Cooking In AP Style: A Stew Of Words Spelled Right

Cooking In AP Style: A Stew Of Words Spelled Right

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Faith Durand
Jun 2, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: The latest edition of the AP style guide has a whole new section devoted to food words and food writing. Plus, is free-range meat always safer? The Atlantic says no.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.

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Too Much Coffee May Affect Chances of Pregnancy - TIME
'Use-by' dates lead to tons of wasted food - MSNBC
Down with Digital Cooking! - TIME
The Meat Myth: Free-Range Isn't Always Saf - Atlantic
Meatopia Diary: How To Cook a Buffalo - Meatopia
Cooking In AP Style: A Stew Of Words Spelled Right - NPR

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