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How Do You Like Your Chowder

clamchowder150.jpgLooks like even business reporters tired of the debt ceiling talks, as Washington Post's Steven Pearlstein used his many column inches to compare the authentic clam chowder of his youth to today's mass-produced, mass-appealing thick-as-cement "soup." Additionally using coffee, wine and beer as examples (and shitting on Legal Sea Foods), Pearlstein explores how the most popular trend, not necessarily the most delicious, usually wins the market research wars. [WaPo]
—Stefanie Gans

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