Official Giveaway Rules
Giveaways are open to readers with U.S. or Canadian shipping addresses only. If you win and do not have a US or Canadian shipping address, a new winner will be chosen. No purchase necessary to enter or win.
See each giveaway page for the ways in which to enter as well as the number of entries you are permitted. Winners are chosen by adding all entries to a spreadsheet and then using the the random number generator at random.org to choose a row number in the spreadsheet. In the event that the winner cannot be contacted, does not agree to the terms outlined in the Official Giveaway Rules, or is otherwise ineligible to receive the prize, an alternate winner will be chosen by removing the winner’s entries from the spreadsheet, and then using the the random number generator at random.org to choose another row number in the spreadsheet.
Winners will be notified by email or Twitter within 5 days after the entry deadline date. Winners must respond within 5 days or the prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be chosen.
No Recipes and Marc Matsumoto (collectively The Host) is not responsible for any late or lost entries, electronic, hardware, Internet or other computer/communications related malfunctions, giveaway disruptions, injuries, losses or damages caused by events beyond the control of The Host, any printing or typographical errors in any materials associated with the giveaway or prizes lost in shipment. All federal, state, local or international taxes associated with the prize are the sole responsibility of the winner. By entering the giveaway through this website, you release The Host from any liability whatsoever, and waive any and all causes of action, related to any claims, costs, injuries, losses or damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the giveaway or delivery, mis-delivery or acceptance of any prize (including, without limitation, claims, costs, injuries, losses and damages related to personal injuries, death, damage to or destruction of property, rights of publicity or privacy, defamation or portrayal in a false light, whether intentional or unintentional), whether under a theory of contract, tort (including negligence), warranty or other theory.