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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 9/25

Posted By on Tue, Sep 25, 2007 at 8:46 AM

A new survey finds that a majority of U.S. consumers plan to cut back on restaurant visits in the coming months. (Reuters)

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Does the imminent release of a line of frozen foods mean that superstar chef and foodie god Thomas Keller has finally spread himself too thin? (Bloomberg)

I hate eating contests, but it's a slow food-news day. (Not to be confused with a slow-food news day. Foodie humor. Ha ha. Sigh.) Anyway, this dude ate ten-plus burritos in twelve minutes. The monks in Myanmar are not impressed. (AP)

-Ian Froeb

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