Food News Roundup: Somebody Really Hates Pie, Stumptown Sold + More Fun in School Cafeterias
-- In which Slate's Nathan Heller goes off on pie. Yes, pie is un-American and well, just generally terrible. Maybe somebody needs a better pie recipe. [Slate]
-- Stumptown Coffee sold to a New York investment firm. [WW]
-- Dorie Greenspan wins IACP best cookbook award. (Heller might want to try one of Greenspan's pie recipes. Just a thought.) [Daily Dish]
-- So Michel Foucault and Jeremy Benthan walk into an elementary school cafeteria... (God, how did we miss this one.) [Two Whole Cakes]
-- Funny videos about Filipino food. [Pleasure Palate]
-- Deborah Madison on cooking with garden vegetables. [Zester Daily]
-- Natural and Organic Sales Hit $81 Billion. [Foodista]
-- Kris Kristofferson drinks beer for breakfast, circa 1970, Hollywood. [Blood & Grits]
-- 5 positive signs for restaurants. [Nation's Restaurant News]
-- Mark Bittman cooks Korean bbq at home. [New York Times Magazine]
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