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restaurantvalue10bill.jpgWhat does it mean for a restaurant dish to be a "good deal"? The Washington Post's Tim Carman thinks through how Americans define a good value, which unfortunately, often translates to finding the "maximum number of calories that money can buy." Argues Carman: "Each succeeding generation, whether conscious of it or not, has been raised on the notion that food should be cheap and plentiful." [WaPo] [Photo: Flickr]