This Week in Gut Check, Regurgitated

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This week we found out that St. Louis is more of a slow food city than one might expect, especially considering our penchant for food trucks. In other matters of national ranking, St. Louis was named the drunkest city in the Midwest.

What else did we do this week?

Pepsi's slim, fashionable new can design aims to attract slim, fashionable ladies.

Martha Stewart very daintily misbehaved on Letterman, leading Robin Wheeler to investigate Stewart's history with lapses in etiquette.

Mangia Mobile brings Arancini and toasted ravioli to the streets.

Gut Check reports on butter's alternate use -- as a murder weapon.

New legislation threatens the already low minimum wage of tipped employees.

That's it for this week. Have a great weekend. Eat something good.

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