By Molly Fergus, CondeNastTraveler.com
If you'd asked us this morning, we would've been quick to complain about LaGuardia's food options (Auntie Anne's Pretzels and a long line at Dunkin' Donuts come to mind). But turns out, we just haven't been spending enough in Terminals C and D. The newish eats in both wings now have some big-name NYC chefs behind them — Jim Lahey of Co., Andrew Carmellini of The Dutch — and more are on the way for 2013, when the renovations wrap up. This afternoon, we sat down for a tasting with the airport's head concept chef, Michael Coury, who told us all about it…
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