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True Blood Drama

June 23, 2011 by Post Team 

True Blood DramaTrue Blood Drama, Calling all masterminds barman! As you’re hungry for another taste of True Blood. In anticipation of the Season 4 premiere, we’re giving away 10 copies of True Blood: The Third Season on Blu-ray. Full contest rules after the jump.

Your task is simple: Tell us what you will serve your party tuberculosis to view this Sunday. Sorbe as Sookie bill that is going to be drinking? Will it be a deep Stackhouse? Tru maybe a Bloody Mary or a mimosa Pam? Post in the comments of ccktail created based on your favorite moment of the last three seasons. Make sure to be specific – include ingredients, fitting, preparation and the scene that inspired your favorite beverage. Remember: You must enter your email address when submitting your recipe so we can contact if you have won. (Do not worry, your address will not be displayed publicly or used later for any reason.)

To get your creative juices flowing, EW has struck its own signature ccktail, the Sookie Pacifier:

Ingredients:

- 2 bunches fresh mint

- 4 cups of tea-flavored vodka

- 1 cup granulated sugar

- 1-cup water

Preparation: Prepare the simple syrup to bring water and sugar to boil in a saucepan, stirring constantly until dissolved. Establish simple syrup aside to cool. After the syrup cools, pour the vodka in a bowl with the syrup. Mint leaves 5-10 confusion in each glass before adding ice and blend of vodka ladling syrup. Garnish with fresh mint leaves. Makes 10-12 servings.

Inspired by: In sultry Bon Temps, Sookie is always a glass of sweet iced tea in hand. Last season, the temperature reached a peak when Eric – fearing that he would meet his actual death – Sookie planted in a first (outside the V-tinted dreams, that is).

Now it’s your turn, the blood brothers and sisters. Give us your best drunk!

BLOOD IS TRUTH official contest rules (NO PURCHASE NECESSARY)
Open only to those to whom this notice or has been treated, provided that the participant is resident in the U.S. the legal age of 21 years at the time of entry. Void where prohibited by law. Ten people who comment on the discussion forum of this message will receive a copy of True Blood: The Complete Third Season, which has an approximate retail value (ARV) and 79.99. The editorial staff EW.com, based on the following criteria, will judge all entries: Originality (25%), creativity (25%), the use of language (25%), and on the issue of competition (25%). In the case of a tie, an additional “tie-breaker” judge will determine the winner from all those entries tied to the evaluation criteria above. Incomplete and / or inaccurate, and entries that do not meet all standards are subject to disqualification. The jury’s decisions are final and binding when the magazine Entertainment Weekly is not the sponsor, we cannot guarantee availability of any of these elements. Sponsor is not responsible for any damage to computer equipment related to participation in this promotion. Items that are distributed are not transferable or redeemable for cash. Consumers who obtain the elements are responsible for any and all taxes. The promotion begins at noon ET or EST June 23, 2011 and ends at 5 pm EST or on June 24, 2011. Entertainment Weekly will contact winners via e-mail requesting your postal address on or before June 26, 2011. Winners will have 24 hours to respond, after which they will forfeit their prize. Employees at Entertainment Weekly, Time Inc., HBO, or related entities are not eligible to enter or win. Anyone who has won a prize sponsor for the past 90 days is disqualified. The winner (s) may be required to complete an affidavit or eligibility and waiver of liability before prize (s) may be awarded. For a list of winners, visit ew.com / winners of seven days after the end of this contest.

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