'Baconhenge' Rituals Confound Historians

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The exact origins of "Baconhenge" food sculpting are as murky as the history of the British stone monument which inspired the obscure breakfast art. Carin Huber, editor of AntiCraft magazine, probes the not-so-ancient pastime.



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