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Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 9:30 AM

-- Jamie Oliver turned down by L.A. school district. [Daily Dish]

-- Grass Fed-Up. Or, a rant against foodies. (Hilarious.) [The New York Times]

-- The Safe Drivers' Guide to Cupcake Calculation. [Alice Medrich]

-- Do all cookbooks need photos? A poll. [MattBites]

-- Justin Timberlake opens his second restaurant. [Perez Hilton]

-- An Essay Against the Banana; Explaining How Processed Foods Will Kill Us. [Feast]

-- Making quince jelly. [Chocolate & Zucchini]

-- What Can You Tell About a Person by Their Fridge? [Eating Our Words]

-- Taco Bell testing lower-sodium menu. [Nation's Restaurant News]

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