Mar. 30 Morning Roundup

Bill Roehl has a great South Metro Easter Brunch rundown (did he miss any?) including Al Baker’s, Casper’s Cherokee Sirloin Room, Rascal’s, Roasted Pear and Rudy’s Redeye Grill, Katie vows to avoid grocery chains, HFCS and eat local, MNMO features a recipe for pea, radish and argula salad from Sapor’s Tanya Siebenaler, Hungry in Southwest writes about the “spiritual” sausage bread at Hell’s Kitchen (it is tasty), Delights of India is back at the old Marla’s spot at Lake and Emerson [via Iggers], and Rick Nelson decides that $30-45 per person for dinner at Chambers “only looks expensive.”