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The Week in Review

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Hello! Welcome to this week’s highlights of our food coverage including Table Talk, recipes, restaurant reviews, $10 deals and more. Join the conversation with other local foodies in our Table Talk Facebook group. If you’re a Daily Memphian subscriber, we appreciate your support. If not, please consider signing up for unlimited access to all our food and restaurant coverage.

 
 
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Grocery store shelves are bare, produce departments are all but empty early in the day, and whose fault is it? Yes, it’s COVID.

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A crème brûlée recipe from Tiger and Peacock in The Memphian makes an easy but impressive dessert.

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“Oh, Omicron, when are you gonna be gone?” That’s Britton DeWeese’s question as he sits at home, recovered but with a sick family and a work staff continuing to test positive.

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The Science of Beer returns to the Museum of Science & History for a big, spread-out tasting and educational event Jan. 14.

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Stanton has lost population, the income is low and its Downtown is gone, but a can-do mayor and a boost from Blue Oval City seem likely to change the town’s luck.

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Pho 4 Ever in Cordova offers an extensive menu and we’ve barely begun, but so far the food and the service are promising.

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Chris Herrington and Jennifer Biggs discuss the end of 2021 and what’s ahead for 2022 in food.

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