwiches as much as I do! In particular, you love bacon lettuce and tomato sandwiches in all shapes and sizes, which means  we have a whole lot in common because yep, that’s one of my all time faves.  I know, shocking. That and this bacon, egg, brie and spinach sandwich that I sometimes dream about.  But enough about that…let’s get to the three winners of that scrumptious Emeril cookbook up there!

As usually, I let random.org pick the winners, because I could never ever choose between all this sandwich deliciousness…and there they are!

Cheri, who said: Pita sandwich stuffed with hummus, olives, veggies, feta and a big dollop of tzatziki sauce!  Whoa.  My head is spinning with deliciousness!

Gillian, who has lots of favorites (a girl after my own heart!) who said: I am obsessed with the Gatsby Arrow you so kindly introduced me to. I love grilled cheese, whether it be fancy cheese with bacon or just butter-bread-American cheese-bread-butter. I have a strange attachment to the peanut butter-pickle sandwich, but I like to spice it up with potato chips. And if you count burgers as sandwiches – I certainly do – those. Just for the record, I definitely, positively count burgers as sandwiches!

and Charlene, who said:I absolutely LOVE pulled pork sandwiches!! Me too!

Congrats to you!  And thanks so much to everyone else for all those fabulous suggestions…I have enough sandwich ideas to keep me going for a good long while.  I’ll be back with another cookbook giveaway soon, and tomorrow with recipe for grilled macaroni and cheese sandwiches.  Yep, I went there.

Happy sandwiches!

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  1. Karen Nelson says:

    Congrats to you all!!!

  2. Charlene Thompson says:

    So happy to win the cookbook. I really enjoy reading your blog and have tried some of your recipies. All have turned out well.

  3. Congrats, you guys!

    Has anyone thought about canonizing the Earl of Sandwich? A strictly culinary canonization. Nothing blasphemous. ;+

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