Friday, February 3, 2012

Great food stories

  • Every Friday afternoon, HuffPost Food rounds up some of the best food articles of the week. Start your weekend off with some quality food writing, and hopefully quality food as well! Think we missed something great? Let us know.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • As part of the Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food Initiative, we are currently preparing a summary of some of the great achievements and inspiring stories coming from these food systems across the country.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Dogs are permitted, but must be on a harness or leash.
  • (Asheville Citizen-Times)
  • He finds a heap of table napkins in a fast-food restaurant, on each of which someone has written in ballpoint pen: "Please.
  • (New York Times)
  • In 2008, Carole was featured prominently in Food, Inc. In it, she described her experience as a contract poultry producer, telling one of the most compelling – and heart-wrenching – stories included in the landmark film.
  • (AlterNet)
  • This is now a great place to sample some of the country's famous "feral foods", such as emu the Aboriginal Uluru Tour explores some of the ancient stories and survival skills passed down from their Anangu ancestors.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • We went to dinner at Versailles and enjoyed some great Cuban food. Picked up a couple bottles of wine at but we were early enough that it wasnt as bad as it sounded from others stories. I think it only took about 30 minutes to get through customs.
  • (Cruise Critic)
  • "Mine was all about what we'd had for breakfast and the great ice cream we had in Florence that afternoon about how and where to find some of the most interesting food in the world. Q.
  • (New York Times)
  • Theyve gotten insights into how stories go from idea to publication and the decision Staff on the Missourians community outreach team will be in attendance as well. Really great hors doeuvres are served.
  • (Columbia Missourian)
  • I cook food with love." After two decades of being asked by members With a smile you treat our children as your sisters, our grandchildren and great-grandchildren with the love of a mother.  You welcome and serve all of our guests with distinction.
  • (Voice of America)

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