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Steakhouse Calls Pregnant Mom’s Uncovered Belly a Health-Code Violation
She wore a crop top that exposed her eight-months-pregnant stomach.
plenty of fish in the sea
Fish Farm Says ‘Thousands’ of Invasive Salmon Escaped Into the Pacific Ocean
Wildlife officials say, “We’d like to see as many of these escaped fish caught as possible.”
Court Says Canada’s ‘Pirate’ Trader Joe’s Might Violate U.S. Laws
Bad news for the perennial thorn in the U.S. grocer’s side.
Another Restaurant Owner Under Fire for Telling Police They Can’t Eat There
He claims there was a language barrier and has apologized.
Plant-Based Protein Companies Now Have Their Own Trade Group
Tofurky’s going to Washington.
Seattle Area Restaurant Jobs Increase
According to statistics from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Crab Season Delayed Along Entire West Coast Because of Deadly Toxin
Health officials still have no end date.
Black Man Says Restaurant Forced Him to ‘Prepay’ for Breakfast
“The waitress apologized, acknowledging that the policy was racist.”
Weed-Infused K-Cups Take Washington by Storm
Wake, push a button, and bake.
Washington State Will Inspect All Marijuana-Edibles Packaging to Weed Out
New rules also require labels to list the amount of marijuana per serving.
The Other Critics
Critic Takes Down Euro Import La Tagliatella in Brutal
Apparently, there’s “extra virgin olive oil in all recipes!”
Club Junkets Curtailed for
Cast; Narcotics-Stuffed Melon
MTV seeks to limit its stars’ appearances and Washington jail officials find forbidden fruit.
Iron Chef America
Admits White House Fabrications; Aussie KFC Ad Enrages
Ingredients did not come from the Presidential garden, the Food Network discloses.
So This Is What It’s Come To: A
-themed restaurant will open in Washington. Of course.