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Posted at 12:57 PM ET, 12/21/2010

Lunch Room Chatter: Your salad is out to get you

By Tim Carman

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



  • "The Brick was always sort of like backstage at a rock show." Yeah, right down to the disgusting bathrooms. (DC Beer)

  • The iPhone app that could save you from eating goat testicles one day. (Eater)

  • Jeffrey Steingarten wasn't kidding. Salad is the silent killer, at least according to this report. (CBS News)

  • It's "seed porn" season, says Chef Andy Little. (Twitter)

  • Confined animal feeding operations may be better for the earth. Or says someone with a vested interested in CAFOs. (Slate)

  • "The Sysco rep pretty much hates me right now," says chef Eric Reid of the new Del Ray Pizzeria & Sports Bar. "And that's fine by me." (Going Out Gurus)

  • "This was like eating a melted chocolate bar, a really good dark one." Hot chocolate testing time! (Serious Eats)

  • Food fight! Obama Foodorama gets in the face of a National Review columnist over school lunches. (ObFo)

By Tim Carman  | December 21, 2010; 12:57 PM ET
Categories:  Chefs, Food Politics, Media  | Tags:  Tim Carman, food news  
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