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  1. New Orleans priest sees food as the lure that brings people togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune

    ... said. Back home in Louisiana, Nalty's love of cooking and eating has forged friendships with some of the city's finest chefs. Nalty's weekly Friday radio show hosts friends such as Chef John Besh and has broadcast from Emerils, La Petite Grocery, ...

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  2. Forget peas, try 'brocamole'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Toledo Blade

    ... somehow deserving of being vilified? Oh, indeed! And in the interest of efficiency of flame wars, I've included the chefs' Twitter user names. "I'm a big fan of the addition of crunchy and salty 'chapulines,' traditional to Oaxacan cooking... Yep. ...

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  3. 'Blackfish' buyer Amy Entelis wants CNN to work even when news isn't breakingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    As TV viewers find ever more ways to consume information, CNN has discovered it's tough for a cable news network to survive on news alone. So in 2012 CNN President Jeff Zucker enlisted Amy Entelis, a news executive who developed some of the top talent in the TV news business, to get the channel into original series and documentary programming.

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  4. Reality TV take two: Businesses revisit 15 minutes of fameRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Union Democrat

    Co-owner of the Murphys Historic Hotel Brian Goss stands in the hotel's bar. The business was featured on 'Hotel Hell.'

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  5. Watchmakers are flying highRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Times

    Aviation has played an integral role in the genesis and growth of an Oxfordshire-based watch-making company that has global ambitions and recently opened a new retail store in New York. The idea for Bremont was conceived after co-founder Nick English was involved in a plane crash in Essex in 1995 while flying with his father, Euan, who was 49 at the time.

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  6. Here Are The 10 People You'll See At The Fourth Of July BarbecueRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WCKX-FM Columbus

    We've been to a few family gatherings over the years, but the Fourth of July barbecue always brings out people from the woodwork. You don't seem them often, but the moments you've shared in the past helps the conversations less awkward.

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  7. Dick PicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Pordland Mercury

    Since then, Hanawalt has racked up increasingly high-profile illustration gigs from the likes of the New York Times , Vanity Fair , and McSweeney's . Hanawalt's work is hilarious and sexual and weird and dark, yet always kind of cheerful and friendly, too.

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  8. Best fed fox in Britain: Gordon Ramsay gives adopted animal his own cookingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Star

    He said: "The fox came up to the window and sat waiting on a shelf. He knew where to find good food. He's great."

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  9. Washington: Here Are Some New Airport Eats Heading To Washington, DCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jaunted

    Your layover in DC just got better, as some new dining options area headed to the airports that serve America's capital. The good news comes via Eater , which reports that later this year two DC-serving airports will say "bon appetit" to some new options.

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  10. Chilltown Kitchen brings communal eating to Jersey City with monthly supper clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Jersey Journal

    While Jersey City's dining scene is enjoying a Renaissance, four local chefs say one aspect of the gastronomic experience needs resuscitation. Alysis Vasquez, a chef trained at the French Culinary Institute who's formerly worked for big names like Tom Colicchio, says while JC's offering great eats, it can be hard to find a communal eating experience.

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  11. TV's 'best new restaurant' comes to ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chicago Reader

    Dolce arrived in Chicago this spring with the distinction of being the second incarnation of a Miami restaurant that was named the best new restaurant in America on a Bravo reality program called Best New Restaurant . I didn't watch nor had I heard of BNR- my food-related reality-TV attention remains fixed on the real garbage like Mystery Diners and Bar Rescue - but from what I gather it differs from other competition shows of its ilk in that it takes into account every aspect of a restaurant's operations, so not just the chef and her food, but the service, the management, and the overall dining experience.

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  12. Outraged Over Peas In Guac? Wait Until You Try BrocamoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WBNS

    ... somehow deserving of being vilified? Oh, indeed! And in the interest of efficiency of flame wars, I've included the chefs' Twitter user names. "I'm a big fan of the addition of crunchy and salty `chapulines,' traditional to Oaxacan cooking... Yep. ...

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  13. Abc's the Chew to Broadcast from Epcot Int'l Food & Wine FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... the marketplace dishes. A second new Future World marketplace at Next Eats will feature THE CHEW Lab, where Disney chefs are collaborating with "The Chew," to create a cutting-edge marketplace inspired by food-science labs and the hottest culinary ...

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  14. The Kings Head bids farewell to the foodie 'Holy Trinity'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This is Wiltshire

    ... ambitious young chef set his sight on working under some of the country's - and some might say the world's - leading chefs. He applied for the post of commis at both Raymond Blanc's Oxfordshire eatery Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons and Gordon Ramsay's ...

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  15. Get a taste of the seaside at the fourth annual Worthing Food And Drink FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Argus

    "A FLAVOUR of the seaside" is the theme for the fourth Worthing Food And Drink Festival which takes over the seafront this weekend. The event, which has been put together by the Worthing Town Centre Initiative, Proto Restaurant Group and Worthing Theatres, features special guest appearances by two celebrity chefs.

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  16. When a simple pea sets the Internet on fire, it's time to dig deep with guacamoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Canada.com

    ... somehow deserving of being vilified? Oh, indeed! And in the interest of efficiency of flame wars, I've included the chefs' Twitter user names. "I'm a big fan of the addition of crunchy and salty 'chapulines,' traditional to Oaxacan cooking... Yep. ...

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  17. McDonald's Launches All Day Breakfast in Australia; Burger King's Veggie Burger PlansRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Eater

    While Burger King does sell a vegetarian burger in America, they are made with MorningStar Farms products that customers can pick up in a grocery store freezer. - McDonald's customers in Australia are now able to eat breakfast whenever they want.

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  18. Josh Emett And Mark Wallbank Join Al Brown on MasterchefRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Scoop

    ... of MasterChef New Zealand." MasterChef New Zealand is produced by Imagination TV for TV3 and sees a number of amateur chefs trying to prepare food that will blow the judges away. MediaWorks is also pleased to announce broadcast sponsor Chanui, along ...

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  19. Glorious food festival heads to the Alexandra Palace this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | This is Local London

    Did your mouth water as you watched Tony Rodd and Emma Spitzer whip up delight after delight on this year's MasterChef ? Well now you can set your tastebuds tingling by trying some of their food first-hand at this year's Foodie Festival at Ally Pally. The London-based finalists are just two of the chefs lined up for the event which runs from July 3 to 5 and is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

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  20. Michelin-starred Per Se settles NY charges it withheld tipsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Reuters

    Per Se, the three Michelin-starred Manhattan restaurant run by Thomas Keller, will pay $500,000 to settle charges it withheld tips from workers who staffed private dining events, even as it portrayed those tips to customers as gratuities. Thursday's settlement resolves a New York probe accusing Per Se, whose prix-fixe tasting menus cost $310 before drinks, tax and tip, of violating state labor law by using what it told customers on bills was a 20 percent "service charge" for restaurant operations, not to pay employees.

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