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Food FYI: The art of processing chickens

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CHICKEN CLOSE-UP

Michael Ruhlman visits an Ohio farm to see ‘the process of taking a chicken from feathers to cookable.’ That includes killing, bleeding, defeathering and eviscerating. [Ruhlman]

ANTHONY + NIGELLA

Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson team up to host a cooking competition show on ABC. [Eater]

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NEW FOOD AD STANDARDS

Walt Disney Co. plans to advertise on its TV channels, radio stations and website only food that meets its nutritional criteria. No more junk food ads, kids. [USA Today]

SMOKY LOAF

Micro-bakery Smohk makes smoked bread. It’s baked in a combo smoker/oven with oak, hickory and mesquite. [Los Angeles]

‘NEOLITHIC BEAUJOLAIS’

A biomolecular archaeologist known as the ‘Indiana Jones of ancient ales, wines and extreme beverages’ chemically identifies the worlds oldest known wine grape. It’s from Hajji Firuz, Iran, circa 5400 B.C. [Ezra Magazine]

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