The Internet Kitchen: #loveyourleftovers Giveaway!

It’s every bit as weird as I thought it would be to see my book in an actual store. I imagine it’s similar to a musician hearing their song on the radio for the first time.

That said, I don’t have a super clear idea of where, exactly, Love Your Leftovers is being stocked and I’d love your help in finding out more!

The Giveaway!

I want to give away two signed copies of Love Your Leftovers to you all. Entering to win one of these copies is super easy.

To Enter:

1) Snap a picture of the book at your local bookstore or any place you happen to see it.

2) Post that photo on Facebook or Twitter with hashtag #loveyourleftovers and say where you saw it!

I’ll pick two random people from the list of hashtags in three weeks (ending 04/18) and send you a signed copy!

That would really help me get a sense of what stores are stocking it and how they are displaying it so thanks for your help!

The Poll

It’s finally almost spring time and I want to make something fresh. Pick a veggie!

The Links

Fresh Horseradish Twice Baked Potato – A good baked potato holds a special place in my heart, but adding fresh horseradish to it is just an amazing idea. (@ Girl Vs Dough)

Braised Short Ribs and Cheesy Grits – It might be technically spring but it doesn’t exactly feel like it yet. If you are still freezing, make this over the weekend! (@ Brown Eyed Baker)

Spatchcocked Chicken – After I read this I immediately added spatchcocked chicken to the top of my list of things to try on the grill this summer. (@ Chasing Delicious)

100 Calories of Nuts – I love eating nuts for a snack, but that snack can quickly get out of hand for me. Here’s a visual guide on how many nuts equals 100 calories! (@ The Kitchn)

Have a great weekend everyone! Snap those bookstore pics!

7 comments on “The Internet Kitchen: #loveyourleftovers Giveaway!

  1. Nick,
    I received a copy of Love your Leftovers, and it is a pragmatic work of cooking genius! The recipes are all super easy but what I really like are the multiple variations of dishes. I love cooking new and exotic recipes but i’ve found that making a big batch of anything leads to some serious burnout/overkill and I get sick of what was once amazingly good. The new book addresses this issue and it reinvigorated how I think about cooking new recipes. Thanks again for the book–

    Doug

  2. So very happy for you and yours that this dream has come true. Wish I could participate in the “search” for the book, but alas!, I am one of the non-tech,no facebooks/twitters/snapcam set…
    I can tell you that I am thrilled that your book is available at Books-a-Million, Amazon, and, especially, Powell’s. That’s the big time!

    1. Thanks Leebee! If you email me a photo or something of it, I’ll definitely include you. nick AT macheesmo DOT com. :)

  3. Hey Nick –

    Just wanted to let you know that your poll doesn’t show up in Chrome. Unfortunately I missed out on the poll because I didn’t think to try Safari until just now!

    1. Hmm… I can see it okay in Chrome. If you have any sort of javascript or ad blockers it might block the poll b/c it’s coming from a third party website.

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