Free brownies and free press

The only worldwide movement fighting for the freedom of brownies received a bit of good press in the LA Weekly and The San Jose Mercury News. The food editor of LA Weekly, who wrote the most on the movement, said, "I love writing about stuff I think is great." The wooden brownie spatula that I brought on vacation features prominently in the LA Weekly story.

In other news, darnbrownies.com is still searching for a site to give away brownies in Los Angeles and encourage other nice acts, in case someone knows someone here and can make a recommendation. Also, the official T-shirts are in. (See one below.) Mass production isn't ready, because I am making them by hand for now. But I will give one to the first brownies-by-mail winner, so please sign up today.

Some people have told me that not in a million years would they give away brownies, so I suggest using one of the recipes on this site and just make some and eat them yourself. Or make them for the nice people you work with. That is how I started. This site's mission is to give away brownies for no good reason at all, but it also supports those who just want to make brownies and then consume them.

Click here to sign up for chance to win the world's first free brownies T-shirt.

Click here to sign up for chance to win the world's first free brownies T-shirt.

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