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Last week, GOOD Food Editor Nicola Twilley asked GOOD employees what their food resolutions were for 2011. From "eating more street meat" to "build a recipe book," we came up with some interesting food related intentions for the new year. You can see our answers here. Now it's your turn.

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Tomorrow, we will post a roundup of our favorite responses, so stay tuned! We look forward to hearing your thoughts.

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Year in Review 2010: 2011 Food Predictions

What can an outpouring of 2011 food trend predictions tell us about today, if not tomorrow?


Earlier this year, Brendan Francis Newnam, co-host of American Public Media's Dinner Party Download podcast, predicted that one of the big food trends of 2010 would be food trends, as "more and more people get into the business of predicting what is going to be popular in food." It seems fair to say, as I wade through a sea of year-end food trend listage, that this is one prediction that has come true.

Newnam then went on to interview Kara Nielson, a food trendologist with the Center for Culinary Development, who shared some insights into the methodology of trendology as she explained her prediction that coconut is going to be big in 2011:

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