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What We're ReadingRebecca Greenfield for the New York Times

Details: Now that Valentine’s Day has passed, is it true what they say about oysters? — Jeff Gordinier

NPR: And now, the farmer’s new tool in the battle against superweeds, which have become resistant to herbicides: weed-seeking robots. Zap. – Glenn Collins

Food Republic: From promoting indie rock in the ‘90s to making indie beer today: not such a big leap, after all. – Patrick Farrell

Decanter: The French appellation system was intended to guarantee the quality and provenance of wines, but Isabelle Legeron argues that it is outdated and no longer serves consumers or vignerons. — Eric Asimov

Southern Foodways Alliance: The Edna Lewis Foundation, dedicated to the study and preservation of African-American food tradition, has gained non-profit status. — Julia Moskin

MSN: Flu season has been very, very good to the orange juice industry. From The Wall Street Journal — Maria Newman

Eater: Ramen fever goes national. — Jeff Gordinier

Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews: A visit with Pax Mahle of Wind Gap, who’s making excellent wines from the western end of Sonoma County…. — Eric Asimov

Wine Anorak: …Meanwhile, in England, Jamie Goode samples some more of the best new wines coming out of California. — Eric Asimov

Cooking Light: Can a regular guy try to cook like Thomas Keller,
Daniel Humm or Heston Blumenthal? — Jeff Gordinier

Smithsonian: Brewing cane juice with yeast for fun and profit in Ecuador. Call it chicha de hongos: “fruit beer of fungus.” Yum. – Glenn Collins

Condé Nast Traveler: Maybe you’re not rich, but in Palm Beach you can pretend you are. Plus they’ve got tacos filled with Peking duck. — Jeff Gordinier

AP: Two of the world’s richest men — Carlos Slim and Bill Gates — give $25 million to a research center in Mexico to help develop genetically-modified seeds to help farmers in the developing world grow more grain in a time of changing climate conditions. Via Grub Street. — Maria Newman

LA Weekly: Want to eat good, authentic Thai food in Southern California? This man will help you find it. — Jeff Gordinier

Santa Barbara Independent: A look at chefs going rogue on the California coast. — Jeff Gordinier

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