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Share Your Discovery Presented by Tava

WINNERS

There were so many great, delicious-sounding food discoveries submitted to the Pepsi Tava Share Your Discovery Contest that it was difficult to choose the winners. However we found in the Grand Prize Winner The World's Most Expensive PB&J.

This entry won the grand prize because it shows that even the most basic dishes can be taken to the next level in terms of preparation, quality, and excitement. This discovery story inspires others to enjoy the simple yet so delicious things in life -- proving that even PB&J can be mouth-watering and satisfying. Nick captured his experience thoughtfully and inspired us to follow in his footsteps and experience this $21 dessert.

Our winning selections were based equally on the following criteria: writing skills, passion, relevance to contest subject matter, and usefulness to another user. The four runners-up will be contacted directly to receive their prizes. Thank you to everyone who participated!

The Grand Prize Winner will receive one Garmin 200 GPS System, one Bushnell Road Traveler Kit, and one Visa $250 Giftcard

The World's Most Expensive PB&J by Nick

Here's what Nick discovered:
"Dining one night in Manhattan, I stumbled upon an epic culinary masterpiece: peanut butter and jelly."

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Runner-Up Winners will receive one Tava Tote Bag, one Visa $50 Giftcard, and one can of Tava.

Simply Sushi by Joanna

Joanna's discovery:
"I vacationed in Tokyo, Japan in September 2007 and that trip literally changed my life. Our first destination when we arrived there was to go to the Tsukiji Fish Market at 5:00 am to see the world's largest fish market in action."

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Choked Up With Happy Eating Tears by Pam

Pam's discovery:
"Finding restaurants that cater to my eclectic tastes and are affordable, was challenging until I came upon Byblos."

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N'awlins by Julie

Julie's discovery:
"I accompanied my husband on a trip to New Orleans a few years ago and decided to try the local cuisine ... my new love in cuisine is crawfish etouffe."

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West Indies Salad by Stuart Reb

Stuart's discovery:
"Mobile, Alabama is one of the oldest cities in the new world but these days seems to languish in the shadow of nearby New Orleans. ... But Mobile can lay claim to something no one else on the Gulf Coast can ... it is the birthplace of West Indies Salad."

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