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New Times' Meaty Indulgences of 2011

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Whether you're in day two of Hanukkah or gearing up for a Christmas binge, now's the time for eating indulgences. Across the blogosphere, folks shout out to their favorite eats of the season, such as the Huffington Post's favorite food vices and the New York Times' memorable holiday meals.

Some of our most decadent dishes of the season and the year involve obscene displays of meat. We've rounded up this year-end slide show to whet your palate. Vegetarians, shield your eyes. Carnivores, behold: an array of meaty indulgences.


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