Meanwhile, Mel Gibson and Florence Henderson defined dichotomy while dining at Cafe de Rey.
Addressing the issue of how (or if) to eat at Chik-Fil-A, an organization that has sponsored what groups opposed to gay rights.
Someday somebody's gonna make you want to gobble up a waffle fry.
Plus breakfast-time snacking and more, all in our morning news round-up.
The restaurant might open a branch at their student center, ruffling some feathers.
The shelled delicacies are finding their way into Italian and Spanish dishes, too.
Needless to say, calling a customer a racist name is a good way to get yourself fired.
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Plus: food and beverage jobs may account for more than a quarter of recent employment growth; and Chick-Fil-A tries to convince us that chicken nuggets are in some way healthy, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus snails and more, all in our morning news round-up.
The chicken chain addresses an incident in Orange County where receipts labeled "Ching" and "Chong" were given to two students of Asian heritage.
The state's governor is siding with the artist whose "Eat More Kale" shirts have drawn unwanted attention from the Southern chicken chain.
Plus: Sherman's barbecue in Harlem fights for its life, some say trucking restrictions might up food prices, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Lawyers for the chain say the slogan is too similar to their "eat more chickin" campaign.
"I try to damage any healthy consumption with either tobacco or sugar."
The chain's donations to such causes appear to have increased over the years.
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Plus: New York Times operators are standing by to help you with your Thanksgiving turkey; and Ruth Reichl loves to chow down in Vegas, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Ruth Reichl's favorite dining cities and more, all in our morning news round-up.
The Culver City Brazilian makes Midtown Lunch break its own rules.
Amanda Baumgarten splits with Downtown's seafood stronghold after seven months.