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2011 Best Burgers And Beef Prizes!

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 With Christmas around the corner, you can bet many Americans will feast on festive entrees like green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and gravy, sugar cookies, fudge, candy canes and more. Often, the turkey or ham served at the center of the plate is lackluster compared to the rest of the meal, which is why I prefer the prime rib and beef brisket served at our holiday events. This week, we have talked a lot about food in preparation for the holiday weekend, and today is no exception as we review the best burgers of 2011, plus offer another great chance to win prizes!

Huff Post Food has compiled a slide show of the year’s best burgers — the ones people love and devour at restaurants across the country.

According to the article, “It’s pretty fascinating how much can change in the world of burgers in a single year. Conversations and articles about the best burger are omnipresent, and pretty much everyone has an opinion on what defines the perfect hamburger. It’s been another banner years for burgers, from fast-food chains revamping old recipes to upstart chains gaining traction.”

View the slide show here, which features everything from Smashburger, to Burger King to Five Guys.

What are your favorite burger toppings? What’s your perfect burger?

Today is the last day to enter my Christmas giveaway, where you can win a signed copy of “Levi’s Lost Calf” and a $100 VISA Beef Bucks Gift card, courtesy of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Auxiliary! Winners will be announced tomorrow.

To enter, simply answer today’s question: What are you thankful for this Christmas?

You can also enter to win by answering the questions asked earlier this week.

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