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When Free isn’t Free | Life As A Plate

When Free isn’t Free | Life As A Plate | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
When Free isn't Free: facing food demons and weight-loss stalls (blog post) http://bit.ly/gnfmkg
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Sobe Wine and Food Festival signals Spring Break

The world's finest chefs, and the best food from around the world will be on display at the renowned South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Worth the trip to Miami just to be there!.
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Food & Wine: Food & Wine's Best Pizza Spots in the U.S.

Food & Wine: Food & Wine's Best Pizza Spots in the U.S. | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
We've chosen the 25 best places for pizza around the country from new guard spots -- including a Bay Area pizzeria that uses ...
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Subway Overtakes McDonald's for Fast-Food Crown - Slashfood

Photo: s.yume, Flickr Someone should give Jared a bonus: Thanks in part to the success of his high-profile ad campaign, there ...
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Restaurants In London: Great Dining And Great Value - Free Content ...

Restaurants In London: Great Dining And Great Value - Free Content ... | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
London once had quite a bad reputation for the standard of the food served in restaurants, and it was thought to be almost ...
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Enjoy New York City Without The Hassle At Hotels In Avenel

Enjoy New York City Without The Hassle At Hotels In Avenel | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
It is also one of the major commercial centres of United States of America. Manhattan has some of the best hotels in the world. ...
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Civil Eats » Blog Archive » Food & Class: Moving Away From the ...

It's hard to get behind any food movement (if it can even be categorized as such) these days. While I tend to eat ...
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Better burgers spread through state - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com

Better burgers spread through state - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
The Star-Ledger - NJ.comBetter burgers spread through stateThe Star-Ledger - NJ.comElevation Burger, Zinburger, Five Guys and ...
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The Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire - designed by Roy Price, Nutritionist and Dietitian

The Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire - designed by Roy Price, Nutritionist and Dietitian | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Check an assessment of your relationship with food!
http://members.ozemail.com.au/~dietinfo/three_factor_eating_questionnaire.htm
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Chefs, farmers work hand in spatula - The Desert Sun

Chefs, farmers work hand in spatula - The Desert Sun | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Charleston City PaperChefs, farmers work hand in spatulaThe Desert SunA couple of weeks ago, I was very surprised to find the ...
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A semantic sommelier: Wine application highlights the power of Web 3.0

In the restaurant of the future, you will always enjoy the perfect meal with that full-bodied 2006 cabernet sauvignon, you will always know your dinner companions' favorite merlot, and you will be able to check if the sommelier's cellar contains your favorite pinot grigio before you even check your coat. These feats of classic cuisine will come to the modern dinner through the power of Semantic Web technology. (A semantic sommelier: Wine application highlights the power of Web 3.0: These feats of classic cuisine will come... http://bit.ly/fPOoSx)
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Chefs Recipe Challenge recipe: Fried Chicken - NewsOK.com

Chefs Recipe Challenge recipe: Fried Chicken - NewsOK.com | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Chefs Recipe Challenge recipe: Fried ChickenNewsOK.comChefs Recipe Challenge: Chef Gayland Toriello's addition of cherry ...
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NYC Restaurant Week | pulsd

NYC Restaurant Week | pulsd | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Restaurant Week Returns to New York City. All those great restaurants you wanted to eat at but thought you couldn't afford? Well, you can now! Restaurant week will from from January 24 through February 27 with prices unchanged from last year - lunch is $24 and dinner is $35. (RT @pulsdJFK: Last Week of Love NYC Restaurant Week! Top NYC Restaurants For A Bottom Dollar.. http://bit.ly/gHkT4D)
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The Sobe festival in Miami is almost here!

This festival must be seen and experienced to appreciate the amazing scope of culinary artistry on display.. Chefs from around the world are there to "joust" with their friends and fellow culinary wizards.
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Live from the SoBe Wine & Food Festival 2011 - Slashfood

Live from the SoBe Wine & Food Festival 2011 - Slashfood | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Photo: Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival Starting today, Slashfood will be on the ground at Food Network's South ...
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South Beach Wine & Food Festival is 'Spring Break' for celebrity chefs

South Beach Wine & Food Festival is 'Spring Break' for celebrity chefs | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Ten years ago Miami was no culinary capital and the sands of South Beach hardly seemed like a match for fine wine and gourmet food. (South Beach Wine & Food Festival is 'Spring break' for celebrity chefs http://bit.ly/epQ9ZQ)
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Food Price Inflation Calculator

