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The Year in Eater: 2007 in One Word

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To close out 2007, Eater once again invited many of our favorite food correspondents to join us in assessing the year's best eats, biggest surprises, and favorite neighborhoods for dining out. First we celebrated Meals of the Year, then Restaurant Standbys, and then Biggest Dining Surprises of 2007; now, 2007 in ONE WORD.

Kalina On Assignment: Fergus Henderson, in chef's uniform, middle, at the Spotted Pig

Danny Meyer, Politician: Frenzied

William Tigertt, Freemans Restaurant: Porktastic

Adam Kuban, Serious Eats: Overblogged

Anon, Sr. Editor, Food & Wine: crispy-skinned-chicken

Joanne Wilson, aka Gotham Gal: Disappointing

Mimi Sheraton: over-priced

Dave Chang, Man of the Year: dericious

Jennifer Leuzzi, Snack: repetitivo

Danyelle Freeman, NY Daily News Food Critic, aka The RG: I think we're all aware I'm not capable of one word.

Zach Brooks, Midtown Lunch: Porktastic

Ben Lerer, Thrillist: so-so

LS: Exhausting

BL: Awessam? Ok, fine: (all a bit) Hazy

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