A&P Files for Bankruptcy; 'The Next Great Kosher Chef' Rocks Long Island City
A roundup of nogs and glöggs includes Baltimore Eggnog at Millesime and spicy Indonesian-accented glögg at Aquavit.
The troubled supermarket chain A&P has filed for Chapter 11. The company has struggled since buying Pathmark in 2007 for $679 million. [NY Times]
Walmart, which is quickly becoming the go-to affordable source of fresh food in food deserts around the country, is trying once again to enter New York City.
An all-kosher cooking competition called "The Next Great Kosher Chef" took place in Long Island City this past weekend, sponsored by the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts.
In Chicago, where food can't be altered once it's on a truck and food trucks can't park within 200 feet of a restaurant, mobile cooks sell their goods in back alleys, like drugs.
[Wall Street Journal]
Metromix has named George Mendes of Aldea its Chef of the Year 2010.
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