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3-Michelin-Starred American Restaurant Now Serving Food on Actual iPads
San Francisco’s Quince is plating a dish on a video of a truffle hunt.
Grocery Workers Poised to Strike; Dr. Oz Angers The FDA
The celebrity health guru says that apple juice has unacceptable levels of arsenic.
Campbell’s Soup to Invest $10 Million Into Programs to Fight Hunger and
Plus: Starbucks wants its coffee served in half a million hotel rooms; and Garden of Eatin recalls its tortilla chips, all in our morning news roundup.
The New Yorker Eats L.A.; Al Qaeda Trying To Make Airport Food Even Worse
Nine great bites from the last year are discussed, while a new terror plot could affect eating before flying.
Pee-Pee Rampage Puts a Pennsyltucky Woman at the Top of Santa’s Naughty
Plus Fox News floats the idea that Al Qaeda wants to poison airline and hotel food, and USA Today picks the healthiest airline snacks, all in our morning news roundup.
This Is How You’ll Eat in 2020
Get ready for robot servers and flying food trucks.
Scammers Try to Con Restaurants; A Sulking Gordon Ramsay Retreats to The States
Fake health inspectors try to get at private information, while Gordo leaves England following the firing of his father-in-law.
Harvard Frowns on Four Loko; Ipad Wine List Trend Captures Robuchon
Plus: restaurants scammed by phony government calls and Gordo licks his wounds stateside, all in our morning news roundup.
Food-Cart Operators Asleep at the Meal; Joël Robuchon Jumps on the iPad
Plus: a health-department scam, and sad, lonely Gordon Ramsay, all in our morning news roundup.
French Laundry Wine List Goes Paperless… With iPads
Thomas Keller’s always been forward-thinking, but c’mon now.
‘Gourmet Live’ Is Live, and Full of Easter Eggs
The erstwhile magazine’s legacy lives on through an (only slightly zombie-esque) iPad app.
Suspect Charged in Taco Truck Killing; TLC’s
The First Lady Urges Healthier Choices at Restaurants; Gaga’s Raw Meat Dress
Michelle Obama addresses the National Restaurant Association and the avant garde pop performer offends some vegans and vegetarians.
L&I Denies Targeting Italian Market Vendors; PA’s Indoor Smoking Ban Has Had a
Plus PA farmers are eligible for emergency drought relief, and Michelle Obama urges restaurateurs to provide more healthy items on kids’ menus, all in our morning news roundup.
4Food Introduces the Viral Restaurant
A tour of the most socially networked fast-food joint of all time.
iPads Are the Order of the Day
They’re popping up in dining rooms more and more.
Will Menus Be Replaced by MenuPads?
Plus, order White Castles electronically.
iPads Replace Guest List Clipboards; How Wall Street Starved Millions
Check Out the iPad-Powered Wine List at Barbacco
There’s now an app for your restaurant’s wine list.
Quote of the Day
The Cookbook Shall Not Die
A New Food Truck Starts Up; Order from Your iPad
Plus: Gordan Ramsey doesn’t finish the race and chefs get a head start with hotel restaurants.
Escaping the Lunch Rut; the Lure of Hotel Restaurants
Plus: Gordon Ramsey runs the London Marathon, and Employees Only makes a deal with FreshDirect, all in our morning news roundup.
Plainclothes Police Make Arrest at Prezza; Vietnamese/Cajun Fusion on the Rise
Plus: iPads come to eateries, and New Orleans’ restaurant scene grows, all in our morning news roundup.
McCafe Frappe Arrives in Philly; Vietnamese/Cajun Cuisine on the Rise
Plus: iPads hit eateries, and New Orleans’ restaurant scene grows, all in our morning news roundup.
Will Cookbooks Die at the Hand of the iPad?
iTunes-style single-recipe downloads and the possibility of recipe-specific video could mean a new frontier in home cooking. Or could it?