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Great Food Stories Of The Week (Last Call)

09/09/2011 05:23 pm ET | Updated Nov 09, 2011

Every Friday afternoon, HuffPost Food rounds up some of the best food articles of the week. Start your weekend off with some quality food writing, and hopefully quality food as well! Think we missed something great? Let us know.

Eatocracy, Navy Chef Has Captive Clientele
Serving those that serve us.

D Magazine, John Tesar
The most hated chef in Dallas.

NPR, Confessions Of A Sriracha Fanatic
The lure of the red rooster.

Bon Appetit, What the Le Bernardin Crew (Okay, Some Of Them) Did On Their Summer Vacations
What happens when your world-renowned restaurant is closed for renovations?

The Atlantic, If Sam Sifton Leaves the Food Beat, Here's Who Won't Miss Him
A look back on Sifton's less enthused restaurant reviews.

The New York Times, Closed, Says Google, but Shops’ Signs Say Open
How online errors affect restaurants.

Esquire, Where'd These Drinks Come From?
How tequila sunrises, daiquiris and more came to be.

The Atlantic, In Defense of Italian Food: Regional, Diverse, And Refined
Italian food versus French food...again.

Esquire, Drinking at 1,300 Ft
A 9/11 story about wine and wisdom.

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