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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Federal regulators who shut down a Central California slaughterhouse after receiving an animal welfare video were investigating Tuesday whether beef from sick cows reached the human food supply.
One In Five Americans Can't Afford Food: Report
Quinoa Gets Its Own Movie
Food Informants: A Week In The Life Of Rudy Marchesi, Biodynamic Wine Maker
Restaurant Goes Above And Beyond For Diner's Unusual Request
Feds Pressured To Name Melon Farm Tied To Deadly Outbreak
Travel + Leisure: Finding The Best Italian Restaurants In America
"There are two kinds of people in the world," chef Mario Batali said recently at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, CO, "those who are Italian, and those who wish they were Italian."
Anna Brones: Geoduck Ice Cream: Artisan Dessert Gone Wrong?
If you're wondering what geoduck sorbet tastes like, it's simple: a delightful, zesty dose of sweet lemon, lime flavor, followed by a really weird infusion of chewy geoduck, which really just tastes like a bad clam.
Food Republic: Heineken Cube: Would You Drink Beer From A Square Bottle?
While wine almost inevitably ends up in a glass before reaching your lips, how would you feel about drinking your beer from a bottle that more closely resembles a single-serving milk carton in its shape and size?
Harvey Stein: Fields of Heaven: A Joint Israeli-Palestinian Farm May Take Root in West Bank
While many Jews and Muslims here believe their religions have exclusively bequeathed them the land, these guys assert a higher wisdom, "The land doesn't belong to us, we belong to the land."
Jesse Kornbluth: He's Been to 155 3-Star Restaurants in France. 'A Great Ride,' He Says.
The Macdonalds have had decades of the kind of experiences that are unrealized dreams for most foodies. For those dreamers, as for me, this is armchair dining, and at the highest level.

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