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    Specialty-Food Makers Searching for Sweet Deals

    Specialty-Food Makers Searching for Sweet Deals
    NEW YORK - Jennifer Korb's hands are going to be tired. After three days of slicing her specialty coffeecakes for potential distributors and retail buyers at the Summer Fancy Food Show, she has yet another task to complete: Handwrite more than 120 notes to those who tasted samples of her cakes and left contact information at her booth. Korb, founder of ...
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    Best Meatloaf

    Best Meatloaf
    Experts Share the Steps for Making the Classic Meatloaf This is a tale of two mothers' meatloaves. One meatloaf was born on a chicken bone of an island 30 miles off the coast of Massachusetts, its recipe cobbled by Canadian expats. The origin of the other remains locked in the brain of an elderly woman in Toledo, Ohio. Both meatloaves, however, ...
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    Use Wine Importers as a Buying Guide

    Use Wine Importers as a Buying Guide
    A day rarely goes by when someone doesn't ask me, "What's your favorite (fill in the blank with a wine type)?" or “What should I be buying?” Even my mother will often call me up and say, "Well, we are having lamb chops and a salad, what should we buy?" Usually this leaves me blank wondering what to say since what ...
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    Italian Vending Machine Tops Them All

    Italian Vending Machine Tops Them All
    A MACHINE that makes and delivers pizza in three minutes will make its appearance in offices and factories around Italy from next week. The tomato-red machine, called Lets Pizza, prepares the dish from scratch. A window in the front allows customers to watch as the flour is kneaded, the pizza disc formed, tomato paste and other ingredients spread on top and ...
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    Dummy's Guide to Ordering First Date Wine

    Dummy's Guide to Ordering First Date Wine
    First dates are very fragile affairs. They are about two individuals testing the waters to decide if they are compatible enough or if it is worthwhile spending your gunpowder in a relationship with the other person. On a first date you would probably have many things to worry about, but if I were you I would certainly make sure that ordering ...
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    Ready, Set ... Grill!

    Ready, Set ... Grill!
    The weather may be cooling but don't give up on autumn's final s'mores, as few dishes are more satisfying than those cooked in the great outdoors. Make sure to be prepared for gourmet grilling with a few key tools to keep everything sizzling. We made our list of must-haves, and asked a couple of experts to chime in on their favorite ...
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    From Nose to Tail or How to Butcher a Pig

    From Nose to Tail or How to Butcher a Pig
    From Nose to Tail was the title of the seminar here at the Sante Restaurant Symposium 2009 in Lake George, NY. Chef Jamie Bissonnette of Toro and the soon to open Copa in Boston, MA was on hand to demonstrate not only the butchering of a pig but also the unique ways to use the whole hog. With the popularity of ...
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    Budget Local and Green Food Production and Gardening

    Budget Local and Green Food Production and Gardening
    As a gardener, I’ve always wondered if non-gardeners have a true appreciation for how expensive gardening can be. Most take the green foliage and colorful blooms for granted, but those of us who shop for them know that plants can range from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars and that even small projects are likely to set you back ...
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    Steer + Buffalo=Beefalo

    Steer + Buffalo=Beefalo
    To the Native Americans of yesterday, the Buffalo (American Bison) was so much more than just food. They were a way of life. No animal has ever had such an impact on the lives of so many than that of the American Bison (Buffalo). To the Lakota, Cheyenne, Sioux, Cherokee and many other Indian Nations of our Great Plains Region, and ...
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    Mixed, Fixed and Fresh: Cocktails and Offbeat Lemonades for Summer

    Mixed, Fixed and Fresh:  Cocktails and Offbeat Lemonades for Summer
    Now that it's officially summer (and finally hot!), it's time to think about refreshing lemonades and cool cocktails. "In the world of cocktails, we've been going through a rebirth over the past several years," says mixologist Natalie Bovis-Nelsen, whose Web site www.theliquidmuse.com has recipes and cocktail advice. "People are thinking about cocktails more like chefs do with food. We are looking ...
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    Fine Dining Spots Relaxe Just A Bit

    Fine Dining Spots Relaxe Just A Bit
    For Central Indiana's top chefs, fine dining is no longer about white tablecloths and coats and ties. Good food is still a must, but it's gaining an artisan flair. And just as important, chefs are emphasizing fun and comfort. Whether it's the craft pizza at the soon-to-open Pizzology, the wine list at The Glass Chimney or the mood music at FARMbloomington, ...
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