The Pujols Kitchen Gives Away Albert Pujols Signed Baseball Bat Pepper Grinder and Pujols Kitchen Cookbook in Facebook Promotion

The Pujols Kitchen will be giving away one Baseball Bat Pepper Grinder signed by Baseball Star Albert Pujols of the Anaheim Angels of Los Angeles along with The Pujols Kitchen Cookbook signed by Deidre Pujols. To enter the drawing, fans can “like” the Pujols Kitchen Facebook page and fill out an entry form.

Saint Louis, MO, September 05, 2013 --( The Pujols Kitchen is giving away a baseball bat pepper grinder signed by Baseball Star Albert Pujols of the Anaheim Angels of Los Angeles along with The Pujols Kitchen Cookbook signed by Deidre Pujols. The Pujols Kitchen hopes to ignite interest in its mission by using Facebook to increase consumer awareness. The Pujols Kitchen, founded in 2008 by Deidre Pujols, strives to address poverty worldwide by donating proceeds from the sales of its Dominican-inspired cookware to families in need.

Fans can enter to win the baseball bat pepper grinder and cookbook by “liking” The Pujols Kitchen on Facebook and filling out a simple online form available on the Facebook page. The grinder is not only signed by the baseball star, but it’s also a quality, solid wood pepper grinder that stands 18 inches tall.

The Pujols Kitchen Cookbook is based primarily on Dominican recipes passed down through the Pujols family as well as Deidre’s personal recipes. Some of these recipes are featured on The Pujols Kitchen website: The cookbook is not only full of delicious recipes, but it also features beautiful photography from the Pujols’ trips to the Dominican Republic.

The winner of the pepper grinder and cookbook will be selected when the company’s Facebook page reaches 2,500 likes. In its last Facebook giveaway, The Pujols Kitchen received more than 500 likes in less than two weeks. The Pujols Kitchen Facebook currently stands at more than 900 likes.

In July, The Pujols Kitchen gave away a large caldero, a traditional Dominican cooking pot. The winner of the caldero was so thrilled, she reached out to The Pujols Kitchen to tell them: “More than winning a prize, I am touched by what this company stands for and does. I don't think I've ever dealt with a company I have more respect for. Thank you, Pujols Kitchen, for the contest, my prize and what you stand for.”

The Pujols Kitchen hopes their Facebook promotions will inspire more people to get involved in their mission to reduce hunger one family at a time and create stronger, healthier communities by providing families with the tools and knowledge they need to create meals that nourish their bodies and spirits.

About Pujols Kitchen
The Pujols Kitchen is the brainchild of Deidre Pujols. Inspired by the kitchens of her grandmothers, and the delicious Dominican cuisine, Pujols started a company to help give back to families in need.

With its motto of “looks good, cooks good, does good,” the mission of The Pujols Kitchen is to support and encourage less-fortunate families with tools, and guidance to nourish their body, mind and spirit while improving quality of life.

Founded in January 2008, Pujols Kitchen aims to provide high quality cookware, the sale of which benefits families living in poverty globally. Each piece of Pujols Kitchen Cookware has been ergonomically designed by Deidre Pujols to imitate the traditional cookware used in Latin American homes and is decorated with traditional Dominican Indian art.

The cookware marries tradition with innovation, to create beautiful cookware with maximum culinary benefit. The cookware is made of three-ply stainless steel with a non-stick surface and silicone lining on the cookware lids and utensils, making it both oven and dishwasher safe. The full cookware line includes high quality cookware, bakeware, utensils and kitchen accessories.

To order Pujols Kitchen cookware and products, visit or call 877-315-1555.
For more information about Pujols Kitchen, visit their website at
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Anna Forder