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Scientists Have Created a Food They Believe Can Alleviate World Hunger
It’s made with just four ingredients: water, carbon dioxide, microbes, and electricity.
Tom Colicchio and Dan Kluger Join Fight to Supply Free School Lunches
A critical mass of celebrity chefs is now pressuring City Hall Twitter.
Tom Colicchio Wants to Make Sure No One Outlaws GMO Food Labels
More than two dozen states have passed or have GMO-labeling legislation pending.
Panera Expands Pay-What-You-Want Concept
But “well-to-do frat boys” don’t even leave change.
Tom Colicchio on His New Movie and Ending Food Insecurity in America
The chef sits down to talk about ‘A Place at the Table,’ and the asininity of the phrase “celebrity chef.”
Should We Be Thinking About Hunger When We Talk About Food?
There’s more to food than eating— or hunger.
Foodies With Benefits
Hunt.Fish.Feed to Serve Venison Tacos to Hundreds of Philly’s Hungry Today
Hunters and anglers donate game meats and fish to help feed America’s hungry.
Anti-Hunger Advocates Protest Ban on Feeding the Homeless; Food Addiction Is a
Plus: Watermelons get a pass as comedian Gallagher recovers from a heart attack; and all that green dye consumed on St. Patrick’s Day probably won’t kill you, all in our morning news roundup.
Breitbart’s Last Political Discussion Held at The Brentwood; SoCal Residents
The political pundit may have talked shop with a man he’d just met only 50 minutes before he was declared dead.
Foodies With Benefits
Kevin Sbraga Named Share Our Strength’s New Local Chair
The Top Chef winner is pitching in to help fight childhood hunger.
Tips Protection Law Is Now In Full Effect; Blame Primitive Urges For
Plus: Average Americans eat the way of MyPlte guidelines just seven times a year; and smugglers get busted trying to bring butter into Sweden, all in our morning news roundup.
Introduces ‘Food Insecure’ Muppet
Lee Schrager isn’t the only one trying to cure hunger … luckily.
Nonprofits Struggle to Keep the Poor and Hungry Fed; Pregnant Beyonce Craves
Plus: Bloggers change the face of food reviews; and Mediterranean cuisine is having a moment, all in our morning news roundup.
Drought Worsens Hunger in Ethiopia; One in Four Californians Struggle to Their
Meanwhile, a woman in England is
to become the fattest lady on Earth.
Somali Food Aid Blocked by Extremists; Fat Duck Chef Has a New Bird
After 20 years, Heston Blumenthal is now dating Suzanne Pirret, an American woman branded as “saucy” in
Report: Half of PA’s First Congressional District Can’t Afford to
Plus: Brazilians discover that banana peels are great for purifying water; and bacon increases the risk of Type 2 diabetes, all in our morning news roundup.
Protest at Sherman Oaks Ralph’s; Food Crisis in Kenya
Nearly 100 protestors chant “Ralph’s wants welfare, we want healthcare!” at the grocery giant.
Boston Doctors Note Childhood Hunger on the Rise; the Soothing Powers of Butter
Plus the case against cooking schools and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Hosni Mubarak Refuses Solid Food; Hunger Worsens in Horn of Africa
The deposed dictator is on a hunger strike of sorts as he sits in an Egyptian cell.
Starvation Threatens Somalia; Katy Perry Falls Prey to Food Poisoning
That is, if you believe stars’ excuses in the first place.
Kellogg’s Warned Over Possible Listeria Contamination; Plaxico Pigs Out at Prime
The cereal giant gets a warning by the FDA, while the NFL player is back and ready to forget about prison food.
Soft Drink Tycoon Proposes Taxes on All Sugary Foods; Food Trucks Grow Up
Plus: Mothers suffer the most in families that go hungry; and apples rank highest in produce contaminated by pesticide, all in out morning news roundup.
Foodies With Benefits
Who Is Cooking at Taste of The Nation Laguna Beach
On May 22nd, celebrity chefs will each get paired with a local farm and winery to cook for an ocean-view cocktail party.
