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  1. Costco Now Sells an All-Pastel Doomsday-Prepper Food KitIt’s 36,000 servings you can distribute however you see fit.
  2. Recalls
    42 Frozen-Food Brands Recalled Over Listeria FearsThe list includes 358 products sold under 42 different brands.
  3. Reasons to Love New York
    On the Joys of Shopping at an Urban CostcoYou can meet friends at Black Seed on Saturday and pick up a 72-count box of Bagel Bites on Sunday.
  4. Health Scares
    There’s an E. Coli Scare at Starbucks Now, TooAs with all things in life, blame it on celery.
  5. GM-Nos
    Even More Retailers Are Refusing to Sell Genetically Modified SalmonCostco and Red Lobster are the latest ones to pass.
  6. Health Scares
    Costco’s Chicken Salad Is Giving People E. Coli, TooNineteen people have gotten sick so far.
  7. Lawsuits
    Costco Sued for Selling Slave-Labor ShrimpA California resident’s class-action lawsuit alleges the grocery chain misled consumers.
  8. Video Feed
    Grisly Footage From a Costco Egg Supplier Shows Hens Crawling Over Dead OnesThe Humane Society went with the term “mummified pancakes.”
  9. Awful Things
    Guardian Says Shrimp Sold at Walmart and Costco Comes From Slave LaborA ‘Guardian’ investigation ties shrimp at several major retailers to fishmeal produced on Thai slave ships.
  10. Chunky
    Costco Sends $2.6 Million Worth of Peanut Butter to LandfillIt’s definitely not peanut-butter-jelly time.
  11. Hypermarkets
    Costco Descends on ParisLe Kirkland takes on la banlieue.
  12. Recalls
    It’s Been a Very Bad Week for CostcoThe company had to recall two different meats.
  13. Protests
    Joan Rivers Handcuffs Herself to a Costco Shopping Cart in BurbankIn what a store manager claims was a staged media event, the comedian came to protest the store’s refusal to peddle her new book.
  14. Supermarkets
    And the Area’s Worst Supermarket Is…The findings are based on a nationwide survey conducted by Consumer Reports.
  15. Free Eats
    And the Best Day to Mooch Free Food at Costco Is …Freebies down to a science.
  16. Inedible Apps
    Hey, Let’s Split It! Launches in L.A.The new site encourages members to find buddies for splitting groceries and checks around town.
  17. Mediavore
    North Korea In Need of Food Aid; L.A. Times Rants About The Beard AwardsA debate is being had over whether the U.S. and South Korea should offer assistance.
  18. Mediavore
    Costco Ditches Endangered Fish; Where Aubrey Plaza EatsThe mega-retailer agrees to stop selling a dozen varieties of threatened seafood.
  19. Mediavore
    Breast-Milk Ice Cream in London; Man Scores Bag of Cash at KFCPlus: more mini-cupcakes in NYC, a handy guide to regional barbecue, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  20. Mediavore
    Bimbo Acquires Sara Lee’s Bakery Business; Libya Offers Food Money toPlus: Good magazine takes issue with Costco even after the big-box agreed to stop selling endangered fish; and Campbell’s Soup Co. works to curb a health crisis that it and other food companies helped create, all in our morning news roundup.
  21. Funnies
    Tips For Shopping at Costco While High“What you wanna do here is find the biggest TV, change the channel to the Food Network, and just relax for three to four hours; whatever feels right.”
  22. Slideshow
    L.A. Roast Chicken Register: A Flight of SixWhile Brendan Collins holds a fiery funeral march for his roast bird, Joseph Gillard turns his into a breakfast item.
  23. Video Feed
    Greenpeace Blesses Target’s SeafoodA new list gives the green light to seafood buying at Target, Whole Foods, and Safeway.
  24. Financial Woes
    Trouble Uptown: Costco Cuts Jobs, Melba Toast Factory ClosesAnother blow to the Bronx on the heels of the Stella D’Oro closing.
  25. Mediavore
    Costco Protects Sarah Palin; Teacher In Trouble for Hooter’s TripTomatoes hidden for Palin’s safety and a teacher takes an ill-advised field trip.
  26. Mediavore
    Michelle Obama To Appear on Iron Chef; Coke Comes Back to CostcoIron Chef goes Presidential and Costco settles a pricing dispute with Coke.
  27. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay Stays Out of His Kitchens; $1 Breakfasts at McDonald’sPlus: Costco’s profits are up, street-cart self defense, and more in our daily news roundup.
  28. In Bulk
    Eric Ripert, Costco War CorrespondentThe acclaimed French chef visits the bulk-goods store for the first time.
