Wednesday, October 7, 2009

First Ever Noshing Around Contest

Posted By on Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 8:38 AM


I've got a free copy of the Field Guide to Candy to whoever e-mails the best candy recipe to by Saturday, Oct. 31.

The book is a cornucopia of confection information, including recipes for everything from rice-crispy treats to chocolate-covered strawberries that look like they’re wearing tiny tuxedos. My personal favorite is the recipe for chocolate-dipped potato chips, the mere thought of which makes my love handles jiggle with giddy delight.

Entries will be judged by assistant editor Irene Messina and me, Adam Borowitz. I'll mail the book to the winner.

Good luck, and if this contest goes well, we'll be holding more in the near future.


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