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Restaurant Experts Sum Up 2013 in One Word

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As is the tradition at Eater, our closeout of the year is a survey of friends, industry types, bloggers, and readers. We've already covered Best Standbys and Top Newcomers. Now it's time to describe 2012 in one word. Readers, please add your thoughts to the comments.
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Anya Levykh, CBC correspondent and food writer.
"Vegetables"

Andrew Morrison, is the editor & publisher of Scout.
"Meh."

Alexandra Gill, Vancouver Restaurant Critic for the Globe & Mail.
"Vegetarianism"

Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun restaurant critic and food writer.
"Fun!"

Coleen Christie, is the anchor of CTV News week nights.
"Casual"

Stephanie Yuen, seasoned food & travel journalist for both English and Chinese print and online publications.
"Re-inventing"

Sean Neild, Sean's Adventures in Flavortown
"Foraged"

Carolyn Ali, Travel/ food editor for Vancouver's Georgia Straight.
"Vegetables"

Cassandra Anderton, Good Life Vancouver.
"Kale."

Joanne Sasvari, Writer and Editor of FLAVOURS magazine.
"Vegetable-forward. OK, that's two words, but this was really the year veggies became the star of the meal everywhere from the Four Seasons to Main Street holes-in-the-wall."

Lee Man, a regular contributor to Urban Diner and a judge for the Vancouver Magazine annual restaurant awards.
"Noma-esque"

Eagranie Yuh, writer, author and chocolate expert.
"Twerkalicious."

Sherman's Food Adventures:
"Predictable."

Mijune Pak, Followmefoodie.com
"Granola."