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New Rules for Everyday Foodies

Ask this influential economist who happens to be a foodie how Americans could better spend their dining-out dollars, and he'll tell you most common wisdom is wrong. Cheap food doesn't mean bad, and local food isn't necessarily better for the environment. With the average American spending nearly $3000 annually eating out (and many spending much more), we've got ideas for finding the best of what's out there.

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