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Thursday, 30 August 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012
Two U.S. health and environment organizations sued the federal government on Wednesday for what the groups say is a failure to implement and enforce a new food safety law that could help prevent thousands of deaths caused by food-borne illnesses each year.
Chef Accused Of Sexual Harassment By 22 Female Employees
Andrew Zimmern Fights Back After Tim Pawlenty RNC Joke
The Best Beer Ad Of 2012?
The Bloody Mary Ever Has Bacon, Tater Tots And A Beef Straw
Applebee's Has A Club?
Tamar Haspel: Don't Romanticize Small Farmers -- Some Are Jerks
The destruction of topsoil, the reliance on monocrops, and the web of subsidies for corn and soy are indefensible. Painting big farmers as bad guys and small farmers as good guys doesn't help.
Food Republic: Booze Or TV: Which Is Worse For Your Brain?
It seems a recent article in Scientific American Mind suggests that hitting the sauce does not kill brain cells, but can damage them -- particularly in the cerebellum.
Cary Kelly: What's in a Name: How to Buy Quality Olive Oil
Extra virgin, cold-pressed, first-pressed, stone-pressed, unfiltered, low acidity... The lexicon associated with olive oil is confusing. I'll break down the vocabulary for you so you can focus on the pure, wonderful taste.
Richard Jennings: Petite Sirah: Stealth Grape Approaching Its Moment?
Petite Sirah as a small, passionate following; goes well with food; is one of the few big reds that works with cheese; has a point of view and is not overexposed. It's like a "St. Bernard that wants to sit in your lap." It's that big and friendly.
Jay Weston: Lemons Are My Passion, and Our Trees Are in Peril!
When I first moved to California, I marveled at the fact that I had a lemon tree in my backyard. As a sometime chef, I consider lemons the prime secret ingredient making most dishes sing-and-zing with flavor.

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