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    WHAT WILL DETHRONE THE BACON EXPLOSION?

    08/31/2013 | Esquire.com

    Americans can’t quit bacon. But like any committed relationship, things can get stale unless we’re finding a new way to spice things up. Back in June, a reader asked our columnist Josh Ozersky what was going to be the next Bacon Explosion and he answered that the pork lattice is a unique entity, not likely to be repeated […]

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    Why We Can’t Get Enough Fried Chicken

    August 30, 2013 | Wall Street Journal

    Fried chicken is hotter than ever right now—and why not? With endless individual, regional and cultural variations, it’s a dish we can all agree on

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    Charleston culinary tours

    August 27, 2013 | USA Today

    Charleston may be a mid-sized city, but it has a huge culinary and beverage scene. In the past five years, three of its chefs have taken home top honors from the esteemed James Beard Foundation — Chef Robert Stehling of Hominy Grill (2008), Chef Mike Lata of FIG (2009) and Chef Sean Brock of McCrady’s […]

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    Andrew Zimmern’s Global Chicken Guide

    August 26, 2013 | Food & Wine

    The TV star and F&W contributing editor shares the best places around the world to try every single part of the chicken—from the head to the feet.

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    Video: ‘Mind Of A Chef’ Returns September 7 With April Bloomfield And Sean Brock

    August 22, 2013 | Food Republic

    According to press materials for PBS television series The Mind of a Chef, which debuts its second season on September 7 with chefs April Bloomfield and Sean Brock, Brock’s mission in life is to expose the world to regional varieties of Southern cuisine, and to erase the misconception that it’s all just fried chicken, biscuits and grits. […]

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