So pleased to meat you: Our contest winner collects her Tony's Market bundle

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On a visit to the nearby Tony's Market one day, we found a flier for a "meat bundle," and were instantly intrigued by what that might be. So intrigued, in fact, that we decided to throw a little meat-bundle contest and let readers come up with their own definitions.

The winner? This from Britt:

Meat Bundle = My Friday Night

We finally got Britt's prize to her: a meat bundle certificate, of course, and she reports that she got 27 pounds of meat for $99 -- and then added a four-pack of filets. "My boyfriend had the hot dogs last night and I only had a bite, but they were delicious!" she says. "I am definitely going to enjoy this over the next, oh, three months."

So pleased to meat you, Britt.

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