Food Price Inflation Calculator | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
The rising price of food is related to US monetary policy and price inflation brought on by Bernanke's money printing.
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Top Chef: Lessons in “Chef Law” | All-TV-Downloads.com

Top Chef: Lessons in “Chef Law” | All-TV-Downloads.com | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
It's official–there is now no channel that's safe from the Jonas Brothers, as teen heartthrob Joe Jonas made an appearance in ...
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Wine Whistles While Brandy Bombs | Pendock Uncorked

Wine Whistles While Brandy Bombs | Pendock Uncorked | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
The latest news from SAWIS, that not-for-profit company (like many wine producers at the current juncture) that handles the ...
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From Poverty to Power by Duncan Green » Blog Archive » Food prices ...

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Most of the discussion around the renewed food price spike is conducted in terms of world prices, dollar denominated. But ...
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Diary of A Serial Foodie

A look at two of Long Island's Best restaurants: Peter Luger and Thyme. Great for entertaining, or just great dining.
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Fruits That Fight the Flu - Cold and Flu : Men's Health Spotlight : MensHealth.com

Fruits That Fight the Flu - Cold and Flu : Men's Health Spotlight : MensHealth.com | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Everything you need to know about cold and flu so you don’t get sick this season, at Men’s Health.com. (RT @EatThisNotThat: Fight the flu with food! 5 Fruits to Boost Your Immunity: http://ow.ly/41LFT)
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Boston: Bondir Sets High Standard For Seasonal New England Cuisine | Serious Eats

Boston: Bondir Sets High Standard For Seasonal New England Cuisine | Serious Eats | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
"I felt like my dinner had been cooked by an old friend, I'm telling the literal truth, but I can't think of an old friend whose kitchen I'd rather be eating from." To say that I'm unbiased when it comes... (Boston: Bondir Sets High Standard For Seasonal New England Cuisine http://bit.ly/hsWks4 http://bit.ly/d1UNT3)
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Diary of A Serial Foodie Peter Luger Steakhouse In Great Neck- Steaks and Chops Just don't get any Better!

Whenever my family thinks of Steaks and Chops, we know we are only minutes away from the ultimate meat emporium...Peter Luger in Great Neck.
This week, it was time to go back to this iconic steakhouse. Luger's offers upscale dining in a men's club type atmosphere. The deep wood panelling and floors, the antique wood and metal chandeliers and minimalist wooden tables let you step back in time to a different era. The waiters are seasoned pros who have worked at the restaurant for years and are out of "central casting". The menu is straightforward and simple as a purveyor of fine meat and fish. We started our meal off with a Shrimp cocktail with the famous Luger Sauce. Each shrimp was the size of small lobster, chilled, succulent and a meal in itself. Even though our appetizer took the edge off of our appetite, we anxiously awaited our entrees: A medium rare Porterhouse steak for two, Luger's home fries,and creamed spinach. Our steak was coated in a delicious coating of natural juices and could easily have served a family of four. The home fries had just the right combination of potatoes and onions and came to the table sizzling hot. Creamed Spinach, my favorite, was a deep emerald green and as delicious to eat as it was to admire. Eventhough Luger is known for its fabulous steak and chops, their broiled 2-3 pound lobsters are amazing. We had our lobster split so that we could enjoy our own luxe version of Surf and Turf. We accompanied our meal with imported Panne water and occasionally tried some of the assorted flat breads and multi-grain rolls prepared for the table. Although we came in hungry we were fully sated and still had enough steak left over for indulging ourselves the next day. Our waiter was courteous, knowledgeable and attentive in making sure that our napkins,silverware and plates were changed at the appropriate time. After 2-1/2 hours of fine dining, we were served a chocolate mousse cake with Lugers fabulous whipped cream topping. As we left with our goody bags filled with meat and potatoes, our waiter gifted us with large chocolate gold coins to leave Luger's on a "sweet note. After all these years, Peter Luger still remains on top as one of Long Island's and Brooklyn's (the original restaurant) most popular steak and chop houses.
It is a wonderful place to entertain, dine, or gather for a family occasion. In other words.. "A truly great restaurant"!
Call for reservations...718-387-0500.
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Fresh and local is chef's main focus - InlandSoCal.com

Fresh and local is chef's main focus - InlandSoCal.com | Diary of a serial foodie | Scoop.it
Fresh and local is chef's main focusInlandSoCal.comBorn in Southern Italy, Chef Roberto Argentina, of Farm Artisan ...
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