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post Food For Thought For Food

January 16th, 2012

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Americans only spend 6.9% of their income on food. Compare that to a country such as Italy, which has a far lower rate of obesity. Italians eat only 100 fewer calories per day than we do–but they spend more than twice their income on food … I would argue that Europeans are willing to pay more for better food because what they eat is so wrapped up with national pride and cultural identity. Why wouldn’t you spend the time to buy great ingredients for something homemade if that’s how your beloved grandmother did it? Americans, by contrast, have far less of a cultural attachment to the food we eat. We don’t have national dishes and food traditions that bind us together in the way of Italy or Greece.

Cliff Kuang theorizes

A lean, muscular person will be less affected by drink than someone with more body fat: Water-rich muscle tissues absorb alcohol effectively, preventing it from reaching the brain.

A list of 20 odd facts about alcohol

In the Victorian age the true “medical idol of the moment”, according to the Lancet, was Horace Fletcher and his mastication theory. Dieters chewed everything several hundred times (700 times for a shallot) and not only slimmed down but defecated less. Fletcher was so proud of his feces that he always carried one with him to prove that it smelled like a hot biscuit and weighed only 2 ounces. Franz Kafka and Henry James were fervent Fletcherites and came to loathe food.

Louise Foxcroft looks to the history books:

hat tip: Andrew Sullivan

post From The Archives

January 15th, 2012

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“Show hard” 2


post Music Love

January 15th, 2012

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Work It!


January 15th, 2012

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post You Asked For It

January 14th, 2012

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“Dad, what are you doing?


post Music Love

January 14th, 2012

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The Big Band Era had already ended and Rock and Roll was here to stay when this tune went all the way to #2 in April of 1957. This was the swan song of the Big Band Era, one last time in the Top Ten, and for a man well-identified with those times, Jimmy Dorsey. Ironically Jimmy Dorsey died just two months after this recording had risen to such lofty heights in 1957. –Nocaro, 12/27/10

post Today In Public Relations

January 14th, 2012

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post Guilty Pleasure

January 14th, 2012

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post Online Now!

January 13th, 2012

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Scene 6

The Reckoning


post Movie Love

January 13th, 2012

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You Can’t Win ‘Em All Department


Latifah, who executive-produced, at least has a somewhat rousing rejoinder in the film’s final third, demanding the respect owed her, as a selfless provider forced to take a second job… Parton, however, is stuck with corn like “Trying to fool me is like trying to sneak sunrise past a rooster.” (The country-music legend also takes several digs about her ghastly plastic surgery; her willingness to be made fun of does not make looking at her any less traumatic.) — Melissa Anderson, Village Voice

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