People No Longer Grossed Out by British Food; McDonald's to Pay Out $17,500 to Fattened Employee
Peter Meehan on why he's really into Chinatown these days: Sichuan hot pot in a bag, tofu, and barbecued parts.
Royal Caribbean cruise line's newest ship, the 5,400-passenger Allure of the Seas, will house the first Starbucks outlet at sea.
A recent survey reveals that the reputation of British food among foreigners is improving, nearly everywhere except in France.
A rash of cases involving kids being hospitalized after drinking beverages that combine alcohol and caffeine has highlighted the dangers of such drinks.
Carol Smith has stepped down as the publishing director of Condé Nast's food group. Paul Jowdy has returned as publisher of Bon Appétit and the Gourmet brand.
McDonald's will pay $17,500 to an ex-employee who gained 65 pounds while working at the restaurant chain for 12 years.
[NY Daily News]
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