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Eight articles rejected for City Weekly’s 2007 Dining Guide:


8. “Eat Me: The discerning cannibal’s guide to organic spices and seasonings.”

7. “American Pile: Analysis and deconstruction of KFC’s Famous Bowl.”

6. “Oot & Aboot: Rating Salt Lake City’s finest Canadian cuisine.”

5. “Brava Breadsticks: An in-depth Q&A with Olive Garden master chef Dave Durdly.”

4. “Highway Harvest: This afternoon’s road kill is tonight’s four-course meal!”

3. “Class ’n’ Cardboard: How to pair haute cuisine with your favorite box of wine.”

2. “Munchies at 3 a.m.: Which 7-Eleven taquito packs the most nutritional punch?”

1. “Cheap Eats: Ted Scheffler’s tips for dining out on a mere $200 a night.”
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