Erik Anderson Has Left the Building and Morning Roundup

Chef Erik Anderson of Sea Change will stage at the world’s best restaurant before departing for good for Nashville; a Minneapolis City Council proposal could boost the range and number of local food carts; the owners of Porky’s fight to at least preserve the retro building; a dinner to raise money for the hungry at Savories in Stillwater; the next Dinner on the Farm will be an Ayurvedic feast hosted by Curry Diva Heather Jansz (and preceded by a yoga session); on the heels of our Pour Decisions Brewery interview, East-Lake Tumblr unearths a semi-incendiary Google Buzz conversation with co-founder Kristen England; the National Mustard Museum in Wisconsin is hosting a major fundraiser; and the Well Fed Guide to Life heads to Harry Singh’s.

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James Norton

James Norton is editor and co-founder of the Heavy Table. He is also the co-author of a book about Minnesota sandwiches and the people who eat them, the co-author of a book about Wisconsin’s master cheesemakers, and a daily video blogger for CHOW. His latest book is a guide to the food and restaurants of Minneapolis and St. Paul called the Food Lovers’ Guide to the Twin Cities. Norton has written about food for Culture: The Word on Cheese, Salon, Gastronomica, Popular Science, Saveur.com, Minnesota Monthly, and City Pages (as a weekly restaurant reviewer).

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  1. Re: Pour Decisions. I have nothing against the guy, and know of a few people that are friends with him. I just thought it was funny.

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