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Cappuccino: It’s What’s for Breakfast; Millionaires Weaned From Food Stamps

• Listen up, philistines, the proper time to drink a cappuccino is in the morning, not after a big meal — do like the Italians and hit the espresso then. [Food Republic]

• A guy named Matthew Herbert made a very strange album that involved recording the sounds made by one pig through all the stages of its life, then taping sounds people made while chewing the pig’s meat. [Slate]

• Roy Choi is a 41-year-old, marijuana smoking, Cubano-making mastermind whose dream was initially just to kick back with a low-key burger stand and read the paper. [The Daily Beast]

• The Republican party is rooting out the insidious problem of millionaires on food stamps. [NYT]

• How about a lengthy breakdown of happy hour at Michael’s, Taberna Mexicana, and Lexington Social House? [Taste Terminal]

• Hollywood’s Wood & Vine is labeled a "must-visit." [Examiner]

• Refuse to stay house-bound this Christmas day? Here are 25 dining options, including Persian, delis, and hotel restaurants. [LAW]

• Prepare to get to know Swedish whiskey — it’s about to make a splash. [WSJ]

• Here’s a look at the new generation of young organic farmers, a.k.a. the farmerati. [NPR]

Cappuccino: It’s What’s for Breakfast; Millionaires Weaned From Food Stamps