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Food News Roundup: Adrià Games, How To Throw A Pie + Taxing Bad Food

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Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 1:22 PM

-- Bad Food? Tax It, and Subsidize Vegetables. Or so says Mark Bittman. [The New York Times]

-- The El Bulli dish-name generator. [Slate]

-- Modern beans on toast. [Rancho Gordo]

-- Paradise by the dashboard light -- can you bake cookies in a car? [Off the Clock, via food52]

-- Marion Nestle on the salt in your Campbell's soup can. [The Atlantic]

-- Yujean Kang, Pasadena: 20th anniversary. [SinoSoul]

-- The Beginning of the End for Bananas? [The Scientist]

-- How To Throw A Pie. Not specifically at Rupert Murdoch, but you get the idea. [The High Definite]

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