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All The News That's Fit to Eat — Year End Edition

All The News That's Fit to Eat — Year End Edition

Every Wednesday, we round up the best food news from across the nation. From the San Francisco Chronicle to the New York Times, we find the most interesting stories to share with you. As an extra bonus, I've decided to round up the best stories from 2007. My favorite links from this year — you may need to create accounts to read the stories — are listed below.

Do you have a link you liked? Let us know what it was in the comments below!

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emma- emma- 9 years
Great articles. Make mine a short cappuccino, please.
PrincessTracy PrincessTracy 9 years
I wish I could go to culinary school...the salad thing is cute too.
mamaseacat mamaseacat 9 years
I have to mention a couple comments about the photos. Sandra Lee's photo is either super old (bangs?) or she's sporting an old do these days. And, Rachael Ray looks Photoshopped.
fuzzles fuzzles 9 years
I've always thought that cooking was one of those things that people have a natural talent for....or not! The best cooks I know have either learned from their folks or have been self-taught.
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 9 years
The story about Culinary school being a sham, you could've replaced Culinary School with Public Education and most of that would still apply. They don't care about students, other than the fact that the more that show up, the more money the school receives. Or just passing students right along without them having learned anything... Texas has a newer law that states that a student cannot be "held back" more than once.
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