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Buy My Book! And a Giveaway Too

Dudes and dudettes. You knew this day was coming, and now it is here.

My book is now out--it is in stores, and available online. If I do say so myself, it is a masterpiece of cookbookery, and if you don't trust me, then trust my mom, because she agrees (and she has promised to buy at least three copies at full retail price, although she hasn't paid me yet).

But I digress. Basically what I am saying here is: My book is out, and therefore, It Is Time for You to Buy My Book.

How to buy it? You can purchase a signed copy directly from me here; you can purchase a regular (unsigned) copy from Amazon (be sure to give it a glowing review!) , Barnes and Noble, Elliott Bay Books, Powell's Books, or find a local bookseller here. OR, I find it acceptable to wait if you'd like to buy one from me on my national bakery book tour, Tour De Sweet!

But because you've been so patient, I'm willing to give away one copy of the book per week for the next four weeks. Wow, lucky you! 

How do you put yourself in the running this week? Since it's October and officially Halloween Month, simply leave a comment on this post or on my Facebook page answering this important question: Candy Corn or Mellowcreme Pumpkins? And Why? I'll pick one lucky winner one week from today (10/13) and send them a signed copy of the book! Because I'm feeling generous, this giveaway is open to the US and abroad!

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Reader Comments (120)

I won't eat candy corn or those pumpkins but I do like them to decorate with. I really only like candy if it's chocolate. And not the fake chocolate pumpkins either. ick. The book looks adorable.
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterLisa
Candy corn for sure! (But not the chocolate kind!)There's just something weird about the thickness and texture of the mallowcremes I don't like. Congrats on the book! :)
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterCandice C.
Candy corn! Cuz I like eating each layer at a time...the little white tips are the BEST!
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterSabrina B.
Is it okay to love both? My favorite is always the "autumn mix", filled with candy corn, the chocolate-topped candy corn, and mellowcreme pumpkins. :) One happy family!
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterMelly
Candy corn! They have that little hint of salt that makes them so irresistable!
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterKristin
Candy corn. I know it's crazy but I am not a huge marshmallow fan except for rice krispie treats. Congrats in the book. I am hoping to make it to one of your la signings.
October 10 | Unregistered Commenterthuy
Candy Corn!! So many lovely childhood memories connected with this yummy sugary treat. I loved biting off the ends and sticking them together in different designs. (heck, I still do.) Congratulations on your fabulous book! Can't wait to pick up my own copy... **or even win one!! eeeep!**
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterMichaela
October 10 | Unregistered Commenterniana
Mellowcreme Pumpkins because they are bigger and to me taste less waxy than candy corn! Love them!
October 10 | Unregistered CommenterMadeleine
Living in England we don't have either :(
But candy corns are so cute so definitely my favourite!!
October 11 | Unregistered CommenterSara
Candy Corn just because I dont know what Mellowcream pumpkin is:) Funny isn't it, I have to google it!!!
October 11 | Unregistered CommenterTuturocks
Candy Corn - a truly american candy, so much so that I had to bring bags of it to my nephews in Australia for their classmates to try.
October 11 | Unregistered CommenterDonna
Candy corn. Not even a contest. I have a sick confession: I wait around all year for candy corn, and then I can't control myself and eat it until the point of getting sick. So much sweet, sweet sugar-y goodness. It's a problem.
October 11 | Unregistered CommenterEmily M
Candy corn. Pumpkins are too big and too much. Candy corn is the right amount of pure sugar.
October 11 | Unregistered CommenterIzandra
Candy corn is so addicting!
October 11 | Unregistered CommenterArjan
unfortunatly it is impossible to buy it in Vienna, Austria. I have to order it in the US (paying $25 shipping cost for a package worth $ 3 ...).
In December I´ll be in Seattle and I am desperatly looking forward to visit your shop and taste all the wonderful stuff I am so familiar with trough the internet.
October 13 | Unregistered Commentergudrun
Candy Corn! It brings back childhood memories... I have never had a Halloween without it!
October 13 | Unregistered CommenterJacqui
How awesome! Well definitely candy corn to decorate with and mellowcreme pumpkins to eat :)
October 13 | Unregistered CommenterGina
not sure why my first post didnt go threw from the 10th but

I would say candy corn hands down brings back wonderful memories from my youth.
My mom and grandma would make halloween treats using candy corn. And now I make them for my kiddos
October 13 | Unregistered CommenterDebbie
Candycorn. No, pumpkins. No, candy corn. No, pumpkins. So it has gone for years.....
October 16 | Unregistered CommenterLori
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