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All day, every day. [Photograph: Robyn Lee]

This must-listen episode of Juliet Litman's Grantland podcast features a discussion with Top Chef aficionado Andy Greenwald on the current (lackluster) state of food television, as well as an interview with Lucky Peach's Peter Meehan. Also: Yelp reviews of Kevin Durant's restaurant. —Ben Fishner, Ad Ops Admin

I "enjoyed" this opinion piece on antibiotics in our food and our bodies. There's a line about the miracle pill that rescued my insides on a horrible horrible horrible (horrible...) night in Thailand. "One recent study found that taking the antibiotic ciprofloxacin decimated entire populations of certain bugs in some patients' digestive tracts -- bacteria they might have been born with." A little depressing to think I might have killed some helpful gut bacteria that I've been carrying around all these years, but, honestly, I'd do it again if I had to. —Paul Cline, Developer

I'm looking forward to the debate bound to emerge from Slate's new infographic map, The United Steaks of America. Especially because West Virginia got...squirrel. —Niki Achitoff-Gray, Associate Editor

One of my dog's favorite things in the world is to lick the dirty plates as I place them in the dishwasher. Obviously, we don't let him anywhere near the clean plates, but fortunately he doesn't think those are tasty. The only thing I do worry about is him getting stuck, as this dog found out the hard way. The rest of this list of 25 Pets That Have No Idea How To Use Human Things is worth a look, too. —Nick Kindelsperger, Chicago Editor

A good piece on Milk & Honey—a neo-speakeasy on NYC's Lower East Side—and the diaspora that followed. —Maggie Hoffman, Senior and Drinks Editor

Do not go on an ice cream cleanse. If you sell an ice cream cleanse, try a little harder to lie through your teeth about its health benefits. —Max Falkowitz, NY Editor

Congratulations to Ryan Sutton, Robert Sietsema, and Bill Addison as the newly-announced full-time food critics at Eater, which has up until this point has not published formal restaurant reviews. —Jamie Feldmar, Managing Editor

Artist Gemma Correll reveals the dark side of pasta in her illustrated guide "Pasta Shapes for The Depressed." (But she'll cheer you up with cute pugs and spiders and porpoises and stuff!) —Robyn Lee, AHT Editor/Art Director

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