Make Anthony Bourdain eat his words!

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Anthony Bourdain wasn't impressed with Denver when he came through town in 2002, touting A Cook's Tour. He'll be back for a talk at the Buell Theatre on November 18, and we've got a pair of tickets that we're giving to the reader who comes up with the best three-stop culinary itinerary for Bourdain, one guaranteed to make him eat his words.

We've already received more than forty submissions, which you can read here -- and then post your own answer in the comments section. Deadline for entering the contest: 5 p.m. today.

We'll announce the winner tomorrow.

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