Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Truck Hits the Road; Human Breast Milk Cheese Installation Polarizes New Yorkers

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At the 2011 Grilled Cheese Invitational in L.A., the Cheesy Nerdz won several trophies for their Whole Enchilada sandwich, while a husband-and-wife team took top honors for a grilled-cheese dessert made with Peeps.
[Wall Street Journal]

Donatella Arpaia missed the royal wedding because she was busy getting married herself to cardiac surgeon Allan Stewart in the Plaza Grand Ballroom.
[NY Post]

Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution food truck is up and running, offering classes to teens on how to prepare healthy dishes.
[LA Times]

Tilapia may be more popular than ever, with some 475 million pounds consumed in the U.S. last year, but farming it irresponsibly can harm the environment.
[NY Times]

Grape tomatoes distributed in several states including New York and New Jersey have been recalled due to potential salmonella contamination.
[Food Poison Journal]

The Lady Cheese Shop art installation conceived by an NYU grad and featuring human-breast-milk cheese is apparently thrilling some, while disgusting others.
[FOX News]

The latest study on sugar intake's effects on our health found that as sugar consumption has increased over the last 30 years, so has our girth.
[FOX News]

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