thealmostcook

The lovely and talented Aaron Gillespie can’t sit still – between balancing The Almost & Underoath the guy still finds time to whip up fancy stuff in the kitchen! He’s a great cook…I know, he cooked for me last week in the Capitol Tower – AMAZING Baked Ziti…I’m just sayin (and I’m an Italian girl).
Jules Exum,EMI Music Publicity
Aaron wants to share his love for food and cooking with his fans and all those hungry food enthusiast out there. He’s asking fans/food lovers to submit a video them cooking their favorite dish –Aaron will be picking his favorite recipe and the winner will win a chance to cook with Aaron at historic THE CAPITOL TOWER in Hollywood!

Check it out…also check out his food blog while you’re at it: http://aaronrgillespie.tumblr.com/

http://www.toothandnail.com/thealmost/contest/

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