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The World’s First Automated Restaurant

We first reported about a new fully-automated restaurant in Germany on August 27th, and other blogs have been covering the story as well, (see HERE, HERE and HERE). What we didn't know when we first reported...
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Top Chef: Go Home Howie

Well, I'll admit it, Howie stuck around a lot longer than I initially expected. In the first 2 or 3 weeks, Howie was screw-up-mcgee, fumbling, making errors and producing generally bad dishes. Then somehow...
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Praise for So Good?

"There's a great new food blog that deserves a read called So Good...he's one of the freshest, funniest and most entertaining voices to enter the food blogosphere." - Bacon Salt...
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So Good Blog/News Round-Up 9/5

Mario Batali's shows have been axed by The Food Network, and his run on Iron Chef is over. Update: Serious Eats is reporting that Batali will be shooting two episodes of Iron Chef next week, and the NY...
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Mitt Romney Loves Tube Steak

Via Wonkette. Never have I seen so much excitement over a 4-second clip of a candidate saying "Tube Steak." Oh, Larry Craig, we in the comedy world have so much to thank you...
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Throwing Fast Food

That's the name of a project by photographer Steve Aishman. It's a series of 9 photos of various types of fast food being thrown in the air, and then photographed. Steve claims he is: "Interested...
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Turducken

Like many of you, barbecues were on my weekend agenda. I was particularly excited to go to my buddies on Sunday, because he had told me he was making Turducken. It was a fun barbecue. The hosts also smoked...
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So Good Blog/News Round-Up 9/3/07

The Hungover Gourmet writes about his deep-fried food experiences at the Maryland State Fair. A Good Beer Blog reviews Flying Dog brewery's Dogtoberfest. Trifter posts about 7 outrageous luxury...
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Merrill Howard Kalin

If you haven't heard of Merrill Howard Kalin, then you obviously don't spend time on YouTube searching for videos of public access cooking shows that are based in Illinois. Which begs the question, why aren't...