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T. Cook's Chef Todd Sicolo Wants to Cook Christmas Eve Dinner at Your House This Year (You Just Have to Tell Him What You Want)

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T. Cook's chef Todd Sicolo (formerly of the Arizona Biltmore Resort) wants to come to your house and cook a Christmas Eve dinner for you and five of your friends -- and he might even help do the dishes.

See also: Chef Todd Sicolo Leaves Arizona Biltmore for Royal Palms

That's right. A pro chef makin' you look like a boss in front of your Christmas Eve crew -- boo ya. All you have to do is tell Sicolo what you want to eat.

Visit the Royal Palms sweepstakes tab on Facebook and tell Sicolo your favorite holiday dish (see: please, please, please, make this for me). Entries will be accepted from now through Wednesday, December 19. The winner will be notified via Facebook on Thursday, December 20. Oh, and you can submit an entry as often as you'd like.

The winner gets a house visit from Chef Sicolo and his team on Christmas Eve (or an alternate date of their choosing), when he'll whip up a gourmet holiday feast for you and five of your friends.

For more information, rules, conditions, and to enter, visit the "Take Home Chef Todd" sweepstakes tab on Facebook.

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