Andrew Cuomo's Mom Disses Sandra Lee's Lasagna; Shaved Ice Rules
Matilda Cuomo, mother of gubernatorial candidate Andrew, who is dating Food Network star Sandra Lee, says there's no way her Italian-America son actually enjoys Lee's lasagna, which is made with cottage cheese and tomato soup.
[NY Daily News]
A survey of passenger satisfaction with domestic airlines revealed improvements overall, although food is still terrible, especially at Delta/Northwest, which has the worst meals.
Pulino's, the Meatball Shop, and Koryodang are among the restaurants serving shaved ice drinks with fresh fruits and artisanal ingredients instead of neon, sugary syrups.
Red Mango is rolling out a line of smoothies in an effort to set itself apart from competitors like Pinkberry, while simultaneously competing with chains like Jamba Juice.
[Nation's Restaurant News]
A new study reveals that people who eat a lot of sweets have a higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer than those who avoid sugar.
In another study, researchers found that eating two or more servings of brown rice a week can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Following in the footsteps of McDonald's, Starbucks has announced that, as of July 1, it will offer free Wi-Fi in all stores, eliminating the $3.99 fee for two hours of access.
[Wall Street Journal]
Americans have grown to love hummus, but only since it began being produced in a range of nontraditional flavors, like guacamole, jalapeño, and peanut butter.
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