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Food News Roundup: NASA's Plans To Feed Astronauts, Mario Batali's Favorite Restaurants + Peach Pie With Duck and Cherries

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Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 9:00 AM

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Zester Daily: A view into the life of a farmer for a better understanding of our food production system.

Grub Street: An article exploring gazpacho with basil-lime granite -- and the rest of the menu at West Hollywood's new restaurant Duplex.

Eater L.A.: Ramen from Tsujita, pork ribs from Ham Ji Park and pescado zarandeodo from Mariscos Chente. A map of 20 iconic dishes that define Los Angeles.

MSNBC Bites: Mario Batali's 9 favorite restaurants from around the world.

Good Food: A recipe for savory peach pie with duck and cherries.

Bon Appetit: How NASA plans to feed astronauts on a 3 year trip to Mars in 2030.

Food GPS: The newest beers and tasting events at breweries nearby.

Food 52: A recipe and photo guide for blueberry snack cake with toasted pecan topping.

L.A. Foodie: A kitchen trick that shows you how a muffin pan can give you instant taco bowls.

Eatocracy: A young 9-year-old farmer's "Call Me Maybe" parody, "Farm It, Maybe."

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