Food Network Launches an App; New Bacon Soda Is Gross
Domino's Pizza in Japan has announced it will hire someone for a mysterious one-hour job in December that will pay 2.5 million yen ($31,000).
Meanwhile, Domino's in Europe is opening its first store in Germany, in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin, this Saturday.
Food Network has launched the In The Kitchen iPhone app, which includes recipes from Paula Deen, Bobby Flay, and Guy Fieri.
President Obama made a joke at a press conference about holding a "Slurpee Summit" with Republicans, and now the slushy brand is trying to actually make it happen.
The Institute of Medicine's recommendations for altering the Child and Adult Care Food Program include limiting fatty, sugary foods and not giving kids younger than one fruit juice.
A kerfuffle between two food bloggers and a chef in England has raised the question: When diners blog, do they give up their right to be treated as customers?
A new bacon-flavored soda is vegetarian and kosher, although a recent tasting reveals it tastes disgusting.
[NY Daily News]
Chipotle, McDonald's, and Starbucks are among the first 20-odd businesses to sign up for Facebook Deals, a service that lets marketers reward users who "check in."
[Nation's Restaurant News]
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