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Pillsbury Semi-finalist From Billings

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The Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest is one of the longest running competitions of its kind. One Billings woman is one of the 60 semi-finalists.

Sue Winn needs your votes to make it to the next round of the 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.

The winners will compete in a Bake-Off Contest final on November 10th through 12th.

Winn's Mediterranean breakfast recipe takes 45 minutes to make, and for the first time in history - America will determine the 100 finalists.

Winn says she's been submitting her recipes for years, and had no idea she would be picked.

"It was a surprise. We turned in the recipe on my husbands 26th anniversary, and about 3 weeks later heard back from them," said Winn.

Voting is open on www.bakeoff.com until September 26th.

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