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Food52 Launches Online Store; Epicurious on Newsstands

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THE INTERNET— Earlier today, cooking website Food52 officially launched its brand-new online store Provisions, described as "a virtual pantry and retail shop." The online store offers items selected by the Food52 editorial staff, including vintage serving spoons, cookbooks, and artisan products, like salt from Oregon's Jacobsen Salt Co. and spices from Oakland's Oaktown Spice Shop. [EaterWire]

NEWSSTANDS— Recipe blog Epicurious has published a one-off print edition of its "Dinner Rush" column: Epicurious Dinner Rush: 156 Fast Weeknight Favorites is available on newsstands now through November. [EaterWire]

SOUTH CAROLINA— South Carolina's Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism will soon launch a $1.2 million campaign designed to draw more tourism for the state's local barbecue culture. The State reports that a "barbecue trail" campaign will highlight the differences in regional varieties, "including the vinegar-based sauce in the Lowcountry, the mustard-based sauce in the Midlands, and the ketchup-based sauce of the Upstate." [The State]

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