The Morning Brew: 3.15

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Arabic food arrives at the U.S.'s biggest Marine base. A combination of veterans returning from the Middle East with a taste for the cuisine outweighs the fear wrought by the Fort Hood massacre, making a Lebanese-American's shawarma stand a hit. (Wall Street Journal)

Lower prices on healthy food won't solve the obesity problem when the money saved goes to purchase junk food, according to a University of Buffalo study. Solution? Raise junk food prices. (NPR)

Irish chef Rachel Allen talks Ireland cuisine, past and present. She takes the traditional heavy dishes and gives them a lighter, modern spin. (New York Daily News)

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