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I Love Bacon!


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Since we can't deliver slices of hot, crispy, smokin' fresh bacon to each of your homes and offices (well, I suppose we could, but that's going a bit far), we have a copy of I Love Bacon! by Jayne Rockmill to mail out to one lucky reader.

Bacon, of course, is the star of each of the book's 50+ recipes by such chefs as Cat Cora, John Besh, and Ming Tsai. All we ask is a quick answer (in the comments section below) to this question: What do you like more for Thanksgiving, pumpkin or apple pie, and why?

Yes, the answer we deem the winner is purely subjective, but aren't most food-related questions? (Deadline: 11/24/10, 10 a.m.)
 

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