Kurt Cobain's gone, but the Happy Meal still lives on.
The new model appears to be hiring a catering truck and adding product placements to the names of normal food items.
Even more of the mobile caterers are gearing up to hit the streets.
The sandwich shop flirts with a little payola.
Kobe the Lobster is safe and sound at Banzai Burger.
The truth comes out after Joey Vento's passing.
Paul Kramer thinks you're pretty on the inside, really.
Ports Coffee & Tea in Chelsea comes through!
The band, which sells a Kiss coffin and has a golf course planned, naturally needs its own Las Vegas cafe, too.
L.A.'s respected Mexican food expert skewers the hair gel out of the Top Chef villain.
After an internal memo urging employees not to promote Ramadan, the chain is backpedaling.
Plus: London's Indian restaurant Tamarind wants to do for Indian food what P.F. Chang's did for Chinese; and Kenya considers camel milk as a solution for food shortages, all in our morning news roundup.
The Counter will give you free fries, as long as Congress "figures this thing" out by August 2nd.
KFC is hoping to reintroduce their famous founder to future generations, if they could only remember who he was exactly.
Plus: Mexican papayas cause a small food-poisoning outbreak in Illinois; and American officials are pushing to broaden the types of E. coli that's subject to regulation, all in our morning news roundup.
People just aren't buying thousand-dollar omelettes like they used to.
Plus: Fallout from Japan's nuclear meltdown still threatens the country's food supply; and Red Lobster's new ad campaign features 'real' people, all in our morning news roundup.