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Win Two Tickets To The Grind: Poets Invited

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The Grind, Miami's home town burger competition is only three weeks away and the competition is heating up.

On March 31 at 7 p.m., 30 local restaurants will compete their meat at Wynwood's Miami Entertainment Complex.

On Friday we asked you to let us know which you preferred -- the Frita with its Latin flavors and mix of beef, chorizo, and spices, or the classic burger -- naked except for some cheese and ketchup.

George Milian went above and beyond the call of duty and wrote a lovely haiku about the frita:

Frita is the BEST
Quintessential Miami
extra onions please!!

George so inspired us, that we're giving away another pair of tickets to The Grind. This time, we'd like you to post a poem, song, or limerick (keep it clean, Miami) on Facebook that celebrates the burger. Best one wins. We'll announce the winner (and post the winning poem) on Friday. 

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