I'm very excited to announce the first Look What Danny Made! live, interactive event, and to invite you to be a part of it! In just about three weeks, on Friday, April 29, I'll be eating my last Project Gastronome food, and I have enough to share with a few lucky readers. I don't want to spoil the surprise by saying in advance what it's going to be, but I promise that it will not be something gross. It will be something unique and fun, and that I am almost certain you will not have experienced before.
How can you take part? Simple. Leave a comment on this blog entry telling me about one of your most memorable food experiences, either a great one or an awful one. It can be as long or as short as you choose. At the end of your comment, indicate whether or not you would like to be entered into the drawing for an invitation, and whether you will be coming solo or as a couple.
One time I ate an entire donkey. I'd have gone back for seconds, but it was just terrible. Please enter me in the drawing! I will be joined by my wife.That's it! I will accept new entries through midnight on Monday, April 18. Then I'll print the names of everybody who entered, drop them in a hat, and have Blake draw them out until I have sixteen attendees. Then I'll contact you for a mailing address so I can drop your invitation in the mail and you'll have time to make plans to come.
Even if you can't come (or don't want to), it will still be fun to read your tales of culinary adventure, so please leave a comment!
Here's the fine print:
- Obviously, you must be able to come to my house in Lubbock, TX for this on the evening of April 29.
- I will be taking photos and video, and asking for your opinions of the food, all to be posted on the blog. I'll give you the choice to opt out of those, but a big part of this event's fun will be in sharing the reactions.
- If you attend, I'd appreciate you sharing a link to the blog post, either on your own blog (if you have one), on Facebook, or just with some friends by email.
Leave a comment! Come join us! And just so I don't leave you without a video to watch today, here's Louis CK talking about a food adventure of his own at the Asian market. (He is hilarious, but uses rough language, so you may not want your kids to hear this one.)