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The 2011 edition contains 500 changes, including more Internet-y stuff and a 16-page food section with such foodieisms as locavore ("the preferred term for a person who strives to eat locally produced foods"), ghee ("a clarified butter used in Indian cooking," not the TV show with the singing teenagers) and orecchiette ("a small, disk-like pasta" ... and also, Italian for "little ears"!). You can buy your copy here or at many bookstores, or you can get an online subscription or download the smartphone* app here.
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