Printers as Chef; Chicago’s The Pump Room Returns; Restaurants Will Save Our Fish; Rayner Mad Over G9 Manifesto; Chef Sedlar Returns; Lakshmi Bores

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Clearly, Padma should have suited up for The Moth.

Dining and restaurant news…

* Fishing for answers. Restaurants may hold the key to the sustainable seafood movement. [Forest Grove News Times]

* Meet chef Hewlett Packard. Printers can now make food. I’m not kidding. [SmartPlanet]

* Pump up the volume. Iconic Chicago restaurant The Pump Room is ready for its close up — and reservations! [Chicago Tribune]

* London calling. Wolfgang Puck and Gordon Ramsay answer, with new restaurants CUT 432 and Bread Street Kitchen, respectively. [Business Insider]

* Manifestos should be off the menu. Jay Rayner takes issue with and aim at the G9 chefs’ manifesto. [The Guardian]

* A call for clean cooking. Chef José Andrés (America Eats) joins the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves. [Fox News Latino]

* Call it a comeback. Chef John Sedlar isn’t resting on the laurels of his past success, Saint Estèphe, as evidenced by Rivera and Playa. [LA Times]

* Pack your knives and go. Top Chef hostess Padma Lakshmi nearly bored the audience to tears at The Moth. [NY Post]

* It’s only temporary. Being a restaurant critic, apparently, is not sustainable over the life of a career. [The Atlantic]

* You chose wisely. Five signs you picked a good restaurant. [Eatocracy]

 

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