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VOTE: The Hottest Piece of Meat, Round 1: Pork Bracket

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Ah, pork. The piggiest of meats. In the past decade or so, pork has enjoyed a meaty renaissance as chefs and home cooks alike rekindled their love for pork belly and bacon. But which pork will reign supreme? Here now, in the first round of Eater's Hottest Piece of Meat in America: the Pork Bracket. Polls close 24 hours from now; happy voting.

Update: Voting is now closed, onto Round 2.

Poll results

Poll results

Poll results

Poll results

Poll results

Poll results

Poll results

Poll results

Spare ribs. [Photo: Larry Hoffman / Flickr]

Pulled pork. [Photo: Marshall Astor / Flickr]

Pork tenderloin. [Photo: Chris / Flickr]

Bacon. [Photo: Joe Gough / Shutterstock]

Pork belly. [Photo: johnjoh / Flickr]

Pork buns. [Photo: Robert S. Donovan / Flickr]

Pork chops. [Photo: I Believe I Can Fry / Flickr]

Suckling Pig. [Photo: Operation Shooting / Shutterstock]

Prosciutto. [Photo: sunshinecity / Flickr]

Cubano sandwich. [Photo: lardo_2410]

Honey baked ham. [Photo: Shardayyy / Flickr]

Rillettes. [Photo: stu_spivack / Flickr]

Carnitas. [Photo: M. Lepis / Flickr]

Pork Rinds. [Photo: t f / Flickr]

Porchetta. [Photo: sporkist / Flickr]

Canadian bacon AKA back bacon. [Photo: snowpea&bokchoi / Flickr]

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