We're a bit Anderson Cooper-centric today, but he's going gung-ho in the Gulf. Here, he tours oyster beds, newly reopened after the oil spill.
Every weekday, we're highlighting a local or regional blogger we think you ought to know about. We can’t be everywhere at once, so we look to these passionate eaters, cooks and writers to keep us tapped into every facet of the food world. Consider this a way to get to know a blog’s taste buds, because, well, you should.
Coke vs Pepsi. Beatles vs Stones. Toilet paper over vs under. Some debates just never seem to flame out, so we're asking.
Feel free to rant, rave and state your case in the comments below. For the record, when we're in a hurry during the week, gas does the trick. On a weekend, when there's plenty of time to go low and slow, we opt for hardwood lump charcoal and mesquite, hickory or fruit wood chips for extra smoke flavor. Than again, we're a tab obsessed.
Speaking of - here are our top tips for grilling mastery. Got some? Speak up and we just might share them in an upcoming feature.
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CNN Health writer Madison Park recently traveled to South Africa to watch the World Cup. She ate well.
What can $4 buy you in South Africa?
A heaping plate of chicken biryani, served with lentils enough to feed a small family, fried calamari strips, tender, light and perfectly flavored - and none of this is "fast food."
Finding a delicious, filling meal on a shoestring budget is not difficult in South Africa, thank goodness, because airfare, World Cup game tickets and accommodations can break the bank.
With English, Dutch, Indian influences, flavors possibilities seem unlimited. Here are some meals under $4 we found in Cape Town.
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