A new study on fluctuating sodium levels finally gives us something to brag about to our northern neighbors.
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Higher minimum wage in San Francisco could mean fewer restaurant jobs, Wendy's is big in Japan, and more in our daily news feed.
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A conservative website brings out its "experts" to debunk the thinking that first went into the decision.
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Plus: Jamie Oliver despises his wife, pizza wars, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
"Westwood and Venice have community design guidelines for new construction and renovations; South Los Angeles deserves the same," says council member Jan Perry.
The Mexican food giant buys a big baker from the U.S., while a Kansas nutrition professor claims the Hostess snack helped him lose 27 pounds.
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.
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.
A ban on chain restaurants is reversed, except on "fast food alley."
A fast food exec says new food laws are "un-American," while technology helps sniff out potential non-edibles.
Restaurants both new and old get burgled in L.A. while a former British P.M. has a kitchen blaze.
MTV seeks to limit its stars' appearances and Washington jail officials find forbidden fruit.
Freddie Mae Fort uses recipes from over 300 years of family tradition.
The singer is releasing a rose and television's most fiery chef plans to go viral.
Del Taco joins social networking with a wacky web series.