The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 10.21

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China's melamine scandal strikes an unlikely industry: edible sex toys. (New York Times)

A new study might -- emphasis on might -- exonerate acrylamide, which forms in potato chips and other foods cooked at high heat and is usually considered a carcinogen. (Scientific American)

We would eat this: "crisp pancetta encircling a pork tenderloin stuffed with homemade pork sausage flavored with orange zest and toasted fennel." (St. Petersburg Times)

- Ian Froeb

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