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Sampler Platter: ice cream & burgers control your brain, Bangladeshi goat, red velvet cookies

A street vendor sells a roasted goat on the first day of Ramadan at the traditional Iftar market at Chalkbazaar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

From roasted goats to red velvet cookies to recalled waffles to trayless cafeterias:

--Bangladeshi goat on the cusp of Koreatown at Taurat Tandoori. Mattatouille
--The 99 Cent Chef answers five questions for Time's Cheapskate Blog.
--Car smashes through front of Wokcano in downtown L.A.; two injured. Los Angeles Times
--Red velvet cookies at the Studio City Farmers Market. Sku's Recent Eats
--The ultimate mobile candy shop -- in Afghanistan. New York Times
--Chocolate and avocado cake with avocado buttercream. Not Quite Nigella
--Doing pullups at a Waffle House will get you arrested. NWF Daily News
--The cafeteria of the future is trayless. Los Angeles Times
--Are your friends making you fat? The power of social contagion. New York Times
--Kellogg recalls Eggo waffles over Listeria fears. Oregon Live
--Fannie May recalls 43,000 candy bars. Forbes
--Ice cream and burgers can control your brain. Reuters


--Elina Shatkin

Photo: A street vendor sells a roasted goat on the first day of Ramadan at the traditional Iftar market at Chalkbazaar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Credit: Abir Abdullah / EPA.

 
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