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The 2012 Foodie In and Out List
Say goodbye to pickled ramps and hello to black garlic.
Comments () | Published January 18, 2012
In Out
Cookie plates
Whoopie pies
Kung Pao anything Upscale spring rolls
Cooking with coffee Smoking with tea
Boozy floats Boozy milkshakes
Charging extra for bread Charging extra for water
Craft sodas Mocktails
Esoteric bitters Infused liquors
Everything bagels Parker House rolls
"Textures" of anything Duos and trios
Spicing with vadouvan Spicing with za'atar
Peanuts Pistachios
Carrot cake Carrot soup
Hand pies Pot pies
Savory marshmallows Gougères
Gels Airs
Scandinavia Spain
Black garlic Pickled ramps
Tempura Duck-fat frying
Oysters Rockefeller Oyster stew
Rogue River blue cheese Point Reyes blue cheese
Citing braising times on menus Name-checking farms
Sawtooth Micro-cilantro
Fried rice Tater tots
Stroganoff Carbonara
"Sea" gelée Maldon salt

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  • Kilabean

    Where do you guys get these lists from? In all of the years as a professional chef at a top restaurant in dc I've maybe agreed with three things from these lists. Seems very contrived to me, as if you had to pick fifty items so let's just throw "x" in there.

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