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  1. Merchandising
    Also, Domino’s Has Released an ‘Avoid the Noid’ T-Shirt and ItThe Noid is back!
  2. Jamaica Plain
    Jamaica Plain Isn’t Down With Domino’sJP says no to chains.
  3. Blechtacular
    Domino’s Strips Jean Georges Dessert of Its Last Remaining Shred ofMolten chocolate cake is now Chocolate Lava Crunch Cake, and it ain’t pretty.
  4. Lawsuits
    Domino’s Delivery Workers Say They Were Left on the Side of the RoadA trio of Queens workers say they weren’t reimbursed for expenses and were stripped of tips.
  5. Order Fast Food on Your iPhoneThe pizza tracker is officially yesterday’s news.
  6. Marketing Gimmicks
    New Domino’s Campaign Is Possibly More Obnoxious Than the NoidThis morning, the pizza company launched a guerrilla marketing campaign.
  7. Freebies
    The Dark History of Fast-food PromotionsDomino’s, Carl’s Jr., Starbucks, Quiznos, and Red Lobster can all nod their logos in sympathy with an overrun KFC.
  8. Mediavore
    Gwyneth Sends Mario to the Gym; NYC’s Official Big ApplePlus: a Brooklyn distillery, and Eric Ripert on Gordon Ramsay, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Viral
    Domino’s Cracks Down on Little SnotsA “viral” video caught Domino’s with its pants down.
  10. Mediavore
    Toby Young to Stay on Top Chef; Arby’s Takes Gage & Tollner SpacePlus: Danny Meyer on his Gramercy Park Hotel plans and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Mediavore
    Blue Hill at Stone Barns Gets Sued; Top Chef’s Hosea and Leah onPlus: Domino’s accidental giveaway, and damaged trees at the River Café, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Rants
    Domino’s, Lose Our E-mail AddressDomino’s has been sending us e-mail ads for its oven-baked sandwiches EVERY THREE DAYS.
  13. Videos
    Sorry, Dudes, the Domino’s Secretary of Taste Is No BK King (Updated withAnd what’s up with a Philly-cheesesteak pizza that has American AND Provolone?
  14. Beef
    Sub WarsSubway and Domino’s are in a food feud.
  15. Mediavore
    The Rise of the West Seventies; NYC Nightclubs Step Inside the BoxPlus: Food ads on the attack, and applying sustainable food practices to your life, in our daily news roundup.
  16. Pie Life
    Advances in Pizza TechnologyFriend Papa John’s Facebook page for a free pie, and order Domino’s via TiVo.
  17. NewsFeed
    New Law Bans Unwanted Takeout MenusFines range from $250 to $1,000.
  18. NewsFeed
    The ‘Onion,’ CollegeHumor Cook Up Funny VideosDomino’s reveals the results of a “30-year study testing the limits of what human beings will eat.”
  19. Mediavore
    Cavatappo Brand to Expand; Vote for New McDonald’s JinglePlus Gotham pizza at Domino’s, a nightlife great passes away, and more, in our morning news digest.
  20. Mediavore
    Ko Reservation System Almost Online; Banks’ Cafeteria Workers StrikeMomofuku Ko’s online reservation system will go live sometime before Saturday. Here’s hoping the inevitable Web traffic doesn’t kill the server. [Eater] Cafeteria workers for many of the city’s largest investment banks have been on strike since Tuesday, since they’re taking home an average of $21,000 a year, which is what the average Goldman Sachs employee makes in less than two weeks. [NYDN] Hallo Berlin! Germany has more three-Michelin-star restaurants than any other country — except France, of course. [NYT]
  21. Mediavore
    Chefs Relax in Bruni’s Absence; Chinese Seafood: Now With Fewer Drugs!Frank Bruni is out of the city until January 23, or maybe January 31. Either way, chefs at new restaurants will be breathing a little bit easier until he returns. [Eater] The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies has released a report saying that cloning causes suffering to animals, making it unjustifiable to clone them for the food supply. [NYT] Top Chef winner Hung Huynh was spotted in Las Vegas at Company, the same restaurant where Season Two contestant Marcel Vigneron works as a cook. It’s no coincidence, though; they’re buds from cooking school. [Eater L.A.]
  22. Mediavore
    Huckabee Loves Salad and Bread Sticks; Domino’s Still Won’t Deliver in 30 orPresidential candidate Mike Huckabee chose T.G.I. Friday’s when a Times reporter offered to take him to lunch anywhere in the city, but Huck ultimately settled for the Olive Garden. [NYT via Serious Eats] The Food Network’s ratings are hurting, which might help to explain why Emeril Live got canned. [NYT] How do Thomas Keller and Mario Batali fare against McDonald’s when it comes to calories? Keller’s veal breast and polenta and Batali’s pork loin are worse for you than a Big Mac, but who cares? [WSJ