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Sampler Platter: bacon-flavored beer, keeping kosher in Kabul and chewy chicken feet

September 21, 2009 |  2:48 pm

Chicken feet stick up from behind a stall glass panel at a market in Shanghai, China.

  Would you pay $63,500 for dinner? One woman just did. This and more in today's food news roundup.

-- Bacon-flavored beer. New York Times
-- Keeping kosher in Kabul: Afghanistan's last Jew. Los Angeles Times
-- Alabama woman wins dinner with Sarah Palin for $63,500 via EBay auction. New York Daily News
-- Chewy chicken feet may quash a China-America trade war. New York Times
-- A man accused of starting a restaurant fire with a flicked cigarette has been ordered to quit smoking by a judge. Maui News
-- Eating LA visits Cafe Flourish, a recently opened vegan restaurant in Miracle Mile.
-- TGI Friday's closes 10 West Coast restaurants. Dallas Morning News
-- José Antonio Ortega Bonet, founder of Sazón Goya Food Company, dies. Miami Herald
-- Ghirardelli Chocolate launches iPhone app. Reuters

-- Elina Shatkin

Photo: Chicken feet stick up from behind a stall glass panel at a market in Shanghai. Credit: Qilai Shen / EPA

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