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Would You Broil This Nasty Invasive Fish for Dinner?
Invasive species should get more play in local food economies, especially before they destroy us all.
Taste of Chicago
Asian Carp! Get Yer Asian Carp Here!
The taste of Chicago is… Asian carp.
Vigilante Group in Peoria Battles Asian Carp
Prepare to chuckle.
Five States Sue Over Asian Carp; Sara Lee Is Selling Bread Business
Plus: Slate explores the health benefits of raw milk, Chile’s fishing business still recovering, and Pepsi launches new ad campaign for its zero calorie drink.
Asian Carp Will Be Sent to Asia
The Gov. wants to send fish to Asia.
Garfield Park Man Catches an 84 Pound Asian Carp; A Fire Breaks Out at Rosebud
Plus: McDonald’s bets on beverages and cocoa prices jump dramatically.
Durbin Takes on the Asian Carp; General Mills Sued for False Advertising
Plus: Mississippi is the most obese state, Virginian’s new gun law, and Seattle passes new recycling measure.
An Asian Carp Found in Lake Calumet; Crawfish Removed from ‘Taste’ Menu
Plus: Certain foods change your body odor, Chipotle opened its 1,000 store, and a guide to World Cup drinking games.
Oak Street Beachstro Opens this Weekend; Asian Carp Inch Closer to Lake Michigan
Plus: Actor Kyle McLaughlin is also a wine maker, Food bloggers call for better lightening, and a Chinese woman is in a coma after eating too much raw bok choy.
Waterway Closes in Chicago to Stop Asian Carp; Poison Will Be Used to Kill the
Plus: Spike Mendelsohn designs a burger and musician Andrew W.K. wants to open restaurant.
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Plus: Inmates eat junk food, bankers compete in a White Castle eating contest, and bad news for chocoholics.
Hot Spot Cafe Murder Suspect Nabbed in Seattle; Venice IHOP Robbed
Nerses Galstyan might be sent back to California while police search for two armed-robbers in Venice.
Food Service Cuts Proposed for McCormick Place; Ramps Now May Be Endangered
Plus: Japan suspends beef exports, and Southern states looking for economic gain from the Asian carp.
Ramps on Watch List; Fairway Mulls Upper East Side
Plus: outdoor adventures add cooking, and Japan suspends beef exports, all in our morning news roundup.
Papelbon Shills for Dunkies; Ramps on Watch List
Plus: outdoor adventures get cooking, and Japan suspends beef exports, all in our morning news roundup.
Phillip Foss Rebrands the Asian Carp
Hoping to appeal to more customers, Foss decides a name change is in order.
Phillip Foss Wants Your Opinion on His Carp
No tip necessary, but please, leave him a comment.
Closing the River’s Locks; Macarons Go Mainstream
Plus: Half Acre brewery phases out bottles, and Quizno’s launches a major expansion, all in our morning news roundup.
A Fate Worse than Asian Carp; How to Organize Your Fridge
Plus: maple syrup has its day in the sun, and Herbisaint makes a comeback, all in our morning news roundup.
Long-Term Plans for Lakeshore East; Obama’s Answer to Asian Carp
Plus: El Bulli’s uncertain future, and Rachael Ray anoints the best pizza in America.
How to Find Classic South Side Sandwiches; Driver Plows into Fish Restaurant
Plus: McDonald’s tries its hand at smoothies, and pop-up restaurants are all the rage, all in our morning news roundup.
A Pastry Champ Comes to Town; MTV’s Jersey Shore Clubbing Woes
Plus: The USDA takes a closer look at school lunch meat, and fast food diets take off, all in our morning news roundup.
Food Pantry Demand Soars; Funding for Asian Carp Prevention
Plus: a good weekend for restaurants, and Chinese dairy troubles, all in our morning news roundup.
Maxwell Street’s New Management; Less Salt Might Lower Health Care
Plus: Emeril gets a new tv show, and Starbucks sees their sales rise, all in our morning news roundup.
Asian Carp to be Sold as ‘Silverfin’; Kraft to Buy Cadbury
Plus: Britain bans drinking games, and Mariah Carey launches a champagne, all in our morning news roundup.
New Perspectives on Asian Carp; Jason Alexander Shills Diets
Plus: a genetic bank for heritage livestock, and the rise of USB coffee-warmers, all in our morning news roundup.
Art Smith’s Weight Loss Secrets;
’s Culinary Significance
Plus: Taiwan cracks down on U.S. beef imports, and Domino’s CEO moves on to sports, all in our morning news roundup.
The Glorious History of Great Lakes Lawsuits; Paula Deen Caters Jonas Brothers
Plus: prisoners sue over soy-heavy diet, and Bruce Willis diversifies into alcohol, all in our morning news roundup.
A South Side Liquore Store Ablaze; Fighting Asian Carp in Court
Plus: the advertising advantage of “real” food, and what Yao Ming has to say about shark fin soup, all in our morning news roundup.
Salmon Spawning in Sewage; Schoolkids Visit Hooters
Plus: a German company’s employee-accessible wine cellar, and lobster price-fixing in Maine, all in our morning news roundup.
Feds Get Involved with Asian Carp; The Risks of Eating Bear Meat
Plus: a Real Housewife writes a cookbook, and Target settles about false organic claims.
Asian Carp Evade Capture; Sous Vide at Home
Plus: the waning appeal of beer can collecting, and lettuce prices likely to rise, all in our morning news roundup.
Supermarket Child Labor; Kraft Posts Cadbury Bid
Plus: a kid’s prizewinning burger, and the extended Illinois corn season, all in our morning news roundup.
Studying the Fat Tax; A Little Bit of Hope About Asian Carp
Plus: lifting the stigma off of food stamps, and the new American winemaker, all in our morning news roundup.
Restaurant-Hosted Cooking Classes; Asian Carp Keep on Coming
Plus: concern over food stamp administration, and Vietnam’s puffer fish program reemerges, all in our morning news roundup.
Poisoning Asian Carp; Homeless Cannibalism in Moscow
Plus: The Congress Hotel might start warning visitors about its picketing staff, and the FDA weighs in on both oysters and caffeinated alcoholic beverages, all in our morning news roundup.
Aurora’s Roundhouse Files Suit; Asian Carp On The Rise
Plus: upswings in orthorexia; Chick-Fil-A versus breastfeeding moms.