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Posted at 11:00 AM ET, 05/06/2011

Lunch Room Chatter: Pinkberry! Pinkberry! Pinkberry!

The latest in food news, ideas and philosophy, just in time for your lunch break.

* BA’s Andrew Knowlton predicts a very good Beard Awards ceremony for Washington-area chefs. (Bon Appetit)

* “The food movement can no longer be considered fringe. It’s mainstream.” (Food Politics)

* Five ways to get your mom back in the kitchen. (Chow)

* Farmers don’t need Al Gore to tell them global warming is real. (TIME)

* How excited are Washingtonians for the new Pinkberry in Dupont? This excited. And this excited! AND THIS EXCITED! (Twitter)

* “The U.N. estimates that 44 million people have been pushed into poverty since last June because of rising food prices, which could lead to desperate shortages and unrest.” (MSNBC)

* “You do not want to be between Michelle and a tamale.” (HuffPo Food)

* Dana Cowin on cooking, cancer, procrastination and midnight snacks. (A Life of Spice)

* Six courses. Thirty minutes. One L train. (NY Times)

* We’re becoming more allergic to food — and it’s costing us millions. (Reuters)

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Categories:  Books, Food Politics, Media, Sustainable Food | Tags:  Lunch Room Chatter, Tim Carman

 
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