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Here's a tip: quit expecting a big gratuity. Journalist David Sax tells the service industry to quit begging, and suggests that bosses pay a fair wage. (The New York Times)

European Food Safety Authority study questions food health claims. Marion Nestle's interested in how their findings about the possible irrelevance of antioxidants will affect American marketing. (European Food Safety Authority, Food Politics by Marion Nestle

Kroger recalls store-brand Onion Soup and Dip Mix and Beefy Onion Soup and Dip Mix for possible salmonella contamination. Items were sold at Kroger-owned stores such as Dillion's and Gerbes in mid-Missouri. (Associated Press)

Chicago's Gold Coast goes Brazilian with Chicago Dog Caipirinha. (Gapersblock.com)

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