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Posted at 11:45 AM ET, 02/21/2011

Lunch Room Chatter: Poor presidential diets

By Tim Carman

The latest in food news, ideas and philosophy, just in time for your lunch break.

* Beer for breakfast, crackers for supper and other very un-presidential diets. (Food and Think)

* Always trying to outdo the British: George Washington had only one tooth in his mouth by the time he was president. (Food and Think)

* Hate anchovies? You better start developing a taste for 'em. (WaPo)

* Knife used for all the wrong reasons at Jonathan Waxman's West Village restaurant. (NY Daily News)

* Washington's best food on wheels. (WaPo)

* Australian taxpayers are helping to train McDonald's cashiers. (Herald Sun)

* Getting up in the morning could cost a lot more. (Serious Eats)

* Why bars should ditch the mega-brewery taps and stock up on craft beer. (D.C. Beer)

By Tim Carman  | February 21, 2011; 11:45 AM ET
Categories:  Beer, Chefs, Food Politics, Media, Sustainable Food  | Tags:  Lunch Room Chatter, Tim Carman  
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