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Posted at 11:51 AM ET, 01/12/2011

Lunch Room Chatter: Shooing animals away from the food pyramid

By Tim Carman

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

  • Dining and dashing: It's not just for young punks anymore. (NY Post)

  • Making the world's largest batch of beef stock in the Houston Ship Channel. (Good)

  • Serving up out-of-season blood libel. (Twitter)

  • Rice cakes and Clif Bars are full of empty promises. (HuffPo)

  • We'd like to see Michel Richard make frog legs out of these. (Twitter)

  • Hey, keep those critters away from the food pyramid! (SlashFood)

  • Anthony Bourdain has the same urge about Richman: "In New York, I think print has crushed the blogs. There are so many people blogging about restaurants that the print people have returned to preeminence. I mean, there are a few good food bloggers ... Josh Ozersky drives me crazy. Half the time he’s brilliant, half the time I want to punch his face in." (Grub Street)

  • A Nacional treasure, rediscovered and sweeter than ever. (New York Times)

By Tim Carman  | January 12, 2011; 11:51 AM ET
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