The New York Times food section roundup

This week's New York Times food section, all wrapped up.

Kim Severson says Obama might be a foodie. Wine critic Eric Asimov suggests a few inexpensive bubblies for NYE. Julie Scelfo writes about how the FDA ia reconsidering the plastic bottle risk. Steven Stern wallows in nostalgia for punch. Pete Wells pays homage to bacon. Holiday party flub ups — it's the booze talking, by Glenn Eichler.  

This week's recipes:

No Knead Whole Wheat Bread, Blender Eggnog, Pranna Winter Spice, Winter Berry Punch, Manhattan Bay Scallop Chowder with Fennel, Stuffed Duck Breast Sienese Style (Ducketta) (shown, courtesy of NYT)

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