2010: Bacon became passé, artisanal got (too?) big

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2010: Bacon became passé, artisanal got (too?) big

This was the year for big name foodies to put their thumbprints on tiny screens. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Tyler Florence to Rachael Ray and Mark Bittman got in on the app game.
McDonald’s credited its McRib sandwich with helping push sales nearly 5 percent in November.
IHOP’s Pancake Stackers consists of cheesecake filling surrounded by two buttermilk pancakes and topped with a strawberry, blueberry or cinnamon apple compote and whipped topping.
This year, KFC gave us the hugely popular 540-calorie Double Down – a bunless sandwich of bacon and cheese surrounded by chicken filets.
This was the year for big name foodies to put their thumbprints on tiny screens. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Tyler Florence to Rachael Ray and Mark Bittman got in on the app game.
“Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” was eaten up by viewers. It won an Emmy for outstanding reality program.
Chef and TV personality Jamie Oliver dressed as a pea pod, talks with students at Central City Elementary during the taping of his reality series, “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” in Huntington, W. Va.

2010: Bacon became passé, artisanal got (too?) big

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This was the year for big name foodies to put their thumbprints on tiny screens. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Tyler Florence to Rachael Ray and Mark Bittman got in on the app game.
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McDonald’s credited its McRib sandwich with helping push sales nearly 5 percent in November.
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IHOP’s Pancake Stackers consists of cheesecake filling surrounded by two buttermilk pancakes and topped with a strawberry, blueberry or cinnamon apple compote and whipped topping.
SPF
This year, KFC gave us the hugely popular 540-calorie Double Down – a bunless sandwich of bacon and cheese surrounded by chicken filets.
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This was the year for big name foodies to put their thumbprints on tiny screens. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Tyler Florence to Rachael Ray and Mark Bittman got in on the app game.
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“Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” was eaten up by viewers. It won an Emmy for outstanding reality program.
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Chef and TV personality Jamie Oliver dressed as a pea pod, talks with students at Central City Elementary during the taping of his reality series, “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” in Huntington, W. Va.
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