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Monday, March 22, 2010

The Morning Brew: 3.22

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Following last night's debut of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, the reviews are rolling in. The Washington Post recognizes it's pap but can't look away. (The Washington Post)

New York mobile food vendors turn to Twitter. The immediacy of the social networking site allows owners to tell followers where they're setting up shop and at what time. Meanwhile, in Texas, South by Southwest participants survive on The Food Truck Diet. Here are some of the favorites. (Reuters, The New York Times,

New book highlights Fred Harvey's role in creating the American chain restaurant. In the late 19th century, Harvey opened restaurants along the new railroad lines. (The Wall Street Journal)

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