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Frenchette’s Brouillade With Escargots Is a Seriously Luxurious Plate of Eggs
Each order requires nearly 15 minutes of vigorous, nonstop stirring, creating a curd so soft and silky it resembles polenta.
Invasive Slimy Worm Threatens World’s Escargot Supply
Slime flies, and they’re not having fun.
Pig in a Poke
20 Examples of Counterfeit Meats That Are Way Grosser Than Horse
I’ve lost my appetite, but thank you anyhow.
First Fukushima Fish Sold Since Japanese Nuclear Meltdown
Radiation levels were so low in the octopus and snails that they were barely detectable.
All This Fuss About Escargot Is Really Just a Brilliant Marketing Scheme
Still there’s nothing wrong with snails, nor the celebration of them.
Snails Gaining Ground in U.S. Restaurants; Mac & Cheeza Mulls Move
The shelled delicacies are finding their way into Italian and Spanish dishes, too.
Police Seek Two In Connection to the Rangers Fan Beat-Down at Geno’s;
Plus: food and beverage jobs may account for more than a quarter of recent employment growth; and Chick-Fil-A tries to convince us that chicken nuggets are in some way healthy, all in our morning news roundup.
Parlee Farms Still Going Strong; Chick-Fil-A Experiments With Nuggets
Plus snails and more, all in our morning news round-up.