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Hot Food: Techie Take Out

All work and no food spawns a new line of easy edibles.

By Amanda C. Kooser

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They're not just chowing down on Jolt and Doritos thesedays. Tech entrepreneurs and their employees are famous for longhours in front of their computers and less-than-healthy eatinghabits. When you have that many people looking for finger foods,companies take notice. Enter the Conewich and the Dilberito.

The fill-it-yourself Conewich ( is a cone-shapedpiece of bread that comes in three sizes and nine flavors. Forbreakfast or dessert, consider blueberry or cinnamon-raisin. Fordinner, think sundried tomato and basil or cheese and onion. Thecone shape keeps even sloppy foods under control while leaving onehand free for tech activities.

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