Giving you a delicious dose of the weird and wonderful things going on in the world of food . . .
Beauty before taste? Isaac Mizrahi designs his own line of cheesecakes to be enrobed in the season’s best looks.
Reveling in elite crowds and single stalls. The best part of Waverly Inn isn’t the food or the selectivity- it’s making LeBron James wait while you wash your hands.
Coca Cola’s Fizzy Cows. Coca-Cola introduces a new line of “natural” fruity, fizzy milk drinks. (No refrigeration required? Hmm . . . )
Yum . . . that looks good enough to eat. ( I always love my turkey with a glaze of Kitchen Bouquet.) The New York Times talks to stylists about getting food ready for its close-up as in coming foodie film, Julie and Julia.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s cheese! Commemorative cheddar that was launched into the atmosphere by Cambridge scientists discovered in woman’s backyard.
Can’t pay, can’t eat, can't sell. With eating out a tougher luxury to justify now, independent restaurants are hit hard by the recession, and 4,000 closed within the last year.
S’Mores with a side of sense. Chowhound brings you a how-to guide of going green and gourmet while camping this summer.
Coming soon to health stores everywhere: blue M & M’s? The dye used in blue M & M’s is discovered to be an effective treatment for spinal cord injuries in rats.
When the times get tough, the taxes get tougher. Economists discuss the possibility of a special tax on obesity due to the rising healthcare costs for related diseases.
Eat, drink and shake hands. New plate designed to have a special slot for your wine glass, leaving one hand free at cocktail parties.
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