To Truly Go Green, Eat Bugs; Should GM Fish Be Labeled?
Phil Ross, a San Francisco-based chef and artist, hosted an insect-based meal at Brooklyn Kitchen this past weekend, as a means to promote a tasty, sustainable diet of animals you can raise yourself at home.
Less than a month after Eataly was unleashed on New Yorkers, a round-up of the city's best food shops also includes Zabar's, Murray's Cheese Shop, and Despaña.
Scott Sartiano and Richie Akiva of Butter and 1OAK prepare to open the Darby, which they say will be a supper club with serious food by Alexandra Guarnaschelli.
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad brought a personal chef to prepare his meals, which are reportedly stinking up the Hilton, while he's at the U.N. General Assembly.
Should genetically modified fish be labeled as such? As "frankenfish" nears approval, discussion turns to food-labeling regulations, which, for now, are not different for GM foods.
[Wall Street Journal]
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