Here's what the nation's food sections have this week:

Nutritional Sticker Shock From Restaurants by Rebekah Denn (P-I): On January 1, all chain restaurants in

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Food News Wrapup: The Earnest Edition

Here's what the nation's food sections have this week:

Nutritional Sticker Shock From Restaurants by Rebekah Denn (P-I): On January 1, all chain restaurants in Seattle will have to post nutritional info for all their menu items. You have seven weeks to eat that bloomin' onion in grateful ignorance. Bonus link: Local Chains Affected by Labeling Law Ready Their Nutritional Data.

Jamie Oliver Whips Up Interactive Video Game Cookbook by Erick Wong (Chronicle): Recipes and shopping lists so you can take your DS to the grocery store.

Cluck and Cover by Carol Ness (Grist): This article's a few weeks old but still a good read -- a piece about the other California proposition that passed.

What Does an Obama Win Mean for the U.S. Food Supply? by Ali (Ethicurian): Whaddaya know? We have a president who reads and responds to the New York Times. Good times to be a liberal again. Here's a list of the president-elect's current policy goals for agriculture.

Crushing Addiction by Jessica Allen (Globe & Mail): Only in Europe -- drug addicts in rehabilitation in Emilia-Romagna are taught to make wine.

Who knew that Michael Cera had a British doppelganger?

 
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