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Anyone who works in a company of any size will tire at some point of hackneyed sports analogies when discussions around departmental or organizational performance occur. I certainly had more than my fill this past week during day-long 2014 strategic planning sessions, but perhaps surprisingly the most common sports cliche “practice makes perfect” didn’t come […]

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The world of social media seems to have been created for the sole purpose of allowing the general public to share its idiocy as widely as possible. Along with this opportunity also arrived the penchant for inventing ridiculous new expressions and forming them into one of the most odious aspects of modern life, the hash […]

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We chose to make a faster version of Peking Duck which can usually take up to 3 days to prepare!

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“A little of what you fancy does you good.” – British saying The hardworking folks behind this non-award winning blog are enjoying a deserved warm weather break on Florida’s Gulf Coast right now. No offense to the locals, but we did not pick this particular destination for its well-known and highly prized food culture. Instead, […]

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“Once, at the Denver Airport, a bald girl in an orange dress told me I could be what I wanted.” – Jim Harrison, The Raw & The Cooked There’s an awful conceit abroad the interwebs these days that seems to be encouraging more people than it should to title themselves “freelance food writers”. Perhaps you’ve […]

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Soon to not be our kitchen anymore. Boo-hoo… Regular We Are Never Full readers out there may have noticed that we’ve been less than active in the new posts capacity of late — some of you may even mourn the loss of our chirpy and spirited voices from your weekly web-browsing, though we expect many […]

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“When the world turns its back on you, you turn your back on the world…” Recently, I’ve been noticing many, many food blogs posting recipes utilizing a certain brand of pre-made “fresh” pastas: nothing like a Foodbuzz promo to bring the best out of the food bloggers. Many came up with very creative recipes using […]

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‘Tis the season, so in that spirit, we’re joyously giving away two prizes to the winners of this month’s top five – your favorite holiday foods/drinks. This month’s entries were fascinating, perhaps more fascinating than usual because the unique choices allowed us a small but intimate window into your lives, especially those that came with […]

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So, after much typing and drooling over pictures, I bring you this week’s round-up of Weekend Herb Blogging. ENJOY! Cleveland’s own Yasmeen from Health Nut brought back memories of her childhood with her fabulous looking Green Parathas, made with spinach and fresh fenugreek. Her version contains wheat germ which adds another level of healthiness to […]

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Yeah, that’s right, it’s a green table… With our recent post on the free boudin selection, I felt like we might be getting dangerously commercial at We Are Never Full, but that was nothing compared to last night’s dinner at The GreenTable, sponsored, as it was, by those corporate behemoths, Visa Signature. How strange, we […]

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 ****UPDATE AS OF JUNE 29, 2008: IT LOOKS LIKE TASTEPOTTING IS BACK.  NOT SURE WHAT THE DEAL WAS, MAYBE WE’LL NEVER KNOW.  BUT HEAD TO TASTESPOTTING .COM OR OTHER GREAT NEW SITES FOODGAWKER.COM AND FPDAILY.NET.  **** Just linked to tastespotting.com to read a message that looks as though it was written in a hurry on […]

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For literally the past 48 hours we have been unable to access our website. It would look as though it was loading for about 4 minutes then timeout. About three months ago, we mentioned all the problems we had with changing from using WordPress.com to buying our own domain name and finding a host server. […]

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