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Thursday, August 19, 2010
Bite and Booze BBQ Recipe is a Finalist for Tony Chachere's and CSS Sports!
Bite and Booze's BBQ Recipe for Bourbon Blackberry Bone-In Boston Butt
is in the TOP TWELVE for the
Tony Chachere’s Tailgate Cook-off!
CSS (Comcast Sports South) will have their tailgate chef cook my recipe in one of 12 features airing on SportsNite each week. Each of the 12 contestants represents an SEC School, with mine of course representing LSU!!
VOTING IS LIVE. YOU CAN GO STRAIGHT TO VOTING FOR MY RECIPE BY CLICKING HERE. JUST CLICK THE VIDEO OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN!! GEAUX TIGERS!
All the recipes will be posted on css-sports.com for fans to vote on their favorite. Official voting starts on the morning of8/20/10 and runs through 11/5/10. I need you, all of your friends, family, and all LSU fans to vote for my recipe!
If Jay Ducote/Bite and Booze is selected in the top three, I will be in a cook-off at a LSU home game in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, "Tailgating Capital of the South!" The game is 11/20/10 Ole Miss at LSU. CSS Sports will tape the event and air it on CSS with me cooking (and three of my guests)!
After the cook-off, the top three recipes will be on css-sports.com for votes to see whose tailgating recipe is #1!
Below is a list of prizes for the top winner (top three will all get some prizes):
1 large Big Green Egg plus accessories
2 Tony Chachere's T-shirts
2 Tony Chachere's coozies
2 Tony Chachere's aprons
1 year Supply of Tony Chachere's Products
1 Cajun Country Cookbook full of Mr. Tony's Recipes
1 Ole Master Gift Set
1 Mr. Tony's Favorites Gift Set
1 Marinade Kit
A private Tony's Catered cooking event for 25 people ( values at $1500)
I think I'd look pretty good with all those prizes!!
Please vote from 8/20 to 11/5. Also, please share this with your friends, family, facebook people, twitter followers, etc. I need all the votes I can get. LSU needs all the votes I can get. It will be embarrassing for LSU to host the final three competitors on our home turf and NOT be represented! Plus, Tony Chachere's is a Cajun/Creole product, so who knows how to use it better than Louisianans? Use the button below to share this however you see fit, and thanks for voting for Jay Ducote/Bite and Booze!!