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Where to eat? Epicurean Kentuckian Bacon Spinach Pasta?

Comments re photo 50764 Epicurean Kentuckian Bacon Spinach Pasta Doug Peterson writes:
Like many of your other photos published on these wonderful dining delights, you often fail to identify who made and/or which dining place it can be enjoyed at. Photos are great, but telling us where we can eat it is even more important. --Doug Peterson
Good point - Actually, when an item from a restaurant makes the Epicurean Kentuckian, we mean to always tell when it's a restaurant's dish, and give the location. And if the restaurant is an advertiser of ours, we mark it advertising. In other cases - actually in most - the dishes are created by Pen or another private citizen, which we hope will inspire others -- even restaurants to create or offer in their stores. And if there's confusement - which we enthusiastically eschew - why, we'll certainly try to do better. Thanks for pointing out the need for more clarification.



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