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National Food News Roundup: Maggots, Robots, Sex, Hockey, and a Gingerbread House Recall

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Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 10:35 AM
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--Whole Foods recalls gingerbread houses, though thankfully, not in California. Slashfood

--Food writer Christopher Borrelli experiences foodie fatigue. ChiTrib

-- Food stuck in neanderthal teeth illuminates early human eating habits. Discovery

--Survey: women think about food more than sex. Time

--Inside look, with video, of Chinese robot waiters. Singularity Hub

--Maple Leafs fan banned after throwing waffle at terrible hockey team. USA Today

--Composting dead animals through maggot farming helps feed chickens. Just Means

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