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Posted at 12:35 PM ET, 01/25/2011

Charcuterie, feel the love

By Bonnie S. Benwick

The Twitterverse is already buzzing about tomorrow's Food section story about Charcutepalooza, the online community that's learning to preserve meat, share their knowledge, photos and recipes for 2011, but co-creators Cathy Barrow and Kim Foster have new reasons to whoop and holler today:

* Air fare plus a Paris package from Trufflepig Travel to complement the already fab grand prize of a week at the Kitchen at Camont with Kate Hill; details here.

* "Ruhls" and an impressive panel of judges for the grand prize; details here and the list of participating bloggers, who'll judge the finalists, is here.

* D'Artagnan has signed on as a Charcutepalooza sponsor, and is offering a 25 percent discount for project participants through the use of a secret promotional code; details here.

They're joining our Free Range chat at noon Wednesday, so get those meaty questions ready.

RT @TheYummyMummy: It must be the sheer power & will of #charcutepalooza :) RT @ntsc358: Charcuterie is sold out at Barnes and Nobleless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

By Bonnie S. Benwick  | January 25, 2011; 12:35 PM ET
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