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Eat it Up: Charleston's Top 10 Food Trends of the Decadenew

"Locavorism" has been a wonderful thing for Charleston dining. Wadmalaw Island has bloomed as the vegetable garden of Charleston, and there are now enough farmers' markets open around the area that you can shop at one just about every day of the week.
Charleston City Paper  |  Jeff Allen and Robert Moss  |  12-30-2009  |  Food+Drink

Eating Outside the Box with the Oregon Culinary Institutenew

The Extreme Cuisine class gives the adventurous eater a very strange tour of they way the rest of the world eats.
The Portland Mercury  |  Patrick Alan Coleman  |  12-12-2008  |  Food+Drink

Fat's What I'm Talking Aboutnew

Personally, I'm tired of all the fear and guilt tied to food in America (not to mention the books about how to overcome the fear and guilt tied to food in America). I'd really like to take the guilt out of my guilty-pleasures -- I mean, will one sweet, salty McDonald's cheeseburger kill you?
Washington City Paper  |  Tim Carman  |  04-10-2008  |  Food+Drink

Wishing Happy Birthday to Our Founding Foodienew

Reading John Hailman's 2006 book, Thomas Jefferson on Wine, I learned that we owe our third President for much more than a great university and a few important documents.
C-Ville Weekly  |  J. Tobias Beard  |  04-09-2008  |  Food+Drink

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