The New York Times has a great piece on young people and their love of good food they probably can't afford. The story includes this gem of a sentence:
It surely comforts modern parents who have spent fortunes educating their children to know that these children are spending money on pork belly and not, for instance, cocaine.
On a related note, the MTV staffer whose finances are dissected in the piece is none too happy about her appearance in the Times.
The Times also has a piece on the dangers of using an immersion blender. Definitely not an article for those with weak stomachs.
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