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Best of food porn | 2011 in photos

Steaming mussels, dripping maple syrup, cheese-slathered grass-fed burger...yeah, you know you want it, you pathetic food-porn lover, you. Today, we've...

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Celeriac soup at Tru

 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Squid Ink Spaghetti Alla Chitarra lump crab, serrano chiles, mint at Florentine in the JW Marriott Chicago

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Basque Cake with apples at the Bristol;

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Chestnut brioche with pear, Pedro Xim�nez sherry, and tarragon ice cream. at Blackbird

 (Martha Williams)
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Martha Williams

Coffee-scented fluke tartare with lemon cucumber;,saffron, and bread sauce at Blackbird

 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

Pig's Trotters Sandwich at The Bristol

 (Photograph: Damien Thompson)
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Photograph: Damien Thompson

Aviary

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Japanese whiskey spritzed wagyu beef at Ing

 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

�Tri-tip sandwich with coleslaw at Lillie's Q

 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

The war of the roses cocktail at Sable Kitchen

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Pickled rhubarb salad, rhubarb mustard, and triple-creme cheese at Maudes Liquor Bar.

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

The foie gras torchon and toasted brioche at Next

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Potage a la Turtue Claire at Next, Paris 1906.

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Whole poached quail egg with liquid yolk, white anchovy and flecks of chervil and tarragon, part of the Hors d'oeuvres course at Next, Paris 1906.

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Uni-avocado toast at NoMI Kitchen

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Veal cheek ragout at Rustic House.

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Rotisserie chicken with spinach at Rustic House.

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Chilled tomato soup by Matt Troust of Three Aces

 (PHOTO: Jason Little)
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PHOTO: Jason Little

 (Photograph: Jason Little)
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Photograph: Jason Little

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Market apple recipe from Green Zebra

 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan Lekan

Lamb at Al Dente

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Cocktails at

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Lemon Pancakes with fresh blueberrys at Kingsbury Street Cafe

 (Photograph: Joe Bankmann)
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Photograph: Joe Bankmann

Carrot Avocado Salad at The Pump Room

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Pumpkin cake dessert at Owen & Engine

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Polipo: Octopus salad with black and white chick peas, radicchio and mint at Filini.

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

White chocolate sponge: caraway custard, raspberries and buttermilk ice cream at Blackbird

 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha Williams

Pumpkin Butter Crepes at Custom House

Steaming mussels, dripping maple syrup, cheese-slathered grass-fed burger...yeah, you know you want it, you pathetic food-porn lover, you. Today, we've gathered the best of our year's worth of food photography, and we must say the results are jaw-dropping and droolworthy. Before you soak your collar, grab a snack and sit down for a healthy helping of Time Out–approved food porn. Sicko.

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