  29. Celebrity Settings
    Schumer Shops at Costco; Pelosi Prefers East Village CafésPlus: MK and Ashley Olsen party with the “New York Minute” screenwriter, Sean Lennon eats outside at Da Silvano, and more in our weekly roundup of bold-face dining.
  30. Mediavore
    Bauer Seeks Silence; Economy Hits Irish Restos Hard
  31. Mediavore
    Restaurant Manager Charged With Theft; Another Bid for CadburyPlus: no Coke at Costco, and Chipotle hops the pond, all in our morning news roundup.
  32. Mediavore
    Another Bid for Cadbury; Waltuck Leaves MacaoPlus: Marcus Samuelsson goes to the White House, and a lobster-throwing restaurateur, all in our morning news roundup.
  33. Mediavore
    Open Kitchens on the Rise; Another Bid for CadburyPlus: no Coke at Costco, and Chipotle hops the pond, all in our morning news roundup.
  34. Other Magazines
    Bon App’s Barbara Fairchild is a Food PopulistThe editor of ‘Bon Appetit’ embraces all flavors.
  35. Mediavore
    Wolfgang Puck .Food Suit Settled; Local Restaurant Owner Rumored to Have MJWolfgang Puck and the company behind .Food have settled their suit, while an unnamed local restaurant owner is rumored to have leaked copies of Michael Jackson’s autopsy photos.
  36. Mediavore
    A. Boschetto Shutters; Mario Batali’s Punderful HalloweenPlus: Starbucks/Dunkin’ lawsuit settled, and food stamps for Costco, all in our morning news roundup.
  37. Mediavore
    A Costco Grows in Kiddieland’s Footprint; Mario Batali’s Halloween CostumePlus: Dunkin Donuts and Wolfgang Puck settle separate lawsuits, and restaurants’ Halloween sales push, all in our morning news roundup.
  38. Mediavore
    Mario Batali’s Punderful Halloween; World Series Leaves Restaurants EmptyPlus: Yankees steakhouse owner roots for rain, and Dunkin’-Starbucks lawsuit settled, all in our morning news roundup.
  39. Mediavore
    Heart Association Urges Less Sugar in Diets; Naked Chef Will Open Italian ChainThe American Heart Association is looking out for your sugar intake and Jamie Oliver is bringing 30 Italian restaurants to Asia.
  40. Mediavore
    Mexican Coke At Costco; AHA Wants To Limit SugarPlus: The FTC jumps on the anti-college-themed beer bandwagon; a more authentic recipe for boeuf bourguignon
  41. Mediavore
    Thousand Oaks’ Burger Express Hit by A Car; NASA Packing Meals for MarsA car smashes in Thousand Oaks’ Burger Express and NASA scientists are developing new meals for potential Mars missions.
  42. Mediavore
    McDonald’s Hep A Lawsuit; Costco Gasses UpPlus: Starbucks’ sales bump; a Food Network religious pamphlet
  43. Mediavore
    Salads Full of Weeds; Canning on the RisePlus: Costco starts accepting food stamps, and cooking as the reason for evolution, all in our morning news roundup.
  44. Mediavore
    Cheerios Are a Drug; Senate Considers Federal Soda TaxPlus: More reasons to love the recession, and Lay’s tries locavorism, all in our morning news roundup.
  45. Mediavore
    Obama’s Breakfast (Not) for Sale; the Secrets of New York PizzaA failed eBay auction for Obama’s unfinished breakfast, food rations are returning, and one West Coast writer ponders why New York pizza tastes so good.
  46. The New York Diet
    Actress Jackie Hoffman Grocery-Shops Like a Soccer MomActress and comedian Jackie Hoffman has one of those faces you’ve seen a million times but can’t quite identify — yet. She was the self-described “model” girlfriend of a blind man on Curb Your Enthusiasm and a rival cheese-ball maker to Amy Sedaris in The Book of Liz. Now she’s appearing in Xanadu on Broadway, a two-a-day schedule that has her eating breakfast at noon, lunch at five, and dinner at midnight. We checked in on her low-calorie-eating and bulk-buying habits.
  47. Mediavore
    Chinese Restaurant Refuses Pennies; Alan Richman at It AgainThe controversy continues about a Chinese restaurant in the Bronx that refused to accept pennies: “Outside the restaurant, the block was abuzz with talk of spare change and spare ribs.” [NYT] Alan Richman manages to piss off another major American city with his GQ column, this time by denying San Francisco’s influence on American food. [Serious Eats] Related: Richman Kicks New Orleans While It’s Down [Grub Street] The Science Barge, with its hydroponic circulators, wind turbines, and other green technologies, will show New York that it’s possible to produce food in the city without net carbon emissions or pollution. [Metro NY]