One time, at Bacon Camp

. May 29, 2012.

Zingerman’s Camp Bacon is back this year!  While the actual camp is a one-day event on Saturday, wrapped around it like bacon around a scallop (too much?) is a four-day extravaganza featuring education, music(!), and more bacon than anyone really should eat.

  • Thursday, June 30: Bacon dinner at the Roadhouse ($45)
  • Friday, July 1: Benefit performance (André Williams and the Goldstars) at the Ark  ($20-30)
  • Saturday: All-day Bacon Camp at the Roadhouse, with noted bacon scholars and producers ($195, includes two meals)
  • Sunday: Bacon Street Fair, 11am-2pm, Kerrytown (open, donation requested)

Get the full information at:
http://www.zingermanscampbacon.com
or email baconbits@zingermans.com.

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