"I guess I'm flattered," he says.
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It's partly because we insist on our produce looking pretty.
It vibrates to tell you you're eating too fast, or too much.
That's enough nigiri to feed a small town.
Wouldn't you know it, CA foie fans are paying top dollar for the stuff across the border.
Shark fins can still be sold until July 1, 2013.
It's become an annual tradition now, but it's over after eleven days.
It's the largest wholesale fish market in the world and, some say, the heart and soul of Tokyo.
Mark Bittman travels to California's Central Valley to survey the state of the modern farm.
They're from the Berkeley-based Factory Farming Awareness Coalition.
Restaurants and bakeries don't have to comply until next year.
55-year-old food activist Dana Harvey was "humbled and honored."
A new study says good Yelp reviews help a restaurant's nightly bookings, but this contradicts an earlier study that suggests only a small percentage of people pay attention to online reviews.
A nonprofit group called Oceana has just taken samples from 30 Bay Area restaurants in order to show whether they're serving what they say they're serving.
He's a Stanford student, born in Walnut Creek, and he was partnered with 32-year-old Troy Dumais.
Bauer ponders how Chinese food has changed, in part because of Nixon's trip.
Yelp review excerpts will now be a feature of Bing searches.
It's from Italy, and it cooks a pizza from scratch in two and a half minutes.
It's not really for eating.
Bars are installing a new facial-recognition tool, but that's just the beginning of what they could be doing to violate our privacy.