Culinary Graduates Suing Schools; FDA Revising Nutrition Label

• Culinary-school graduates are once again kvetching that their programs aren’t worth the money — only this time they’re suing. [AP via HuffPo]

• New evidence shows that African ancestry corresponds with a higher risk of peanut allergies. [Cypress Times]

• The FDA is making plans to revise nutrition labels so that serving sizes are more accurate and calories are emphasized most of all. So in about ten years we’ll have a new label? [AP via HuffPo]

• Now that Fashion Week has teetered over to Lincoln Center, here are the chic-acceptable places to dine for every occasion. [NYP]

• “Restaurants” like Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut are lobbying to be allowed to accept food stamps. We don’t even know where to start about what a terrible idea this is. [USAT]

• Beekeeping is Über-trendy, sure, but it’s also good that people are taking it up, considering feral bees have pretty much died out, and the little buzzers’ pollination efforts are necessary to our survival. [USAT]

• The upstate feral hog problem persists; only now it seems like the loose beasts are the result of popular boar hunts, where a certain number of animals tend to escape each time. [NYDN]

Culinary Graduates Suing Schools; FDA Revising Nutrition Label