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Posted at 6:20 PM ET, 02/ 9/2011

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: The states have cut spending pretty deeply, the White House has made some serious mistakes in Senate recruitment, and people in government like to gossip.

Elsewhere:

1) Former Democratic Leadership Council Policy Director Ed Kilgore on the DLC.

2) A few brave members of the House GOP decided to forgo the government's health-care insurance. This is their story.

3) "You want an acronym? Let’s try ERF: Eat Real Food."

4) Real talk.

5) How to live with a chef.

Recipe: Sous vide tongue tacos. I've got these going at home right now.

By Ezra Klein  | February 9, 2011; 6:20 PM ET
 
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Ezra, you might like this video by "Cooking for Geeks" on how to make a Sous Vide cooker out of a crock pot: http://vimeo.com/16183353

@Chris_Gaun
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Posted by: chrisgaun | February 9, 2011 11:10 PM | Report abuse

Yeap. In fact, did you know that Currently, many insurance companies do not allow adult children to remain on their parents' plan once they reach 19. Companies cannot do that any more. Search onilne for "Wise Health Insurance" and you can insure your kids if you are in the same boat.

Posted by: martinmorriss | February 10, 2011 2:50 AM | Report abuse

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