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A Chef Resigned After Telling a Foie Gras Critic He’d Turn Her Into Stock
This Ice-Cream Sandwich Just Will Not Melt
A scoop of another brand of ice cream next to it turned into a puddle.
Cupcake Truck Accused of Anti-Semitism Might Want to Go Back to Tweeting About
Quoting Mussolini doesn’t really help much, either.
Midwesterners Alarmed to Discover Their Ice-Cream Sandwiches Refuse to Melt
“So I looked at the box, and it doesn’t say artificial ice cream. It says ice cream.”
The Feeding Tube
Walmart Keeps Adam Richman Onboard After Instagram Meltdown
“We don’t have anything to share at this time,” the chain says.
The Feeding Tube
Travel Channel Yanks Adam Richman’s New Show From Lineup Following
“Seriously - grab a razor blade & draw a bath. I doubt anyone will miss you,” Richman wrote last month.
Adam Richman Probably Shouldn’t Have Cursed at Instagram Users or
The former ‘Man v. Food’ host didn’t handle the outrage to his accidentally pro-anorexic hashtag.
Charlie Trotter Says He Didn’t Flip Out on Art Students
In a way, anyhow.
Student Group Claims Charlie Trotter Flipped Out on Them, ‘Stole’
Students allege the celebrated chef “stole their art projects” and implored them to get Charlie Trotter tattoos.
Shocker: Mr. Softee Costs More in Midtown
Ice cream is a dish best served cold.
There’s an Ice-Cream Truck in Queens That Only Plays Sondheim
There ought to be clowns.
So Cold: 23 Awful Moments in Ice-Cream-Man History
All we ever really wanted was a Choco Taco.
Marco Pierre’s Wife Owns Up to ‘Blood Graffiti’
There are better ways to send a message.
César Ramirez Calls Food Blogger’s Accusations
The chef says he didn’t get upset when a writer violated the restaurant’s no note-taking policy.
Marc Forgione After Tossing
Writer: ‘A Lot of Chefs Would
Marc Forgione responds to a diner who complained about his kitchen manner, got kicked out of his restaurant, and wrote about it in the ‘Times.’
The Butternut Market Coming to Bed-Stuy; Spitzer’s Corner Serving Lunch
Plus: Hill Country hosts a beer and BBQ event, and Pó will henceforth be known as Bino, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.