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Posted at 11:16 AM ET, 03/ 9/2011

Today in Food: Beer madness

By Justin Rude

It's bracket time. A handful of local beer enthusiasts have been hand-picked from a field of over 300 applicants to help the Post's panel of experts blind taste 64 American craft brews. The event was held at the Logan Circle beer temple Birch & Barley. Watch the Beer Madness video, and fill out your own bracket.

DeNeen Brown sat down with African American culinary historian Jessica B. Harris at a recent speaking engagement at Eatonville restaurant to talk about Africa's impact on world food culture, her favorite dish from her books, misconceptions about African American food and more.

Tim Carman dips into a takeout bucket of fried chicken from Central Michel Richard (yes, that one).

Tom Sietsema checks out Jake's American Grille, a new kitchen with big plans.

And Dave McIntyre breaks down what it takes to take home wine competition gold, and what such a win means for a winery.

By Justin Rude  | March 9, 2011; 11:16 AM ET
Categories:  Restaurants  | Tags:  today in food  
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