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In-N-Out's Off-Menu Full Reveal, Des Jardins To Host James Beard Awards, More!

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HANDY GUIDES - Apparently, ordering an "Animal Style" burger In-N-Out is a total rookie move. Serious Eats went ahead and ordered everything on In-N-Out's menu: both real and secret menu items, took pictures and blogged about it. Here's photographic evidence of off-menu mustard-grilled patties, two-minute fries, "fantastic" whole grilled onions and what sounds like In-N-Out's answer to the Double Down, a concoction of melted cheese between two burger patties called The Flying Dutchmen. [Serious Eats]

AWARDS SEASON - Big day for Traci Des Jardins, today as the James Beard Foundation announces she'll join fellow JBF award winners Ming Tsai and Tom Colicchio as hosts at this year's Awards Ceremony to take place Monday, May 9th at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York. Find the full press release on the gala affair, including this year's theme and other fun details over at Eater National. [EaterWire]

LAUNCHES & RELEASES - Booze-centric DrinkMeMag.com just launched a juiced up version of its original website with a comprehensive calendar of events that industry types can update themselves, more news, recipes and out-of-town information and social media integration. [EaterWire]

WINE COUNTRY - After some time in limbo, The Fremont Diner is up and running in Sonoma again, and with a beer and wine license to boot. As of today, they're serving proprietary blends from Scribe among other alcoholic beverages. [ISSF]

OAKLAND - Oliveto's Whole Hog Dinners start next Wednesday, March 9th through the 12th. This year there will be proscuitto tastings, offal braises, pork trotters, pancetta-fried potatoes and LOTS of other meaty goodness the Tablehopper can tell you about. Reservations are encouraged. [Tablehopper]

Just cracking the surface of In-N-Out's options. [Photo: Food porn at Showdogs. [Photo: Eater SF Flickr Pool/wickedfreshie] ">Shrink Cooperative]

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