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Go Joe!

Joe Bastianich finished this weekend's marathon in three hours, 45 minutes.

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Katie Holmes Will Kick Your Ass in the Marathon This Weekend

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Hide your antidepressants and your carbs! The New York Marathon is this weekend, and according to OK, none other than Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes jumped on a plane last night so that Katie could live out her life's dream, which apparently consists of running in the cold, amid a big mob of sweaty, ropy-limbed people, while strangers yell at her from the sidelines. Hm. Actually, that's probably not so different from her everyday life. Katie's family is flying in from Ohio to "watch" her run through the five boroughs, we're told. Frankly, we would have told them to stay home, you can probably see it better on TV and in magazines next week, and speaking of that, does the world really need more pictures of Tom trying to bond with Katie's Catholic parents, flashing his giant white teeth and leaping at their legs like a little Jack Russell while they scowl and think about how he's going to hell? Honestly. Those give us total secondhand embarrassment. TomKat Hits NYC for Marathon [OK]

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Carbo-Loading Alla Italiana

Not that we would know, but apparently major exertions like Sunday's New York Marathon require vast expenditures of energy. The experienced athlete prepares for these with a carbohydrate-heavy meal. In this week's Short List, Rob and Robin give four places to indulge in mass quantities of pasta. Short List: Carbo Loads

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French Chefs Prepare for New York Marathon With Eating Marathon

It was an impossible-to-refuse invitation: Come to Nougatine to eat lunch with a group of French chefs here to run the New York marathon. The team, which was sponsored by the French tripe council (and whose members had all been given shirts featuring the slogan "Trip for the Tripe"), was clearly taking its preparation for the race with the utmost seriousness. Yesterday's lunch was a multicourse affair, to be followed by a blowout dinner at Daniel. Today the plan is to lunch at Per Se and then dim sum at Chinatown Brasserie for supper. And on Saturday, the chefs plan to carb up for the race by going on a Chinatown eating tour, followed by a big dinner party Saturday night. A few highlights from the lunch at Nougatine.

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