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Food News Roundup: Rulhman's Holiday Cookbook Picks, Fatal Nutmeg + Fancy Potato Chips

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Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 10:50 AM

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Eater LA: 50 years behind the bar at Musso & Frank with Manny Aguirre.

Michael Ruhlman: Holiday cookbooks picks for 2012.

Grub Street Los Angeles: Riot like a European dairy farmer and fill your spray hoses with milk.

Daily Dish: A new chef steps behind the stoves of Thomas Keller's The French Laundry.

The Salt: On nutmeg, hallucinations and massacres.

The New York Times: Want to cook a good pot of beans? Just bury a giant iron pot in your backyard.

Matt Bites: The Scharffen Berger Chocolate Adventure Contest!

Leite's Culinaria: 12 holiday gifts we secretly want.

Huff Post Food: Why it's time to stop marketing food to kids.

The Smithsonian: Where Did Pabst Win that Blue Ribbon?

Chocolate & Zucchini: Frig-drawing with Dan Barber.

Daily Mail: Jamie Oliver hangs out with Prince Charles.

Serious Eats: Fancy potato chips from the UK.


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