Plus: A yogurt company requests an insect autopsy, a man tries to kill his wife at a Waffle House, and more, in our weekly roundup of weird restaurant news.
Plus: stolen sheep (statues), condiment thieves, and more, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
Plus: thrown peanuts, stolen ambulances, saved lives, and more, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
Inmates stand behind a hunger strike that started on Friday at Pelican Bay over inhumane conditions.
Plus: Chefs resort to making their own soft drinks and condiments to avoid high fructose corn syrup; and one expert argues that high food costs makes farming a cash crop, all in our morning news roundup.
Readers vote for In-N-Out over McDonald's, Chipotle over Taco Bell, and Chick-Fil-A over KFC in a series of fast food upsets.
Plus: a Taco Bell nap, a rat-eating weirdo, and more, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
The rogue strain of bacteria is found to have aggressive genes. Scary!
Everything you ever wanted to know about Taco Bell's drive-through.
Plus: driving drunk at Taco Bell, a grease thief, and an ambulance-chasing waiter, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
Yeah, we thought we were done hearing about it too.
Now that the beef lawsuit has been dropped, the fast-food chain would like an apology, please.
Who cares what's in them. We just want to know when we can get our hands on them.
Plus: baby ducks at Chick-fil-A, a munchies robbery, and Flava Flav's bounced checks, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
And in other not-so-surprising news, underage Miley Cyrus appears to have gotten plastered again.
44 million people have gone into poverty due to rising food costs, says The World Bank.
Plus: Euro parliment "deadlocked" over cloned-animal questions, Taco Bell bounces back, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus: The European Parliament is deadlocked over regulating the use of cloned animals for food; and Taco Bell rebounds after their beef scandal, all in our morning news roundup.
So the way to prove your beef is top-quality is to sell it for an unrealistically low price?