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No food Web site would be complete without the requisite list of the best food-related songs ("Cheeseburgers in Paradise!" "Strawberry Fields Forever!") or top food-related movies ("Tampopo!" "Chocolat!") - but here at Eatocracy, we decided to beat that beat a little further.
By craft, Warner drops oenophile-themed hip-hop to the food industry masses under his pseudonym, Jdollasign. He's known to spit "Châteauneuf-du-Pape" to the tune of Snoop Dogg's "Drop it Like It's Hot," and engage in epic "Grapes of Rap" battles at food and wine festivals - and now, he's live in studio to share his favorite rhymes with some serious flavor.
Five Gastro-Rap Anthems: Justin Warner
Got a favorite rhyme that bites back? Share your favorite gastro-rap anthems in the comments.
CNN Tech has weighed in on the publishing blunder that's got everyone from food fiends to 4chan up in arms over online copyrights. In a nutshell, a blogger named Monica Gaudio found that a post she'd written about medieval tart making had been reprinted, without her permission, in a Western New England print magazine called Cooks Source.
When Gaudio contacted the magazine's editor Judith Griggs to ask for an apology on Facebook and a donation of $130 - approximately $.10 a word - to the Columbia School of Journalism, she was shocked to receive a reply that read, in part:
When Gaudio brought the story public on her blog, the collective denizens of the internet, well...
They did not like that one bit.
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