Citing health, environment, Chicago alderman proposes citywide ban on foam food containers in restaurants, school cafeterias
By Monica Eng
Chicago Tribune 2010-02-17
Aramark-run Capitol Café, where Pennsylvania's political elite eat, struggles with continuing unsanitary conditions
By Suzette Parmley and Amy Worden
The Philadelphia Inquirer 2010-01-28
San Jose Mercury News 2010-01-25
In Asia's upscale restaurants, smaller is better because the simplicity allows focus on the craft, chefs say when aiming for a ratio of close to 1:1, customers to employees
By Amy Ma
The Wall Street Journal. (may require subscription) 2011-01-06
New Jersey's restaurant association is against proposed changes to 1947 BYO/liquor license law that limits licenses to one per 3,000 residents - except for grandfathered eateries
By Lisa Fleisher
The Wall Street Journal. (may require subscription) 2011-01-05
Opinion: Zagat's ratings for fast food, chain eateries created by those who reported making about 11 visits a month; Wendy's, Panera, In-N-Out, Starbucks take top marks
By Greg Pollowitz
National Review Online 2010-08-17
"Congress is fighting to keep pizza and French fries on the school menus when we have an obesity problem nationally."
Legendary food of central Hue region becomes popular among Vietnamese food aficionados in LA neighborhood of Westminster
By Linda Burum
Los Angeles Times 2011-10-27
Chicago restaurants Alinea, L2O receive ultimate three-star rating in new Michelin Guide; two-star recipients are Avenues, Charlie Trotter's and RIA; 18 restaurants received one star
By Phil Vettel
Chicago Tribune 2010-11-16
Best chef? The way people respond to Ferran Adrià's El Bulli - a miracle, a shrine, sheer heaven, pure hell - says as much about them as it does about the restaurant
By Colman Andrews
Los Angles Times 2010-06-24
Food fans create online maps of great taco trucks, Chinese restaurants, and pizza spots, persuading others to submit their treasured information. Mapping introduces people to small businesses that they might not otherwise find and helps them see the good in their own community, one mapper says. For taco trucks, click 'See also.'
By Cyrus Farivar
National Public Radio 2008-04-28
As demographics change and number of immigrants increases, parks service employees get crash course on food traditions of ethnic holidays - and look to educate foreign-born guests that permits are often required, litter pickup is encouraged and alcohol verboten.
By Annie Gowen
Washington Post 2007-06-30
Ralph Stayer, Johnsonville Sausage Company founder, who popularized bratwurst.
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For some immigrants, McDonald's is path to steady work, wages that can help children, families back home
By Bill Donahue
The Washington Post 2011-09-01
California county food stamps program allows homeless, disabled and elderly participants to buy fast food
By Vanessa Romo
With its McArabia Tagine, a cumin- and coriander-spiced flatbread creation, McDonald's adds to its list of locally inspired foods. Other eateries' offerings: Domino's pizzas topped with squid in Taiwan, black beans in Guatemala and feta cheese in Greece. In China, Kentucky Fried Chicken sells rice congee, while Col. Sanders in India woos vegetarians with Chana Snacker, a chickpea burger topped with Thousand Island sauce. In survey of 4,500 meat recipes from 36 countries, scientists learn that cultures in hotter climates favor recipes with higher concentrations of anti-microbial spices like garlic, cumin and pepper.
By Erik German