Ice Cream Treats to Scream For; a New 'Quebeco-American' Diner
Maybe it's a good thing that so many airlines have abandoned complimentary meals on planes: As it turns out, a lot of airplane food is prepared in unsanitary and unsafe conditions that could lead to illness.
Geoffrey McDonald, an heir to the fast-food chain that is his namesake, was beaten and robbed of more than $376,000 in money and jewelry from his home in Provence.
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Some of Midtown's most exclusive restaurants, like Monkey Bar and Le Caprice, are now taking reservations. The latter has even joined Restaurant Week.
Some of the coolest ice cream creations in town include ABC Kitchen's creamsicle freeze milkshake, ice cream cake in a cup at Quality Meats, and Daniel Boulud's Baked Alaska.
General Mills is being sued by a New York woman for misleading nutritional and health claims about its Fruit Roll-Ups and other fruit snacks popular with children.
A new study reveals that just over half the foods specifically targeted at babies and toddlers are far too sweet.
At this year's Fancy Food Show, "fancy" and "healthy" were practically interchangeable, as many items were organic, vegan, whole grain, fair trade, antioxidant, and gluten-free.
Chef Hugue Dufour, a transplant from Montreal's pork-and-foie gras temple, Au Pied de Cochon, has opened an eclectic "Quebeco-American Diner" in Long Island City.
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