Liquor Enforcement Officer Pleads Guilty; Rachael Ray Mad at Good Housekeeping

• A former Pennsylvania liquor enforcement officer pleaded guilty to extortion yesterday. [Inquirer]

• Rendell Steps up to Save 600 Jobs at Hershey. [Inquirer]

• Rachael Ray is upset that Good Housekeeping put her on the cover without permission. [NYP]

• McDonald’s recalled twelve million cadmium-tainted Shrek drinking glasses this morning. [NYDN]

• New Orleans oysters are alright for the moment, but chefs are nervous. [NYT]

• The whimsical cakes on Ace of Cakes may look impressive, but any cake that’s been handled that much probably isn’t very delicious. [WSJ]

• Portland artisanal chocolatier Sahagún recently debuted KA-POW!, a chocolate bar made with coffee. [The Moment/NYT]

• A North Carolina billboard advertising steak emits the smells of black pepper and charcoal. [Huffington Post]

• Kellogg has agreed to stop claiming that Rice Krispies strengthen kids’ bones. [NYP]