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Posted at 12:15 PM ET, 01/14/2011

Lunch Room Chatter: Fighting for the right
to trash the Chesapeake

By Tim Carman

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

* Today's required reading: "When I reflect on his look at that time, I also remember others with HIV/AIDS and other illnesses at the last stage of their lives. I remember how friends and family members who have died of complications from this disease and even cancer or other illnesses, often smile and show new life even if briefly when lusting after foods their mind is craving, even if the body cannot eat much of." (Eatocracy)

* The chef who exaggerated his accomplishments prefers D.C. dining over New York's. (Daily Beast)

* A chicken nugget. (McMurray Hatchery blog)

* American Farm Bureau fights for its right to trash the Chesapeake. (Baltimore Sun)

* Nerd read of the day: How has the Gulf oil spill affected already vulnerable bluefin stocks? (WSJ)

* Now that's Southern living! (Southern Living)

* "He calls his thirtysomething friends who have succumbed to the creeping Americanization of French coffee 'one-armed zombies' because they walk the streets of Paris carrying to-go cups." (Zester Daily)

* Cream of Wheaton? West Falls Church's Chicken? (WAMU)

By Tim Carman  | January 14, 2011; 12:15 PM ET
Categories:  Chefs, Food Politics, Media  | Tags:  Lunch Room Chatter, Tim Carman  
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