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Monday, September 28, 2009

Doggy Bag: Today's Odds and Ends

Posted By on Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 5:46 PM

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Our favorite morsel from the food blogs.

More like ClogHer: Bay Area Bites' Stephanie Im was all starstruck at Saturday's BlogHer Food '09. Im's excitement to be in the same ballroom with the bloggers that inspired her is, well, inspiring: Then she focuses on this year's Chocolate Adventure Contest, a co-promo by TuttiFoodie and Scharffen Berger. The challenge? Use one or more of 16 ingredients, paired with chocolate, to devise a winning recipe. Here's the nasty bit: At the conference, contest judge Elizabeth Falkner packed 11 of them into a big chocolate box: "homemade pandan-flavored marshmallow, peanut butter, cumin, and corn nuts, among other things," observes Im. Then, attendees donned latex gloves -- a single one, MJ-style -- and literally dug in, pulling out filthy-looking handfuls of brown, goodie-studded goo to gnaw off a cocktail napkin. See Im's photos and ponder the grossness. Besides being so, so wrong, it suggests yet another food rule of thumb, something to stand alongside Never order sushi on a Monday. Ready? It's this: Never eat anything you have to don a disposable glove to consume. Write it down; remember it.

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