Plate Spinnings: Listings From the Past Week

Some food for thought from local, national and international news sources from this past week:

-- Designer Betsey Johnson unveils $3 million bottle of liqueur. Hope she's got a good dress to match. [United Business Media]

-- Use your leftover Valentine's chocolate to measure the speed of light. Really. [GQ]

-- Guinea pigs, which apparently taste like pork, might help solve the hunger crisis in the Congo. Why not, they're common in Peru. [Ottawa Sun]

-- Corby Kummer says good things about Walmart. [The Atlantic]

-- Southern Comfort threatens the Southern Comfort Band with legal action to get them to change their name. Maybe the band should just drink on stage and get a licensing fee. [The Brooklyn Paper]

-- A writer joins the immigrant work force picking salad. [Salon]

-- 25 great places to eat in Vancouver. [The Vancouver Sun]

-- 5 ways to cook with beer. [The Hungry Beast]

Plate Spinnings: Listings From the Past Week


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