Small Plates: Monday, 7/30



I'm still trying to figure out what to call this segment instead of Small Plates. Given Gut Check's love of bad puns, I'm sure the new name will inspire more than a few groans and forehead slaps.

Good stuff today.

Chesterfield restaurant Aqua Vin is facing eviction by its landlord, Sachs Properties. (KSDK)

Scientists and the FDA are struggling to determine how to regulate genetically modified food, including salmon that grow twice as quickly as normal salmon. (New York Times)

A closer look at the movement to eat more locally produced food, and how restaurants and grocery stores are trying to cater to its adherents. (Washington Post)

-Ian Froeb

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