Papaya King Goes Hollywood; Gluten-Free Baked Goods Improve
Papaya King has migrated to the West Coast. The 80-year-old hot-dog chain has opened its first location in Hollywood, selling hot dogs imported from the Bronx.
Daniel Boulud talks about becoming a brand and reinventing himself. "Now we are in the sandwich business," he says of Épicerie Boulud.
[Wall Street Journal]
With about 6 percent of the population not able to digest gluten, demand for tastier gluten-free baked goods has pushed bakeries to up their game.
A new exhibition called "What's Cooking, Uncle Sam?" opening later this month at the National Archives in D.C. will feature old food labels, film footage, and print food ads.
Burger King will start peddling new items to help boost slumping sales, including fruit smoothies, berry parfaits, and an Asian chicken salad.
[Nation's Restaurant News]
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