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I hate things swimming in mayonnaise. I don’t hate mayo, mind you. In fact, I love it so much I often go through the trouble of making my own sometimes. But using mayonnaise in a recipe requires the restraint of a saint, not the reckless abandon of a hedonist. Most…More

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Roosts

What is your idea of a perfect meal? Any meal shared with someone that I love. What recipe still gives you goosebumps? Everytime I eat Tuna Salad or 1000 Island dressing I think of my grandmother. What cooking personality, living or dead do you most admire? Thomas Keller & Alice…More

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The Daily Tout

Today, the Foodie Daily team broadcasted the first episode of Foodie Friday, a new re-occuring feature that broadcasts straight from our kitchen studios. A casual chat, some old-fashioned dishing and more food than a Casino buffet. This is the first of many episodes, and we hope you’ll join us every…More

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Biz Report

Constrictive aluminum cans and glass bottles are going the way of the dinosaur. No, they’re not gone yet, but they’re slowly but surely transitioning out in favor of the all-powerful pouch. It makes complete sense. After all, we are living in the crazy computer-in-your-palm and endless-information-in-seconds future right now. Why…More

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Artisan Purveyors

For the Simms (Matthew, Boo and Sarah), it all started in a bar. The idea to deliver beautifully arranged, artisanally sourced meats—like La Quercia Rossa Berkshire Prosciutto from Norwalk, IA—cheeses—like Cowgirl Creamery Mt. Tam Triple Cream from Peteluma—and tons of colorful, sweet, crunchy and fruity accoutrements on one board was…More

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Artisan Purveyors

At the turn of the 20th century, Frederick Durant and Joseph Booth sought out to bring class to California still shaking off its hard-scrabble Gold Rush roots. Their names and base of operations is being lent to Oakville Grocery’s long-awaited wine-tasting room.  “They would go out into the Napa Valley…More

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Artisan Purveyors

What started as a hobby that almost put Jason Burke in the doghouse, is now a celebrated brand of paleo-friendly jerky. New Primal is almost six years old, and growing steadily, standing apart the rest of the nitrate and preservative packed factory-farm jerky brand. Grass-fed jerky with less junk (salt…More

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Artisan Purveyors

What started as a hobby that almost put Jason Burke in the doghouse, is now a celebrated brand of paleo-friendly jerky. New Primal is almost six years old, and growing steadily, standing apart the rest of the nitrate and preservative packed factory-farm jerky brand. Grass-fed jerky with less junk (salt…More

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Awesome Products

Mincing garlic for Eric Teng was always a chore, especially when he resorted to using a garlic press. “I became a single parent and had to cook for two of my kids,” Teng said. “I tried using a traditional press but it was such a terrible tool. I had the…More

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Awesome Products

While you can argue that there’s no such thing as bad ice cream, there are certainly scoops that are on higher echelons than others. When considering high-end frozen dairy, Snoqualmie was on the tip of our tongues recently at Foodie Daily, even if the name doesn’t exactly roll off the…More

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