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Carry On

Diana and Carrie discuss (squee over) the YA meta fanfiction novel by Rainbow Rowell – mint Aero bars, sour cherry scones, pink gingerbread ladies, more Yorkshire pudding and roast beef, bacon and cinnamon rolls, sage, intensity and brownies, pumpkin mocha breve, and on and on.



Tasty Time

Main Episode

Intro music clip: “Carry On” by Fun.. Available for purchase here.
Outro music clip: “Abracadabra” by MeikoAvailable for purchase here.

Giveaway (CLOSED):
Open to US residents only. Ends March 31st @ 11:59 PM EST. One (1) winner will be chosen with a random number generator. Winner will be contacted via email.

Fangirl Outsiders Carry On

The Prize:
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell (hardcover), Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell (hardcover), The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton (hardcover), two (2) mint Aero Bars, one (1) Sour Cherry Scone Mix, and possibly a couple of extra, themed goodies! Note: Carry On and Fangirl will come pre-stuck with food tabs!

To Enter:
1. Share this episode on your social media (like Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, etc.) and then post the link in a comment. One link per comment. Only one share on a given social media counts (meaning, don’t share on twitter every day and keep commenting with your twitter links). Each comment with a new share link is an entry.
2. Comment separately with your favorite food from fiction!

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  1. Heather S-G

    Such a fun giveaway, thanks for the chance to win! Looking forward to listening to this episode. Choosing just one favorite food in fiction moment is so hard, so I’ll give you one of my all-time faves: Brucey and his chocolate cake from Matilda. 🙂

  2. Ashley Morton

    My favorite food from fiction would be Cinnamon Rolls as Big as Your Head from Sunshine by Robin McKinley. It’s one of my favorite books, & the only one I’ve re-read more times than I can keep track of. The story centers around a baker (though she would roll her eyes at being given any sort of title, especially “baker”) in a world much like ours but with magic, and there is an absolute plethora of deliciously imagined baked goods scattered among the story. I’ve always wished I could find recipes for them.

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