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Minnesota in One Image

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On July 30, 2015
It’s nice when an entire state can be summed up by a single letter to the editor. First Reader Letter in today's Minneapolis Star Tribune: "Food has gotten too spicy" #bless pic.twitter.com/WFaYeKMjVQ — AC Sullivan (@GOODNESSaidan) July 27, 2015 Share

Fast Food Nation

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On June 10, 2015

I find it fascinating that as the lower end fast food chains find their sales slipping, a solution is to create the most ridiculous and/or disgusting food possible. Such is the new Pizza Hut hot dog p

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Culinary Modernism

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On May 23, 2015
Image from The Florentine Codex, the 16th century study of Aztec customs by Bernadino de SahagĂșn Although I cringe at the term “Culinary Luddites,” you really need this Rachel Laudan article, originally published in the wonderful Gastronomica, on the need to embrace culinary modernism and reject a romanticized food past that is completely ahistorical, colonialist, […]
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McDonald’s

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On May 9, 2015
Willard Scott as Ronald McDonald McDonald’s constant gimmicks to reinvent itself are ridiculous and hilarious. Yes, I’m sure breakfast bowls with kale are totally going to revolutionize the chain, bringing it back to the glories of decades past! And I know, what if we reinvent the Hamburglar! This is a brilliant idea because I just […]

Hog Drives

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On May 4, 2015

I confess I knew nothing about 19th century hog drives, which were like cattle drives except with much more independent minded animals and generally took place in Appalachia and not the Great Plains.

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