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Cochon 555 champ Jason Barwikowski may have already booked his ticket to Aspen's 2010 Food & Wine Classic (as part of his Portland "Prince of Porc" prize, he'll duke it out against other regional winners for the overall Cochon title), but for the average foodie, the $1K+ price tag may seem a bit steep. Eater's Mike Thelin will be on the ground covering the June 18-20 event, but if you're itching to catch Thomas Keller, David Chang, José Andrés, and (of course) the Top Chefgang in-person, Plastics Make it Possible, sponsored by the American Chemistry Council, is hosting a contest for two passes to the fest.
To enter: Click over to Aspen Challenge website, answer the question “How do you use plastics to create your favorite foods or memorable parties?”, then do some major crossing of fingers. And if you, dear PDX reader, happen to win, we'll gladly entertain offers of being your +1.
· Food & Wine Classic 2010 [Official site]