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Posted at 11:27 AM ET, 01/ 3/2011

Lunch Room Chatter: Pino Luongo dishes

By Tim Carman

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

  • Who hasn't wanted to do this to Gordon Ramsay? (Eater)

  • More likely a Good Stuff burger: "After another successful anti-obesity event, First lady Michelle Obama is caught power stuffing Twinkies down her throat in one of the tunnels beneath the White House, leading to a Pulitzer Prize in photography for the blog ObamaFoodorama." (The Progressive Farmer)

  • Buy Bordeaux while you can still (kind of) afford it. (Reuters)

  • The secret to the perfect Studio 54 after-party. (Insatiable Critic)

  • The new rules on tips in New York. (New York Times)

  • Spike Mendelsohn's hard-earned wisdom on running a restaurant: Keep the family out. (Serious Eats)

  • Probably not manna from heaven. (WUSA9)

  • Perhaps taking this New Year's resolution thing too far. (Twitter)

  • Pino, very noir. (Ozersky.TV)


By Tim Carman  | January 3, 2011; 11:27 AM ET
Categories:  Chefs, Media  | Tags:  Lunch Room Chatter, Tim Carman  
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