Multi-tasking can be a glorious thing.
Urban regions across the country are seeing a trend of markets popping up during weekday meal times to feed hungry nine-to-fivers and busy families looking for wholesome food on the go. And farmers and suppliers are picking up on the trend by offering ready-to-eat foods, such as sandwiches, soups, pickles and popsicles.
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Sophie Slesinger, who works at Saxelby Cheesemongers in New York, was recently named to Zagat's 2013 list of "30-Under-30: New York City's Food and World Up-And-Comers." The honor not only puts Slesinger, 25, at the top of her peer group but also afforded her the experience of ringing the New York Stock Exchange opening bell Tuesday.
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Oreo is debuting a new limited edition flavor that is getting a ton of buzz. Maybe it's the colors, maybe it's the flavor, but the new Watermelon Oreos are hitting snack aisles this week with a roar of response just in time for the start of summer.
>Another big, out-of-town restaurant group is going to be getting a piece of the Washington region dining pie. Fox Restaurant Concepts, a Phoenix-based restaurant group will open True Food Kitchen in the Mosaic District in the summer of 2014.
A years-long food fight has finally simmered down, and food trucks are here to stay.
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Cedar Executive Chef Aaron McCloud picks his restaurant's produce from the rooftop garden he created on top of the building at 8th and E streets in Penn Quarter.
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