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The Death of the Entree?

Contrary to popular belief, the entree is not dead, writes Paul Reidinger; rather, it is both alive and robust: "If you think these dishes are too big here — and they are — you're likely to split a seam at what's being served beyond the Bay Area bubble, out there in our beloved red states. The situation is like a culinary version of grade inflation; side dishes are sizable enough to be appetizers, while appetizers are big enough to be main courses, and main courses are basically indescribable." [SFBG]