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Quick Bites

By Chuck Sudo in Food on Oct 22, 2009 3:20PM

  • Sky Full of Bacon's Mike Gebert offers up his Rules for Dining (inspired by/apologies to Michael Pollan) [SFoB]
  • Chicago Eats TV launched this week, promising "hot and fresh videos about some of the most unique places around." So far their curioaity has taken them to Yak-Zies, Jake Melnick's, McGee's Tavern, Cans and Redhots and Fries. Way to take the road less traveled. []
  • Bleeding Heart Bakery starts a bread co-op this Saturday with Polenta Asiago Roasted Garlic Bread. Orders must be received no later than 7 p.m. every Friday (order by calling 773-327-6934 or via e-mail) and will be ready for pickup 1 p.m. Sundays. And it's only $5 a loaf. [Inbox]
  • David Hammond updated his indispensable Guide to the Maxwell Street Market. [Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance]
  • Belly Shack wasn't even open 2 hours before Steve Dolinsky raved about the "super-bold flavors" of Bill Kim's sandwiches. [Dolinsky's Twitter]
  • Author/newly converted vegetarian Jonathan Safran Foer is "disappointed" in Anthony's Bourdain's views on eating meat. Bourdain to Foer: Get over yourself. [Grub Street NY 1, 2]
  • Watch out, Paul Kahan. David Chang has his eye out for you when you're in New York. [Opinionated About Dining, via Grub Street Chi]
  • Huffington Post asks the most important question about local farmers: How hot are they? [HuffPo 1, 2]