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Villaraigosa Hands Out Turkeys; Locavores Learn To Hunt
The city hold its 11th annual Thanksgiving dinner, while locavores learn to catch their own food.
Restaurant-Hosted Cooking Classes; Asian Carp Keep on Coming
Plus: concern over food stamp administration, and Vietnam’s puffer fish program reemerges, all in our morning news roundup.
Do Calorie Postings Really Keep Us From Eating Donut Bacon Burgers?
Marion Nestle doesn’t think so.
Double-Value Food Stamps; The World’s Largest Pie Fight
Plus: MObama at the farmers market; Weight Watchers files suit.
International Beer Creation; Cupcakes Reach Critical Mass
Plus: Norway’s cuisine revolution; why overweight children snack in groups
Brookline Businesses Want Cut of Tax; Mercury Is Everywhere
Plus: high-fiber foods make a comeback, and farmers turn from cigarettes to booze, all in our morning news roundup.
Pork Used As Collateral; Prevalent Freshwater Mercury
Plus: Taco Bell’s new breakfast menu; how to run Oak Street Beachstro
New Carnivorous Plant Discovered; Julia Child Book Sales Soar
A rat-catching plant is found in the Philippines, while Julia Child hits number one again.
Chargers Cornerback Fined for Food Twitters; $90 Pizza at Cowboys Stadium
Charger’s star gets a fine for his Twitters on training camp food and The Cowboys charge $90 for a pizza.
No Chilean Salmon Until 2011; Scores Solicits Heidi Montag
Plus: Jack the Horse gets protested, and Stella D’oro to shutter, all in our morning news roundup.
Food-Stamp Usage on the Rise; a Website for Bacon Lovers
Frank Bruni gets frustrated by Kurve, and candy-inspired cocktails for Halloween, from our glance at the morning headlines.
Patsy’s Sues Patsy’s; Bones Found Beneath Tribeca Eatery
Two Italian restaurants sue each other over Frank Sinatra, Tokyo Bar finds something scary in the basement, and the economic forecast for food prices does not look good.