Plate Spinnings: Listings From the Past Week

Some food for thought from local, national and international news sources from this past week:

-- Would you pay $250 million for Hooters? Don't answer that. [New York Post]

-- Seven examples of very strange international food. [Independent Traveler]

-- 5 favorite cookbooks from Alton Brown. [Wall Street Journal]

-- One man's search for the Perfect Snack. [Daily Beast]

-- Just in time for Valentine's Day (rather than Halloween): How to Wield a Knife. [The Atlantic]

-- Life in the Tomato Mafia. (Okay, need Ray Liotta for this one.) [Los Angeles Times]

-- Melba toast factory in NY is toast. [The New York Times]

-- Dorie Greenspan opens a pop-up cookie shop. [In the Kitchen and On the Road with Dorie]

Plate Spinnings: Listings From the Past Week

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