Media Mix: Pete Wells' First Review; an Organic Milk Shortage; and 'Gay Men Don't Get Fat'

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Pete Wells Reviews Wong: In his first review as The New York Times dining critic, Wells gives Greenwich Village's Wong two stars, saying, "The best dishes at Wong have a where-did-that-come-from quality." [NY Times]

Evan Kleiman to Close Angeli Caffe: The 27-year-old Los Angeles restaurant will shut its doors on Jan. 13. "It was my personal mission to get my employees past the worst of the recession, and I absorbed a lot of losses personally in order to do that and just can’t do it anymore," Kleiman told the LA Times. [LA Times]

Simon Doonan Talks Gay and Straight Diets: The cheeky author of Gay Men Don’t Get Fat discusses his diet tips with The New York Times. "Gay chips are baked. Straight chips are deep-fried. It’s that simple," he says. [NY Times]

Will There Be an Organic Milk Shortage?: The popularity of organic milk and the high cost of production means we may see a 10 percent increase in prices this month. [NPR]

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