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RestaurantHospitality RHExtra for December 7, 2010
 Payback Time For Food Bloggers
 Hell's Kitchen: Bait And Switch
 CSPI Takes One Last Cheap Shot—At You

Payback Time For Food Bloggers

Had it up to here with bloggers who badmouth restaurants? Then you’ll probably enjoy the movie Bitter Feast, an indie thriller in which a celebrity chef extracts revenge from the online critic who’s ruined his career. The DVD lists for $25, and the 113-minute-long film even has a cameo by Mario Batali in a dramatic role. “Gore for the gourmet,” says Variety.

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Hell's Kitchen: Bait And Switch

Hell’s Kitchen has broadcast more than 100 episodes, but still hasn’t gotten the prize structure right. The latest snafu: the UK’s Home Office denied a visa to Season Seven winner Holli Ugalde, so she won’t be able to collect her grand prize—a chef’s job at show host Gordon Ramsay’s The Savoy Grill in London. Wouldn’t you think the producers would think of this detail earlier in the process?

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CSPI Takes One Last Cheap Shot—At You

With mandatory nutritional labeling on menus poised to kick in soon, we were hoping the dietary scolds at the Center For Science in the Public Interest would temper their criticism of full-service restaurants. No such luck, as the group is again calling out casual dining chains with its “Xtreme Eating 2010” list. CSPI still doesn’t seem to get that huge portions are why many customers go to restaurants in the first place.

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