Clinton and Schwarzenegger Consider Obesity Solutions; Brian Boitano is Coming Back to Cook

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• Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and former President Bill Clinton are in Los Angeles today for an obesity summit to consider solutions with public health leaders and the private sector. [San Francisco Gate]

• The Food Network has renewed What Would Brian Boitano Make? for a second season. Kristi Yamaguchi will cameo! [Eater]

• Polo Lounge, The Grove, and Urth Cafe could be your best bets for celebrity sightings as The Oscars approach. [Google/Canadian Press]

• A professor at U.C. Davis is writing song parodies to enforce food safety knowledge, such as “You Better Wash Your Hands” to the tune of The Beatles’ “I Wanna Hold Your Hand.” [KABC]

• Fresh & Easy Market is recalling its chocolate-chip granola bars for fear of salmonella contamination. [Justice News Flash]

• Most Americans don’t organize their refrigerators efficiently and only clean them once or twice a year. [WSJ]

• Brazilian farmers are profiting from the newfound worldwide popularity of açaí. [NYT]

• Sazerac has reintroduced Herbisaint, an absinthe with a formula dating back to 1933. [NYT]

Clinton and Schwarzenegger Consider Obesity Solutions; Brian Boitano is Coming