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Recap: Larry, Larry, Larry! (and his potential replacements); some encouraging signs for filibuster reform, and why we should cut Medicare rather than Social Security.


1) Why the small-business bill won't create many jobs.

2) Lennon and McCartney.

3) I want to eat at Fatty Cue.

4) The GOP releases its "Pledge to America."

Recipe of the day: Sauteed radishes with mint.

By Ezra Klein  | September 22, 2010; 7:06 PM ET
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Sauteed radishes....what a concept. Wonder what sauteing would do for a beet. With maybe some fennel seeds instead of mint.

Posted by: bgmma50 | September 22, 2010 7:31 PM | Report abuse

From the Fatty 'Cue menus:

"Dragon Pullman Toast | side of master fat "

I have NO IDEA what that even means, but I want to eat it.

Posted by: Nylund154 | September 22, 2010 9:21 PM | Report abuse

I'm hoping the "Dragon Pullman Toast | side of master fat " is like the lardi I had in Italy -- super-thin ribbons of premium pork fat which melted into the warm toast.

Yes! You really do want to eat it.

Posted by: kgus123 | September 23, 2010 12:43 AM | Report abuse

We ate at fatty cue last month when we were in NYC; it was delicious! I'd recommend the coriander bacon and any of the ribs.

Posted by: Erica_D | September 23, 2010 2:06 PM | Report abuse

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