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  • Now three years later, much has changed on the New York foodscape.

    Ed Levine: The Four-Star Italian We've Been Waiting For

  • The variety these blogs bring is as diverse as the landscape and indeed foodscape of India itself.

    India Calling

  • What kind of Nanny State will we have with our future foodscape?

    Archive 2008-12-27

  • He said there is no better illustration of the interplay between foodscape and landscape in the world today than the Amazon region.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • South End. The neighborhood's breakneck gentrification drew in a slew of upscale dining establishments, and Icarus led the charge that forever altered the area's foodscape.

    Weekly Dig - Humor, News + Nightlife

  • They need GPS for a very complicated modern foodscape that can undermine the best intentions of anyone but a truly expert navigator.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Interactive debate on low calorie sweeteners in today's changing foodscape Congressman Chaka Fattah comments on the Massachusetts election results Special report on A-Fib to be premiered in RLTV's Healthline series Study lays groundwork to develop new treatments for cardiovascular disease and other conditions

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • To drive home this point, Carmeliini tells riveting stories of coming up through the food world, including lessons from his nonna, his formative cooking years, and of his several sojourns into the authentic foodscape of Italy.

    Hungry Magazine

  • Pronounced "calaz" or "caa-laz," these cousins to the beignet have been a part of the Big Easy's foodscape since the late 1880s, when, local lore has it, African-American vendors plied the French Quarter, shouting "Calas, toutes chaudes!''

    Calas (Rice Fritters) With Apple, Currant and Celery Salad

  • I love me some mission style burritos, and it’s one of the biggest gaping holes in the NYC foodscape.

    El Rey Del Sabor Not Immune From the Cops | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

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  • I'd forgotten all about these. Thanks, VO.

    January 30, 2009

  • moillusions.com: 'Pictures were photographed by Carl Warner, a photographer who works in London, and who made specialty of these food landscapes or how I like to call them - 'foodscapes'.'

    January 30, 2009