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Basta Pasta

  1. Bigotoni
    Barilla Tries to Recover From Chairman’s Anti-Gay CommentsLook at how accepting Barilla is now!
  2. Bigotoni
    Gluten Intolerance: 48 People Who Definitely Won’t Be Buying Barilla Pasta“It doesn’t matter with whom you do it, it only matters that you do it al dente.”
  3. Basta Pasta
    Barilla Chairman Says Gays ‘Can Eat Pasta From Another Manufacturer’“Ours is a classic family where the woman plays a fundamental role,” says Guido Barilla.
  4. The Other Critics
    Basta Pasta Trumps Comella’s; Bombay Club ‘Haunted’ by PastPlus: Conga’s isn’t real, and a rave for Woodward, all in our weekly restaurant review roundup.
  5. The Other Critics
    City Table Needs a Change; Pairings ‘A Work in Progress’Plus: four stars for Lord Hobo, and a rave for Basta Pasta, all in our weekly restaurant review roundup.
  6. The New York Diet
    Actress An Nguyen Loves Her Vietnamese DivesThe star of the upcoming film “Year of the Fish” also loves home cooking.
  7. Mediavore
    Bouley’s New Japanese Restaurant Off the Chain; ‘Top Chef’ ProducerThe restaurant that David Bouley plans to open next year with Japan’s largest professional cooking school will be a multilevel space featuring a robata grill, a Japanese room with Western touches, and a kaiseki dining room serving Kyoto-style seasonal tasting menus. [NYT] Related: David Bouley to Open Restaurant With Japan’s Top Cooking School Scott Bryan has left Veritas, and not for 10 Downing Street, apparently. And, in underwhelming FloFab news, Daniel Boulud still hasn’t chosen a name for his master’s burger restaurant, and Lever House’s Deborah Snyder is the new pastry chef at Alto and L’Impero. [NYT] The executive producer of Top Chef answers questions about cheftestants who hook up and challenges that didn’t make the cut. [NYDN]
  8. The New York Diet
    ‘MySpace Queen’ Tila Tequila Drinks Sprite With her Fugu, Likes HerTila “Tequila” Nguyen, the “Madonna of MySpace” per Time magazine, met at least some of her 1.7 million virtual friends when she lived in New York City and “experimented with drugs and a hardcore lifestyle,” according to her bio. She eventually moved to Hollywood to start her career as an Internet celebrity, model, and singer, and by the time she was returning here weekly to host VH1’s Pants Off Dance Off she had moved on to vices like dirty-water hot dogs, mozzarella sticks, and mushroom pizzas. This week Tila flew in once again to promote her new self-released single and to pose for the cover of yet another magazine (“It’s the Baddass issue,” she explained). We asked her what she noshed on to get through the grind.
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