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      07-17-2012, 08:42 AM   #45
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Did I seriously read someone say that the prices of the food on a menu represent the actual costs to buy the food? If that were the case, no restaraunt in the world would make money. An example would be getting spaghetti from a restaraunt for $15. You're going to say with a straight face that spaghetti and the ingredients to make the sauce for that individuals meal costs $15? It might cost that much for maybe 10 people's meals, not one.