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Sampler Platter: Rice war, poutine, marmalade, grilled cheese

March 2, 2009 |  3:21 pm

Slices of lemon start on the bottom of a skillet, with butter and brown sugar, and end up as the marmalade-like topping on a classic vanilla cake. Glenn Koening Los Angeles Times Monday midday food updates...

  • Tempest in a rice bowl. Indian and Chinese restaurants in a mall food court fight over who can sell rice. Boston.com
  • In Virginia and Tennessee, bills are being submitted to legalize carrying concealed weapons into restaurants and bars. The Feed Bag
  • A Canadian city considers banning poutine at hockey games. Residents say that would be "like banning rainbows and happiness." National Post
  • SELF magazine tries to make healthful grilled-cheese sandwiches. Why?!
  • Brits worried about slumping marmalade sales. Daily Mail
  • Worst prize ever: Eat a 2-foot, 6-pound burrito and win free, unlimited roller coaster rides. mlive.com
  • Growing the perfect pear. A story from Roseburg, Ore. New York Times

-- Elina Shatkin

Photo: Slices of lemon start on the bottom of a skillet, with butter and brown sugar, and end up as the marmalade-like topping on a classic vanilla cake. (Glenn Koening / Los Angeles Times)

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