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1. Shifting Restaurant Scene Sometimes Hard to Track -

I was surprised to hear – from a friend in the wine business, which is how a great deal of restaurant news travels – that Karen Ross had left Erling Jensen: The Restaurant after serving as chef de cuisine for four years. Ross and executive chef and owner Erling Jensen made a good team and worked together extremely well in that kitchen.

2. Restaurant Obligations: Meeting Patron Requests -

A friend of mine comes to Memphis from the West Coast once or twice a year, and we have dinner together. We’ve been doing this since 1987. He’s very particular about what he eats, basically asking for the same thing no matter where we dine: steamed or poached salmon, steamed vegetables (whatever is on hand) and a bowl of lemon wedges. No sauce or embellishment of any kind.

3. Tuna Dish Embodies Sweet Grass’ Stellar Fare -

One in an occasional series on the signature dishes of local chefs.

“Oh, I can tell you what my customers think our signature dish is,” said Ryan Trimm, chef and co-owner of Sweet Grass in Cooper-Young. “And I can tell you what I think it should be.”

4. Salt: How Much Is Too Much in Our Food? -

It’s not that the salt has lost its savor but that it has been keeping company with pretty unsavory characters, like high blood pressure, heart disease and a host of other ills.

Coming under more scrutiny by the federal government because of those associations, salt was a prominent feature of new dietary guidelines issued by the Agriculture and Health and Human Services Department on Jan. 31, part of an every-five-year review of America’s (mostly bad) eating habits.

5. As Calendar Turns to New Year, Recipe for Success Unchanged -

It takes a particular poverty of the imagination to quote the opening of “A Tale of Two Cities” every time one writes a story summing up a year, and yet 2010 truly does seem as if it were “the best of times and the worst of times” in the local restaurant business.

6. Added Gratuity Not Intended to Deter Large Dining Groups -

How festive to be part of a large group at a restaurant, with the conversation, the clinking glasses on extended arms, the laughter, the tasting of colleagues’ food. At this time of year, with office Christmas lunches taking place throughout the city and suburban towns, restaurants are often filled by groups of people toasting the best wishes for the holidays and exchanging presents. What fun!

7. Although Important, Chef’s Name Comes Second to Food -

Every restaurant has a cook or chef in the kitchen, but how many diners know the name of the person cooking their lunch or dinner? How many give a hoot?

With book deals, food magazines, television shows and restaurants with PR staffs, the past decade has seen the rise (and frequently the fleeting fame) of the celebrity chef. Not that there’s anything wrong with the recognition and rewarding of genius, though sometimes, let’s admit, we just want a quiet, satisfying meal without the sense of hushed worship.

8. New Restaurants Quickly Change Cooper-Young Landscape -

Afew weeks ago, you might have heard waves of despair sweeping through the intersection at Cooper Street and Young Avenue, when Dish, the long-running bar/restaurant, and Blue Fish, the upscale seafood restaurant, closed abruptly.

9. Tipping a Tricky Business Behind Scenes at Area Restaurants -

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series about tipping in local restaurants.               

The next time you feel good about yourself for plunking down a $20 tip for a $100 tab at a restaurant, consider this: The server who benefits from your generosity may not actually hold on to that princely sum.

10. Archived Article: Peabody (lead) - By JENNIFER MURLEY Retail buildings expand Midtown market By JENNIFER MURLEY The Daily News An outdated, deteriorating commercial strip at the intersection of Peabody Avenue and Cooper Street is undergoing a summer-long redevelopment bringing new re...

11. Archived Article: Community (agape) - By STACEY PETSCHAUER Turning the tide Shelby County agency designed to move children from foster care to adoption By STACEY PETSCHAUER THE DAILY NEWS When enough people gather together in support of a common cause, there often is no limit to what th...

12. Archived Article: W.s. Plaza - By STACEY PETSCHAUER East Memphis center to get new look, name By STACEY PETSCHAUER The Daily News White Station Plaza shopping center soon will have a new look and a new name. Loeb Industries Inc. purchased the plaza in May and is updating the look...