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Tasty Italian Things at San Francisco’s Fancy Food Show

From a Huffington Post reviewer who dutifully trudged every aisle at The Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, I learned that the old-fashioned granola bar is giving way to The Journey Bar, with salty-savory flavors like  rosemary and hickory BBQ. Also, we can now eat our alcohol in the form of a tequila cake. Food and [...]

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