Sam Sifton Offers Diet Tips; Thomas Keller Talks Shop
Sam Sifton reveals how he manages to stay healthy while eating five meals a day: "I walk everywhere... I take the stairs when I can. And on days off, I make salads and pretend they're good for me."
Thomas Keller talks about how French Laundry differs from Per Se. Apparently not much, except for the lack of a garden in New York where Central Park stands.
[Wall Street Journal]
Restaurants are starting to see signs of recovery after a terrible 2009, with sales rising and thousands of new hires nationwide.
A couple of chefs tried to meet the challenge of feeding a family on $68.88 for the week. Bill Telepan of Telepan came up nearly $20 over budget.
The Mushroom Man is a real guy who can be found in the Secret Garden in Bushwick, where he cultivates eight different varieties of mushrooms.
Federal regulators are set to release new antitrust rules for the meat industry, which could give more power to farmers who sell their livestock to meat companies.
A new study shows that eating more fish, fruit, and nuts, can lead to a reduced risk of contracting Alzheimer's. So, yes, fish can be considered brain food.
The government may be robbing you blind today, but fast-food chains want to give you a break. Cinnabon, McDonald's, Papa John's, and Starbucks all have tax day specials.
[NY Daily News]
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