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Posted at 6:26 PM ET, 01/11/2011

Today in Food: Pho, apricot brandy and a truck from the 'Bing'

By Justin Rude

Tim Carman leads off this week's Food Section with a fascinating look at the slow creep of "value added" vendors that make winter farmer's markets more resemble food courts.

Tom Sietsema takes a look at Pho DC, one of the new Pho spots that seem to be popping up more downtown these days.

Catherine Zuckerman visits Nicholas Terzella's new Arlington food truck, Bada Bing, which hawks a regional Binghamton specialty, the spiedie.

Apricot brandy is reconsidered in Jason WIlson's spirits column.

Dave McIntyre dusts off the crystal ball to take a look at the coming year in wine, including the bold prediction that France will be the source of next year's recession busters.

And finally, Steven L. Katz speaks with Rasika chef Vikram Sunderam about chats, a popular Indian street food that has found a home on DC tables.

By Justin Rude  | January 11, 2011; 6:26 PM ET
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