Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow. made the NY Times Bestseller list! Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow. made the NY Times Bestseller list!
Marathon Cooking Giveaway!!

Marathon Cooking Giveaway!!

Enter to Win 

To celebrate the NYC Marathon, we’ve teamed up with a few of our favorite brands to bring you the ultimate marathon gift pack to keep you inspired in the kitchen and on the trails! Enter by Nov 2nd, 2018 to win!

Enter now for your chance to win Shalane and Elyse's ultimate marathon prep bundle, featuring a signed* copy of Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow., a brand-new glass container set from OXO, Picky Oats oatmeal, and much more! 

One (1) Winner will receive: one (1) OXO 16 Piece Smart Seal Glass Container Set, one (1) signed* copy of Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow., one (1) Run Fast. Eat Slow. "Can't Beet Me" women's tank top (size quantities may be limited), one (1) Picky Oats Performance Oatmeal 10-count Variety Pack, and one(1) bag of Run Fast. Eat Slow. Runner's Recovery Tea.

But hurry: this sweepstakes will close on November 2nd.

Most of these favorite things are also available in our Shop right here

More info and contest rules available here.  

37 comments

Oct 27, 2018

I’m running in the NYC Marathon this year and hope to see you at the EXPO. Best of luck to you and the other gals on team USA!!!

Devon Williams
Oct 27, 2018

Love your recipe books. My favorite are the super hero muffins! Asked for the new book for Christmas.

Pamela
Oct 27, 2018

Love all the recipes from both books.
Especially can’t beet me smoothie and superhero muffins mmmmm. Even my non runner friends love!

Laura McKean
Oct 27, 2018

I love both the first and now the 2nd cookbook. I’ve made at least 15 recipes in the 2nd book already. I’ve been making big batches of Sweet potato pancakes every weekend and then I freeze them and eat them during the week.

April Bolton
Oct 27, 2018

Thank you, Shalane and Elyse, for these great cookbooks for runners of all speeds. I will be running my 5th consecutive NYC marathon next weekend and I’m still chasing my sub-4 goal. Last year, I PR’d at 4:07. I have dealt with severe iron deficiency this year, which has impacted my training significantly. I have changed my eating habits this year by eating more plant-based foods to fuel my body. Although a sub-4 isn’t likely in the cards next weekend, I know next year I can reach my goal with more ability to train and an army of healthy recipes to power me to the finish. Best of luck next weekend, Shalane! You are amazing, thanks for representing US runners so well.

Melanie Davis
Oct 27, 2018

Your first cookbook has been so helpful. And delicious food I can actually make. Thank you.

Marie
Oct 27, 2018

As a big fan of the first cookbook and recent vegan I was extremely excited for the the second cookbook but apprehensive about how well it would now apply to me! I wasn’t disappointed! Although there are some recipes I have trouble adapting to fit my diet, I was pleasantly surprised at the number of vegan/vegetarian meals and all the tips to make meals meat/dairy free! Thank you, they are delicious!!!

Hannah
Oct 27, 2018

Today is my birthday and I am celebrating with your recipes! I am an Ironman triathlete and have always struggled with keeping nutrition down on long endurance events! All of the “easy” stuff (gu/blocks/gatorade etc) just makes me so queasy! So heres to a new year and better racing nutrition! THANKS! -sarah

Sarah Zaglifa
Oct 27, 2018

Such amazing stories!! As a individual currently dealing with their own health scares, and an avid runner in the over “40 club”, I hope to improve upon my own nutrition and performance by utilizing the ideas presented within the Cookbook!!

Kim Duvall
Oct 27, 2018

Guess what I’m asking Santa for this Christmas….I keep looking but never buy anything for myself. So now I’m ready to slow down and take a me break! And these books will start this new chapter nicely.

Darcy G.

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