Weekly Media Smörgåsbord: Underappreciated Superfoods, Brooklyn Dining and More...

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The food and drink stories we were reading this week.




The Daily Meal is dedicated to consuming and analyzing the latest food news and trends. From a look at the array of dishes you can make from meatball ingredients, to a worldwide guide to tipping, here's a look at the stories our editorial staff was reading this week.

-The incredible variety of meatball ingredients out there. [The New York Times]

-Top-ranking superfoods that are under the radar. [Chicago Tribune]

-A response to recent opposition to Brooklyn dining. [Fork in the Road, The Village Voice]

-The evolution of Kistler chardonnay. [Diner's Journal, The New York Times]

-Roundup of the top wine trends of 2010. [Huffington Post]

-Ferran Adrià opens his Barcelona tapas bar, 41 Degrees. [Grub Street Philadelphia]

-Cheese derived from human milk. [Grist]

-Turmoil ensues between Jamie Oliver and the LAUSD. [Squid Ink, LA Weekly]

-Curtis Stone to step in for Kelly Choi as the host of Top Chef Masters. [Grub Street New York]

-A global guide to restaurant tipping. [Business Insider]

-A week of meals in the life of Colman Andrews. [Grub Street New York]

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