We're loving all your entries to win tickets to The Great Shuck 'n Suck, but that isn't the only event for the Chicago Food Film Festival this weekend. On Friday, November 18, the festival will kick off at 7 p.m. with Farm to Film to Table at Kendall College. Among the many documentaries that will be shown that night will be one by Chicago's own Mike Gebert (he's also the editor of Grub Street Chicago and Sky Full of Bacon) about Pleasant House Bakery's Art Jackson. As is the norm with these things, you'll also get to eat food from Pleasant House during the screening. This will be immediately followed by the Pig Pickin' and Whiskey Bar -- an after party of sorts featuring a whole hog cooked by Rob Levitt of Butcher & Larder. (There is no way that won't be awesome.)
Tickets are still available for to the event at $45 a piece, and you can also add access to the after party for another $20. But we're ready to give away a pair of tickets to both events. Just leave a comment below and tell us your favorite place to sip whiskey in Chicago, and you'll automatically be entered. The contest ends on Thursday, November 17 at noon. Of course, we have our own opinion on the matter, but we'd love to hear more.
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