The Year in Food-Related Photos

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As you can see, we had quite a few gastronomic slideshows in 2008. Click each photo below for more action.

Houston Texans Tailgating

World Gyro Eating Championship

Burger Porn

Houston Prepares for Hurricane Ike

Texas Barbecue Signs

Gingerbread Doghouse Smackdown!

Houston Prepares for Hurricane Edouard

Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg

Texas State Fair in Dallas

Red Bull Art of Can at the Galleria

A Sweet Peek at Crave Cupcakes

The Kolache-Klobase Festival in East Bernard

Dr. Pepper Mania

Bayou City Farmers' Market

Houston Crawfish

Scenes from a Farmers' Market in Monterrey, Mexico

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