Rich People Love Fast-Food; It's Been a Good Year for Maine Lobster
A U.S. Appeals Court upheld a lower-court ruling allowing Starbucks to end its distribution agreement with Kraft.
Rich people are eating out more at fast-food restaurants. It turns out some people with six-figure salaries would rather spend their money on Jimmy Choos than dinner. [CNN]
Pittsburgh is trading in hearty Old World fare like pierogi, cabbage rolls, and kielbasa for fresh, local, and seasonal foods.
New Mexico's troubled chile market has led to a new bill to make it illegal to sell or advertise any product as New Mexico chile unless its peppers are grown in the state.
Increased supply and demand meant a great year for Maine lobster, with chains like Ruby Tuesday and Panera adding the crustacean to the menu.
Dallas, Pasadena, and Alpharetta, Georgia, are among cities where great taco joints have sprouted in gas stations.
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Tom Hobby, the longtime manager at Peter Luger, offers an insider tour of the legendary Williamsburg steakhouse.
Wolfgang Puck, accompanied by his son, served up Oscar-shaped salmon and chocolates at the Academy Awards last night.
The U.S. Army only last year rolled out a new food program to better feed troops. The "Soldier Athlete" plan bans soda, refined grains, and fried foods in mess halls.
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