Nobu Coming to the Hamptons; AMA Gets Behind Calorie-Posting Law

On some summer weekends, Nobu will be setting up a satellite location in the Hamptons – presumably near Howard Stern’s place. [NYP]

The American Medical Association gets behind the city’s requirement that fast-food chains post calorie and other nutritional information on their menus. Not that the chains have any intention of complying. [Nation's Restaurant News]

Ratatouille is being hailed as an instant classic, especially for foodies: “The food is drawn and imagined so beautifully (with the help of French Laundry chef Thomas Keller, who consulted on the movie) that you walk out wishing you'd made reservations at Per Se.” [Slate]

Feminists ponder whether the demands of the Slow Food movement are compatible with modern careers. What are they supposed to do, plant in their gardens and simmer soups all day? [Chow]

There’s another local son in the Nathan’s hot-dog contest: Daily News driver Arturo Rios Jr., who has been coming on strong in Major League Eating throughout the past year. [NYDN]
Related: New York Hot-Dog Eaters Take It to the Next Level

In Italy, some chefs have begun an anti-garlic movement. Good luck with that. [Chow]