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June 12, 2011

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Found your blog via your comment on Lifehacker. Great stuff! As a devotee of foodblogs, I'm adding your site to my RSS reader stat.

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Carolyn Jung

That's why we go out to eat! Hah. I think that encapsulates one of the true pleasures of putting yourself in the hands of a great chef. He/she can elevate a dish and work with a kitchen crew to make it something so extraordinary and memorable -- with far more resources than your average home-cook can. That's why dining out is an experience to be savored.

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