Monday, June 22, 2009

Stop and Smell the Roses Blog Bouquet

I want to tell you about my upcoming release with the Wilder Roses:
Executive Positions by KyAnn Waters

Leave a comment today for your chance to win an envelope stuffed with fun stuff including a semi precious gemstone and crystal bookthong and a special surprise. Keep reading to find out what. ;)

Four years of foreplay is enough...
Avril Blanco experiences several positions with a sexy, driven executive in the advertising firm of William Carver. The complication... Monday morning the determined and powerful man will be her boss.
Ian Carver is taking over as CEO for his ailing father. His first executive decision—renegotiate Avril’s job description. He’s looking for a partner, in and out of bed.
But will she risk the reputation of sleeping her way to the top?

So I live in Utah and recently I was on the telephone with a friend in another state. I was making my kids lunch and asked if they wanted fry sauce or ketchup. She asked, "So what is fry sauce?"

And I told her about "Some Dudes Fry Sauce" Yes - that is the name of the tasty sauce for french fries, burgers, chips, fish, and any other food made for dipping. Here is proof and also a place where you can order -

So today's winner will also get a tasty bottle of Some Dude's Fry Sauce so they can enjoy a real Utah original.
So leave me a comment for your chance to win.

Are there any strange foods or activities in your town? (you can leave me a comment about anything)

I'll draw my winner Tuesday morning.

Stop by these participating author blogs for more chances to win prizes today!


Skhye said...

Mornin', Kyann. Strange foods? Those tequila lollipops with a worm in them may be nostalgic for Texas but are definitely strange... LOL. Great post.

lastnerve said...

I have never tasted "Some Dude's Fry Sauce" and you know with three teens in the house, we HAVE to try it now that I know about it. During these summer months with the kids at home, I coulld definitey use those tequila lollipops!


P.L. Parker said...

Good Morning:

Don't know about those tequila lollipops - yuk!!! I lived in Texas for 2 years - too many bugs - and big ones!


Anne Carrole said...

Fry sauce?--sounds like a good way to liven things up!

Donna Michaels said...

Morning KyAnn,

I LOVE the title and premise of your new story!! I bet it was fun to write, too!

We don't have any type of fry sauce other than ketchup or vinegar around here. I'm positive my kids and I would love to try your Utah original. Very cool!

There's a town near mine that has an annual Tomato Festival. I'm not sure if that's unique. Seems like there would be more across the country. hehe

Have a great Monday!


Tracy D said...

Hmmm....strange food or drink here in the BMW (Bustling Metropolis of Waco)? Well, we've got "Big Os", which are basically any beer served in a large stemmed "fishbowl" glass over at George's. What else? How about fried pickles--are those weird at all? I had never heard of them till a year ago--dill pickles coated in batter and dipped in Ranch dressing. Granted, most things taste better deep fried or dipped in Ranch, but I don't even like pickles and I love these! Very addicting. Will have to try them in "Some Dude's Fry Sauce" sometime!

Ann Whitaker said...

Fried pickles? Just proves Texans will fry anything. The Petroleum Club in Abilene used to served chicken-fried lobster. (And, no, I never tried it, but I have had fried rattlesnake.)

Love your title, KyAnn. Very clever.

Mona Risk said...

I am stopping again here after working my way down. What a great idea it was.

robynl said...

Some Dude's Fry Sauce sounds right up my alley; I love dipping sauces and sauce on almost any food.

I love bookthongs and think they are a work of art.

Nicole McCaffrey said...

Sounds fun. Around our house it's barbecue sauce--my kids eat it on everything, hot dogs, french fries, etc. They love it!

Erotic Horizon said...

How delicious are your covers...

Especially those cowboys...



Lauri said...

"Four years of foreplay is enough..." GREAT LINE!

Strange food...How about lutefisk? (Cod fish soaked in lye.) Yup, Minnesotan's really eat it!

Anonymous said...

Hi KyAnn,

You don't have to enter me. I don't think you want to send all the lovely stuff over the pond...hehe!!

Just wanted to say hi!!

And, what do we eat over here in Germany as well as sauerkraut and sausages?

Well, there is a lovely 'fast food' thing called a döner. It's a pita type bread, filled with grilled meat pieces and a ton of salad. You can get different sauces with it too and it is delish!! In this area, they are everywhere and usually run by Turks.

Very yummy!!!


KyAnn said...

Oh all these foods sound yum...well some sound yummy. lol

I think there is room in a new story for a tequila lollipop. although just the thought of the worm makes me want to gag. I can't watch those survivor/adventure shows. Man vs Wild can get pretty nasty for dinner cuisine.

Tanya Hanson said...

Yep, got tequila lollipops (with the worm inside) for the neighbor kids after a trip to AZ.

Enjoyed your blog today.


Susan Macatee said...

I don't know about strange foods, but we here in Philly have those famous Philly cheesesteaks. Fattening, but oh so good!

Cate Masters said...

Hm, fry sauce sounds pretty tasty! Will have to check that out. My hometown of Lambertville, NJ, has a ShadFest every spring - fishermen catch shad in the Delaware River, then grill and sell it. Funny thing is, no one seems to like the fish much (very bony!) but everyone loves ShadFest.

Debra St. John said...

Sorry, no strange foods in my town. I love hearing about other place that do, though!

Babyblue22 said...

Hey KyAnn,
I don't think I've ever had "Some Dudes Fry Sauce", is it mayo and ketchup?
Executive Positions sound great! Makes the phrase " Working Under My Boss" take on a whole new meaning.

Linda Banche said...

Fry sauce! Sounds great.

SiNn said...

my home town in indiana has this festivle called the pickle fest fun times with pickles i moved to missouri 4 yrs ago ans as i kid i remember cape girardeau used to have a river fest and other fun interesting things have happend here like they shot part of a movie called kill shot here based on a book not sure what else honestly not up to date on things here isnt home just a place to be

KyAnn said...

yes, ketchup, mayo, peppers, spices, I think my kids would eat it with a spoon if I let them. it's great with fish sticks instead of tarter sauce.


I live in Pa. and we have hog maw which is a pig stomach stuffed with sausage. Strange as it might be it is very good.

Kytaira said...

Foodwise the next town over has a Garlic festival.

Non food - there is a quilt hop in Washington. I don't know all the details but quilt shops from all over western washington take part. There is a passport that they can get at any of the stores for free and get stamped off. Each shop hands out a square for the quilt and a special limited edition cloth is printed. Last years was like a map of WA.

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