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At Least Thanksgiving Dinner Will Be Cheaper This Year The prices of turkey and other holiday staples have dropped, which means more money for wine!
Analysts Say Food Prices Have Tumbled to a ‘Completely Unprecedented’ Low A dozen eggs for $1 and buy-one-get-one steaks are signs of “irrational pricing.”
Plummeting Corn, Meat, and Dairy Prices Are Plaguing Farmers Analysts predict the slump could be the country’s worst in over 50 years.
More Booze Is Being Offered in More Places at Atlantic City’s Casinos; Plus: Global food prices are expected to remain high; and in Japan Wendy’s burgers come with foie gras and truffles, all in our morning news roundup.
2011 Wasn’t All Pie and Pig Roasts Not the good, just the bad and the ugly in the year’s food news.
Downey’s: Was It Worth Rescue–ing?; McDonald’s Plus: Paperwork and Minnesota’s government shutdown could make MillerCoors beers illegal; and wheat, corn, meat and dairy prices are expected to continue rising, all in our morning news roundup.
Drinks Over Dearborn’s Customer Fundraiser; Burger King’s Price Hike Plus: Wine fraud in France, and a kitchen that doesn’t need pots or pans, all in our morning news roundup.
Relationship Weight Gain; Matchbooks Outlive The Smoking Ban Plus: cracking down on misleading food labels; Food & Wine starts a wine club.
Piece of Chicken Raises Price of a Piece of Chicken Owner Alberta Wright says, “I’ve not been charging the right prices.”
Food Prices to Rise Through 2009; Grill Exotic Meats at Home Hydrox cookies go on sale today, Wylie Dufresne’s bagel-flavored ice cream, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Red Hook Vendors Return; What the Candidates Like to Eat Plus, lots of news on calories, nude dining events, underage debauchery in Chelsea, and more, in our morning news roundup.