Enter For a Chance To Win a Copy of Guy Fieri’s New Cookbook: Guy Fieri Food

by in Books, Contests, June 8th, 2011

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Guy Fieri and his dad prefer to spend Father’s Day grilling out in Guy’s Santa Rosa, CA backyard over a restaurant dinner to celebrate their special day. For the Fieri’s, cooking is a multi-generational family affair — Guy’s kids get involved, cooking alongside their dad and grandfather. They plan the menu well in advance, choosing recipes that everyone loves and that everyone can help cook, too. For inspiration, they look no further than Guy’s new cookbook, Guy Fieri Food — now a New York Times bestseller — for recipes spanning Guy’s whole career.

To celebrate dads everywhere (and Guy’s book making the bestsellers’ list) we’re giving away 3 copies of Guy Fieri Food! All you have to do is let us know, here in the comments, how you’re celebrating Father’s Day this year. Do you and dad cook together, or does he prefer a restaurant meal? Do you whip up a special dessert just for him, or grill him a juicy steak? We’re giving away one copy of the cookbook to three randomly-selected, and very lucky commenter’s.

You may only comment once to be considered, and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited. Only open to legal residents of the 50 U.S., D.C. or Puerto Rico, and you must be at least 18 years of age to win. All entries (comments) must be entered between 12 p.m. ET on June 8th and 5 p.m. ET on June 10th. Subject to full Official Rules. By leaving a comment on the blog, you acknowledge your acceptance to the Official Rules. ARV of each prize: $29.99. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, d/b/a/ Food Network, 9721 Sherrill Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37932.

So tell us, what are you making for dad?


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  1. Leah says:

    I always enjoy having dad over for a meal and father's day is no exception. I could serve him just about anything. He really enjoys my home cooking and since he lives alone he enjoys coming to spend time with us. I usually like to have him over the day before so we can have a campfire and barb-que and make a weekend out of it .

  2. Vreeland Holt says:

    I will be takng my Mother out to dinner in rememberance of my Father. He is greatly missed and was a wonderful father!

  3. rusthawk says:

    Father's day this year will be spent far away from my dad, but I will be grilling with my own son and we'll be thinking of him.

  4. LTappe says:

    I havent cooked for my Dad in 11 years.. I wish I was close to make him something. I've been cooking for "The Family" since 5th grade. I was once a kid making good eats, now I have even better eats! I miss you Dad! One day soon I will make hime a meal!

  5. Paula Ann Reed says:

    I always enjoy watching your different shows.I can't tell you which is my favorate your recipes are so good, i've made quite a few of them. Spending Father's Day with your Dad is wonderful for you both.My dad has been gone for 12 years now, time goes so fast. You remind me of him alot, your open and dinamtic personalty made him well loved by all. Sign off now wish me luck in winning your cookbook I would be honored to add it to my collection. Happy Fathers Day!!!!

  6. Nick Costa says:

    There is a nice stocked pond in my back yard so my dad and bro r coming over to do some fishing during the day. Later I am preparing a ricotta and sausage lasagna with my homemade marinara. And also a couple loaves of garlic bread with homemade italian bread. Since my mom passed away last year, dad doesn't get a lot of scratch cooked meals like that anymore. I'm sure he will love it. Have a nice father's day everyone.

  7. Kim says:

    I will be spending Father's Day quite a distance from my father. However, I am celebrating Father's Day with some other well known, albeit locally, celebrities. My best friend, my husband, my son, and 2 grandsons. The women in their lives, myself, my daughter and grand daughter will be treating them like royalty. We are so grateful for these men in our lives, and grateful also that we hail from a military family – Navy runs deep in our veins. We are saying an extra prayer on Father's Day, that all the military wives, husbands, mother's, father's, sons, daughters, and extended family members currently serving in our military will soon be reunited with their loyal loved ones. Peace to all on this day to honor the strong, males that we have in our lives.

  8. Pat says:

    My father passed away 4 years ago but when he was alive we would have a family picnic. Since we are of German decent we would always have German potato salad!!! The rest of the menu usually consisted of grilled chicken, corn on the cob and pie for dessert.
    This year my daughter-in-law and I decided we will take my husband and son to a winery for wine tasting. After that we will be having a family picnic. Menu not finalized yet but most definitely is will involve the grill, seafood, some cocktails, and a scrumptios dessert. Most years my husband and son go out for a round of golf and some good Father/Son time.

  9. Eva Quinones says:

    My guy is a new dad! Our son Colten was born a month premature on april 12th and is now doing great. So in celebration of father's day and what a good daddy he is, I'm making John's favorites. Bacon wrapped shrimp and scallops with spicy sweet and sour sauce and asparagus and corn on the cob with chipoltle lime butter. All on the grill! With a side of dirty rice and homemade mississippi mud pie for dessert. Yum :)

  10. allen levy says:

    Celebrating the day with my kids and in laws. Of course I will be taking care of the cooking. Hope for good weather because I hate BBQ in the rain.

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