Bacon is back and badder than ever.
Plus: Greenpeace takes on Trader Joe's; the Cheesecake Factory slows expansion
That's right: The cupcake craze has come to this. But what about bacon beer?
They're a little late to the table.
Plus: the dangers of molecular gastronomy, and a bagel shande from American Girl, all in our morning news roundup.
• An Oakland man faces attempted murder charges after he allegedly stabbed somebody at Alameda's La Pinata. [CoCo Times] • In New Jersey, they take shellfish burglary seriously. A man who stole 91 lobsters from an Atlantic City casino restaurant...
Plus: liquid nitrogen injures a chef; the American Girl doll with the gastronomically inaccurate bagel.
Yes, red velvets apparently go with Shiraz.
A baker says there will never be a new cupcake; Dunkin' Donuts is turning to amateurs for a new doughnut.
For just $20 you can make your stances on mayo and bacon known to all!
Plus: Chris Santos's next project, and the French government's party fund, all in our morning news roundup.
MIT has a Laboratory for Chocolate Science.
Bacon fans and Padma worshippers, this is your moment.
Did an ESPN blogger poach a fellow carnivore's idea of pitting meat cuts against each other?
Did we really need video proof that bacon has jumped the shark?