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Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 11:00 AM

-- Silver Lake's wild yeast man, breadmaker Mark Stambler. [Eating L.A.]

-- So much for David Beckham and Gordon Ramsay opening a pub in L.A. Hey, what's Diego Maradona up to these days? [Grub Street]

-- Mooi in Echo Park to host Community Supported Agriculture on Tuesdays. [Daily Dish]

-- Are farmers market tomatoes too expensive or worth it? A Washington Post online poll. [The Washington Post]

-- What Are We Composting? [The Onion]

-- Chuan Yu Noodles Town. [NakedSushi]

-- Dose of Vitamin P: Metro Balderas Carnitas. (Carnitas! Northridge!) [Food GPS]

-- The Deadstock Dilemma: Our Toxic Meat Waste. [The Atlantic Food Channel]

-- Pre-Hispanic Mexican Cuisine Finally In Los Angeles: La Huasteca's New Menu. [Teenage Glutster]

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