28% of U.S. Can’t Cook; Fat Guy Sues White Castle

• Well, here’s a probable contributor to our national obesity problem: A survey shows 28 percent of Americans can’t cook. [HuffPo]

• An overweight White Castle fanatic is suing the chain for “discrimination against fat people” after the company denied his request to make booths larger. [NYP]

• From ceviches to anticuchos, Peruvian food may be the next big culinary trend. [WSJ]

• Due to the fame of Roscoe’s, Los Angeles is somehow getting credit for putting chicken and waffles on the same plate. [Fort Wayne Journal Gazette]

• It’s been a rough ride for sharks, whose fins are so prized, but things are looking up for the predators after a flurry of recent legislation and activism. [NYT]

• Following a recent recall of 36 million pounds of ground turkey, Minnesota-based Cargill is pulling 186,000 more pounds from store shelves from fears of salmonella. [LAT]

• Chef Gary Danko is cooking in Baja next month, at the Esperanza Resort in Cabo San Lucas. [LAT]

28% of U.S. Can’t Cook; Fat Guy Sues White Castle