Here's some of  what the New York Times' Diner's Journal is recommending today.

► Sedgwick, Me., becomes the first town in the United States to pass a Food Sovereignty ordinance. "In doing so, the town declared their right to produce and sell local foods of their choosing, without the oversight of State or federal regulation."

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► Salon wonders how natural sweeteners like agave nectar and stevia stack up, taste wise, against stuff like asparatame and sucaralose.

► The Ina Garten story, in case you missed it.

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