I'm starting to think that the folks down at Ted's Butcherblock really like bacon:
Fifty years from now, Ted Dombroski will be remembered as either the Al Capone of his generation or the Jonas Salk--or maybe just the Johnny Baconseed. I'm not sure which it will be yet, but I'm leaning toward Salk or Baconseed because . . . bacon tastes GOOD.
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