Vik’s Picks: Morning Edition

A roundup of the morning's most compelling food news.

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The latest in adventurous tasting? Prison food. [via NPR]

Introducing the cray-nut, a Cuban take on the Cronut. [via Serious Eats]

Pete Wells reviews Montmartre in Chelsea and names it the “most improved restaurant of the year.” [via The New York Times]

The top 12 wine heists in history. [via Dr. Vino]

What is a flat white? And how is this Australian-born drink any different from a cappuccino? [via Serious Eats: Drink]

Why you’ll be paying more for beef this year. [via NPR]

Making a case for Belgian frites—they really are more than just fries. [via The New York Times]

Critic Jonathan Gold names the best Italian restaurants in Los Angeles. [via The Los Angeles Times]

Myths about cooking steak that need to go away. [via Serious Eats]

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