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Ozersky on Luxury Foods

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ozersky-luxury-eater.jpgJosh Ozersky's most recent Time column takes on the topic of luxury food items and explores whether or not they're worth it. His argument, in a nutshell: "Putting a high price on them makes them irresistible to gastrocrats, but it cheapens what they are. There are only so many bottles of 1982 La Mission Haut-Brion around; there will never be any more of them. So they should be drunk by people who can really appreciate them." [Time]

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