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In case you haven’t noticed, food has gotten big. Really big. “Grass-fed”, “foodie” and “farm to table” have all become part of the vernacular and the amount of TV programming around food is simply astounding. Most of the time, this is a good thing. I’ll take more choices, even if I may scoff at a few of them (I’m looking at you, gluten-free followers). One of the more recent culinary upgrades has been at entertainment venues like sports stadiums and concert halls. While you can still get a hotdog just about anywhere, you’ll find some pretty surprising offerings these days.
This past weekend I was fortunate enough to go to the Sweetlife Music and Food Festival outside D.C. Aside from listening to the wondrous sounds of The Shins and Kid Cudi, I got to partake in some serious eats. There were falafel trucks, lobster rolls, pit beef sliders and fresh oysters from some of my favorite vendors including Luke’s Lobster, Shack Shack and Taim. That was living...
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