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tertulia.jpgThe Jamon Iberico at Tertulia in New York City used to cost $25, but now it starts at $36. Bloomberg critic Ryan Sutton sent chef Seamus Mullen an email asking about the increase, and Mullen respond with 1,168 words. Quote: "That's why I get so pissed off when people gripe about pricing. The reality is that good food costs a lot of money. Meat shouldn't be cheap..." [The Price Hike]

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