$12 Coffee at Café Grumpy; No Kids Allowed at the Empire Room
The Country Cooking of Ireland by Colman Andrews, a co-founder of Saveur, won the James Beard award for Cookbook of the Year, while Real Cajun by Donald Link took top honors in the U.S. category.
The anti-corn syrup movement started in the natural and organic food world, but has now spread to the mainstream. Sales of the ingredient have fallen and will continue to do so.
Café Grumpy serves a $12 cup of coffee made from handpicked beans grown in Ethiopia at its locations in Park Slope, Greenpoint, and Chelsea.
At the new Empire Room cocktail lounge, says Hospitality Holdings owner Mark Grossich, the dress code prohibits fanny packs, baseball caps, and children.
Au Bon Pain is testing miniature baked goods, including small muffins and croissants, which resulted from a request from doctors at the Cleveland Clinic Heart Hospital.
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Indian doctors are studying an 83-year-old yogi, who says went without food and water for 70 years, with round-the-clock observation.
An oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico has led to a ban on fishing, which threatens the livelihood of farmers from Louisiana to Florida.
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