The Need For Food Pantries Expands; Canned Foods May Be Sources For BPA
Plus: Sandra Lee won’t talk about hunger-fighting funds in her boyfriend’s budget for NY; and cloned-pig sausage is still a go in Europe, all in our morning news roundup.
Local Chef Lauded For Feeding Anaheim’s Motel Kids
Anaheim’s Bruno Serato is named one of CNN’s “heores” for his work feeding children who often don’t eat dinner.
L.A. Leads U.S. Counties In Hunger; MOD Tackling L.A.’s Food Deserts
Over 1.7 million Angelenos faced hunger issues in 2009, more than any other county in the country.
You Can Add ‘Hungriest’ to Philly’s Not-So-Stellar
Fat ugly and toxic is no way to go through life.
First Look into Fresh Corn Grill, Now Open in West Hollywood
The second location of the healthy comfort food restaurant should give neighborhood working stiffs a better option for lunchtime.
Our Generation’s ‘Spud’-nik Moment Has Arrived
Should researchers be spending their time perfecting potato chips, as opposed to, say, trying to stem global hunger?
PA’s First Congressional District Is Home to One of the Country’s
The widow of Benihana’s founder is suing the restaurant chain, and meat’s about to get tagged with nutrition labels, all in our morning news roundup.
Study: Even With Soda Tax Kids Will Be Fat; Germany Pledges Millions to Battle
Plus windowsill gardening could be a boon to fresh food-deprived urban areas, and Angelina Jolie digs Spanish food, all in our morning news roundup.
Venison From the Deer Shot in Valley Forge Park Feeds the Needy; Earth May Run
Plus Sesame Street introduces broccoli, banana and whole wheat muppets to encourage healthy eating habits, and the Army eliminates soda and sugary cereals on an Arizona base, all in our morning news roundup.
Accused Sabina Rose O’Donnell Murderer Expected to Plead Guilty;
Plus rising global food prices may spur a worldwide hunger crisis, and “blue laws” have been steadily disappearing over the last decade, all in our morning news roundup.
Hunger-Relief Groups See a Sixty Percent Increase in Demand; Former Palmer
Plus Americans will spend at least two days shopping and enjoying merriment this holiday season, and Jone’s bacon-flavored soda has an unappealing aftertaste, all in our morning news roundup.
Wegmans Lands in Northborough; Coffee Commandos on the Prowl
Plus: Polish bagels, world hunger, and round eggs, all in our morning news roundup.
Blogger Bakesale Hits The Grove Tomorrow
Where to Fight Hunger While Fighting Your Hunger
Popeye’s CEO Lashes Out at Calorie Counts; New App Foretells Food Allergens
A fast food exec says new food laws are “un-American,” while technology helps sniff out potential non-edibles.
Food Forward Plans a Picking this Weekend
An orange grove in Bakersfield will provide free fruit for the hungry.
Contestants Unite for Haiti; Salami Recalled in L.A.
A group lead by Ron Duprat will hold a fundraiser while L.A. joins in on a salmonella scare.
Fianco Shutters; Many Allergies Misdiagnosed
Plus: haggis is legalized, and Top Chef supports Haitian relief, all in our morning news roundup.
Alums Cook for Haiti; Questioning Food-Allergy Tests
Plus: what you still can’t eat in America, in our morning news roundup.
Knockdown Brawl at Tommy Doyle’s; The Problem with Food Allergy Tests
Plus: what you still can’t eat in America, and food sharing in Haiti, all in our morning news roundup.
Mariah Carey Leaps Into Wine Business; Gordon Ramsay Set to Start Tweeting
The singer is releasing a rose and television’s most fiery chef plans to go viral.
Family Poisoned by Mushrooms; California Milk Outsources to New Zealand
Plus: McDonald’s brings back the McRib in SoCal, and the U.N. faces down hunger, all in our morning news roundup.
Burger King Sued by Franchisees; McDonald’s Fights Falling Stocks
Plus: families still eat together, and food market volatility is here to stay, all in our morning news roundup.
The Counter Flops in Utah; Hunger Rises Globally
The Counter’s Utah store is closing after just a year, and worldwide hunger has grown.