New Yorkers Use Kitchens Like Closets; Whole Foods Pulls Raw Milk

• New Yorkers use kitchens as storage places as well as cooking places. [NYP]

• Whole Foods pulled raw milk from its shelves, blaming the high cost of liability insurance. [WSJ]

• Eat Me Daily founder Raphael Brion is the new editor of Eater National. [Eater]

• In Springfield, Illinois, the horseshoe sandwich, an open-faced assemblage of bread, meat, and french fries smothered in cheese sauce, reigns supreme. [WSJ]

• Nicolas Sarkozy demanded use of a special espresso machine when he visited Columbia yesterday. [NYP]

• Former Yahoo executive Sarah Endline’s candy business Sweetriot is a favorite of both celebrities and investors. [NYDN]

• Fatty foods could be as addictive as heroin, suggests a new study. [NYDN]