SunChips Lose the Noisy Green Bag; Brooklyn Makes Out in 2011 Zagat Guide
SunChip lovers who bemoaned the new biodegradable packaging for being too loud can rejoice. Frito-Lay is pulling most of the green packaging in response to the outcry. Only SunChips' original flavor will keep the compostable bags, while other flavors go back to conventional packaging.
[Wall Street Journal]
Forget burgers. Tacos are the comfort food of the moment. Even at this year's NYC Wine & Food Fest, where Bobby Flay's Tacos & Tequila bash is the sold-out marquee event.
Steve Cuozzo rejoices over the return of true upscale dining with restaurants like Lincoln, the Lambs Club, and Osteria Morini, and hopes they can prove themselves.
According to a new study, black boys are shown to have the highest rates of food allergies in the United States.
Brooklyn is the star of the 2011 New York City Zagat Survey, out today, with 11 restaurants in the Borough of Kings earning top scores.
[NY Daily News]
Meanwhile Le Bernardin scored an unconditional 29 for food, the first restaurant to do so since the original Bouley in 1996.
A roundup of the best Cajun-style cheap grub in Williamsburg includes Jen-N-Outlaws Fish Fry Truck and Crawfish Boil, Goods, and Honeychiles'.
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