The Go Giants Giveaway: Win This Tiny Grill

Each week we’ll be picking one reader of Edible or Edible to win prizes like charcoal grills, Breville kitchen appliances, a Bodum French press or even a year’s subscription to our own magazines. This week’s winner will receive this killer Fyrkat 13.4-inch portable charcoal grill. (Heck, it might be February, but it’s almost grilling weather, right?) Here’s how to enter to win this week’s contest:

Weekly Giveaway: Win the New York Foodie Special (Trust Us, It’s Cool)

Last week’s winner in our series of weekly reader contests is Sabrina Korber, who told us about her favorite seafood market (see her wise words below). Each week we choose one winner from comments on both Edible and Edible, and this time Korber scored a Bodum Coffee press. This week’s contest winner will take home The New York Foodie special, which is a triple shot: A year’s subscription to Edible Manhattan, Edible Brooklyn and Edible East End, which covers the Long Island coastline. Here’s how to enter…

Win this Bodum Press; and Get the Scoop on the City’s Best Butcher Shop

Here’s how to enter to win: Tell us about your favorite seafood shop in the comments below before midnight on Friday. Be sure to register with a real email address so we can contact you later if you win. We’ll pick a reader based on what we think is the best response. Extra points for those who lead us to best-ofs we haven’t already tracked down for our online listings.

These Readers Really Know How to Make Drinks, and This Recipe Scored Sam Two Passes to February’s Good Spirits

A few weeks back we asked you to tell us what seasonally and locally inspired cocktails you’re drinking now, with the idea that the reader with the best answer would score two tickets to our winter Good Spirits, the next in a series of seasonal cocktail parties we host in tandem with Edible Manhattan. As usual your answers put our own drinking habits to shame.

Friday Freebies: Win the Beautiful Cape Wine Braai Masters Cookbook

As you might recall from our recent travel issue, Edible contributor and spirits writer Robert Simonson traveled to South Africa’s vinelands to understand how the country’s winemakers are breaking ground in sustainability standards by building wilderness into their vineyards. It’s yet another reason–flavor and value being others–New Yorkers should get to know the little known region. This cookbook will help you do just that, and we’ve got a few to give away.