Food News Roundup: Urasawa #2 Most Expensive U.S. Restaurant, New Obama Food Initiative + Health Food Cheaper Than Junk
CBS News: Obama announces a food initiative aimed at improving food security in needy African countries.
MedPage Today: A U.S. Department of Agriculture study finds that eating healthy food doesn't necessarily cost more than junk food.
Health on Today: Does organic food turn people into jerks? A new study says it might.
Eatocracy: Critics dish on the art of the bad review. ("..the pen is mightier than the fork.")
Food Politics: Should schools ban bake sales? Marion Nestle weighs in.
Bon Appetit: "The Craziest Food You Can Deep-Fry" -- avocados, eggs, macaroni and cheese...
The Las Vegas Sun: Help Marja Vongerichten, host of PBS show "The Kimchi Chronicles," find her father, a U.S. serviceman in the mid-'70s in Korea.
Daily Candy: New cocktails at the Tasting Kitchen in Venice.
Food GPS: A guide to favorite craft beers in L.A.
Food Republic: An interview with Chris Cosentino, who says he once rode a 24-hour bike endurance race.
Eating L.A.: A visit to the just re-opened Tom Bergin's.
Good Food: A recipe for strawberry shortcake from Inn of the Seventh Ray.
Pocho: Nopal, chile and mole flavored drinks coming to Starbucks? We wish!