Plus: Iron Chef fizzles in Australian debut, and "drunkorexia" plagues American youth, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Australia's 'Iron Chef' doesn't do too well, "drunkorexia," and more, all in our morning news roundup.
One suggestion is a ban on new constructions within a half-mile of each other.
Paris Hilton Involved In Boa Hit-And-Run This Morning; Adam Richman's Feelings Are Hurt By Alton Brown
The hotel's heiress's boyfriend returned to the scene of the crime later without her.
Local High School Students Fight For Hunger; McDonald’s Threatens Dropping Employees’ Health Insurance
Plus food safety advocates want more tests for E. coli, and wealthy Americans are eating more fast food, all in our morning news roundup.
A Canadian-based chain comes to New York today. A look at the choose-your-own-adventure menu.
So who makes the best? 'Consumer Reports' tries to find out.
Plus: a suspicious-looking grocery thank-you note, and a brother and sister rob a Popeye’s with a golf club, in our weekly roundup of weird restaurant news.
What happens when you leave a Happy Meal out for 137 days? And for that matter, what happens when you dunk a cheeseburger in a vat of hydrochloric acid?
A tour of the most socially networked fast-food joint of all time.
Another key touchstone in the Bay Area's Filipino cuisine: Jollibee.
The former head chef of TRU is getting into the fast food salad business.
"It may sound crazy coming from a French chef, but the inspiration behind this burger is actually McDonald's and Burger King."
A famous ear-biter goes meatless, while a famous socialite ditches fast-food.
Bibigo promises a Korean fast-food outlet in L.A. by the end of 2010.
Renderings for Joe Sitt's retail structures imply a Taco Bell and "Bob's Burgers" may be headed for Surf Avenue.
A ban on chain restaurants is reversed, except on "fast food alley."
Plus: stopping whale-meat sushi via DNA databases, and French food for less, all in our morning news roundup.