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Sampler Platter: Toronto street food, downtown L.A. burgers and British breakfast clubs

March 18, 2009 |  1:19 pm

Photos - Left: Chicken and lamb souvlaki at Taverna Tony. Credit: Ken Hively, Los Angeles Times. Middle: Various Ethiopian dishes rest on a bed of injera at Meals by Genet. Credit: Genaro Molina, Los Angeles Times. Right: Jerk chicken and Italian vegetarian stew at Natraliart. Credit: Bob Carey, Los Angeles Times. The newsiest food news from around the globe...

  • Toronto residents will finally be able to get Greek souvlaki, Jamaican jerk chicken and Ethiopian injera from street vendors. But will they be able to get L.A.-quality tacos? We think not. Globe and Mail
  • Los Anjealous calls out D-Town Burger Bar: "a 50's inspired menu rocking 2010 hipster prices."
  • Most people don't look at recipes and just wing it when cooking dinner. Chicago Sun-Times
  • Black male children may face the highest risk for food allergies. U.S. News & World Report
  • TableXchange, a website that let diners buy and sell reservations at sought-after restaurants, will close April 1. Wall Street Journal
  • Worried about a potential monopoly, China's government denies Coca-Cola's $2.4-billion bid to buy the juice producer Huiyuan Juice Group. L.A. Times
  • British children who attend breakfast clubs have better attitudes. BBC

-- Elina Shatkin

Photo: Left: Chicken and lamb souvlaki at Taverna Tony (Credit: Ken Hively / Los Angeles Times). Middle: Various Ethiopian dishes rest on a bed of injera at Meals by Genet (Credit: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times). Right: Jerk chicken and Italian vegetarian stew at Natraliart. (Credit: Bob Carey / Los Angeles Times)

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