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Denny's. McDonald's. Burger King. Some nameless diner with a sign hanging off its hinges. Eating on the road can be a lottery – or, even worse – far too predictable altogether. That's why Roadfood is such a clever idea.

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Roadfood lists the most memorable eateries along the highways and back roads of America. Informal and inexpensive food created by America's culinary folk artists. These are restaurants recommended by locals and savvy travelers. Places with character as well as long lines outside their doors.

Created by Jane and Michael Stern, who scour the country for good places to eat, Roadfood is a great resource for travelers on a great American road trip. Know where you're going before you set off? Search the site for places to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. Or make it up as you go along, and send in reviews of good places you find.

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The Sterns have been in the food business for 20 years, writing numerous books from Elvis World (a cultural background to the singer, including his grocery lists and favorite recipes) to Roadfood (a paper version of the website), and are contributing columnists to Gourmet magazine. So, if some of the restaurants look a little suspect, you can trust that they know what they're talking about. RM  

Images: Roadfood.com

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