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Plate Spinning: Listings From the Past Week

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Tue, May 4, 2010 at 2:30 PM

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

-- The 50 worst restaurants in the world. The fiction edition. [Chicago Tribune]

-- How Alinea's Grant Achatz lost and found his sense of taste. [CNN]

-- 10 Pepsi flavors you can't get in this country. [WebUrbanist]

-- On the Pragmatism Front: A NYC Irish pub does double duty as an unemployment center. [Daily News]

-- Help Wanted: Iowa morel hunters. [Des Moines Register]

-- Mississippi Congressman compares Gulf Coast oil disaster to spilled "chocolate milk." [Huffington Post]

-- The FDA's director of food safety, Stephen Sundlof, steps down. [Wall Street Journal]

-- China's honey smuggling trade. [UPI]

-- What's in your meatballs? Monkey meat. [CNN]

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