Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches Cookbook Giveaway!

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The time has finally come – read the details on how you can win a copy of Emeril Lagasse’s soon-to-be-released cookbook, Kicked-Up Sandwiches!

If you’ve been following Solid Gold Eats, you may have seen my posts about French Bread Pizza Sandwiches or Chicken and Biscuits with Red-Eye Gravy, both of which came straight out of this cookbook.

I’m one of the lucky bloggers that received a copy of the book in advance so that I could share my experience with you and get you excited about the October 16 release! Now you can win a copy for yourself if you follow these simple rules!

To win a copy of Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches, you MUST do this:

  • Leave a comment on this post with an answer to this question – “How do you like to take a sandwich from ordinary to extraordinary? Could be a specific condiment, bread choice, or way that you put it all together!”
Extra entries will be awarded for each of these things, but you must leave a comment explaining you did so for each item:
  • Sign up and verify your email for the Solid Gold Eats mailing list (box on the right side of the page)
  • LIKE Solid Gold Eats on Facebook
  • Tweet “I want to win a copy of @Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches from @solidgoldeats http://bit.ly/PjuRW7!”
  • Follow the #SeriousSandwich Pinboard on Pinterest, where all of the cookalong bloggers pin their recipes!

Entries will be entered into Random.org and chosen on Friday, October 12 at 10:00AM EST. Winner will be notified via email. If the chosen winner does not respond within 24 hours, another winner will be selected. Good luck!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of Emeril Lagasse’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches in exchange for making several recipes and posting about them. All of the information I present is my opinion only unless otherwise stated.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/tracy.glassonwright Tracy Glasson Wright

    Kentucky Hot Brown (open faced roasted turkey, with cheese sauce, bacon, tomato): Instead of regular bread or Texas toast, I use a dense cheddar cheese baked bread and instead of a white cheddar sauce, I use a white cheddar and pepper jack cheese sauce with a touch of siracha sauce. Ummmm!! ( I signed up for the mailing list, liked Solid on FB)

  • http://twitter.com/KathyHelmond Kathy Helmond

    I tweeted! =)

  • http://twitter.com/KathyHelmond Kathy Helmond

    And I am following on Pinterest.

  • gail

    using sourdough bread makes a big difference

  • gail

    liked you on fb

  • 30A Eats

    Like the Kentucky Hot Brown Comment and your #SeriousSandwich posts! My giveaway ends tomorrow! Wish I had the French Bread Pizza now! Yum!

  • http://twitter.com/tokarrai Double T

    On a limited budget, it’s always something small. Whole wheat bread, cheese, and lunch meat, but using a spicy mustard or horseradish on it to give it a bite.

  • http://twitter.com/tokarrai Double T

    Subscribed to the Email list and verified using tokarrai at gmail

  • http://twitter.com/tokarrai Double T

    Of course, I have already liked on Facebook.

  • http://twitter.com/tokarrai Double T
  • http://twitter.com/tokarrai Double T

    And I followed the Pinboard. I will now stop spamming the comments.

  • http://theryancox.com/ Ryan Cox

    “How do you like to take a sandwich from ordinary to extraordinary? Could be a specific condiment, bread choice, or way that you put it all together!”

    I usually just x2 it — that is how I “kick it up a notch!” Double stacked Club sandwich being the biggest example. Additionally, I will take something I eat with my sandwich, chips, mac n cheese, etc.. and actually put it ON the sandwich. #BOOM

  • http://theryancox.com/ Ryan Cox

    I liked the page (check my comment on it)

  • http://theryancox.com/ Ryan Cox

    Tweet, done.

  • http://theryancox.com/ Ryan Cox

    Pin board, followed. I’m 5/5!

  • Maureen

    I love love tuna salad from the local grocery store. I am unusual (as they have told me) with the bread choice –it seems ordinary to me –I love it on RYE bread. Then I kick it up with shredded lettuce and slices of tomatoes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chris.elkins.5621 Chris Elkins

    I like to buy tuna steaks and smoke it with mesquite wood and then make a tuna salad with cranberries in it. From my own experience, fish and fruit go hand and hand. Add a pretzel bun and tomatos and lettuce, you then have a pefect sandwich.

  • Joan O

    To make an ordinary BLT into extraordinary I use spinach instead of lettuce, and add avocado.

  • Joan O
  • Joan O

    I follow #SeriousSandwich Pinboard on Pinterest.

  • Jessica

    Now I want a Hot Brown! But on to the contest: I think the best way to make a sandwich extra special is to make sure that each and every ingredient is the best quality you can get. From the bread all the way to the mustard – buy the good stuff! Life is too short to eat crappy tomatoes and white bread. :o) Also, I am a sucker for grilling any kind of sandwich. I think it just tastes better with warm, buttered bread.

  • Jessica

    1. Comment below
    2. Already subscribe to e-mail
    3. Tweeted! (@somebrunette)
    4. Already a Facebook “like”
    5. Pinned it!

    Now can we make Hot Browns?!??! :o)

  • Meryl

    I like to use a crusty baguette or pumpernickel.

  • Louis

    The right condiments and bread are essential.

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  • Jenne

    I like to add pepperoncini’s and horse radish to my Italian sandwiches which heightens the flavor.

  • Jenne
  • Jenne

    I liked Solid Gold Eats on Facebook

  • John Bekman

    Emeril’s he has the best reciepe and his food tastes so so good