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10 Colleges with Delicious Dining Hall Food

Forget boring college cafeteria dining. Campus food can be exciting, healthy and delicious. Here's a look at 10 of America's best colleges to get your grub on.

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Four International Cuisines Influencing the American Foodscape

Ethnic cuisines are an integral part of America's culinary landscape, and none more so than these perennial favorites.

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5 Ethnic Cuisines for Serious Foodies

Love food? Want to broaden your culinary horizons? These five international cuisines provide an excellent starting place.

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Healthy home cooked meals can improve health, longevity and family social community

Read how cooking at home rather than eating out can help you live longer, reduce the risk of cancer and improve family dynamics. Not only has cooking at home become the hip choice, it's also become the smart choice.

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The Future of Restaurants

Look for locally produced meat and produce, Peruvian and Korean selections and an increasing number of 'fast-cas' restaurants to be the top restaurant trends.

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Why Cook With Copper?

What's all the fuss about cooking with copper pots? Chefs all across the country are waking up to the advantages of copper cookware, and the reasons why are more interesting than you might expect.

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Become a Beer Sommelier: Seriously?

Read more about how your interest and expertise in craft beers could lead to a new career as a beer sommelier or cicerone. Beer professionals who understand beer and how to pair it with food should be in high demand as craft, microbrews and artisanal beers become increasingly popular.

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How to become a certified Sommelier

Sommelier training involves much more than learning how to pair wine with food. Culinary students and seasoned veterans alike use this professional development path to create elegant, memorable moments for their patrons. Service professionals need more than just a love of wine to become a sommelier. The profession requires an understanding of all types of alcoholic beverages, along with the ability to put both the heritage and history of wine into context.

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Deconstruction & reconstruction: Being a gastromolecular chef

What's the difference between a regular chef and a gastromolecular chef? Although there's some controversy about the art of molecular gastronomy, there are more similarities than differences between the two.

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Umami Part 2

Culinary schools and chefs know that umami is the newly discovered "fifth taste," joining sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. How is that knowledge changing the food they create?

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