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It’s Time to Grill with a Food Network and Blogcritics Giveaway

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Oh man, summer is upon us, and if you're like me that means that it's time to go out and grill.  If you're my father, it's always grilling time, all you need is charcoal and – weather dependent — a winter coat.  But, for the rest of us, summer is when we tend to grill.  Be they hamburgers, hot dogs, steaks, shrimps, ribs, or just about anything that might have made a noise when alive, they're better cooked on the grill.  At least, they are until they burned to a crisp — folks, don't pretend you're serving blackened bratwurst, we know the truth.

Now, if you're the type who passes off blackened brats as real food, we may have some help for you.   Well, not just us, us and Food Network.  Those fine people are having their Grill Week the week of May 25th, and it's just the sort of thing that will help you not destroy those otherwise delicious dogs.  You just try and tell Bobby Flay that it tastes better with those black bits.  Flay knows when you're lying, Flay doesn't like lying, and even better than that, Flay will show you how to not destroy everyone's dinner ever again.

Now, if you're really a disaster on the grill it's possible that a simple Grill Week isn't going to fix all your problems, it's possible that you're going to need a little bit more than that.  So, Food Network is taking it one step further than just Grill Week.  Once Grill Week is over, Bobby Flay's new show, Grill It with Bobby Flay starts up (May 31st at 10:30am).  See, help is coming from all sides, and if that's not enough… well, take it away publicity people:

Get your grilling essentials this summer at Food Network! Whether on TV, Foodnetwork.com, or from Bobby Flay’s new cookbook, Food Network has lots of grilling tips that’s sure to help you master the grill!

See, if TV can't fix your grilling issues, they've got the net, they've got Bobby Flay's new cookbook, and we've got a giveaway pack with said cookbook for you.  One lucky winner is going to get a Food Network/Bobby Flay Grilling Basket; an All-Clad BBQ Tool set; Flay's new book, Bobby Flay’s Burger, Fries, and Shakes cookbook; and a canvas bag.

So, all you brat brutalizers, put down the tongs, help just may be on the way.

Our rules (these plus the ones on the entry page):

  • Fill out the entry form.
  • Entries must be received by June 13, 2009.
  • The winners will be drawn on or after June 14, 2009.
  • The winners will be notified by e-mail and in the comments section below.
  • You must be a U.S. resident to enter and over the age of 18.
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About Josh Lasser

Josh has deftly segued from a life of being pre-med to film school to television production to writing about the media in general. And by 'deftly' he means with agonizing second thoughts and the formation of an ulcer.
  • Cindy Merrill

    WhI am unemployed with minimal skills. My husband is on SSI, ($1100 per month)almost half goes to rent, another $100 for his meds ( he’s diabetic- and I’m type 2): The social worker refused to take into account the fact that John has to pay for his medications; therefore, we’re supposed to get by on $102 Foodstamp/Card assistance. We certainly can’t eat healthy on $25 a week- and the nearest halthfood store has unaffordable prices. If Obama is serious about reforming healthcare, he should raise the amount of food assistance for diabetics and those who require specific diets due to illness or injury. I am a ticking timebomb. When my husband passes away ( and with the quality of food we’re forced to eat, that won’t take long, 10-15 years?) I’ll be a burden on society in my early 60’s- I’m not alone. One out of every 5 Americans are either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetic. Please Help us. Also, I have posted requests with “Wish
    upon a hero” ( Food Historian is my
    member name)

  • Terri Egelund

    As a diabetic and my husband being a paraplegic, grilling seems to be the healthy way to eat. How do I get the flavor that we want and not all the extra calories?

  • Debbie

    nice prize

  • Lisa Woods

    If I can’t be the next food network star then I want to at least be able to grill like one, and maybe I can with Bobby’s book. :)

  • desiree kelley

    loveto grill out

  • Della

    I cook ok maybe if I win this cookbook I could be a great cook and make people say WOW! this is good,thats what a cook wants to hear.. [Personal contact info deleted]

  • Adele

    I’m glad we can get grilling tips on TV. I’m always looking for new ideas. Thanks for this offer.
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  • Erma

    I love the taste of grilled food. [Personal contact info deleted]

  • Ken H

    I love to watch Bobby on the TV.I have learned alot about cooking.The book will also help. [personal contact info deleted]

  • Carla

    Teenagers and I are learning to grill here, so Bobby’s book should guide us through the grilling style in the correct way.

  • Tina H.

    My husband and I love to grill our food, just tastes better that way and also more healthier for us.

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  • Bob HSTA

    I use dryer lint to start my grilling charcoals. [Personal contact info deleted]

  • Sue Marinelli

    I love to grill so I would love to win this prize [Personal contact info deleted]

  • http://tvandfilmguy.blogspot.com Josh Lasser

    And the winner is… Krista Lutz