No More Bacon! 

Local chefs on the year's dead food trends—and what's upcoming for 2013

In the realm of gastronomy, boundaries are constantly being pushed and new food trends invented. Consider the "invasivore" movement. After realizing the culinary potential of green crabs, a prolific invasive species plaguing the East Coast, New York conservation biologist/foodie Joe Roman created…

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