Buzzfeed: It won’t happen for another 70,000 years, so get your Thanksgivukkah on with these recipes! (Speaking of, Jews, we came up with a brilliant sandwich for morning-after leftovers — turkey and cranberry sauce, served between two latkes. Eat your heart out, ramen burger.)
POLITICO: The DC insider publication (whose Morning Playbook is better than coffee) announced the creation of POLITICO Pro Agriculture, which tracks our nation’s food and agriculture policy at a super insider level. Concerned about the USDA’s ruling on GIPSA requirements and how the NBCA’s lobbying efforts shaped it? This is the place. (Also, shout out to Helena Bottemiller-Evich for joining the team!)
Eater: The Department of Health apparently shuttered Mission Chinese Food due to health code violations including a leak in the basement. Whatever, DOH, aren’t you furloughed right now or something?
Esquire: Josh Ozersky evidently pissed some people off by saying that New York was the best barbecue city on an episode of Barbecue Pitmasters, which happened to air at the same time his festival Meatopia is gearing up for its Texas tour. Awkward.
The New York Times: Why is the Nacho Dorito the most enduring Dorito flavor? A breakdown.
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